Saudi Arabia is the 21st country to join the Artemis Accords, announced by NASA in October 2020 with eight countries as original signatories.
These projects aim to boost global and regional security in addition to creating jobs and enhancing economic prosperity in Saudi Arabia.
The aim of the new service is to ensure continuity of services, extend coverage to remote areas, and increase environment-friendly technologies.
The company will showcase solutions to counter evolving security threats across all domains.
The announcement was made by Arabsat CEO Dr. Badr bin Nasser Al-Suwaidan and Hoshan Group COO Mohamed Mahfouz at the Arabsat stand at CABSAT in Dubai.
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The Geological Survey Authority confirmed that the geophysical survey aims to obtain various high-resolution geological data in the Arabian Shield.