With the support of CNES, CLS (Collecte Localisation Satellites) annouces the creation of a new subsidiary: Kineis
With connected watches, cars and now even houses, the time has come for the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution. According to a study published by CISCO, by 2020 there will be more than 30 billion connected objects in the world.
This unprecedented development will transform the world economy. Currently, 90% of the world is either not network-connected, or connected but prohibitively expensive. Furthermore, today’s IoT offer is difficult to use.
Yet the needs exist now:
- How do you find a lost container? Or a container is transporting perishable goods: how do you remotely control its temperature?
- A traditional fishing boat suffers engine failure: how do you send out an SOS call? How do you track it down to offer assistance?
- A hiker in Nepal wants to share his trip with his friends and family in real time: how can he post his route?
Logistics, fishing, agriculture and outdoor recreation are all sectors seeking affordable global connectivity!