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  Indian Space Industry

ISRO has robust industry participation in the space program from public and private sector Indian industries. The strong involvement of Indian industry has not only helped ISRO in realising its programmatic goals but also given necessary impetus to successfully undertake complex and advanced missions with ease. The Indian Space Program has evolved, over the years, into a multifaceted program providing essential infrastructure services in telecommunications, broadcasting, navigation, space science, meteorology and natural resources management. In realising its goals, ISRO has pursued the conscious policy of building up and nurturing industrial capabilities in the country to maximally support the space programme, through utilisation of the technology and infrastructure available in the Indian industries. The long term policy envisioned for space industry partnership has contributed to the growth of Indian space program. In the near future, it is envisaged that Indian industry will stake bigger claims in the space program and expand India’s space ecosystem. Considering the potential that exists for space market globally and the role played by Antrix Corporation in the international marketing of space products and services, the contribution by Indian industries is poised to grow even further. With the 12th Five Year Plan that includes 25 launch vehicle missions and 33 satellite missions, a number of challenging technology developments as well as facility establishment, the horizon and opportunity for industry is wide and exciting.

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