Reflections of DOS/ISRO from a Secretary/Chairman’s perspective

Former ISRO/DOS Chairman/Secretary AS Kiran Kumar talks about various issues important issues that provide a perspective coming from within the institution that we all so love and cherish. 

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White paper on Indian supplier landscape: “Driving innovation in the Indian space sector using digital technologies”

Discover how Dassault Systèmes can help New Space companies achieve fast, sustainable innovation: The New Frontier of Satellite Technology 

3D Perspective on New Space, new horizons

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A basic primer of how space industry works in India and the opportunities for anyone to start space companies

The Indian Dream is a project started by Sahil Khandwala & Siddharth Betala where they tell you the stories of the bootstrapped, long term thinker, risk-taker Entrepreneur because the country needs to be told that there’s also a way to build long term value generating businesses in the era of VC funded hyper-growth engines.

Last week, they picked up space as a focus area and we had a chance discuss the foundations of how the space industry works in India as well as globally and provide an insight into the massive opportunities present for anyone to start space companies. 

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Four decades spent on developing applications using space technology for India

Dr. Ranganath Navalgund talks of developments in ISRO through his career where he started as a physicist in 1977 and pioneered the development of several space-based applications for end-user communities in India. 

Dr. Ranganath Navalgund’s scientific contributions are in the broad area of earth observation systems, science and applications. He was Vikram Sarabhai Distinguished Professor at ISRO (2012-17). As Director of the National Remote Sensing Centre (2001-2005) and the Space Applications Centre (2005-2012), the two major centres of ISRO, he has over seen development of electro-optical and microwave sensors for Indian earth observation and planetary science missions, communication and navigation payloads flown onboard Indian satellites and has significantly contributed to major space application programmes. … Click here to read the complete article