In early September Precious Payload participated in Indian Technology Congress 2019. It was held in NIMHANS Convention Centre in Bangalore. Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka, the center of the national high-tech industry. The congress focused on human digitalization and future intelligence and with a special theme on “The New Space Horizon: An Emerging Ecosystem for Student Built Satellites”.
Dozens of nanosatellites student teams took part in the event due to the 75 Student Satellites initiative of Indian Technology Congress Association (ITCA). ITCA has initiated an ambitious national student space project in collaboration with Indian and International tech-space organizations. The 75 Student Satellites Mission 2022 is designed to build and launch 75 spacecraft next 3 years to attract future scientists and engineers to the space sector.
Andrey Maksimov, CEO and co-founder of Precious Payload, appeared as a speaker at the event. He was talking about our online mission management service for young space teams. Here’s a video record of Precious Payload’s presentation: