*G. Satheesh Reddy*
He is an Indian Aerospace Scientist and by and by Scientific Adviser to Raksha Mantri and Director General, Missiles and Strategic Systems. Satheesh by and by points and steers Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Missile Complex, The Missile Hub of India. Prior, Satheesh filled in as Director of the Defense Research and Development Organization, Research Center Imarat a key lab of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Missile Complex, and a propelled community for plan, advancement, and conveyance of flying frameworks for rockets and different applications. Reddy spearheaded numerous mechanical improvements for Indian Missiles and has made noteworthy commitments towards fruitful flight testing of the nation's lady intercontinental ballistic rocket Agni-Vmission. In June 2015 he was delegated logical counselor to the safeguard priest of India. He was instrumental in indigenous outline and improvement of best in class weapon frameworks, rocket innovations, detailing of national strategies and made the nation a reckonable Missile control on the planet.
Satheesh drove the Research Center Imarat lab and as Program Director, effectively led the improvement of medium-range surface-to-air rocket program which scored a cap trap in its initial three back to back missions. The President and Defense Minister of India expanded they're all the best for the group. Satheesh adulated his whole group behind the effective mission and said "It is a quantum hop in air protection ability, the rocket effectively caught a moving air-breathing target copying an assaulting battle airship. It was a flawless dispatch accomplishing all the mission parameters". Satheesh drove numerous indigenisation endeavors and made maintained commitments for fortifying MSMEs for making India confident in basic frameworks, parts and advancements, amid his deliver to the representatives of Confederation of Indian Industry he said "Import of Defense innovation may murder development in Indian organizations and it ought to be permitted just when there is no homegrown innovation accessible."