Satellite boom attracts technology giants

“In the old days, we launched one satellite that had lots of sensors on it. But today, we’ve launched hundreds of satellites that have the same one sensor, and that’s a much cheaper, repeatable way to do it with more consistent data,” says Robin Sampson, head of operations at NanoAvionics UK.

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