The FemtoStar Project is a global community developing a satellite constellation for secure, open, and private communications - anywhere on planet Earth.
Our satellites are open infrastructure - that means anyone can use them without needing to go through an official gateway. This makes FemtoStar a flexible, open, and inherently net-neutral network, able not just to connect users to the services we provide, but to serve as a platform for what others build on top of it.
Many products only promise privacy. FemtoStar is different. Privacy and security are verifiably baked into every part of the system, all the way down to the lowest level details. We couldn't violate your privacy even if we wanted to.
FemtoStar is free and open-source technology. This goes for software and hardware alike, and, yes, even for the satellites themselves. You have access to the source files, and if you want to make sure the software on your terminal lives up to its privacy and security claims, the source is freely available to use, read, or modify.