Godrej’s experience of spin offs from ISRO technology

Surendra Vaidya talks about Godrej’s experience of taking technology that came from working with ISRO to then use it in solving problems in other sectors.

Full profile of Mr. S M Vaidya – http://iitram.in/workshop/Bilateral_Workshop_Speaker_Profile%20of%20Mr%20%20S%20M%20Vaidya.pdf


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

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3D Perspective on New Space, new horizons

 

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Comparing Japan’s approach to space industry to the Indian experience

Prof. Kazuto Suzuki shares insights on how Japanese space industry landscape has been developed since its inception and the changes that have occurred to support the emergence of NewSpace in the last decade. 

Kazuto Suzuki is Vice Dean and Professor of International Politics at Public Policy School of Hokkaido University, Japan.

His full profile is available here – https://www.journals.elsevier.com/space-policy/editorial-board/kazuto-suzuki


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

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Solving problems in India using satellite-based IOT technology

Parth talks about how Skylo Technologies satellite based IoT network offers Wireless connectivity to address various problems in India for farmers, fishermen and their experience so far.

Skylo’s value proposition lies in bringing instant, affordable, and a ubiquitous Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity to millions of machines, sensors, and devices, even in remote geographies. The company claims that it is the world’s first startup to leverage the cellular Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) protocol via satellite, making it possible to instantly connect billions of sensors on objects and machines in remote areas. 

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Secure optical communication systems for satellites

Bengaluru-based spacetech startup Astrogate Labs that builds core technologies in optical/laser communication terminals. Nitish talks about their journey so far. 

More about Astrogate Labs – http://astrogatelabs.com/

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

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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. 

Thanks to Asian Pathfinders for allowing me an opportunity to conduct this session. The full profile fo AS Kiran Kumar is available here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A._S._Kiran_Kumar

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

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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

An economist’s view of the space industry

As an economist, Pierre Lionnet talks about his vantage point of space activities, government involvement, newspace and industry. 

Pierre joined EUROSPACE in 1994 as a research Analyst after an 18 months period as a hired contractor for the European Space Agency. In EUROSPACE he was gradually given full responsibility over a series of studies and research activities for internal and external customers in the technico-economic domain, as well as in the policy area. In parallel he was also given management responsibility over various industry working groups (such as REACH. GMES, Navigation, Research and Technology, Standardisation, Markets etc.). He is since 2004 Director of Research heading all research activities of the Association.… Click here to read the complete article

Evolution of solid propellants for rocketry in India

Rajaram Nagappa talks about how solid propellants were developed in India from the time of the sounding rockets to the larger SLV/PSLV rockets. 

 

Prof Rajaram Nagappa has specialised in aerospace propulsion and has worked extensively in the design and development of solid propellant rockets. His interests are in missile technology and space weaponisation. He has served in the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, ISRO as its Associate Director, and later was Pandalai Memorial Chair Professor at Anna University, Chennai. He has also taught at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel. He is a recipient of the Astronautical Society of India Award, Distinguished Alumnus Award of the Madras Institute of Technology, DRDO’s Agni Award for Excellence in Self Reliance, Certificate of Appreciation of the International Astronautical Federation and the Honorary Fellowship of the High Energy Materials Society of India.… Click here to read the complete article

How the first 100 industry partners were developed to work with ISRO

Sudarshan, a recruit of Prof Sarabhai in the 1970 talks about his experience of being the Chairman of the ISRO technology transfer committee and helped develop the first 100 industries to collaborate with ISRO. 

Sudarshan served in the atomic energy program between 1970-76 and then at ISRO between 1976-88. He was the Chairman of the Technology Transfer and Industry Cooperation committee at ISRO and helped directing ISRO’s budget & economic analysis. 


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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