Grintex's Space Technology Division was formed during the year 2011, as an offshoot of the successful involvement of Grintex India Ltd in the Indian SBAS-GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation System (GAGAN) program. Grintex was involved with Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Raytheon right from the Technology Demonstration (TDS) Phase till the successful implementation of the Final Operational Phase (FOP) of the GAGAN project.
The mandate of the formation of this Division is to expand business in the satellite technology domain, related to the supply of electronic products, accessories etc., and for providing technical services in key areas of satellite development to ISRO Satellite Centre for communication, remote sensing and Scientific satellites of ISRO. An electronics laboratory was also set up by the division to meet the demand of manufacturing of electronic products for ground testing needs. This laboratory can be used as a test house for testing and development of electronic systems. The lab complies with ESD requirements to handle highly sensitive components/systems susceptible to electro static charge as per the standards required by Space industries.
Grintex is currently adding SMT capabilities for PCB components mounting , assembly, integration and testing towards manufacturing of Small and Nano-Satellites.
This Division was engaged with ISRO Satellite Centre for over seven years towards providing high end technical services and handled 23 contracts with over 125 trained Grintex technical personnel deployed at ISAC site. This was for the realisation of satellites/sub systems for various Space mission applications. Grintex has been engaged in providing skilled engineering on site services to ISRO on several satellite manufacturing programs
The space technology team consists of experienced electronics and communication engineers in testing and servicing of RF systems/equipments. Skilled Trained wireman, technicians and trained by ISRO for soldering ,wiring ,electronics fabrication and testing, solar panels cell bonding, wiring, assembly and testing, space batteries assembly and testing .
Grintex has been associated closely with Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Raytheon, USA for implementation of the Indian SBAS- GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) system, from concept phase to operational phase. Some of the areas where Grintex supported includes:
Grintex received appreciation from ISRO for it's contribution towards India's prestigious GPS-aided GEO augmented navigation system(GAGAN) program.
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