Hyd-based ATL’s significant contribution to Chandrayan-3 

Hyderabad: The successful launch of Chandrayaan-3 on Friday from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh has a constructive contribution of the city-based Aerospace Company, Ananth Technologies Pvt Ltd (ATL).

It has been playing a pivotal role in the launch vehicle mission 3 (LLVM3). ATL, with its headquarters in Hyderabad, has been contributing to all the launch vehicle and satellite missions of ISRO.ATL has contributed to Chandrayaan – 3 launch vehicle (LVM3) in the realization of many of the Avionics packages for this LVM3 mission including On-board computers, Navigation system, Control Electronics, Telemetry, Power systems etc. In addition, ATL realized Interface packages including SLRU-BS, SCOUT-A, Power switching modules (EMA-PSM), Cryo, stage safe Arm relay units, strain Gauge balancing units, and other vehicle interface units.

It has also realized many major satellite systems for the Chandrayaan-3 program including Telemetry, Telecommand, power management systems, and DC-DC converters. “The quality of systems and packages realized by ATL were excellent and these systems performed very well,” said the ATL founder and Chairman & Managing Director Pavuluri Subba Rao. He thanked the ISRO for reposing confidence in ATL

It has been into the manufacturing of various electronics as well as mechanical sub-systems for ISRO’s launch vehicles, satellites, spacecraft payloads, and ground systems; in addition, to providing geospatial data and services for a host of multi-sectoral developmental projects in the country. ATL is also been manufacturing critical aerospace sub-systems for India’s strategic sector as well in the areas of electronics and mechanical subsystems, such as avionics packages, sensors, communication systems, sophisticated flight systems, and so on.

The company has also established exclusive facilities at Thiruvananthapuram for supporting ISRO in the fabrication, assembly, testing, and supply of sophisticated electronic packages, computer systems, and various sub-systems for launch vehicles and integrating of launch vehicles, etc. Similarly, the ATL had also recently set up its large-sized facility in Bengaluru for the manufacturing of satellites. He also highlighted ATL having provided ISRO ‘zero-defect manufacturing support’ to 74 launch vehicles and 94 spacecraft over these years.

Dr. Subba Rao emphatically added that ATL, as a dedicated aero-space company, is fully geared-up to take strides in the country’s space sector activities and other strategic programs as a co-traveler nation’s resolve on becoming ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’.