Stibrany to drive commercial satellite sales and go-to-market strategy
Deep Space Industries announced today that Peter Stibrany, a strategist and innovator who helped develope the world’s first microsatellite telescope, has been appointed as the company’s Chief Business Developer and Strategist.
“The timing couldn’t be better for Peter to assume this critical role, helping grow the company to the next level,” said Meagan Crawford, Chief Operating Officer of Deep Space Industries. “Peter has a great background that spans technical, management, and strategic level positions at some of the world’s most innovative space technology companies. We couldn’t be more please at his decision to join the team.”
Stibrany was the project manager and systems engineer for the team that developed and launched the MOST microsatellite project, which when launched in 2003, at just over 50kg, was the world’s smallest free-flying space telescope.
His background includes time spent as a systems engineer on Radarsat, MSAT and components of the International Space Station. Across his career he has held leadership roles across the industry, from ‘small space’ companies like Dynacon to ‘large space’ companies like MDA where he was the director of strategic development for MDA’s Information Systems Group.
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Deep Space Industries is an international space mining and satellite technology company, based in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg with offices in California and Florida, USA. The company is developing the technologies to find, harvest, and supply the asteroid resources that will transform the space economy. DSI also delivers robust technology products for the most demanding space applications. High-performance spacecraft components, developed in support of asteroid mining, provide robust and reliable solutions for Earth-based customers.
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