We have launched PILOT-1®, our first satellite that enables the connection of IoT devices; this activity is called a "satellite gateway". We want to launch 100 more satellites within the next three years in a way that will collect data from IoT devices around the world.

Why do we offer such a service? Because a satellite gateway can connect IoT devices even in the absence of the Internet by reaching them within its 1300 km radius versus 8 km (in the city) and 15 km (in the countryside) of any terrestrial gateway, because from space, no physical barriers are encountered. In addition, satellite technologies are a viable solution in the field of environmental, economic and social sustainability.

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The satellite gateway service involves PILOT® collecting data from the devices and showing it to the user through our PONGO® software, a tool from which remote control (sending commands) of the devices connected to it can be carried out: the satellite sends data to the software, the software requests data from the satellite exchanging it bidirectionally with the devices around the globe. Specifically, IoT devices communicate with Pilot through the Andromeda nodes, while the satellite receives and groups data from these devices through its KOUBE payload, present on the global Satsearch marketplace. Next, Perseus ground antennas (or Ground Stations) receive the data collected by the satellite and display it to the user via PONGO® after saving it on the Network Server, a digital repository that ensures its secure storage and sorting.

An alternative to the satellite is the terrestrial gateway, which is also capable of obtaining data from devices and storing it on the network server, and then showing it to the user via PONGO®. In this case, an Internet connection is required (unnecessary for the satellite gateway service) and devices can be reached within 8 km (in the city) or 15 km (in the countryside), while with satellite an area of 1300 km can be covered.

Depending on the context, we can offer both satellite gateway solution and terrestrial gateway service.

Today we are concretizing the satellite gateway structure, as well as making future nano satellites.

Pilot-1® is our first nano satellite, built in collaboration with Microchip and Asimof. It was launched on January 13, 2022 from Cape Canaveral base by SpaceX's Falcon 9 carrier rocket and lays the foundation for the future constellation of satellites we want to build.

Why choose our satellite gateway service?

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We provide a complete service managed entirely by us, because the entire infrastructure just described is of our own complete creation. A single point of contact to ensure timely service management

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Digital cybersecurity ensured by LoRaWan protocol, PONGO® and our cybersecurity software; collected data is and always will be protected from any cyber threat

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Both PONGO® and PILOT® are patents owned by Cshark, in addition to owning the Andromeda nodes and the Perseus Antenna Earth infrastructure.


We have the digital skills to follow you on your innovation journey, demonstrated by our projects and consolidated by our network of partners


Low cost of service due to the low energy expenditure of LoRaWan technology and low cost of putting satellites into orbit

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Ongoing support through our Academy; we can help you develop the digital skills you need

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The constellation will allow the satellites to communicate with each other and obtain 24-hour coverage on the reception of the data

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We build unique and ad hoc solutions that realize great performance in the service of the user

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Two-way communication between satellite and terrestrial devices via LoRaWan network protocol and S-band


  • 10 x 5 x 5 cm
  • 600 g
  • Uplink* of communicating Ground Devices in LoRaWan with frequency 868 and 915 (for U.S.)
  • Downlink** / Uplink with Ground Station Perseus in S-Band and UHF via GFSK modulation
  • Downlink to LoRa 433MHz Ground Devices.
  • ISL: protocol we will use for intra-satellite (S-band) communication.
  • Heavenly gateway for receiving data
  • 12 Megapixel camera for earth observation
  • ADCS (satellite control mechanisms) based on Magnetorquer and Reaction Wheels
  • OBC (OnBoard Computer) and EPS based on Microchip technology
  • "Deployable" solar panels for production of up to 12W
  • 5 V and 3.3 V regulated buses
* Uplink = the connection from Earth devices to a satellite.
** Downlink = the connection from a satellite to one or more Earth stations or Andromeda nodes.

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