Prof Ravindran Paramesran of University of Malaya, Malaysia has said that India is fast emerging a leader in the navigation system.
Participating in the international conference on ‘Navigation Systems and Signal Processing Applications’ conducted by the Acharya Nagarjuna University College of Engineering and Technology (ANUCET) on the second day Saturday, he said that an advanced system was developed by him which would automatically repair signals, video and image.
He further said that the image quality assessment by discrete orthogonal movements was very helpful in the innovative system.Paramesran asked students to make good use of the latest technologies to acquire knowledge and command over science topics.
Associate director of SHAR-ISRO, Y Seshagiri Rao, said that similar conditions on Earth and Mars were helpful in the success of ‘Mars Mission’. He explained the similarities between the two planets.
Scientists from Bangalore, MV Chandrasekhar and Anu Arora explained about emergency source code usage in the navigation system and design of retro reflect payload for launch of satellites.
Another scientist, G Vyas, explained about the new innovation of ‘Time to First Fix’ technology and ISRO scientists explained about the satellite launch process.
ANU vice-chancellor, K Viyyanna Rao and rector, Y P Ramasubbaiah, addressed the students.