Lockheed’s Lavis joins Connectivity Next Summit 2023
The Connectivity Business News editorial team is pleased to announce that Mike Lavis, lead for space security advanced programs at defense contractor Lockheed Martin, will discuss the economics of satellite life extension at Connectivity Next Summit 2023 on Monday, Nov. 13, at 3:15 p.m. (ET).
The Connectivity Next Summit 2023, with its focus on trends and opportunities in satellite and telecom connectivity, is the ideal event for satellite operators and connectivity industry leaders. It will take place Nov. 13-14 at Loews Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta.
Lavis will join a Connectivity Business News editor to discuss trends in satellite life extension and new competition in the market.
The satellite servicing market, which includes satellite life extension services, is projected to generate $14.3 billion in cumulative revenues by 2032, CBN previously learned from analysts at Northern Sky Research.
Bethesda, Md.-based Lockheed (NYSE: LMT) in April announced that Lockheed Martin’s In-Space Upgrade Satellite System (LINUSS), comprised of two CubeSats, had successfully demonstrated that small satellites in orbit can upgrade constellations and refuel satellites.
“LINUSS also represents the intersection of multiple paths of investment, including research and development and direct investment in industry partners such as Terran Orbital (NYSE: LLAP) and Orbit Fab,” Lockheed previously told CBN.
Connectivity Next is the only event to delve deeply and holistically into satellite connectivity’s future to help satcom professionals identify better strategies for growth and profitability.