Ananth Technologies, Hyderabad congratulates ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) on the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3. This remarkable achievement is a testament to the dedication, expertise, and hard work of the entire team at ISRO.
Dr. Subba Rao Pavuluri, CMD of Ananth Technologies (ATL) expresses its gratitude to ISRO for the opportunity given to ATL to manufacture several mission-critical systems for Chandrayaan-3 program. ATL, Head quartered in Hyderabad, has been contributing to all the launch vehicle and satellite missions of ISRO. ATL has successfully delivered several critical systems for the Chandrayaan-3 Satellite. These include telemetry and telecommand systems, power management systems, and DC-DC converters essential for the mission’s success. The systems supplied by ATL have consistently demonstrated excellent quality, resulting in their outstanding performance during mission operations.
ATL has played a crucial role in the Chandrayaan-3 launch vehicle (LVM3) by participating in the manufacturing of numerous avionics packages for this mission. These packages encompass a wide array of components, including on-board computers, navigation systems, control electronics, telemetry systems, power systems, and more. Moreover, ATL has been supplying interface packages such as SLRU-BS, SCOUT-A, power switching modules (EMA-PSM), stage-safe arm relay units, strain gauge balancing units, and various other interface units for various launch vehicles.
Dr. Subba Rao Pavuluri passionately emphasized that ATL, as a committed aerospace company, is well-prepared to make significant advancements in India’s space sector initiatives and other strategic programs. ATL is poised to play a pivotal role as a partner in the nation’s aspiration to achieve self-reliance and become ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’
Chandrayaan-3’s successful landing is a significant milestone in India’s space exploration efforts. The scientific discoveries and knowledge that will come from this mission are sure to advance our understanding of the Moon and space exploration as a whole. Chandrayaan-3 provides opportunities for cooperation with other space agencies, researchers, and institutions worldwide. It can promote partnerships that contribute to global scientific progress.