Centum Electronics on Tuesday opened a ₹ 50 crore new space facility here. It was inaugurated by Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) K Sivan, the Bangaluru-based diversified electronics company said in a statement.
The new brownfield facility will create 250 new jobs, CMD of Centum Group, Apparao Mallavarapu said.
Centum is a leading electronics industry partner for ISRO and is involved in the design, development, qualification and productionisation of electronic modules, subsystems and systems for multiple applications in satellites and aunch vehicles, Mallavarapu said.
“Keeping in mind the growing number of missions of ISRO, we have made significant investments to ensure we can deliver products with the right quality, technology and in required quantities to be a trusted partner for ISRO,” he said.
CENTUM ELECTRONICS designs, develops and manufactures customized, complex products for Defence and Space customers. The company is a leading industry partner for India’s DRDO labs, Defence PSUs as well as the ISRO having delivered mission critical electronics on major missile, radar, electronic warfare & satellite applications. Centum’s unique microelectronics capability enables the development of lightweight, high reliability electronics for on-board applications.
Founded in 1994 in Bangalore, India, Centum has rapidly grown into a diversified electronics company with operations in North America, EMEA and Asia. The company offers a broad range of products and services across different industry segments. Centum has also established truly world-class manufacturing facilities with cutting edge infrastructure as well as a global supply chain capable of delivering products with high quality and reliability.
~ With Inputs from PTI