Six MoUs signed between India, Australia to further collaborations in Space-Tech

With the view to drive India’s Space sector through Startup Ecosystem and inculcate scientific temper among the younger generation, the seventh edition of the biennial Bengaluru Space Expo (BSX-2022) was held at the BIEC (Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre). It was organised by industry body CII, in association with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (IN-SPACe) and Space PSU NewSpace India Limited (NSIL).

Australia and India have signed six space industry MoU at the Bengaluru Space Expo (BSX) 2022.

  • HEX20 – Skyroot Aerospace: For launch services, spacecraft avionics and components for Australian space initiatives.
  • QL Space – Skyroot Aerospace: To develop launch facilities in Australia and support joint mineral exploration missions in space.
  • QL Space – GalaxEye: To develop a hybrid optic and radar payload.
  • QL Space – SatSure: To build satellite and Al-based solutions.