Satellite services in India
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Satellite services in India

on

  • 1,076 views

This ppt. is a brief survey about satellites by ISRO and their use in the field.

This ppt. is a brief survey about satellites by ISRO and their use in the field.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,076
Views on SlideShare
1,076
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
2
Comments
2

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • wow......well described the Indian progress in space........ISRO mark and satellites used for that application at top of each slide is a good concept.....
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • good slides sir.....informative.....
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Satellite services in India Satellite services in India Presentation Transcript

  • Satellite Services in India Presentation by , 1] Sandeep Mishra 2] Sanket Yavalkar [1,2] Sardar Patel Institute of Technology , Mumbai ME(EXTC)
  • Contents….1)Satellite Application Overview2)Usages of Satellite in India :I. BroadcastingII. DTHIII. Remote SensingIV. Relief and RecoveryV. Search and RescueVI. NavigationVII.In Flight data and voice communicationVIII.Global ATMIX. Future AviationX. Package TrackingXI. Planetary ScienceXII.Education and operative clinicalXIII.Flood Control3)Conclusion.
  • Satellite Application Overview Services & ApplicationsCommunications GPS/Navigation• Wireless Networks • Position location• Messaging • Timing• Telephony • Land/Sea Rescue• Mobile Satellite • Mappingphones• Internet Backbone• VSAT’s Broadband• Credit Card Validation • Tele-Medicine • Tele-EducationRemote Sensing •• Oil pipeline monitoring Videoconferencing• Rail Management• Infrastructure Planning Entertainment• Forest Fire Prevention • Direct to Consumer TV• Urban Planning • Broadcast and Cable Relay• Flood and Storm • DARSwatches• Air Pollution Support Servicesmanagement Launch Vehicles Ground Equipment Insurance Manufacturing
  • 1]Broadcasting INSAT- 3A,INSAT-3C Newsgathering – First choice for live coverage, providing high-bandwidth video links from remote locations to capture “breaking news”.Program Delivery – Primary feeds for network TV andradio broadcasts to affiliates and cable TV head-ends
  • INSAT-2]Direct-to-Home (DTH) 4CR
  • 3]Remote Sensing IRS- P4,CARTOSAT- 2, OCEANSAT-2• Provides scientific, industrial, civil, military and individual users with high- resolution images for: • natural resource monitoring • urban and utility/telecom planning • agricultural assessments • insurance and risk management • oil and gas exploration • mapping • natural disaster/emergency response • national/regional security
  • 4]Relief and Recovery INSAT- 3A,RISAT-2• Physical damage and enormous demand stressed terrestrial networks during attacks • Satellite phones became a lifeline for emergency workers, government and military planners • News organizations relied on satellite phones and satellite trucks to report from the scene • Satellite broadcasters supplied NY cable companies with local broadcast signals using DBS, once their terrestrial networks were damaged
  • 5]Search and rescue GSAT-5P, HAMSAT, CARTOSAT-1 16July 2010 12 August 2010 [8] CARTOSAT-1 photographs of Leah town
  • 6]Navigation Kalpana- 1,IRS-P3, IRS-P6• A military system that is now central to the lives of millions of civil and commercial users • Public safety dispatch – improves response time • Search and Rescue – locates emergency calls • Air Traffic Control – guides planes in all weather • Telecommunications – primary timing source, E-911 enabler • Transportation – tracks trains, trucks, vital shipments• Underpins indian Warfighting • Precision Munitions • Cruise Missiles • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • 7]In-Flight Voice and DataCommunications [7]
  • 8]Global ATM INSAT-4B,INSAT- 4C,GSAT-5P ATM Space Two-way CommBroadcast System SatellitesSatellites Navigation Satellites (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS) Network Centric ATM_213 [7]
  • 9]Future of AviationCurrently providing secure and reliable voice and data communications In-flight data and voice communications for Crew, Air Marshals and passengers Establishing specialized secure communications for airplanes, airports, seaports, and border control. Enable Search and RescueNext Generation Satellite Services Global Air Traffic Management Black Box Alternatives Advanced passenger and safety services [7]
  • IMS- 10]Package Tracking 1,RISAT-2Allowing the customer to track the position of its container fleet in real time with the help of GPSModems attached to cargo containers track their location as they are hauled by truck, boat or planeGlobal positioning system (GPS) information on each container is automatically sent back to a central control office via satelliteCurrently, in-flight package tracking is limited [5]
  • Chandraya11]Planetary Science na 1 Chandrayana 1: Chandrayaan-1 is the first mission towards the dream. Chandrayana droped 23kg moon impact probe, carrying indian flag and scientific instruments including cameras and measuring nd instruments. is planning 2 moon mission in ISRO2013 which Russion Fedral Space Agency is joining withISROChandrayanaLander/Rover.  for developing 2 : The rover would move on wheels on thelunar surface, pick up samples of soil or rocks, do achemical analysis and send the data to the spacecraftorbiting above.
  • Distance Classroom EDUSAT , INSAT-Education 3B• 20 September 2004 launch ofEDUSAT & it is placed in the 36,000 kmhigh geostationary orbit and co-locatedwith INSAT-3C and KALPANA-1•. In the first phase of pilot projects,Kuband transponder on board INSAT-3B, which is already in orbit, is beingused•Visveswaraiah TechnologicalUniversity (VTU) is the main beneficiaryof this pilot project. Under this project,all engineering colleges of VTU arebeing networked with 100 nodes.Besides Karnataka, the Y. B. ChavanState Open University, Nasik inMaharashtra and the Rajiv GandhiTechnical University in Madhya Pradeshare covered
  • CARTOSAT-13] Flood Control 2, RISAT-2 [1]
  • Conclusion
  • Openings for Telecommengineers……. [4]
  • References:[1]Younes Daneshbod , “Flood Zone Investigation by using Satellite and AerialImagery ”.[2] P V Raju,“Flood Disaster Risk Reduction Using ICT AND Space Technology ”,Available: http://www.docstoc.com[3] Dr. Prakash D. Vyavahare, Developments in Indian TelecommunicationInfrastructure”, Available: http://www.sgsit.edu.[4] “Headlines Today”, New Delhi of 27th October 2008.[5] http://www.isro.org[6]http://www.gps-tracking-india.com[7] http://www.sia.org[8] http://www.mha.nic.in
  • Thank You……………