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The potential of Argentine start-ups lies in fleets for IoT, observation and communications.

There are at least seven Argentine start-ups participating in the satellite ecosystem. The greatest chances of participation are in developing constellations for IoT and for observation and communications. All of them have different degrees of maturity and face different technological, financial and commercial challenges.

Financing for start-ups in the space segment has just experienced a 2021 record worldwide, with contributions of US$ 15 billion: start-ups are playing an increasingly relevant role in providing specific services for traditional satellite operators.

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