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Metakosmos Expands Global Reach Fuelling Technological Innovation in Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030

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Sydney, 26.03.2024 – Metakosmos, an Australian space technology innovator, is excited to announce its strategic collaboration with Al-Sanai company in Saudi Arabia, signalling a landmark step in its global growth endeavours. This collaboration represents a strategic move by Metakosmos group to penetrate new & emerging space markets and leverage synergies with a trusted partner to accelerate growth and reach a wider audience in the region.

Al-Sanai brings decades-long experience in automation & platform-independent engineering services that cater to a diverse range of platforms such as Siemens, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Mitsubishi, Wonderware, GE, Honeywell, Emerson, AutoCAD, PI AVEVA, Microsoft, and SAP MII, ensuring seamless integration and optimised performance for global engineering projects.  

Kiriti Rambhatla, CEO, of Metakosmos, expressed “As a part of the Metakosmos global customer expansion plan, after the USA & India, we are excited to embark on this journey with Al-Sanai, as we expand our presence into Saudi Arabia and the wider Middle East space market".

Abdul Aziz Alothman, CEO, of Al-Sanai, said "This collaboration aligns perfectly with our vision of delivering cutting-edge real-time technologies to customers worldwide. Together, we are poised to explore new opportunities, drive innovation, and create lasting impact."

Through this collaboration, Metakosmos anticipates tapping into new customer segments and establishing a strong foothold in key international markets for Space & Emerging technologies. By leveraging Al-Sanai’s decades of local Saudi Arabian knowledge and resources, Metakosmos is well-positioned to navigate regulatory landscapes, cultural nuances, and market dynamics effectively.

With a shared commitment to excellence and innovation, Metakosmos and Al-Sanai are poised to make waves in the global real-time operations landscape, delivering unparalleled extreme environment solutions and experiences to customers worldwide.


About us:

About Metakosmos: Metakosmos is a forward-thinking company dedicated to driving innovation in the spacesuit technology domain. With a passionate team and a vision for groundbreaking technologies, the company is committed to pushing the boundaries of human space flight and spacesuit technologies. Stay connected to our Spacesuit development journey at www.metakosmos.com.au and follow us on our social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube).

About Al-Sanai: Al-Sanai is a leader in extreme environment monitoring platforms & applications. Al-Sanai offers a comprehensive suite of services aimed at automating various systems, including PLC, CNC, Robotics, Drives, SCADA, HMI, DCS, Batch, Safety, MES, MII, ERP Data Integration, and more. The platform-independent engineering services cater to a diverse range of platforms such as Siemens, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Mitsubishi, Wonderware, GE, Honeywell, Emerson, AutoCAD, EPlan, PI AVEVA, Microsoft, and SAP MII, ensuring seamless integration and optimised performance.

Al-Sanai has demonstrated a track record of innovation in developing real-time monitoring solutions for environmental factors and reducing greenhouse gases. These solutions have proven beneficial to governments and industries. Furthermore, Al-Sanai's innovative solution has been certified by the GHG Management Institute, USA. For more information, visit www.industrialprosperity.com .


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0477 670 368

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