Isotropic Systems Appoints Trevor Lund as SVP of Engineering
Isotropic Systems revealed that Trevor Lund has joined the company as senior vice president of engineering, responsible for the day-to-day development of the company’s satellite communications terminals. The 37-year industry veteran will lead the engineering team as the company transitions from technical development to product design and manufacturing leading up to the mass production of Ka- and Ku-band terminals by 2021.
Lund, who specializes in systems design, systems engineering, and operations, brings nearly four decades of satellite communications engineering experience to Isotropic Systems. Prior to Isotropic, Lund held leading engineering roles in both industry and government, including, most recently, as head of satcoms engineering at Leonardo. His career includes positions as chief engineer at STS Defence, head of maritime service architects and product development at Airbus Defense and Space, senior system design engineer on the British MOD Skynet 5, and on foreign deployment with the European Space Agency (ESA).
“Trevor’s appointment is key to the long-range development of our integrated terminal solutions working to stringent technical and quality standards demanded by our customers,” said Isotropic founder and chief executive officer John Finney. “Trevor’s vast experience in delivering complex solutions in record time, specifically in the field of phased arrays, adds to the impressive lineup of technical leadership we attracted into the company.”