NEW DELHI: Minister of State for Railways, Suresh Angadi on Monday said that the Indian Railways will be well served by the deployment of 2600 MSS terminals designed and developed by wireless communication and semiconductor solutions company Saankhya Labs in partnership with ISRO and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL).
Bengaluru-based Saankhya Labs is the Satcom technology partner for BEL in the RTIS project.
Saankhya Labs supplied the Satcom modems and hub-side equipment for RTIS project. The end-to-end solution was indigenously designed, developed and manufactured in India, and powered by Saankhya’s patented Software Defined Radio (SDR) chipsets, according to the company.
“I am delighted to see cutting-edge indigenous technology being deployed in the service of the nation. This is a very important initiative by the Indian Railways in partnership with ISRO, BEL, and Saankhya Labs,” Angadi said.
The benefits of the project, according to him, would be far-reaching and help the railways improve upon its operational efficiency include timings and safety, and the system generates huge volumes of data in real time that will further help streamline operations of the Indian Railways.