Skylo is a maker of the world’s most affordable and ubiquitous network that connects any machine or sensor.
Skylo Technologies brings real-time, affordable and ubiquitous Internet of Things connectivity to millions of machines, sensors and devices, even in the most remote places on Earth.
Skylo was founded in 2017 by Parthsarathi Trivedi, Andrew Nuttall, and Andrew Kalman. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with offices in Bangalore, Karnataka, India and Tel Aviv, Israel.
Skylo is disruptively affordable — costing 95% less than traditional satellite connectivity — and is the first company leverage the cellular Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) protocol for satellite communications.
Skylo can connect sensors on millions of objects and machines in remote areas across a wide range of industries including agriculture, fishing, railways, logistics, utilities infrastructure and more.
Skylo is backed by SoftBank Group, DCM and Innovation Endeavors and Moore Strategic Ventures. The company raised $103M in a Series B financing on Jan 21, 2020. This new round brings Skylo's total funding to $116M to date.