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Sidus Space announces issuance of new US patent for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Filter Unit

Sidus Space announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued a new patent, No. 11,839,028 B2 (the ‘028 patent), further strengthening the Company’s intellectual property position and showcasing its commitment to advancement in aerospace and defense manufacturing.

With a growing patent portfolio that now includes 10 granted patents and 11 pending applications, Sidus Space continues to solidify its position as a leader in cutting-edge aerospace manufacturing and technology.

The newly granted ‘028 patent, expected to secure exclusivity until at least September 1, 2041, marks a paradigm shift in the aviation industry's approach to cockpit gauge stability. This groundbreaking technology is embodied in an Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Filter Unit, meticulously designed to filter unwanted interference in aircraft systems, thus enhancing the reliability and security of cockpit instruments. Sidus has also taken the steps to protect this valuable technology internationally as well by filing a patent application pursuant to the Patent Cooperation Treaty. National Phase patent applications in additional international jurisdictions are expected to be filed in Q1 of 2024.

"In crafting this technological innovation, our engineering and manufacturing team at Sidus focused on addressing a crucial requirement for bolstering cockpit gauge stability within aircraft systems. The patented filter unit stands as a remarkable advancement in mitigating electromagnetic interference, assuring the dependability and safety of cockpit instruments," stated Valerij Ojdanic, Inventor and Electrical Engineer at Sidus Space.

This patent underscores Sidus’ commitment to pushing the boundaries of aerospace technology. The Company continues to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of space exploration and data services while leveraging its expertise to drive innovation across industries.

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