Ananth Technologies Played Crucial Role in the Launch of GSLV F14, Provided 55 Modules for Launch Vehicle


New Delhi: Ananth Technologies Limited (ATL) played a crucial role in the launch of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) F14 and the INSAT 3DS satellite.

Last week on February 17, the company in a release stated, “We are delighted to announce the successful launch of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle F14 (GSLV F14) by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). This achievement marks another milestone in India’s space exploration endeavours, and we are proud to highlight the significant contribution made by Ananth Technologies to the success of this mission.”

The satellite INSAT-3DS was placed by the GSLV F14 placed into Geosynchronous orbit with a six-channel imager, 19-channel sounder, data relay transponder (DRT), and satellite-aided search and rescue transponder (SAS&R) as payloads. The company release said, “It enhances meteorological observations and monitoring of land and ocean surfaces for weather forecasting and disaster warning. The flawless execution of the launch underscores the expertise and dedication of the entire team involved in the mission.”

Hyderabad based Ananth Technologies Limited has launched 98 satellites and 78 launch vehicles for Indian space programs. According to Ananth Technologies claims, its team of technologists deployed advanced technological contributions. “Our team has been actively involved in the manufacturing of 55 modules for launch vehicles, viz. navigation electronics, sensor interface modules, safety and arming units, telemetry interfaces – key components that contributed to the overall success of the mission,” stated the company.

Ananth Technologies Limited (ATL) has supplied the complete power control system, solar array generation system, power distribution system, DC-DC power converters, and star sensors.

“At ATL we view quality as a non-negotiable aspect of our commitment to our customers of the aerospace community. It is not just a goal; it is embedded in our culture,” Dr Subba Rao Pavuluri, CMD, Ananth Technologies Limited stated.

He said, “We are thrilled to have been a part of this GSLV F14 launch, which showcases the collaborative efforts between ISRO and the private sector. The success of this mission not only demonstrates the prowess of Indian space technology but also reflects the commitment and excellence of our team at ATL. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with ISRO on future missions.”

Associated with defence programs, Ananth Technologies Limited is a key contributor to missile programs. ATL has been involved in telemetry, navigation, control systems, seekers, power amplifiers, laser and optical systems. Headquartered in Hyderabad, ATL also established extensive facilities for satellite manufacturing and has dedicated facilities in Thiruvananthapuram for launch vehicles-related activities.