Mina Mitry, founder, and chief executive at small satellite operator Kepler Communications, has joined the Connectivity Business Summit 2022 speaker faculty for the panel “What’s new in LEO and LEO proliferation” on Tuesday, June 14, at 11 a.m. ET.
Connectivity Business Summit 2022, taking place June 14-15 in New York City, will explore the critical strategic and financial issues impacting the global satellite and terrestrial connectivity infrastructure and services industry.
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Prior to founding Canada-based Kepler in 2015, Mitry served as director of engineering at technology company teaBOT and as a researcher for Pratt & Whitney, a subsidiary of Raytheon (NASDAQ: RXT). He also held several roles at his alma mater, the University of Toronto, including president of the aeronautics department.
“I am pleased to attend the Connectivity Business Summit to discuss the latest advancements in low earth orbit (LEO). Kepler’s next-generation LEO constellation, offering Ku-band, S-band and optical services will always provide customers with real-time on connectivity to advance their mission,” Mitry told Connectivity Business News.
Kepler on Tuesday announced a contract with space data provider Spire Global (NASDAQ: SPIR) to bring high-capacity Ku-band service to Spire’s satellites. “The first Spire Satellites with Ku-band service will launch in early 2023, with Kepler anticipating additional demand for the solution following the introduction of the offering in March at Satellite 2022,” according to the release.