Six finalists have been selected for the 2021 Finspace edition from entries submitted from Europe, North and South America, Asia and Oceania. Of the six finalists, two companies will be awarded. One will be awarded for the Satcom & Connectivity category and the other one for the Satellite Imagery & Analytics category

Meet the 2021 six finalists:


ReOrbit is a Finnish startup whose vision is to enable a new generation of space applications by transforming traditional single-use satellites into reusable, autonomous, and networked systems that can be configured for different applications including in-orbit manufacturing and from-orbit servicing.

Phantom Space

Phantom Space Corporation offers launch services, small satellite design and build, and space-based network services, and seeks to drastically reduce space access costs through mass production of small launchers and satellites.


This Spanish company is leading the mobile to satellite IoT integration. Sateliot is building the first LEO constellation based on the standard 5G protocol, same used for cellular connectivity that allows commercial unmodified Nb-IoT devices to roam seamlessly between mobile networks and Sateliot’s satellite constellation.

HEO Robotics

This Australian startup helps satellite operators and governments monitor their satellites and other objects in space. They image these objects at close range by renting unused time on existing Earth Observation satellites and applying their own software.

R3 IoT

Scottish-based, R3-IoT is on a mission to digitise the planet – providing value extending beyond connectivity. Its full-stack platform combining satellite, cellular, IoT, analytics and cybersecurity provides data-driven intelligence from anywhere in the world, 24/7 – regardless of available infrastructure.


Edgybees AI Software brings visual intelligence to geo-spatial imagery, accurately and in real-time to save lives and make critical decisions.