The company, which recently successfully ended its IPO listing, has made small satellites for a satellite company and Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology (TIET)
Defence and aerospace electronics company Data Patterns Ltd has joined the consortium of space sector firms incubated by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM).
As per authoritites, the consortium’s goal is to deliver an end-to-end solution, beginning with satellite manufacture, orbital placement, and satellite data processing.
“Data Patterns will also work with the consortium of space sector companies incubated by IITM so that an end-to-end solution — satellite making-launching it into orbit — ground stations and satellite data analysis is available within the consortium,” Srinivasagopalan Rangarajan, CMD, Data Patterns.
Data Patterns has supplied the cable harness health checkout systems for Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) Gaganyaan — India’s human space mission — crew module.
The company has also supplied the 14,000 point count down checkout system for ISRO’s second launch pad, upgraded the launch vehicle tracking radars, supplied the X-Band and C-Band weather radars.
The company, which recently successfully ended its IPO listing, has made small satellites for a satellite company and Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology (TIET).
“Data Patterns brings in expertise in electronics integration, avionics and manufacturing. The consortium can carry out end-to-end space activity,” S.R.Chakravarthy, Professor and Head-Combustion R&D Centre, National Centre for Combustion Research and Development (NCCRD).
Space sector start-ups like rocket maker Agnikul Cosmos and satellite maker GalaxEye Space Solutions are incubated at the IITM Incubation Centre.