Nanosatellites are lower costs, faster to build and cheaper to launch than larger satellites. With these low barriers to entry, they are cost-effective option for new technology and space research in low Earth orbit. These satellite are about the size of a human hand weigh between 1 and 10 KG and can do almost everything a conventional satellite does.
Demand for real-time intelligence to support the Internet of Things (LOT) is changing the way the world operates as we move toward data-driven technologies. Current Terrestrial wireless communication technologies such as 3G, 4G, WiFi and WiMax work well over medium range distanced, but none of them can cover a whole country or continent and the networks are getting congested with the multiplication of IoT devices. one of the solutions to overcome these problems is invest in the space infrastructure, as it can help deliver additional data communications, even to the rual areas.