The consortium, made up of five startups (three of which are incubated in IIT-Madras), is called the Indian Space Technologies and Application Design Bureau (I-STAC.DB) and aims to build self-reliant ecosystems from the next to the end – general technology such as rapid launch. 6G, satellite design and assembly, sensors and other geospatial innovations.
Founding members of I-STAC.DB include IIT Madras Promotional Technologies Foundation, Drone Air, Agnikul Cosmos, Galaxy Space Solutions, Mindgrove Technologies and Resilio Labs.
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Satya Chakraborty, Head, I-STAC.DB, and the Faculty, Department of Space Engineering, IIT Madras, said, “Cooperation is the mantra in today’s world. It is not possible for a single company to do what is required for the end customer of space applications. This consortium thus naturally attracts all such important stakeholders.
The medium- and long-term results that I-STAC.DB expects include the design and assembly of manufactured vehicles, power processor-based satellites, ground stations, SDRs, platforms, space debris management, satellite cyber-physical security and anti-satellite. , Among others.
“It is an honor to be a part of this consortium. We are delighted to be able to provide flexible launch services to our nation’s space program and contribute to the vision of providing on-demand access to space through it, ”said Agnikul Cosmos, Moin SPM, co-founder and COO.
“The time has come to bring together the talents found in our country and bring an end to the ecosystem for space and related technologies. Indian space technocrats have established space technology gurus, and this consortium is a guru cool, a premium knowledge center for India and the world, ”V. Kamakoti, faculty in-charge, IIT Madras Promoting Technologies Foundation, and member, National Security Advisory Board, Government of India, Drs.
I-STAC.DB invites more companies in space and related domains to join this effort.
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