Skylo Technologies is building the data service of the future for the Internet of Things. A spin-out from the Stanford Space Systems Development Laboratory, Skylo's mission is to bring ubiquitous connectivity to millions of machines, sensors, and devices globally.
Backed by SoftBank, Innovation Endeavors, DCM, and Boeing, Skylo’s global team includes professionals with deep experience in wireless networks and hardware, satellite technology, and applied IoT data services. Skylo has offices in California - USA, Tel Aviv - Israel, Espoo - Finland and Bangalore - India.
Parthsarathi “Parth” Trivedi is the CEO and co-founder of Skylo. Parth is an aerospace engineer, who has led various missions and aerospace projects at MIT sponsored by the US Department of Defense, NASA, and FAA. He was nominated to the US delegation task force to the UN technical body on global aviation (ICAO). Parth has a BS in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University with highest distinction, an MS in Aeronautics & Astronautics from MIT and an MBA from Stanford University GSB.
Dr. Andrew Nuttall is the CTO and co-founder of Skylo Technologies. Andrew has a PhD in Aeronautics & Astronautics from Stanford University, and a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University. Andrew worked on multiple NASA and private sector satellite missions and has an extensive background in the physics of the space environment.
Dr. Andrew E. Kalman is Skylo’s Chief Hub Architect and co-founder. Prior to founding Skylo, Dr. Kalman was an Associate Professor in Stanford University's Aerospace and Astronautics (AA) Department, where he led the department's Space & Systems Design Laboratory (SSDL). Dr. Kalman is a serial entrepreneur, having founded Pumpkin Inc. whose solutions have resulted in multiple successful space missions, and Euphonix, a groundbreaking American professional audio company. Dr. Kalman has an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Florida.
Skylo’s team members are results-oriented but also lifelong learners. We look for people who strive for simplicity and are pragmatic, but don’t lose sight of our incredibly ambitious mission. If you're excited to bring wireless connectivity to millions of machines and sensors across the globe, we want to talk to you.