How can India, Inc. be a part of the space race?
The global space industry is expected to be worth about $1 trillion by 2040, and India hopes to tap into this increasingly lucrative market.
The global space industry is expected to be worth about $1 trillion by 2040. India hopes to tap into this increasingly lucrative market, but the country presently holds only about 2% of the world’s space economy. To change that, it is now encouraging private players to drive innovation in space technology.
Will the recent opening up of this sector help meet its space goals? How can space tech startups bring in solutions to resolve ground problems? And will Indian space tourism be a reality in the coming years?
In this edition of WorklifeIndia, we discuss how Indian businesses can get ahead in the space race.
Presenter: Devina Gupta
Contributors: Rahul Vatts, Director, OneWeb India; Chirag Doshi, MD & CEO, Walchandnagar Industries; Pawan Chandana, Founder & CEO, Skyroot Aerospace
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