With sights set on the world’s most lucrative space and defense market, many overseas companies have set up shop in the United States.
Notable successes include European firms like BAE Systems and Airbus, which have become prominent members of the U.S. industrial base. Following in their footsteps are a new crop of overseas space and intelligence companies seeking to fill U.S. government demand for cutting-edge commercial technologies.
Artist’s rendering of Exotrail’s orbital transfer vehicle. Credit: Exotrail
“Our goal is to move deeper and deeper into government work,” said Tyler Browder, CEO of Exotrail U.S.
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