Mrigank Singh

CEO, Atal Incubation Centre, ISB, by Niti Aayog

Mrigank Singh is a passionate, dynamic & result oriented leader with proven track record of building new businesses across diverse industries by providing strategic & operational  leadership, solid business acumen, analytical skills and  ability to operate both at macro and micro levels. He did his MBA from Indian School of Business (ISB) and B.E Electronics &Communications from Thapar Engineering College. Currently he is CEO of the Atal Incubation Center (AIC) at Indian School of Business(ISB) and heads the practice of entrepreneurship and innovation at ISB, Mohali.


Mrigank Singh, has been instrumental in shaping the Drone Policy of India and  Beyond Visual Line Of  Sight Experiments. He has been a member of various high-level committees formed by Ministry of Civil Aviation, GOI, such as - Committee on Airspace Management, UAS Task Force, Committee on Design, Development and Production of Civil Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, BVLOS Experiment Assessment and Monitoring Committee (BEAM), BVLOS Committee. Mrigank has been invited as a panelist on multiple forums -CNBC Awaz, for discussing ‘Drones and its future applications’ , World Economic Forum on ‘Drones and Data Utility’ , Ananta Aspen Centre - 'NextGen Network AI' and Drone Federation Of India on 'UAS Traffic Management Systems as the Backbone of the Drone Industry’. He was featured in the ‘Open’ magazine article, ‘The Day of the Drone's' and ‘A&S  India’ magazine article ‘“ Drones will strengthen India’s Safety and Security’.


Mrigank founded Sensebird Solutions, an Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) company pioneering in aerial data based analytics and decision support systems and 5i Technology, a technology-driven company focusing on smart city infrastructure. He has worked on multiple publications as well - ‘Drones and Its Applications In Agriculture’ at Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF), Article in the RITES Journal titled ‘Transforming Cities Through Digitization’, Article ‘Civic Rights: Soft Wiring The Nation’, at UGC National Conference on Improving Quality of Life.