Fleet Space Technologies have moved key staff and operational teams into Lot Fourteen.
The move comes off the back of the Internet of Things satellite connectivity developer announcing its international expansion, setting-up its US headquarters in Texas and following an oversubscribed Series B funding round which raised $26.4 million at the end of 2021.
Capitalising on Lot Fourteen’s focus on hi-tech, space and defence, integral software engineering and satellite operations teams have already moved into the innovation district in Adelaide’s CBD.
The teams, headed up by Fleet Space’s Chief Software Engineer and Head of Product, are already looking at growth, adding more dedicated satellite operations roles and keeping an eye out for talented software engineers as they pursue their rapid expansion.
Di Dixon, Lot Fourteen’s State Project Lead says of the move, “we are beyond excited to welcome Fleet Space to the community and know that they will be a valuable addition to the innovation district.”
“The team are already starting to collaborate with other businesses they are co-located with here.”
Flavia Tata Nadini, CEO and co-founder of Fleet Space Technology says, “we are thrilled to finally be part of the ecosystem at Lot Fourteen and we are really excited about the collaboration opportunities that will come as a result of joining this thriving community.”
Fleet Space will join some of the world’s most innovative companies at Lot Fourteen including Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure as well as the Australian Space Agency, Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre and the Australian Institute for Machine Learning.
Lot Fourteen is a world-class innovation district for business and the community with a curated, collaborative research and business ecosystem dedicated to driving productivity and solving complex global challenges.
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