• KOREA 25 Jun 2022 19:27
  • INDIA 25 Jun 2022 15:57

On the other hand, the Defence and Science Attaches and DG Kim, KOTRA visited Ananth Technologies to exchange thoughts in expertise around Digital, Analog,RF/Microwave, Lasers, FPGA, Power and Embedded Software with comprehensive manufacturing (SMT lines) and testing facilities to produce sophisticated systems.

Ananth Technologies, incorporated in 1992, supports the growth of the Indian economy through leveraging aerospace technologies. Their twin offerings include the manufacture of critical aerospace systems and high-value geospatial services. It is a strong and reliable partner in both the local and global aerospace supply chains. Their systems have been integral in about 50 launch vehicles and close to 100 space crafts. In addition, Ananth’s Geospatial services enable activities across the spectrum from town planning to infrastructure building. Expertise, Quality, and Focus are the guiding principles at Ananth.

Mr. Gp Captain VVSR Krishna (retd.), General Manager, Anath Tech, guided the delegation to their testing facilities centre, which conform to a wide range of relevant standards including: Thermal cycling chambers, humidity chambers, vibration and shock tables, bump test machine, acceleration test system, rate table, spin test facility up to 20,000 rpm, pressure test chamber.

The delegation then headed to Production Facilities at Ananth. Mr. Chaterjee, General Manager, Anath tech explained that the Production facilities conform to a wide range of relevant standards including: Class 100,000 Clean Room, ISRO Certified facilities for Aerospace production, Trained and Certified manpower, Automated production line, Surface Mount, Through-Hole & mixed PCB Assembly, Fine Pitch Components (0.10 mm pitch), BGA Placement, Assembly and Rework facility, Potting and conformal coating facility, Radiation shielding for space systems, Encapsulation of electronics for high ‘g’ applications, Harnessing & Packaging of flight cables etc.

The delegation discussed the possible ways of connecting Indian and Korean aerospace technologies.