Orbital Outpost X Names Negar Feher as Chief Executive Officer
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 30, 2024 ~ Orbital Outpost X, INC (OOX) has recently announced the appointment of Negar Feher as their new Chief Executive Officer. With over 20 years of experience in the aerospace industry, Feher brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the start-up company.

Feher's impressive career includes leadership roles in established and early-stage aerospace companies such as Maxar, Lockheed Martin, Momentus, and SpaceRyde. She has a proven track record of successfully scaling startups to commercial operations and driving early revenue generation through the introduction of new products and solutions to the market. In addition, Feher has also secured key partnerships that have led to exponential growth and diversification in each of her previous roles.

According to Jose Alonso, Chairman of Orbital Outpost X, Feher's experience in shaping innovation and driving profitability will be a valuable asset to the company. "With her leadership, we look to accelerate a suite of key enabling technologies that are designed to enable orbital outposts such as space stations, fuel depots, and more," said Alonso. He also highlighted that these innovative technologies have potential use cases on Earth as well.

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OOX is focused on revolutionizing space technology by applying the latest best practices. Their goal is to break away from traditional long production times, single-use applications, and high costs that limit access to commercial space infrastructure projects. By creating modular and standardized components using cutting-edge technology like AI, XR, and proprietary techniques and processes, OOX aims to ease the burden of space construction for their customers.

Feher expressed her excitement about joining Orbital Outpost X as CEO. "Orbital Outpost X's fresh approach to tackling technology adoption gaps in space has truly captivated my interest," she said. "The team's modular components built using digital twins and XR simulation software will fundamentally change how humans interact with the space environment physically and in the metaverse." She also mentioned that these products have the potential to reduce component development costs by 10 times and create universal technology standards, ultimately unleashing the potential of the space economy.

Based in Silicon Valley, OOX has received venture funding from Space Infrastructures Ventures and has worked on government contracts for customers like NASA. Their customer base includes commercial space operators, terrestrial technology companies, and government space agencies.

To stay updated on Orbital Outpost X's progress, interested individuals can sign up for updates on their website. The company can also be followed on social media platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn. With Feher at the helm, OOX is poised to make significant strides in the space technology industry and pave the way for new market verticals to thrive in space.
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