KLEO is a “New Space” global network, data management and application company. Our aim is to drive “digitalization and business transformation from space” within the global Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market. KLEO is targeting the “other 80 billion” and more devices that are estimated to become internet-ready in the next years.

The relevant customer base covers all industry verticals, including: automotive, transportation & logistics, mining & construction, agriculture, mechanical & plant engineering, infrastructure, etc.

KLEO is strategically balancing the use of leading-edge and heritage technologies with a “New Space” philosophy to provide reliable and low-cost solutions and infrastructure.

Joint use case studies with relevant market players and feedback from potential customers are being utilized to shape a next generation, state-of-the art architecture.


New Space.
High Goals.

Global connectivity
Design, build and operate a broadband internet infrastructure using Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites to enable real-time, low-latency, high-security B2B IoT applications --- everywhere, anytime.

Data sovereignty
Our customers remain the owner of their data. Data security is a key paradigm. KLEO will support user data management and analytics to offer customers valuable insights to improve their businesses and process.

Internet of Things
Develop game changing, real-time applications for the IoT market through effective management of data sources across, both space and terrestrial infrastructures. This enables our B2B clients to strengthen their relationships with customers, bringing them closer together than ever before.

New Space
Provide reliable service based on a cost-efficient infrastructure by applying the best New Space principles to the design, manufacturing, launch, and operation of all space-based and ground infrastructure.


Continuous growth and evolution is anticipated for the KLEO infrastructure, rooted in a constellation of 300 LEO near-polar satellites. The initial constellation will reside at approx. 1100 km and the satellites will be distributed evenly across 12 orbit planes with 24 active (and one spare) in each plane.

Each satellite will be equipped with state-of-the-art laser communication terminals, connecting satellites within and across orbital planes with a data rate of up to 10Gbps per link. For communications between the ground and each satellite, advanced Ka-band technologies will be featured.

Latency of the connections will of course vary depending on geographical distance and number of satellites required for a connection. However, typical latencies will be less than 100ms.

Of course, 300 satellites will take time to deploy fully. The infrastructure is being designed to be flexible to support reliable operations with initial small-scale deployment, and ramp up to full capacity. The satellites will continue to evolve as new technology upgrades become available and replace satellites as they age out.

To reach for the stars, you need a solid ground base. Therefore, we plan to set up a company-owned Mission Operation Center (MOC), which will consist of a distributed network of ground antennas, monitoring and controlling both the individual satellites and the constellation, as a whole. Next to preserving the health of the satellites. the key objective of the MOC will be to maintain the correct phasing of the constellation at all times.

Our satellite will also be equipped with distinct Ka-band terminals, featuring application-specific antennas, to enable direct two-way connectivity with IoT receivers. State-of-the-art phased array antenna technology are expected to enable elegant integration into moving devices (i.e. vehicles and ships). Ground-based gateway solutions will support bundling and management of communication with local devices too small for direct communication with the satellite constellation.