Vinny Sica: Lockheed Mission Solutions Looks to ‘Whole of System’ Offerings for Space Industry

Vinny Sica

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 14, 2017 — Vinny Sica, vice president and general manager for mission solutions at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), has said the business unit is working to build on its integrated offerings for international customers as the space industry continues to transform and the domain becomes congested, contested and competitive.

“We are going to market with a solution focus for a whole system, i.e., not just a platform, payload or ground system but a fully functional system to meet our customers’ needs and price points,” he told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Sept. 7.

Sica added that cyber has also emerged as a major concern for the industry as data assets accumulate from the developments in space capabilities.

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