The Italian aerospace startup Leaf Space lands in the US

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A small Italian company is getting ready to become big, Leaf Space, a startup founded by Jonata Puglia, Michele Messina and 29-year-old Giovanni Pandolfi Bortoletto, selected among Forbes Italy's Under 30 in the "Science" category, will expand in the United States by adding new ground stations to its existing infrastructure.

Based in Lomazzo, Italy, Leaf Space is a startup founded in 2014 that provides GSaas (Ground Segmenta s-a-service) solutions. In other words, it consists of a microsatellite "listening" network capable of providing data collection services to dozens of companies and enterprises scattered around the world. The goals of this overseas expansion are twofold. The first, to establish a U.S. office to serve government and commercial customers, including Kleos Space, Momentus, Kepler Communication and Swarm, with new GSaas solutions. The second, to establish new ground stations to expand the company's ability to offer the highest quality solutions, at a lower cost.

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