Argotec aims to ‘consolidate’ its presence in Gulf

Argotec, specialized in small-sized satellites, human spaceflight will present its latest capabilities at the second edition of the World Defense Show taking place in Riyadh from February 4 to 8.

According to Turin based company’s press release Argotec has been “a key player in historic missions such as LICIACube (NASA Dart), named Mission of the Year 2023 by the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, and ArgoMoon (NASA Artemis 1), the sole European satellite aboard the SLS launcher.”

Senior Argotec executives will be in attendance including the CEO and founder David Avino, Emilio Fazzoletto, Head of the Electronics unit, and Gianmarco Reverberi, Head of Software.

"I am excited to participate in the World Defense Show - said David Avino, CEO of Argotec - We will have the opportunity to showcase our space technology and personally meet with potential partners. The Saudi area is strategically important for our company, and that is why we are engaging in discussions at all levels, intending to attract investors to strengthen our presence."

Argotec also said in press release it is currently developing 40 high-tech Earth Observation satellites, many of which will come to life in the new SpacePark, a highly automated facility capable of producing up to 52 satellites per year, averaging one per week.

By participating in the World Defense Show, Argotec reaffirms the consolidation of its presence in the Gulf region, where it aims to identify institutional, financial, and commercial partners to export its technology.

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