BeetleSat, a global provider of telecommunications and satellite technology, is gearing up to unveil its new phases of development at the World Satellite Business Week, which will take place September 12-16 in Paris, France. In the last year, BeetleSat has become a key player in the development of next-generation satellite technology, and they will be expected to make headlines in Paris with the introduction of their new LEO broadband constellation BeetleSat, which uses cutting-edge expandable antennas in the intersatellite link.
“We have been working tirelessly to put together a suite of products and services that will revolutionize the satellite industry,” said BeetleSat CEO, Dr. Raz Itzhaki. “We are thrilled to introduce our new team members and share our vision for the future of satellite technology at this year’s WSBW.”
BeetleSat is the result of the partnership between ARQUIMEA, a cross-sectoral tech corporation specializing in space-grade parts and systems, and NSLComm, a space tech startup known for the development of cutting-edge expandable antennas that are disrupting the satellite communications industry. Together they are developing the world’s first low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellation with expandable antennas, providing high-throughput, low-latency secure communications with almost global coverage.
Among the company’s primary objectives is the development of a high-performance LEO Ka-band satellite constellation. This infrastructure is designed to provide high-quality global Ka-band connectivity for commercial and government applications, such as cellular backhaul, point-to-point secure communications, mobility, and other premium services.
“We are creating a new path for the satellite industry,” said Itzhaki. “Our innovative antenna technology and business model have been developed by the brightest minds in the industry, and I’m convinced that we will be able to offer unmatched performance and value to our partners.”
Notably, BeetleSat networks will be supported by a new type of large-aperture, expandable satellite antenna developed by NSLComm. The groundbreaking Ka-band deployable antennas offer more than 10 times the bandwidth of traditional antennas at a lower cost, thus creating improved, low-latency telecom networks that are more secure, ubiquitous, and cost-effective than anything currently on the market.
The company will be showcasing their technical capabilities and business plans with a number of presentations and demonstrations throughout the week. Board members will also be discussing investment opportunities and collaborations with top space corporations. Moreover, the company is expected to introduce Patricio Northland and Moshe Golani, who recently joined BeetleSat as Executive President and Chief Operating Officer, respectively.
“The future of the industry is bright and promising, so I’m really happy to join a team that is at the forefront of it,” said Northland. “We are just entering the next era of satellite technology, and BeetleSat is already leading the charge.”
During the WSBW conference, BeetleSat representatives will be on hand to discuss the company’s plans in greater detail with investors, industry professionals, and the media. The team will also be unveiling a new website that provides more information about its new LEO broadband constellation and the services it will provide.