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Welcome to Karnataka - The Knowledge Hub of Asia

SRI B. S. offering investment potential like no other State in the country. Supported by rich natural resources and progressive policies. YEDDYURAPPA Hon'ble Chief Minister MESSAGE Welcome to Karnataka. a vision for this one State with many opportunities. by providing employment to all sections of people and regions of the State. the State presents its investors with the right blend of strengths and opportunities. One new global company moves into our State every week and a new industrial unit is approved every day. Our rich natural resources. Each of our 30 districts is unique in its own right. We would like to assure all investors that the State Government would extend the fullest cooperation and support for the timely implementation of their projects. It gives me immense pleasure and pride to showcase Karnataka’s potential at the Global Investors Meet 2010. quality education. Vision 2020 for Karnataka seeks to propel a holistic growth by promoting equitable development of sectors and districts. Yeddyurappa Chief Minister of Karnataka “Karnataka’s capital Bangalore is a brand the world identifies India with. B. We have witnessed rapid and unparalleled growth across our knowledge-based sectors. the Knowledge Hub of Asia. The State’s entrepreneurial spirit in innovations and R&D has given us recognition world over. It is also the single biggest reason why India has become such a hot investment destination. I have a dream. talented workforce and a strong economy have propelled the State to become a preferred investment destination. This vision. I would like to congratulate the investors for choosing our State and wish them grand success in their ventures.” Manmohan Singh Prime Minister of India . Karnataka is a State of action. combined with our passion for excellence will drive the economy to greater heights. proactive Government policies. S. decent living conditions and life security for all our citizens. With best wishes. It will also focus on ensuring excellent infrastructure. Over 700 MNCs are already reaping the advantages of making Karnataka their home.

Availability of highly skilled and technically qualified human resource has been the key force driving the Aerospace manufacturing segment in the State I invite all of you to explore opportunities of mutual growth and invest in our State. which lends it a coveted space in the sector in the country. This will get us a step closer to fulfilling the State’s Vision 2020 for holistic growth. the government has shown its clear intent in supporting the growth of this industry. Karnataka has over 100 R&D institutes. I welcome you to The Global Investors Meet 2010. I would like to take this opportunity to share with you some of the salient features of the aerospace sector that would further accelerate growth in the State. Our Hon’ble Chief Minister desires that this mega event results in doubling of investments and employment opportunities with accelerated industrialisation across the State in the next few years. Karnataka has over 60 years of experience in this Sector and attributes to more than a quarter of India’s aircraft . Bangalore has been the home of aviation and aerospace manufacturing. including Defence Research and Development Organisation and Indian Space Research Organisation.and . This meet brings together leading entrepreneurs. and cutting edge R&D in India.spacecraft manufacturing. Come let’s join hands and build a prosperous Karnataka. By providing for the country’s first Aerospace SEZ. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. NIRANI Hon'ble Minister for Large & Medium Industries 06 07 07 08 08 08 09 11 12 Agriculture Manufacturing MESSAGE On behalf of the Government of Karnataka. MURUGESH R. investors and experts to showcase the potential of Karnataka.CONTENTS KARNATAKA: LAND OF PLENTY Snapshot Economic Growth SRI MURUGESH R. NIRANI Minister for Large & Medium Industries References . Indian Institute of Science. National Aeronautics Limited. Services Karnataka’s contribution to India’s economy Infrastructure and resources Skilled manpower Karnataka Policies: Calling investors AEROSPACE: ON A HIGH The global scenario The Indian scenario Advantage Karnataka Investments in aerospace Strengths and Opportunities The high-fliers LAND BANK APPENDIX Contact us Websites 14 16 18 21 24 26 29 30 30 31 31 With best wishes.

therefore. km. Shimoga.976 km2. Gadad-Betageri.791 sq.028 Ankola. 2010. • Eighth-largest State in the Union of India. Davangere. vast natural resources. Gulbarga. Tumkur and Udupi Bangalore. horticulture and agro-processing are important activities being encouraged by State Government. will impact literacy rate. • Karnataka is one of the country’s largest producers of fruits and vegetables and No. Bagalkot. Maharashtra (North). Bangalore. 52. Economic growth • One of India’s fastest-growing States. Mangalore. This. • Since 2003-04. Karwar Prominent airports Prominent ports 06 07 .1% of the population (around 52 million). Andhra Pradesh (East). Apart from nurturing the globally recognised Silicon Valley of India – Bangalore – the State has emerged a prized destination for not only Information Technology.6% 30 270 27. Kar nataka is one of India’s fastest-growing States. Bangalore Bangalore 191. • Software is State’s star performer. Further. Tamil Nadu (S-E) and Kerala (S-W). Biotechnology. Karnataka’s world-famous engineer Industrial Revolution alone can spur economic growth of India. has organised the Global Investors Meet in Bangalore on June 3-4. Belgaum. km. Karnataka has a strong industrial base and a vibrant service sector. showcasing the investment opportunities in the State. • The State has the largest sericulture in the country. 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 Per Capita Income (Rs. Heavy Construction Machinery and Equipment. • Karnataka is the second-largest producer of milk in India. Raichur. the State growth has pushed the levels of per capita income higher than the national average. between 74° E and 78° E longitudes.Karnataka: Land of Plenty ‘Industrialise or perish’ – Sir M Visvesvaraya. Chikmagalur. Bidar. and 11° N and 18° N latitudes. Mysore. • Located in the South-Western part of the country. Mangalore New Mangalore. • 5. lifestyle and income levels for our future generatrion.) at Current Prices Karnataka India 50974 46731 41902 42749 37969 33684 32825 36327 29678 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Source: CSO Directorate of Economics and Statistics. • Area: 191.8% of India’s land area and is home to 5. software exports form 35% plus of country’s software exports. Hubli-Dharwad. salubrious climate. Sericulture and Floriculture. Bijapur. The Government of Karnataka. shoreline along the Arabian Sea.562 276 Rs. Dandeli. • Secondary sector contributes more than a quarter of GSDP • State contributes 5% of national income. in turn. the result of which has seen the emergence of Karnataka as the ‘Knowledge Hub of Asia’.) Per capita income Percentage of urban population Literacy rate Number of districts Number of towns Number of villages Prominent cities Gold and Renewable Energy. Agriculture • Sustains about 63% of the population. 2 in floriculture. Karnataka: Snapshot Capital Area Population (Census 2001) Population density (per sq. but also Aerospace. • Situated on the convergence of the Western and Eastern Ghat ranges. proactive and growth-intensive Government policies lend the State an edge. • Borders Goa (N-W). Harihar. with a vast and diversified industrial base. • The State is pushing to diversify agricultural activity. The entrepreneurs here have already ventured into these sectors.850. Kolar.309 35% 66. Chitradurga. Mandya. 40.

08 09 . Largest producer of spices.5% of all FDI inflows into the country. Green and Clean Power.2% in the Nineties to 8. has second-largest number of protected monuments in India. • Bangalore.9% 1993-1994 2006-2007 Source: IDD. aromatic and medicinal crops. automobilie. • Karnataka is the first State to bring the private sector into higher education.224 8. aeronautics and food processing.7 crore consumers.394 38476. • State has the highest number of medical colleges in the country and is a hub of medical tourism. State’s contribution to India’s economy • No. Karnataka: Third Highest FDI Inflows (in USD million) 5369. Energy Efficiency. Capital Bangalore is the world’s fourth-largest technology cluster.9% Source: NSSO Power Karnataka’s three areas of concentration are: Energy Sufficiency. textile.000 crore are in various stages of implementation. • Industrial growth up from 6. Sectoral Composition Of Income 38% 56% 25% 28% • • • • • • • 1993-1994 2008-2009 36% 16% Services • The engine of growth in the State. 1 Investment Destination.6% 17. third-largest production in the country.400 41. • Largest area under horticulture. With a transmission network of 36.63 6850. • Third-largest producer of fruits and fifth-largest producer of vegetables in the country. Karnataka intends to meet the projected demand and make the State power-surplus by 2014 through a rapid expansion of power schemes. Second in area and third in production of plantation crops in the country. The Karnataka Government’s Vision 2020 seeks to remove the sectoral and regional disparities by encouraging diversified economic activity in all regions of the State. electrical. Popular tourist destination. • State has the second-largest iron ore reserves in India. Second-largest producer of tobacco in the country.95 22101. • Contributes 9.231 854 87.542 CKMs and 1205 stations. Fourth among States in foreign technology transfer approvals. Cr) 35. the State Capital. Govt.Manufacturing • It is well-diversified. • Karnataka leads in biotechnology and nanotechnology.33 Source: DIPP (inflow from April 2000 to February 2010) Share Of Employment 23% 26. the State distributes power to 1. • Contributes 70% of India’s coffee production. • More than a third of India’s software exports from State. • One of India’s most progressive states. • Third-largest producer of steel in the country.96 Source: CSO Infrastructure and resources It’s the goal of State to double investment from the present 4.432 253 1. 87. 6. • State was the first in India to set up a Software Technology Park in 1991. and by raising upgrading skills in the labour force through vocational training. of Karnataka 66% 55.5 % of India’s production. Private sector partnership actively sought by an investor-friendly Government – more than 88 projects worth Rs. • Main industries are engineering. • Contributes 8% to India’s industrial income. • State’s Hutti mines are the only primary-gold producing source in the country.8% of India’s product exports. • Seventh-largest producer of cement in the country. the powerhouse of IT in the country. As the demand for power rises with the groth of the economy. • More than half of India’s biotech companies in State. Status of Infrastructure Projects (as on May 2010) Sector Transport logistics Urban and Municipal Infrastructure Tourism Energy Industrial Infrastructure Agri-Infrastructure Total Number of Projects 52 6 8 4 10 8 88 Value (Rs.9% per annum since 2000.62 6397. chemicals. produces 12% of fruits and 8% of vegetables grown in India. The first hydel power station in India was set up in Sivasamudram in 1902 and the longest transmission line at the then highest voltage in the world. was constructed to meet the needs of Kolar Gold Fields.5% of GSDP in infrastructure to meet the needs of a fast growing economy.3% 10. Third-highest FDI inflows among States in India with 6.

• Konkan Railway links Mangalore with Financial Capital of India. limestone. • Monorail projects in Bangalore.000 sq.000 km. dolomite. • 96 projects. Shimoga. ushering mobile TV. Hangarkatta.000 km road network in State. adds more than a million new subscribers each year. under various stages of implementation. Karnataka’s share of engineering degree and diploma holders is 10% in the country after Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Belekeri. • Hydel constitutes one-third power generation of the State. Aganashini. Gangavali (Bedthi). Air traffic • International airports at Bangalore and Mangalore. transparency in granting mineral concessions. magnesite. • Mysore airport has been upgraded for commercial traffic. Godavari. Cauvery and their tributaries. • Mobile towers in the State will go up from 3. copper. like the Western Ghats. • Targetted to add another 10. Sharavathy & Netravati. Water • Seven river systems – Krishna. Belgaum and Mangalore airports being upgraded. Honnavar. which was later revamped in 2008. iron. • Bangalore International Airport Limited can handle 3. sustainable development in eco-sensitive areas. • State possesses the fourth largest Internet subscriber base in the country. • Tadadi and Haldipur ports set for expansion on PPP basis. • Minerals found: Gold. Palar and the West flowing rivers in the Western Ghats: Kali. South Pennar. Roadways • More than 150. Karnataka has 15% or the largest number of such institutes in the country. manganese. emphasis on value addition. • With 1. • Policy emphasis on modern technology. • Leading hub of research and development institutes.670 hectares. Mineral resources • Geological setting for the State from Precambrian to recent formations provide 40. • Airports at Hubli and Belgaum cater to North Karnataka. chromite. Kundapur. • 174 mining leases have been issued by the Government for iron ore covering 18. and Northern States. • Airports planned at Hassan.000 towers by September. Skilled manpower • Third-largest pool of engineering graduates. of green stone belts. • About 50% of this water is available to the State. handled 8. North Pennar. • A helipad each is planed for all 30 districts. traffic in 2007-08 or 7% of the country’s total traffic in major ports. • Two mono rail projects in State Capital to decongest city traffic.64 MT of cargo in 2007-08 or 4% of India’s traffic in minor ports. they are in the process of expansion and upgradation. rail and sea connections already cater to high volumes of traffic in passengers and freight.km. road. • 3G services mean greater convergence between mobile and Internet services in the future.300 km railway line across State. Communication • 27. Karnataka Technical Skill Development Number of institutions 172 114 273 69 1162 103 Karnataka Non-Technical Skill Development Number of institutions 22 25 13 83 9 350 Engineering Colleges Medical. granite etc. Dental. Bellary. movie on demand.000 to 6. online gaming. silver. • Educational atmosphere in the State enhanced by institutes like the only 100-year-old Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). • Major port in New Mangalore handled more than 36. • Low-cost skilled manpower makes value-added manufacturing almost 60% cheaper than in Western Europe and the USA. video call. • Globally recognised higher-education centres. • High-speed rail link to the Bangalore airport on the cards. Padubidri and Old Mangalore. Shipping • Long shoreline of 300 km. Mumbai.162 ITIs.893. Bijapur & Gulbarga. • Karwar and Bidar defence airports being opened for civil traffic. Tadri. • Hubli. Ayurvedic and Unani Colleges Polytechnics Pharmacy Colleges Industrial Training Institutes R&D Centres Universities National Institutes International Schools Law Colleges Foreign Language Training Nursing Schools/ Colleges 10 11 . faster downloads and other services.Karnataka is well connected with rest of the world.7 million wireless subscribers in the State. • River systems together yield on an average 3475 TMC. Railways • 3. Bhatkal.02 MT. • 10 minor ports in Karwar. • A progressive State with a forward-looking mineral policy since 2000.000 passengers per hour and is the first private airport in the country. while the existing air. Malpe.

Gulbarga. Bidar.KARNATAKA POLICIES: CALLING INVESTORS The Government has targeted a balanced regional growth by creating development corridors in the State. connected by eight-lane roads. Koppal. Koppal. Kolar. warehouse and logistic facilities.75% to 100% stamp duty exemption on land sale deeds and loan documents registration. Haveri. • The State Government’s packages of incentives and concessions for new industrial investments. linking major industrial areas by national highways and rail links. components etc. .1 crore subsidy for effluent treatment plants. and matching natural resource capabilities. Shimoga. Mandya. 25 km on both sides of the corridor will be developed for industrial clusters.000 acres in each district acquired by the Karnataka Industries Areas Development Board (KIADB) for industrial development.Interest-free loan to an extent of 50% of the value of fixed assets at 25% of the assessed gross VAT for a period of 7 years extendable to 12 years. ironing out difficulties in creating the basic infrastructure before operationalising production facilities. Bellary. Shimoga & Mandya Pharmaceutical/BT Zone: Bangalore. Bagalkot. Gadag. KUM is a single contact point for all investors – from receiving a proposal to ensuring its implementation. Belgaum.50% limited to Rs. roads. . Shimoga. • Land Bank – More than 3. Dharwad & Others Sugar and Co-gen. • An investor-friendly responsive administration includes the Karnataka Udyog Mitra. Bagalkot. Mangalore. to delegate the powers of the Labour Commissioner to the Development Commissioner of SEZs and to extend incentives as below: • Exemption from State Taxes for all purchases from Domestic Tariff Area • Exemption from Stamp Duty • Exemption from Electricity Duty • Capital subsidy for common effluent treatment plant (maximum Rs. Steel Zone: Bellary. Power Zone: Bidar. Belgaum. connectivity through rails and ports etc.Land-conversion fine reimbursement of 75% to 100% for converting agricultural land to industrial use. • Special focus on skill development to enhance generation of technical manpower. Hubli-Dharwad. investor-friendly approach. during operation period. Bijapur & Chitradurga Media & Entertainment Zone: Bangalore Rural & Ramanagara Karnataka State Government Policy 2009-14 Karnataka’s investor-friendly and responsive administration has worked towards easing administrative procedures and implementing policy measures for faster and smoother industrial growth. include: . Belgaum. are: * Bidar-Bangalore via Chitradurga * Tumkur-Honnavar via Shimoga * Chitradurga-Mangalore via Shimoga-Udupi * Bangalore-Belgaum along National Highway 4 * Bidar-Gulbarga-Bellary-Hiriyur * Chitradurga-Hospet-Bagalkot-Bijapur • Sector-specific industrial zones and SEZs that match the natural resources and capabilities of a region with the industry requirements. • Karnataka State Industrial Policy 2009-14 enhance all such previous policies for a comprehensive. • The planned four major industrial corridors. • The State-level Single Window Clearance Committee and the State High Level Clearance Committee facilitate clearance of proposals in a speedy manner. set up more than a decade ago. Dharwad & Kolar Readymade Garments Zone: Bangalore Rural. . • Suvarna Karnataka Development Corridor programme connects most of the Tier II cities through a network of highways. Gadag & Raichur Cement Zone: Gulbarga.100% 5-year exemption on entry tax on raw materials. Kolar & Mandya Automobile Zone: Ramanagara. Shimoga. water. Mysore & Hassan Power Generation Zone: Raichur. 1crore per SEZ) Yadgir 12 13 .100% exemption on entry tax on plant and machineries for 3 years during implementation of the project. Chitradurga. inputs. Bagalkot.A State Policy for Special Economic Zones formulated as per Central SEZ Act 2005 & Rules 2006. Belgaum. satellite towns and sector-specific industrial zones. . with a view to provide a hassle-free environment for export production and to attract FDI. Tumkur. Bijapur. with cluster development in designated zones. Mandya & Dharwad IT/BT Zone: Mysore. Kolar. The objectives of this policy are to set up a single-point clearance to SEZ developers and units. townships. Bagalkot. Belgaum & Others Food Processing Zone: Bangalore Rural. . Davangere. . • Under the SKDC programme. Every part of the State is set to be supported with infrastructure projects to boost growth and employment. to facilitate and expedite establishing of SEZs. • Creation of world-class ready-to-use infrastructure through investments in power.

2 trillion Source: PwC 14 15 . military expenditure has been rising with the international war on terrorism. Moreover. there has been a surge in the market size as technology works to change the way the common man accesses information and makes his decisions. Commercial space infrastructure. there has been an increasing trend in outsourcing as firms look out for low cost manufacturing locations. Asia Pacific. government expenditure on space and satellite programmes was the sole driver of the space industry. India ranks amongst the top ten players in the space industry with its significant achievements in satellite launches. yielded an estimated revenue of US$ 83. Defence sales account for more than 80% of the total market typically dominated by the Government and public sector. India and the Middle East are the most promising drivers of the civil aviation market. For many years. On an average. while civil traffic has seen a spurt due to robust economic growth. while the growing private sector civil aviation has led to a broad-based expansion of the industry across the world.Aerospace: On a high The Global Scenario Global Aerospace Market 1% 5% military aircraft is also on the rise. The global aerospace industry has come a long way since the first flight was undertaken in 1903. The United States and Russia continue to dominate the launch space. MRO outsourcing is set to rise from 52% in 2006 to 65% by 2016. of which 28 carried commercial payloads. to imaging. that comprises satellite manufacturing and launching. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). moon mission etc. emerging economies have taken charge of leading global growth by recovering faster – China. with 69 orbital launches. Demand for Source: PwC. including launch vehicles.8 billion. Commercial airplane market is estimated to be a huge $ 3. while China has been rising in importance with record domestic launches. including India is set to gain from outsourcing of manufacturing as well as MRO activity. In the past decade. the fastest growing economies in Asia will lead change in the market space. Space Industry: There has also been considerable rise in the global space industry. satellites. Ariane France and others. while jets and helicopters account for less than 20% share. market size of commercial and defence aircraft was estimated at US$ 97 billion in 2007 . up 10. However. Total revenue for space products and services was estimated at US$ 91 billion in 2008.Maintenance. expertise and labour cost advantages. the Asia-Pacific is set to gain with its efficiency. which generated US$ 69. 12% 29% 53% Global aerospace industry enjoys high growth as military expenditures continue to rise and emerging economies take the lead in the civil aviation industry. globalisation and falling air fares.1 billion. While dominant players are based in Western Europe and the US. with increased military expenditure across the world. with Asia-Pacific set to be the largest air transport market in the world with 45% share of air travel. in-space platforms etc. 2009 Regionwise Demand In 2027 Number Of Commercial Airplanes Total Market Size: $ 3. Here again. European Space Agency (ESA). with Asia-Pacific accounting for 37% of the total market. navigation and telecommunications. showing a strong growth rate of 31% over the previous year. each with distinct market structures and drivers – military aircraft and light combat aircraft make up the bulk of the market. Changing landscape in civil aviation: Though the recession in 2008 in advanced countries has been a setback for the civil sector. while presently the industry is dominated by US and EU based companies. The highest revenue earner within the commercial satellite service sector was the direct-to-home television.2 trillion by 2027. estimated currently at US$ 250 billion. with rise in commercial applications that touch consumer homes directly through GPS receivers and satellite television. Repair and Overhaul -which is a major component of operating aircraft. rising incomes. ground stations.4% from the previous year. Prominent Global Companies: Boeing USA EADS Netherlands Lockheed Martin USA Northrop Grumman USA BAE Systems UK General Dynamics Raytheon United Technologies General Electric Finmeccanica Among the largest users of aerospace technology are the Department of Defense (USA). In addition there is sizeable MRO activity -. The global aerospace market has five main components.6 billion. According to research by Boeing. the aerospace industry spends more annually on MRO than on manufacturing or development. Fixed satellite services were the second highest earner at US$ 16.

effective from September 2008 has a mandatory offset requirement of a minimum of 30% for procurement of defence equipment in excess of Rs. growth in air traffic is expected to outperform the global average till 2025. • 100% FDI permitted under automatic route for MRO. even as the sector is open for public-private partnerships (PPPs). only direct offsets are allowed. both passenger and freight. Indian MRO segment has been growing at 11 percent and has not been affected significantly by the slowdown. 16 17 . flying training institutes and technical training institutes. India’s position in civil aviation improved from tenth to ninth position in 2007.The Indian Scenario The Indian aerospace industry is one of the fastest growing aerospace markets in the world. recovery has begun and the aviation sector is set to continue on its high growth trajectory. The Future: Going ahead. • Tax incentives are given for investing in Special Economic Zones. industrialists and professionals could work together for the industry • ISRO has successfully operationalised two major satellite systems namely Indian National Satellites (INSAT) for communication services and Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites for management of natural resources. Air traffic has been growing at almost 25% annually. Antrix. It is in the space industry that India has made even more significant strides – it is one of the six countries in the world that undertakes space launches with commendable work put in by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) through its commercial arm. there is a limit of 26% FDI in the manufacture of defence equipment. banking of direct offset credits permitted for up to two years. under the Government’s Planning Commission programmes. catering to heavier cargo and passenger traffic. India needs 856 airplanes worth $ 72. as the graph below shows. • Defence Offset Policy. India’s liberalised economy offers sound opportunities for international companies look to outsource manufacturing and MRO activities. Opening up the skies led to a boom in air traffic. till 2034. Private airlines now account for 75% of domestic aerospace market.6 billion by 2020. • 100% tax exemption for airport projects for a period of 10 years. Policy initiatives: The Indian Government has liberalised the framework for operating in the aerospace industry considerably: • Manufacturing and R&D activity is allowed 100% Foreign Direct Investment on automatic route in all areas. The Government recognises the need for massive investment to meet these growing needs: • The Ministry of Civil Aviation estimates investment of $ 200-300 billion over the next 25 years. • According to Boeing. which is also subject to licensing requirements. However. • The genesis of research and development capabilities of the country lie in the establishment of the institutes like Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) • Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore and Council for Scientific Industrial Research (CSIR) offer opportunities in research and training for aeronautical graduates • The Aeronautical Society of India formed a platform where engineers.04 billion to upgrade airports across the country. With a long history spanning six decades.6 billion over the next 20 years to meet the surging demand. 39. Globally.750 crores during the period 2007-2012. • While 100% domestic private investment is allowed in the defence sector. In military aviation. 3 billion. • The Airports Authority of India has planned investment of $ 3. except air traffic services. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for launching IRS type of satellites and Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) for launching INSAT type of satellites are some of the Indian space programme‘s notable successes. transfer of technology not counted towards offset calculation and vendor is free to choose Indian offset partner. The country has been upgrading its airports to international standards. which was reversed in 2008 with the global slowdown. the country has an excellent pool of resources matching global standards.This market is expected to grow at an average of 10% and reach $ 2. • Investments in the Indian Space Programme to the tune of Rs. India is expected to spend about $35 billion over the next 20 years as it replaces its existing fleet.

delivered the first set of A-380 components to SABCA and achieved Airbus and AS 9100 certification. For instance. the state produces more than a quarter of the country’s aircraft and spacecraft. having entered into a 10-year strategic relationship with Magellan Aerospace. While industrial liberalisation has been underway since 1991. began its operations in Bangalore. reforms have been gradually spreading through to all sectors and the defence sector was opened to the private sector in 2001. In 2007. these aerospace centres have grown in stature. NAL. technical and managerial processes etc. The aeronautical lab consolidated its position as a major player with the approval of India’s Light Combat Aircraft project in 1983. Excellent support from the government has come through in the form of centres. National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL). raising their capabilities as well.550 aircraft and 3. 10. has 19 production units and 9 research and development centres in 7 locations across India. became the first DGCA-approved independent Airline MRO in November 2008 for its facility near Bangalore. it is the base for all global players in this industry. Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) and Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE). the engineering company. 300 acres dedicated to offering an aerospace customer all – from design to manufacture of components and systems – in one place. QuEST established India’s first aerospace SEZ in Belgaum. Air Works India Engineering Private Ltd. (EADS).ADVANTAGE KARNATAKA Karnataka produces more than a quarter of India’s aircraft and spacecraft. 8 production units and 4 R&D centres are located in Bangalore. the state has created a conducive environment that has nurtured the growth of the aerospace industry. The company has signed MoUs with 3 major players in the aerospace manufacturing space: • SABCA. QuEST Global has a manufacturing facility in Bangalore that does precision machining. registering international standards of technical excellence and capabilities. The history and background of India’s aerospace industry owes much to the state of Karnataka. Belgium: Airbus A-350XWB Flap track mechanism metallic parts manufacturing and assembly work from SABCA • Magellan Aerospace: to evaluate setting up an aero-engine focused manufacturing facility with annual revenues of $50m • Farinia SA: MOU to evaluate the establishing of an aerospace forging facility 18 19 . home to India’s aerospace industry. It has manufactured 12 types of aircraft with in-house R&D and 14 types under licence. Boeing. Private firms registering a major presence in the industry include: QuEST Global. over 8150 aircraft and 27. Starting from 1940. set up base in Bangalore in 1998 and moved into the aerospace manufacturing in 2006. The hub of manufacturing.600 engines. when India’s first private aircraft factory Hindustan Aircraft Ltd. research and development. the firm set up the country’s first special processing facility for aerospace manufacturing. Capabilities have been enhanced in the Belgaum SEZ to include additional precision machining capabilities. HAL has a total turnover of Rs.300 engines have been overhauled at its facilities. including Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). and set up a dedicated sheet metal fabrication facility for aerospace. it became the first Indian private sector player qualified to offer end-to-end solutions to European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company N. of which. which has entered into MOUs with international companies like Lockheed Martin. They work with many firms in the private sector to raise technological skills. is another public sector firm working in this industry. The State continues to draw huge investments in this Sector as it gears up to meet the rising global demand. the only civilian aerospace laboratory in the country.V. Though in the public sector. Bharat Electronics Ltd. is a leader in civil aviation design. While it has built more than 3. the state is all set to reap dividends of the potential in this sector. The very next year. Private sector suppliers to the defence sector and the public sector firms were exposed to high standards.400 crore. EADs etc. sheet metal work. NAL was set up in 1959 under CSIR in Bangalore. In 2009. Ranked 40th in Flight International's list of the World’s Top 100 aerospace companies in 2008. HAL. and aerospace special processing (through a JV with Magellan Aerospace). established in 1951.

With exposure to global auto majors in the state. Udyog Mitra. the only private sector company manufacturing entire aircraft in India.18. the State Government has also planned an Aerospace SEZ in 250 acres of land at Devanahalli. R&D management strategies. through which Rolls-Royce will step up sourcing of components and systems for most of the engines it makes. these firms are well geared to meet the exacting needs of the aerospace industry. production. exhibitions and interactive workshops with overseas aerospace organisations and societies. Micron Engineers. Sobha Nadathur Aerospace Pvt Ltd (Rs 200 crore) and hydraulic equipment manufacturer Dynamatic Technologies (Rs 466 crore). In January 2010. including of those in R&D.L. operational consultancy and strategic consulting. New aerospace projects approved by Karnataka Government Hindustan Aeronautics Limited TPE 331 engine and engine components. Airfield and MRO division and Aircraft Sales and Services division. HAL’s proposal to set up a Rs. which has the largest infrastructure in the private sector for manufacturing exacting Air Frame Structures and Precision Aerospace Components Taneja Aerospace and Aviation Ltd. welded structural assemblies.98 crores were cleared by the State Level Single Window Clearance Committee (SLSWCC) in June 2009: Systems Controls. SIATI also encourages entrepreneurs for joint ventures. The firms will initially invest $4 million (Rs. 11. The Society of Indian Aerospace Industries and Technologies (SIATI) was formed in 1991 and is located in Bangalore. There are excellent backward linkages with suppliers coming in from a wide base of more than 2000 SMEs in the auto components manufacturing industry.Gensar Aerospace & IT Pvt Ltd set up a decade ago by aerospace experts providing high-end aeronautical design services (in association with Aeroconseil of France and Bertarandt of Germany). co-development and co-production in the sector. Polyurethane Company Private Ltd. contract manufacturing. British engine maker Rolls-Royce Group Plc announced that it is setting up its first joint venture (JV) firm in India in a tie-up with HAL to make civil aero engine components and sub-systems locally for export. Devanhalli 20 21 . near Bangalore International Airport. Dynamatic Aerospace. maintenance and repair Aerospace components Manufacturers of aircraft components/assemblies and MRO activites related to aersopace applications Devanhalli. and aviation services that include consulting. Five proposals worth Rs. including supporting OEMs in their manufacturing outsourcing. Bangalore Dynamatic Technologies BEML Limited KIADB Industrial Area Devanhalli Taluk SEZ.Ltd. 135. DRDO aeronautic centres in Bangalore: • • • • • Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) Centre for Air Borne Systems (CABS) Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE) Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE) Centre for Military Airworthiness and Certification (CEMILAC) Investments in Aerospace While QuEST Global set up the country’s first aerospace SEZ in Belgaum in November 2009. fan cases.095 crore unit in Devanahalli to manufacture aero-engines and provide MRO facilities was approved by the SLSWCC. and manufacturing services. near Bangalore International Airport. has given clearances to majors like US civil and military aviation companies and the European Aeronautics and Defence Systems or EADS (Rs. the government’s single window agency for industrial projects and the apex body for SEZ projects.700 crore investment). ring rolling... Priyaraj Electronics Limited and Pacific Natura Biotech Private Limited are ready to invest in aerospace component units in the aerospace SEZ at Devanahalli. 2. G.4 crore) each in a unit in Bangalore. global procurement and product support. quality and also leads delegations to participate in national and international airshows. concentrating on three divisions – Aerostructures.. The society has about 300 small and medium scale industries as its members and enjoys the patronage of leading aerospace organisations. SIATI conducts seminars and workshops of topical interest in aerospace technologies. both these have attracted significant interest. Karnataka is also headquarters of India’s Space programme ISRO is located at Antariksha Bhavan in Bangalore.

Aircraft manufacturers from India and other countries has 46 aircrafts. Legacy 600. the government has given a tax concession on aviation fuel. F18 Hawker Beechcraft. Wipro and HCL to develop wireless and other network technologies for aero space related applications. Air Works aims to utilise the technical know-how of Air Livery to help airlines bring down their maintenance costs. having set up their India operations and outsourcing their engineering design requirements either to in-house centres or to third party engineering services partners like Quest. Turbo Meca. EADS etc. the first private airport in the country. at 4%. etc.000 passengers per hour. Shimoga. Bijapur and Gulbarga. Many global and large private companies are now building on the base that public sector units like HAL and NAL have laid in Karnataka. Mangalore and Bangalore are the two international airports in the State. to carry out ‘C’ checks for various aircraft. which have now picked up to pre-crisis levels once again. Boeing etc. The aircrafts included. Air Traffic and Airports in Karnataka 1200 960 720 480 240 0 Hassan. F16. Other prominent MNCs operating in this sector in Karnataka include GE. The state has emerged as a major global design centre. 12000 11000 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 While liberalisation in the aviation sector. participating in the static and flying displays in addition to IAF aircrafts. Tejas and Dhruv from India. given its high prominence in the IT and Auto sectors in the country. Air Livery. The Bangalore International Airport Limited. MIG 35. etc. the Cessna. assistance in land acquisition etc. while new airports have been proposed at 22 23 . There are also two domestic airports catering to the northern part of the State at Hubli and Belgaum and the airport at Mysore is in the process of being upgraded.. The State Infrastructure Policy aims to provide a fair and transparent policy framework for the facilitation of the process of economic growth and encouragement of PPP in the infrastructure sector in the State. it announced the acquisition of a 85% stake in the British company. The government plans to add 12 airstrips in the State. HR workshops. AeroIndia It is an International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition organised by Ministry of Defence biennially at Bangalore. Air traffic was hit by the global slowdown in 2008. for the first three years of operation to district headquarters. Apart from duty exemptions. with international majors like Airbus. 600 exhibitors including 300 exhibitors from 25 countries were participated. Infrastructure is being upgraded and expanded across the state to meet the growing demand of air travel. trends are still not very strong for the Western countries. Super Hornets. Rolls Royce. In February 2010. Ltd. has opened Karwar and Bidar Defence Airports for civil traffic and is in the process of setting up 20 helipads to provide easy access to all districts and give the necessary infrastructure boost to helitourism. Infosys etc. NAL and the Government of India in 2007. In addition. • Air Works India Engineering Pvt. Bellary. private sector airlines began operations in the country in the nineties and Bangalore was a natural hub for the southern region. Seventh event of Aeroindia was held during 2009. Eurofighter. for the aviation sector specifically. • In 2008 Boeing signed a collaboration with IISC. Bangalore and Mangalore followed these trends in traffic. there was B2B meetings. Official delegation from 50 countries participated in the event. BAE. though the subsequent year saw a revival in Asia. but increasingly also in manufacturing. in addition to the Hawk. in which. has the capacity to handle 3.Several new ventures have been set up recently in this space: • Airbus Industries has located its Airbus Engineering Centre in India at Bangalore • The first public private JV in aircraft design was signed between Mahindra and Mahindra. set up in 2009 a MRO facility at Hosur with an investment of $25 million. Exhibitors from India and overseas had 54 chalets for high-profile meeting with various dignitaries. most notably in the area of design services.

including landing gear. brings with it a concentration of the best IT capabilities – Karnataka has the highest number of CMM Level 5 certified software companies providing solutions to the aerospace industry. etc. Over the years. At the very base of the aerospace industry lies research and development and engineering design. the plant has expanded its capacity of speciality products to around 138. At the same time. manufacturing expertise with global firms located in the state and a huge pool of skilled manpower. backed by presence of internationally renowned institutions – HAL. Add to this the fact that Bangalore. The Belgaum unit of Hindalco houses an alumina plant. older aircraft in general suffer from a problem of over-design. It is also the third-largest producer of steel in the country. wings. The alumina plant started operating in 1969 with an initial capacity of 75. NAL. while producing several grades of special aluminas and hydrates for non-metallurgical applications. fire retardant plastics. serving more than 600 customers across 35 countries. There is a concerted effort by the state to raise the capacity of power generation in the state to cater to the growing demand of industry.000 tpa of alumina hydrate. It currently produces around 380. avionics.000 tpa. At the basic level of raw materials needed. with the IT giants like Wipro. road and rail network and upgrading ports on the coast. near the new airport in Bangalore. With experience for more than six decades. polishing. capabilities that are well developed in the state through its pool of skilled technical manpower. ceramics. a critical raw material input for the aerospace industry. As the home of the aerospace industry in India. the company which has set up the country’s first aerospace SEZ in Belgaum. because of the presence of electronic and technical skills and fluency in the English language. Karnataka is the manufacturing base for all major auto firms and auto component manufacturers. like refractories. 24 25 . inflight systems. leading information technology and engineering services. 16 power projects are approved in the State which would add 10. has a strong framework providing all requisite resources for this industry – research and development capabilities. the country’s first aerospace SEZ has been set up in Belgaum in November. High end technical support and suppliers experienced to handle complex orders matching global standards are therefore easily available in the state.000 tpa. fuselage. Solar power projects are also been planned in Belgaum and Raichur districts. with approximately 120 different grades. Karnataka is an important producer of aluminium. Further. Such design changes have been effected by Infosys for almost all recent commercial aircraft programmes. higher fuel consumption etc. Infosys and Voit of Germany getting into software and intelligent applications related to the Sector. Karnataka scores high on every part of the ecosystem of the aerospace and defence industry. More global manufacturers are comfortable outsourcing to India. In last 4 years. Further. points out its capabilities in the aerospace sector in the flowchart below. There is also a proposal to set up a Defence Manufacturing Hub over 500 acres in Chellakere Taluk in Chitradurga district. 2009. There is a proposal to set up an Aerospace SEZ in a 250-acre space in Devanahalli. As explained by Infosys. Software and engineering expertise works to innovate to create new tools and solutions that obviate such over-design and yet ensure the same levels of safety. the home of India’s aerospace industry. Since the 1990s the plant has become predominantly an export-oriented unit of metallurgical alumina. DRDO. adjacent to the HAL’s 200 acre component manufacturing site. connectivity is being improved upon by expanding airports. QuEST Global. a world-class research centre for alumina. the state has built up considerable resources and talent pool that is available to all companies working in the aerospace sector. and electrical systems (an exception being the engine). zeolite. alum. as the IT capital of the country. IISC – all based in Bangalore. there’s more opportunities waiting to be harnessed. While Bangalore is the natural destination for all players in the aerospace industry. providing location advantage to the auto and engineering industry in the state. particularly Karnataka. ISRO. and all parts of an aircraft.760 MW power to the State grid in near future. done to meet safety and other regulations that result in extra metal weight. including business jets.Strengths and Opportunities Karnataka. characteristics that are replicated in other firms operating out of the state. The IT industry brings to aerospace the high technology capabilities that are vital for cost reduction. and a carbon paste and block plant. This is amply demonstrated by the fact that the state hosts the first aerospace SEZ in the country and is set to leverage its strengths to become the aerospace hub of the region.

EADS. By providing for the country’s first aerospace SEZ. is set to produce flaperons for Boeing’s 777 series of commercial jetliners. Belgaum has many location advantages: hundreds of foundries and low-cost engineering talent. such as vibration etc). which began operations as a private company in 1940 as Hindustan Aircraft Limited in Bangalore. Currently. Hyderabad. Boeing Co.” Another global major Airbus SAS is set to move 20% of its engineering design activities to low cost countries. Toshiba and UTC are among its clients. Rolls-Royce.. This represents a significant leap forward in technological capability . HCK Technologies etc . which will be expanded to more than 400 employees by 2012. complex tax system – which the government is working towards mitigating. is in the supply chain for Airbus A80 and A350 that is due in 2013. Airbus set to transfer majority of engineering work to India – LiveMint. In November 2009. referred to a ‘control surface’ working both as an aileron to control roll and as a flap to control lift. Quest. Magellan — a Boeing and Airbus supplier. Ltd.. and simulation of flight management.. which has put in place policies to assist investors at every step – upgrading infrastructure. The Belgaum SEZ is expected to yield aerospace-related business worth around Rs 2. and is already a source for auto components for the auto industry in Bangalore. Israel’s Elbit Systems Ltd and Safran unit Snecma SA.. aerothermics (temperature.” Eugen Welte.500 crore in 10 years and could be the next big bet in this sector outside Bangalore. providing easy availability of land through its Land Bank. QuEST Global that has set up the country’s first aerospace SEZ in Belgaum in November 2009 is in fact a prime example of the fast track that industry works at and achieves in the state.the 777 flaperon is a highly complex composite assembly. It outsources work to around 20 Indian IT and engineering service providers including Infosys Technologies Ltd. 26 27 .Creating an enabling environment is the goal of the state’s investor friendly and responsive government. most of it to India. aeroelastics (effect on structure. ventilation). a company begun by two engineering graduates from Karnataka.000 jobs for local talent and infuse $ 500 million (in)to the economy in ten years. in 2005. While there are a slew of success stories in the aerospace sector in Karnataka. provides landing gear shackles for Boeing 777. the company has taken another step forward. Airbus’s top supplier auto engine maker Snecma SA set up a subsidiary in collaboration with HAL in Bangalore. it entered into a contract with Airbus vendor SABCA of Belgium to supply flap track mechanism metallic parts from out of the SEZ for the prestigious A350 programme. the most striking example is that of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. There are many challenges ahead – ensuring a steady stream of manpower to meet the growing requirements. it has located its 120 people engineering centre in Bangalore. Interestingly. developed new tools to create better aircraft and speed up aircraft development. the government has shown its clear intent in supporting the growth of this industry in the state. said at an aerospace symposium in Bangalore on Saturday. GE Aviation. setting up the country’s aerospace SEZ etc. ready availability of raw materials. The high fliers The Aerospace Sector in Karnataka abounds with examples of PPP. HAL supplies components to several global engine companies and has nine JVs – six of them formed in the past three years – with companies such as Canada’s aircraft simulator maker CAE Inc. the company which has been supplying for Boeing successfully since 1991. Its Bangalore engineering centre is the only one outside Europe that does what is called `non-specific work’. These are works that are not specific to an aircraft part. 40% local outsourcing. “Around 60% will be done internally. Quest. 787 and 737 aircraft programmes through its partner. head of operations at Airbus Engineering Centre India Pvt. to be better able to compete with its main rival. but involve issues related to aerodynamics. With a string of achievements to its credit. well-connected with Bangalore. With a JV announced with Rolls Royce in January 2010. The SEZ is expecte to create more than 7. Pune and Hyderabad. coastal Mumbai and Goa. October 9th 2009 “There is a big push at the top level to grow business in India in the next three to four years.

Bangalore Space Expo 2008 was organised by ISRO. Clearly. the exhibition attracted more than 50.748 Acres.379 Acres. Total :100. Karnataka is the destination for all global players in the aerospace industry.734 Acres. The exhibition saw huge participation from domestic and foreign companies – Hindustan Aeronauticals Ltd. Bangalore also hosts India’s international aerospace and defence exhibition.861 Acres GULBARGA 2439 GULBARGA ABSTRACT (as on 15th May 2010) BIDAR BIDAR BIJAPUR HUKKERI 4873 BELGAUM 1351 BASAVANABAGEVADI 7969 BILGI BAGALKOTE BELGAUM YADGIR RAICHUR RAICHUR Bangalore: Meeting ground for space & air industry India’s first space exhibition. to productivity enhancing software and engineering solutions. which witnessed unprecedented participation in 2009 – 592 exhibitors including 303 from 25 countries showcased their potential in technologies.1(3). engineering and process optimisation projects and a wide range of special tools for customers in the aerospace sector. with all its inherent strengths and opportunities.In the March 29th 2010 meeting of the State High Level Clearance Committee. These included the proposal for a 250-acre SEZ in Devanahalli Aerospace Industrial Area.28(1) Lands notified under sec 28(4) DHARWAR KOPPAL MUNDARGI BELLARY BELLARY 4995 HAVERI 407 HAVERI UTTARA KANNADA RANIBENNURU 671 HARPANAHALLI 200 DAVANGERE CHALLAKERE 500 Lands to be submitted to Govt approval HONNALI 201 SHIMOGA SHIMOGA 3104 HOLALKERE HIRIYUR 600 1072 SIRA KADUR HOSADURGA 3853 1589 CHITRADURGA DODDABALLAPUR 736 GAURIBIDANUR 496 CHIKBALLAPUR BAGEPALLI 810 GUBBI TUMKUR CHINTHAMANI 863 CHIKMAGALUR 3146 TUMKUR 1385 DEVANHALLI ARASIKERE KOLAR918 238 NELAMANGALA BANGALORE RURAL 686 HASSAN 1574 BANGALORE NORTH 1058 TIPTUR MANGALORE 1898 HASSAN MULABAGAL 212 BANGALORE URBAN KUNIGAL 1559 DAKSHINA KANNADA MAGADI 290 HOSKOTE RAMANAGARAM BANGALORE SOUTH MANDYA MANDYA KRISHNARAJPET 424 MADDUR SRIRANGAPATNA RAMANAGARAM HUNSUR 722 COORG KANAKAPURA MYSORE 1367 UDUPI HEGGADADEVANAKOTE 990 CHAMARAJA NAGAR CHAMARAJA NAGAR 1362 28 29 . Aircraft manufacturers had 46 aircrafts participating in static and flying displays. The SEZ is an effort to provide all solutions related to avionics in a concentrated manner. The Indian Air Force also organised a workshop on aerospace sector and aviation to students from nearly 200 schools.1(3) & 28(1) : 46. STATUS OF LAND BANKS IN KARNATAKA Land notified u/s 3(1). 34 investment proposals worth Rs. Israeli Space Agency etc. 94000 crore were cleared.000 business visitors and 2 lakh general visitors. India is one of the world’s most sought after markets. CII and Antrix Corporation Ltd. Land to be submitted for Government approval : 41. products. Land notified u/s 28(4) : 12. AeroIndia. Infinisat (USA). KHANAPUR HUBLI 751 SHIGGAON 274 BAILHONGAL 670 DHARWAR 2862 KOPPAL GADAG Legend SIRUGUPPA District boundary Taluk boundary NH STATE_RAIL Land bank status Lands notified under sec 3(1). European Space Agency. from a comprehensive range of technologically advanced precision milling machines. innovation and aircrafts. Arianespace (France).

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