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Antrix Corporation Limited is a wholly owned Government of India Company under the administrative control of the Department of Space, Government of India. Antrix Corporation Limited was incorporated as a private limited company owned by Government of India, in September 1992 as a Marketing arm of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for promotion and commercial exploitation of space products, technical consultancy services and transfer of technologies developed by ISRO. Another major objective is to facilitate development of space related industrial capabilities in India.

As the commercial and marketing arm of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Antrix is engaged in providing Space products and services to international customers worldwide. Antrix, which is an INR 950 Cr. (Approx. US$ 200 Mn) Company in 2007-08 got the "Miniratna" status by the Government of India in 2008.

With fully equipped state-of-the-art facilities, Antrix provides end to end solution for any of the space products, ranging from supply of hardware and software including simple subsystems to a complex spacecraft, for varied applications covering communications, earth observation, scientific missions; space related service including remote sensing data series, Transponders lease service; Launch services through the operational launch vehicles (PSLV and GSLV); Mission support services; and a host of consultancy and training services are also offered by Antrix.

With the versatility of products and services being marketed, Antrix caters to a prestigious clientele including some of the leading space companies across the globe - EADS Astrium, Intelsat, Avanti Group, World space, Inmarsat, World Sat, DLR, KARI, Eutelsat, OHB Systems and several other Space Institutions in Europe, Middle East and South East Asian countries.

Antrix Vision:

" To emerge as a globally significant space company,
fully utilizing the strengths of
ISRO and other Indian Entities in the field of space "

Indian space programme driven by vision of Dr Vikram Sarabhai considered as the father of Indian Space Programme.
PSLV on Launch Pad Bangalore City from Cartosat-2 Moon craters from Chandrayan-1

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