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Prométhée is preparing a constellation of observation nanosatellites for developing countries. The start-up Prométhée has just raised 2.2 million euros from business angels and three companies specialized in space construction, Hemeria, Comat and ADF. It is preparing a constellation of Earth observation nanosatellites and an image analysis platform, which will bring cheaper space applications to emerging countries.

By Laurent Marcaillou| 11/03/ 2020

The start-up Prométhée has just raised 2.2 million euros to design the demonstrators of a constellation of Earth observation nanosatellites and a data analysis platform dedicated to developing countries. The round of financing brought together 15 private investors, including three companies that are providing nearly 30% of the funds and will participate in the construction: Hemeria, in Toulouse, which manufactures the nanosatellites of the future CNES Kineis constellation for Argos and IOT, the ADF group, whose subsidiary Latesys built the automated assembly line for OneWeb’s microsatellites, and Comat, in Toulouse, which manufactures nanosatellite motors and attitude control wheels.

Read the article LES ECHOS (french only)


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Prométhée turns on its ignition

11/03/2020

The Ile-de-France-based developer of nano Earth observation satellite constellations welcomes the industrial groups Hemeria, Comat and ADF, which, along with several business angels, are contributing €3 million, notably for the launch of aerospace services.


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NewSpace: the French start-up Prométhée, which wants to launch a constellation of nanosatellites in 2023, raises €2.2 million

By Pierrick Arlot | 11/02/ 2020

The cohort of companies looking to launch their own nanosatellite constellation has a new player, and he’s French. Created in January 2020 to develop a range of sovereign Earth observation services, the start-up Prométhée has just completed its first round of financing with €2.2 million. The round of financing brings together the three space sector players Hemeria, Comat (Agora Industries group) and Groupe ADF, with the support of private investors. According to the press release published by Prométhée, this financing will allow the company to develop its digital platform for the valorization of space data and to prepare technically and financially the launch of its own constellation of nanosatellites by 2023.

Read the article L’EMBARQUÉ (french only)


Toulouse. Prométhée lève 2,2 M€ auprès de deux Toulousains

Toulouse. Prométhée raises 2.2 M€ from two Toulouse-based investors

By Gil Bousquet | 10/27/2020

A new player in the NewSpace has just entered the space industry landscape. The young company Promethée, which wants to launch its own satellite constellations to become one of the leading players in Earth observation, has just raised €2.2 million.

Read the article La DEPECHE (french only)


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New Space: how Promethée wants to become one of the future Titans of Earth observation

By Michel Cabirol |  10/21/2020

Prométhée’s objective is to eventually deploy 80 optical Earth observation nanosatellites with sub-meter accuracy, based on Hemeria technologies, for a revisit of less than 30 minutes.(Credits: Reuters) A new start-up is entering the Earth observation market. Prométhée has completed its first round of financing of 2.2 million euros. Three groups (Hemeria, Groupe ADF and COMAT) as well as private investors participated in this operation.

Read the article LA TRIBUNE (french only)


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Comat integrates the capital of the start-up Prométhée

10/21/2020

This Wednesday, October 21, the Toulouse-based company Comat announced that it has integrated the capital of Prométhée via a fundraising. Based in Paris, this start-up founded in January 2020 aims to deploy a new constellation of smallsats dedicated to observation. This initial €2.2 million financing round, which brought together two other space sector players, Hemeria and the ADF Group, will enable the company to develop its digital platform for the exploitation of space data and to prepare technically and financially the launch of its own constellation of nano-satellites by 2023.