November, 28


    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.
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    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.

    Indian Army issues RFI for Aerial Targeting system and Loitering munitions

    The Ministry of Defence, Government of India, intends to procure Quantity 10 (Ten) sets of Aerial Targeting Systems (Extended Range) along with 120 (One Hundred Twenty) Loiter Munitions.

    DRDO Photonic Radar: A new era of Indian Radar Technology

    DRDO is made significant progress in Photonic Radar. DRDO soon to realise the integrated Photonic Transmit Receive modules along with Photonic Distribution Network.

    The Indian Armed Forces will provide a Trial Clearance Certificate to accelerate exports.

    The Indian Tri-Service will issue Trial Clearance Certification to private sector companies that supplied their weapon systems for user trials.

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