Seguritech invests US$150 million to launch 18 satellites to outer space
Mexican corporation SeguriTech is ready to invest US$150 million to launch 18 artificial satellites that will be used for tasks such as meteorology and security, thus becoming the first provider in Mexico and in Latin America to have this aerospace technology. Mauricio Kleinburg, director of the Aeronautic division and the Space Program in SeguriTech, announced that the satellites to be used are British, with components from France and Japan, among others, and they will be assembled in Mexico. These satellites will enable photography and video recording of the whole country 24 hours a day. They could serve security, land registry and meteorology purposes.