Sitael meets Piedmont companies in the space sector
SITAEL will hold a meeting to deepen current and future projects and at the same time consolidate the spatial strategies of the Country. Thanks to constant cooperation between the companies present in the territory, Italy can position itself among the most important players in the world Space Economy
May, 16th 2022 – In the appointment, Ing. Marco Molina, Technical and Commercial Director will present company strategies at the national and international level in the space sector, current and future projects, and the supply needs of potential interest for Piedmontese companies – engineering services, electronic and mechanical production, wiring, components of flight and ground test equipment – GSE -, with particular reference to the international opportunities of interest for SITAEL related to the upcoming ESA Ministerial, the Italian and Greek PNRR projects, future collaborations on the Australian market, R&D partnerships in the ESA field and THERE IS.
SITAEL is active in the Space sector, in particular in the design and development of small satellites, as prime contractor of the innovative “all-electric” and multifunctional satellite platform PLATINO which will soon carry out two first missions for ASI in the field of Earth Observation and it will then be an element of the National Earth Observation Constellation. It also develops and markets products in the field of electric propulsion and in particular a whole class of space engines based on the Hall effect.
The player, which has recently opened an office in Turin, has its HQ in Mola di Bari in Puglia and several offices in Italy – Tuscany, Emilia, Lombardy – and abroad – Greece and Australia -. The Turin office mainly deals with R&D and interfaces with suppliers for activities related to Artificial Intelligence, Space and railways and the Academic world, in particular with the Politecnico di Torino with which space collaborations are already underway through grants. of PhD.
The meeting was held thanks to funding from the Piedmont Region and the Turin Chamber of Commerce, as part of the “Industrial Goods” Special Project.