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LVX System Presents at Florida Aerospace Capital Forum
Visible Light Communication (VLC) technology is advancing to the next stage of development, which entails bringing LVX System’s patented technology to a broad marketplace. In North America this new market is anticipated to reach a valuation of $60 billion by 2022.
Chief Development Officer Randy Mortensen took the stage in Orlando, Florida, last week to present LVX System’s innovative work at the Florida Aerospace Capital Forum.
The forum, hosted by Florida Venture Forum, in partnership with Space Florida, serves to broaden the spectrum of Florida-based aerospace companies and entrepreneurs in the state as well as to connect private equity, venture capital and angel investors with startups specializing in breakthrough technical solutions and meaningful IP.
This year, 20 companies pitched their innovative ideas to more than 150 attendees including representatives from NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lockheed Martin, and Northrop Grumman Corporation
Space Florida’s invitation to present comes during our $4.2 million bridge round of funding as we prepare for the $30 million upcoming A-Round.
We invite you to get involved. Returns for investors are enhanced by our robust patent portfolio, valued at $146 million in a recent independent appraisal. Together, we can all achieve more, and partnerships on multiple fronts are essential to our long-term success.
CEO and President, LVX System
ABOUT:LVX System is the inventor and innovative leader in the fast-emerging Visible Light Communication (VLC) and Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) market. As the pioneer and foundational VLC patent holder, in this new frontier of communication through light photons, LVX is poised to monetize this proprietary research at an exponential rate of recurring revenue.