Syrlinks in the press
New Space: industrial launch of the first nanosatellite made in France
Source : Michel Cabirol - La Tribune - Published on 13 December 2018The Angels project teams (CNES and Nexeya) and Argos Néo (Thales Alenia Space, Syrlinks and CNES) have noted "this technical challenge in just 20 months, particularly short term for a space project".
Nautic. Saint-Malo at the hune
Source : Le Télégramme - Ille et Vilaine - Le Télégramme - Published on 07 December 2018Nautical practices, the new Breton solutions with the presence of more than 15 companies including 2 of the Breton territory, Hello Nautic & Syrlinks.
The Nautic at J-5. The Malouins have their showcase in Paris
Source : Gérard Lebailly - Ouest France - Published on 03 December 2018About fifteen Breton companies will come for three minutes each to unveil "new solutions for boating", including the company Hello Nautic (400 referenced ports) and the Syrlinks company for the smallest pocket distress beacon (boater safety).
Digital Tech Conference. "We are exploring new digital trends"
Source : Christian Veyre - Ouest France - Published on 25 November 2018Look at Energiency, Advalo who are in big data and AI, Cailabs, Broadpeak or Syrlinks in telecoms and even Kerlinks in IoT (Internet of Things).
Kinéis: new actor of IoT
Source : La dépêche - La dépêche - Published on 19 November 2018The space industry company entrusted Nexeya with manufacturing the nanosatellite platforms and Syrlinks with the support in the design and construction of the instrument. This constellation will be put into orbit in 2021.
How Syrlinks' innovations in oscillator design provide very high stability at low power
Source : Patrice Brossard & Cyril Boissy - Future Technology Magazine - Published on 16 November 2018Precise timing for aerospace and marine applications: a new low-power approach to high-performance oscillator design.
Spatial. Le toulousain Kinéis se lance avec ambition dans la course des objets connectés
Source : Audrey Sommazi - - Published on 07 October 2018Cet opérateur né à Toulouse en septembre 2018 propose de localiser en continu et sur toute la surface de la terre deux millions d’objets connectés en 2028. Comment ? En lançant en 2021 une constellation de vingt nanosatellites, développée par Thales Alenia Space, Nexeya et Syrlinks.
Space, a new playground for IoT operators
Source : Dominique Fillippone - Le monde informatique - Published on 28 September 2018Called Kinéis, the latter aims to bring IoT connectivity to objects on Earth through a satellite network that is associated with Nexeya specializes in the design and construction of satellites, but also Syrlinks (embedded instrumentation).
Good Morning Business: Kineis project, 20 nanosatellites IoT constellation
Source : Stéphane Soumier - BFM TV - Published on 11 September 2018Interview with Alexandre Tisserand, CEO of Kinéis. Discussion around the constellation project of 20 nanosatellites dedicated to the tracking of connected objects and presentation of the partners of this mission in which Syrlinks will participate.
kineis: a constellation of nanosatellites
Source : Fred - helicomicro.com - Published on 11 September 2018The multiplication of connected objects generates needs for communication tools. Ground-based technologies do not provide sufficient coverage, leaving blank areas where no data is transmitted. The solution designed by Kineis allows data to be sent and received anywhere on the planet.
New Space: a constellation of nanosatellites "Made in France" on the launch pad
Source : Michel Cabirol (Credits image : CLS) - La Tribune - Published on 10 September 2018With the support of CNES, CLS is officially launching its nanosatellite constellation project. The CNES subsidiary has selected Thales Alenia Space for the development of the constellation, which will be supported by SMEs Nexeya and Syrlinks.
These nanosatellites will be able to locate a multitude of connected objects (for a few euros)
Source : Frédéric Bergé - BFM TV - Published on 10 September 2018
CLS will create a constellation of nanosatellites
Source : Laurent Marcaillou - Les Echos - Published on 10 September 2018
The Argos tag operator will create a constellation of 20 nanosatellites for the Internet of Things. The manufacturer will rely on Nexeya in Toulouse for the manufacture of the platform and Syrlinks in Rennes for the design of the instrument.
The Argos system will be given a new lease of life thanks to the Internet of Things
Source : Amélie Charnay - 01 net - Published on 10 September 2018CLS, which operates the Argos system, wants to launch 20 miniature satellites dedicated to IoT by 2021. They will make it possible to locate and collect data from both stranded ships and tourists lost in the mountains.
French IoT company plans $139 million smallsat constellation
Source : Caleb Henry - Space News - Published on 10 September 2018French maritime-tracking company CLS is starting a 120 million euro ($139 million) effort to build, launch and operate a constellation of 20 small satellites for connecting Internet of Things devices at sea and elsewhere.