Earlier this month Govt approved Indian Space Policy – 2023. Under this policy ISRO has been asked to transfer mature systems to the industry for commercial exploitation. NSIL is to focus on commercialising. The policy states that ISRO, as the national space agency will focus primarily on the research and development of new space technologies and applications and on expanding the human understanding of outer space.
Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (IN-SPACe) shall function as an autonomous government organisation, mandated to promote, handhold, guide and authorise space activities in the country.
It lso permits non-government entities (NGEs) to offer national and international space-based communication services, through self-owned, procured or leased geostationary orbit (GSO) and non-geostationary satellite orbit (NGSO) satellite systems.
Industry leaders have welcomed the policy and described it as a futuristic one that will position India and launch the Indian Space Sector in the 21st century.
1. Group Captain Ajey Lele (Retd.), Consultant, MP-IDSA
2. Ratan Srivastava, Independent Consultant on Aerospace
3. Pavitra Goel, Head, Marketing & Strategy, Lohia Aerospace & Defence
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