Following the recent acquisition of Magal Security Systems, Aeronautics has become a one-stop-shop for HLS, offering the comprehensive capabilities required for border protection, intelligence gathering, and port protection against different tactical levels of drones. As well as producing a unified image, through integration between the systems, the company also enables customers to reduce training and maintenance costs.
Orbiter-3 STUAS: The Orbiter-3 provides extended operational coverage and a radically reduced logistical footprint. Designed to operate with, and support, the tactical echelon, it provides intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR) missions with long endurance.
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Aeronautics presents multi cross-action intelligence gathering capability
Aeronautics Group presented its multi cross-action operation intelligence gathering solutions, including the Orbiter 3 STUAS, Orbiter 4 STUAS, and Orbiter 1K Loitering Munition UAS, at DEFEA-2021.
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Instead of ruing the missed opportunities of the past, India should instead, take advantage of a late start and focus on critically needed anti-drone technologies using collaboration, besides an innovative model of public-private partnership including encouraging entrepreneurship development in this sphere. We should start now, asserts MAJ GEN RS MEHTA
RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES: INVESTMENT AND INNOVATION FOR INDIA'S FUTURE
Innovation and scientific discovery are in the company’s DNA. From the development of the guidance computer for the Apollo-11 spacecraft that landed on the moon to the environment satellite systems that help predict the weather, Raytheon Technologies continues to be at the forefront of new and emerging technologies in service to customers, explains DAN DARNELL, Vice President, Global Solutions, Raytheon Intelligence & Space
CRUISE MISSILES: A RAPIDLY EVOLVING CAPABILITY
Unlike heavyweight ballistic missiles which have larger CEP and can be used for devastating nuclear strikes on enemy cities, cruise missiles are lightweight, tremendously manoeuvrable and highly accurate, explains AMARTYA SINHA
THE DRONE THREAT: AN UNMANNED REALITY
The drone threat is real and is far more difficult to neutralize than a modern fighter. Stealth and low cost of drones makes it an extremely affordable weapon in the hands of disgruntled non-state actors, argues TEJ PRAKASH SRIVASTAVA
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There is a Sars Covid in the system that is adversely impacting India’s defence procurement. It is time for the country wake up to fight this pandemic, writes MAHESH RAMACHANDRAN
INDIA TIGHTENS ITS BORDER SECURITY BELT
Amid hyper activities by Chinese PLA all along the Line of Actual Control, the Centre is creating a “border belt” comprising all the police stations adjoining the frontiers that will act as a second line of defence after respective frontier guarding forces across the land border with various countries.
THE VERSATILITY OF DRONES (SORRY, UAVS)
The government needs to quickly take the decision to buy and manufacture UAVs and UUVs for strengthening the country’s defensive capabilities. This will require the armed services to move away from their Cold War-era thinking on how to conduct warfare, writes AMIT GUPTA