DUBAI–A Pakistani company has entered the high-altitude pseudo satellite (HAPS) business with a platform it believes can sell at one-tenth the cost of systems like Airbus’ Zephyr. The Stratos, currently under development by Karachi-based Integrated Dynamics, will be a 22-m-wingspan, 11-m-long, solar-powered platform with a payload capacity of 12 kg, CEO Raja Sabri Khan says. It is also envisioned to have an endurance of around 90 days. The Stratos, which is due to fly in 2020, ...


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