Geely to launch two low-orbit satellites in second half 2020

Corporate developments

Geespace will also launch its OmniCloud satellite-based AI cloud platform

Zhejiang Geely Group will launch two low-orbit satellites in the second half of this year to provide high-precision positioning services and assist fleet management and new mobility services, according to a report by Automotive News China on 27 June. In a press release last week, Geespace, a subsidiary of Geely Technology Group, confirmed that its first two satellites will undergo final validation testing in June before being shipped to Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center for launch. Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center is a Chinese space vehicle launch in the Gobi Desert, Inner Magnolia, China.

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