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Sidus Space Enhances IP Portfolio with New Patent Application for Modular LizzieSat System
by Clarence Oxford
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 08, 2024

Sidus Space, Inc. (NASDAQ: SIDU), a leader in satellite manufacturing, has recently made a significant move to bolster its intellectual property portfolio with the publication of a new U.S. patent application by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The application, numbered 2023/0406548-A1 (the '548 patent application), seeks to provide comprehensive protection for the innovative functionalities of the LizzieSat Modular Satellite Platform System. This move not only enhances Sidus's existing IP portfolio but also underscores the company's dedication to pioneering advancements in on-orbit technology, offering solutions designed to meet critical industry demands with unmatched efficiency.

The LizzieSat platform, which is poised for launch aboard SpaceX's Transporter 10 mission, is at the forefront of Sidus Space's ambitious endeavors. This modular satellite system stands out for its flexibility, allowing for the seamless integration of customer technologies alongside Sidus's proprietary sensors. This integration capability facilitates concurrent data collection, significantly expanding mission possibilities and enhancing operational capabilities.

Carol Craig, CEO of Sidus Space, emphasized the strategic importance of the LizzieSat Satellite Platform, noting, "The LizzieSat Satellite Platform is a testament to our commitment to advancing satellite technology and keeping pace with the evolving space ecosystem. This innovation represents a significant leap forward by offering the ability to rapidly integrate multiple new technologies into a single satellite platform." Such a platform is indicative of Sidus Space's ongoing efforts to navigate the complexities of the space technology landscape, ensuring that they remain at the cutting edge of the industry.

With a rich patent portfolio that includes 11 granted patents and 10 pending applications, Sidus Space is reinforcing its position as an industry leader in satellite manufacturing. This portfolio not only showcases the company's innovative prowess but also its strategic focus on expanding its earth observation and remote sensing constellation. The filing and publication of the '548 patent application are crucial steps in maintaining the company's competitive edge, facilitating Sidus Space's mission to revolutionize satellite data-as-a-service and carve a path for future innovations.

The LizzieSat Modular Satellite Platform System, with its focus on modularity and integration efficiency, is poised to address the dynamic needs of the space industry. By enabling the rapid incorporation of new technologies into its satellite platforms, Sidus Space is setting a new standard for versatility and performance in space missions. This latest patent application not only secures Sidus Space's intellectual property but also signals a significant advancement in the realm of on-orbit technology integration, promising to meet and exceed the critical demands of the industry with unparalleled efficiency Related Links
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