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    Indian Company PTC, Safran Join Hands To Manufacture Components For Military, Civil Aircraft Engines

    PTC manufactures high-quality, high-precision metal components for various critical and super-critical applications. Aircraft engine market expected to grow from $54.7 billion in 2022 to $112.6 billion in 2029 at a CAGR of approximately 11 per cent.

    Govt exempts ISRO from provisions of explosives rule

    The exemption is subject to a few conditions, including carrying out a biennial safety audit. Official said that move is aimed at promoting ease-of-doing business.

    India’s first anti-drone Kite (a bird) which can destroy enemy drones in air

    the Indian Army has trained kites to prey on enemy drones. The capability can help the security forces to tackle the menace of drones coming from across the border to Indian areas.

    ICG and HAL are negotiating the development of a specialized medium-lift helicopter.

    Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) are in discussions over the modification of the Indian Multi-Role Helicopter (IMRH) to satisfy ICG's needs.

    ICG Plans to procure Made in India C-295 Aircraft (Multi-Mission Maritime)

    The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) will acquire six C-295 cargo aircraft that will be assembled in India by the Tata Group and Airbus. The C295's major function will be to monitor India's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and aid in Search and Rescue Missions.

    Gurutvaa Systems increases Dronaam C-UAS shipments to the IAF

    The Indian Air Force has received the first bulk manufacturing lot of the Dronaam counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) from Gurutvaa Systems. The shipment was made at the company's Pune, Maharashtra location and is part of an undisclosed quantity ordered by the IAF.

    The Indian Army will purchase 36 tactical engagement simulators for special training of soldiers.

    On December 1, the Indian Army will post a request for proposal for the purchase of 36 simulators. According to sources, the tactical combat simulators would feature body harnesses, helmets, laser units, sensor units, umpire weapons, exercise control and communication systems.

    IIT Jodhpur developing AI-Powered Robotics for Desert Warfare for Indian Army

    Venkatesan said that the researchers hope to program the vehicle so that it can make intelligent decisions based on the situation. The concept is to develop a vehicle capable of moving effortlessly on the sand, capable of transforming its shape in such a way that it can cross any dunes or rocky surfaces as a man would.

    Mission Daksha: 2 satellites for 360-degree watch of skies

    Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, and Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics astronomers will construct satellites that provide a 360-degree view of the sky.

    Agni VI, ISRO And Radio Silence On India’s 10000 Km Range ICBM

    On the Agni VI, there has been an unnerving silence over the past nine years since the remarks. Why is radio silence prevalent? Can India create a 10,000-kilometer-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM)?

    Indo-US Air-Launched UAV (ALUAV) will be used for electronic support jamming mission

    The Indian Ministry of Defense and the United States Department of Defense signed a Project Agreement (PA) for Air-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (ALUAV) in 2021, as part of the Joint Working Group Air Systems in the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).

    How India’s space startups are aiming high

    Indian space startup has started showing their accomplishment. Although its just a beginning but we are confident that upcoming space revolution in space startup.

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