Bangalore, Karnataka, India:At the Aero India 2013 in Bangalore, city based Reality to Aerospace major Sattva Group and International Institute of Advanced Aerospace Technologies (IIAAT), St. Petersburg, Russia, announced a collaborative partnership in Aerospace sectors.
Russia has been the largest supplier of Defence equipment to India and offers huge potential for such partnership. This augurs well in the backdrop of indigenous development efforts and technology transfer programs of Govt. of India as well as private companies in critical areas.
IIAAT Holding JSC, part of the SKOLKOVO Foundation set up with a capital of US $2 Bn in Russia, is a premier aerospace research, development and training establishment.
Bijay Agarwal, Chairman, Sattva Group, said
, “This collaboration will contribute in technology and academics by facilitating grass-root level knowledge empowerment for our youth. It will assist scientists involved in design and development of sophisticated aerospace vehicles and weapons, support infrastructure and encourage sustainable future.”
Dr. Alexander Nebylov, Honored Scientist of Russian Federation and Director, IIAAT
, “Sattva Group supports the synergy we bring together and we are pleased to take our positive past experiences forward. Our achievements and future endeavours will help create right paradigm shift and motivate other Indian aerospace firms to focus on R&D in Aerospace based hardware and Software projects.”
Sattva and IIAAT are developing full-fledged Aerospace Vehicle Flexibility and Dynamic Simulation Software including simulating flexibility, structural mechanics, dynamics, control systems, motion and navigation. The two have an ongoing collaboration for Orlan family of UAVs, primarily focused at civilian applications.
Sattva Group has two Independent Business Units (IBUs) – Sattva e-Tech which is into embedded technologies and Sattva Aero Accessories and Systems (AASPL) the Aerospace vertical that offers Design & Development, Production, Testing, Product Support and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) services for aerospace and Defence applications.
On product front, Sattva AASPL has developed Actuators(Hydraulics, Electro-hydraulic and Electro-mechanical), Electrical Motors with controllers, Electrical Generators and Alternators, Duel Ignition coils for Jet Engines and Special Purpose Test Rigs. On the services it provides Design Engineering Services, Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO), and Testing of Generators, Motors and Actuators.
N V Maslekar, MD, Sattva eTech said
, “We build embedded products from concept to manufacture for global markets. At Aero India, Sattva eTech has displayed generator control units, interface boards, CPU boards, and acquisition systems among others. Sattva AASPL is showcasing their range of generators, motors and actuators.”.
Bangalore and St. Petersburg are both known as Aviation hubs in their respective countries, with a fully developed ecosystem with rich resources and domain expertise.
For more information: Sattva eTech: www.sattvaetech.com
, Sattva ASSPL: www.aaspl.co.in
and IIAAT: http://iiaat.guap.ru
Mr. Kalai Selvan J, Sattva Group, +91 (80) 41102785 / 25745590