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Hiber offers industrial internet of things (IoT) connectivity via licensed spectrum using power modems. It provides complete IoT-based services for continuously tracking and monitoring off-grid assets located anywhere in the world. It was formerly known as Magnitude Space. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Expert Collections containing Hiber
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Hiber is included in 5 Expert Collections, including Agriculture Technology (Agtech).
Agriculture Technology (Agtech)
Companies that are using technology to make farms more efficient.
Grid and Utility
This collection includes companies that are working on software and hardware to improve grids, utilizing new pricing models, and developing microgrids.
Companies focused on the technologies to increase manufacturing productivity, ranging from automation & robotics to AR/VR to factory analytics & AI, plus many more.
Aerospace & Space Tech
Hiber has filed 5 patents.
Seismology, Seismology measurement, Geophysics, Sensors, Drilling technology
Seismology, Seismology measurement, Geophysics, Sensors, Drilling technology
Latest Hiber News
Mar 10, 2020
Hiber (formerly Magnitude Space) is a ‘NewSpace’ startup, founded and led by a dream team of satellite experts and tech entrepreneurs. Recently, the company that launched the world’s first-ever IoT satellite network for remote areas and developing countries, is celebrating a stratospherically successful start to 2020. Appointed three eminent industry leaders! On the other hand, the Dutch company is also excited to announce the appointment of three eminent industry leaders to its advisory board: George Coelho, co-founder of Balderton Capital and advisor to European and Southeast Asian firm Finch Capital; Drew Caplan, a senior telecommunications executive, and Lt. General Lawrence Farrell, a US military veteran and previous President and CEO of the National Defense Industrial Association. Ditt and NDI offer their Amsterdam WTC office to anyone Are you an innovator of office-spaces? Would you dare to create the office space of... Show More Are you an innovator of office-spaces? Would you dare to create the office space of tomorrow? Show Less Hiberband – groundbreaking IoT network! These strategic hires come after a successful 2019 that saw Hiber launch its groundbreaking IoT network Hiberband, already boasting a portfolio of 50 global customers from a diverse range of sectors including agriculture, oil, gas, and logistics. Identified as an innovative startup by the EU last year, in 2020, Hiber is also set to receive part of the European Innovation Council Accelerator’s grant of €278 million and direct equity investment. Dutch National Icon! As well as this, Hiber has been selected as a Dutch National Icon, a prestigious Dutch government-backed initiative, whereby dutch companies with major social and economic potential are selected to receive government support. As part of its National Icon status, Hiber will receive support and expert counsel from the Dutch cabinet member, State Secretary Keijzer, for three consecutive years. George Coelho said: Hiber fills a missing need in the world of IoT. It provides a low-power ubiquitous solution worldwide for industrial players of all kinds to use. No other organisation in this market has targeted this particular area nor has deployed such a valuable solution. I am excited to join this innovative company as an advisor as they continue in their journey to connect all corners of the globe with Hiberband. Drew Caplan said: Hiber offers not only an interesting technology play but, more importantly, a vision of how tech can be used in creative and cost-effective ways to address the most pressing challenges of our time. My experience in building and running large networks — and the teams needed to support them — will be utilised to advise Hiber on how to scale for success. Lt. General Lawrence Farell said: Hiber is uniquely positioned to serve a market that has, as yet, been untapped. Its operational planning and technology are well-advanced and well ahead of potential entrants to this market. My military background has not only provided me with extensive experience and an understanding of space, but also its potential, and I am excited to work with Hiber to continue to harness the power of space. Since launching in 2016, Hiber has grown to over 50 employees . Hiber launched its first two satellites from sites in Sriharikota, India, and California, USA, in November and December 2018, and will be launching its third and fourth satellites in 2020 also in Sriharikota, India. By 2022, Hiber’s constellation will be made up of 48 satellites, powering projects across hundreds of industries and driving communications across the globe. Main image picture credits: Hiber Stay tuned to Silicon Canals for more European technology news. Working on next big innovation in health & nutrition? How do we create a world where we can feed a population of 9 billion, and keep all those... Show More How do we create a world where we can feed a population of 9 billion, and keep all those people healthy? Show Less
Hiber Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Hiber founded?
Hiber was founded in 2016.
Where is Hiber's headquarters?
Hiber's headquarters is located at Moermanskkade 600, Amsterdam.
What is Hiber's latest funding round?
Hiber's latest funding round is Grant - V.
How much did Hiber raise?
Hiber raised a total of $40.79M.
Who are the investors of Hiber?
Investors of Hiber include Eco-Innovation Initiative, Hartenlust Group, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Finch Capital, European Innovation Council and 3 more.
Who are Hiber's competitors?
Competitors of Hiber include Fleet Space Technologies and 4 more.
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