Articles about Antrix Corporation
30 Oct 2020Business
In a major setback for Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of ISRO, a federal court in the US has directed it to pay a compensation of $1.2 billion to Bengaluru-based start-up, Devas Multimedia, for canceling a 2005 satellite deal.
10 Jan 2018Business
India's only Google Lunar XPRIZE (GLXP) finalist, Bengaluru's space-tech startup TeamIndus's Moonshot mission hit a major roadblock.
21 Nov 2017India
The ISRO has said it plans to launch for the first time a rocket completely built by private players by 2020-21.
30 Oct 2017India
Private Indian companies will soon be joining hands with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for a Joint Venture (JV) to build launch vehicles, something which has been "out-of-bounds" for private firms so far.
21 Jul 2017India
ISRO's commercial and marketing arm, Antrix Corporation, earned Rs. 45.2cr from the 29 foreign nano-satellites launched on 23 June along with its Cartosat-2 satellite.
16 Jun 2017India
The ISRO has achieved remarkable feats this year, first with launching 104 satellites in a single go in February and second with the launch of India's heaviest satellite GSLV Mark III.
02 May 2017India
The CBI has got the go ahead to prosecute former ISRO and Antrix officials over their alleged involvement in the Antrix-Devas scandal.
25 Apr 2017Technology
ISRO's Space Applications Centre has developed an Android app to compute the solar energy potential of a particular location.
24 Apr 2017Technology
ISRO is trying to take up the number of launches per year from seven to 12, by building more satellites and lowering cost of operations.