About CASR

The Centre for Aerospace Research came into being in the year 2001 and focuses on Advancing Research in Aerospace sciences. The centre is having adequate design, analysis and computational capabilities to take up problems in high speed and low speed flows, structure, aero-thermal effect and composites. The applications software being regularly employed include MSC-NASTAN, STAR-CD,CFX,I_DEAS and tascflow. For carrying out experimental studies in the thrust areas, the Centre is having laboratories and facilities with specialized equipment. Currently CASR, is spearheading a programme on Design and Development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and have succeeded innovative various societal applications. Presently, CASR accomplished yet another milestone by becoming India’s 1st Remote pilot Training Organisation (RPTO) under UAS Rules 2021. The CASR Remote Pilot Training Organisation has been registered under the UAS rules 2021 of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

To continuously upgrade the Research activities and provide solutions in product development by using the latest advancements in the Aerospace domain.

• To offer Research and Development platform for realization
• To provide R&D facilities for the beneficiary of society
• Reach out the Drone technology to Villages (One village, one drone)
• Offer solutions for Technology transformations and product development