The 300-gm satellite costing Rs 1 crore will be built under the monitoring of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and with the help of ITCA.
Press Trust of India | July 19, 2022 | 03:16 PM IST
Bengaluru: The MS Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (MSRUAS) will build a student satellite "Ramaiah Sat" coinciding with 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' to commemorate 75 years of Indian independence.
The MSRUAS under Gokula Education Foundation (medical) on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Technology Congress Association (ITCA) to develop and build the nano satellite which will be launched in August 2022.
The 300-gm satellite costing Rs 1 crore will be built under the monitoring of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and with the help of ITCA which is the nodal agency for building 75 students satellite mission. MSRUAS Vice-Chancellor Professor Kuldeep K Raina and ITCA President L V Muralikrishna Reddy, inked the pact in the presence of Chancellor M R Jayaram, and Chief Executive M R Sreenivasa Murthy, among others.
Professor Raina said it is an opportunity to showcase MSRUAS's prowess in space technology. "Ramaiah Sat is a 1.6 kg class satellite with a 300 grams IoT (Internet of Things) payload for monitoring other satellites", an MSRUAS statement said.
ISRO will launch the satellite with UHF and VHF links with a satellite ground station at MSRUAS's Peenya Campus. "The Satellite mission functional attributes are water quality monitoring, providing wireless communication network in remote areas, passive radar for weather monitoring and fisherman SOS", it said.
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