Bengaluru: ISRO chairman inaugurates new spacecraft manufacturing facility


Dr S Somanath, the chairman of Indian House Analysis Organisation (ISRO), Wednesday inaugurated ANANTH Applied sciences’ spacecraft manufacturing unit at Karnataka Industrial Space Improvement Board (KIADB) Aerospace Park.

The brand new state-of-the-art spacecraft manufacturing facility can conduct meeting integration and testing of 4 massive spacecraft concurrently.

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Somanath mentioned, “At ISRO, our goal is not only to pursue area science analysis and planetary exploration, additionally it is to harness area expertise for the nation’s growth. India has earned worldwide recognition for its area programmes and we really feel that collaboration between authorities and personal gamers can additional increase the expansion of this sector.

“We congratulate ANANTH on the inauguration of their new area manufacturing facility which is able to open new frontiers of growth in area analysis and assist scale up high-tech area manufacturing within the nation. India’s area programme over the past six a long time has achieved a number of landmarks. As we speak, India can construct, assemble and launch its personal satellites. I’m sure that India’s area coverage will allow us to construct satellites not just for home consumption however for the worldwide market too. India’s Distant Sensing Information Coverage and Launch Car Coverage are in line and these will assist additional the Indian area programmes.”

Dr Subba Rao Pavuluri, chairman and managing director of ANANTH, mentioned, “We’ve at all times strived to indigenize cutting-edge aerospace applied sciences to help the nation’s safety and growth. India is on the cusp of revolutionising the spacecraft business. As a nation, we’re able to manufacturing world-class spacecraft. Over time, ANANTH Applied sciences has efficiently contributed to main launches of ISRO. Our expertise acumen is such that not one of the sub-systems provided by ANANTH Applied sciences has ever failed in orbit.”


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