Indian defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) is showcasing a wide range of defence equipment at the ongoing show, that will act as force multipliers for any defence force and will make their “Observe Orient Decide Act” (OODA) cycle seamless and efficient.
BEL’s outdoor display comprises of its Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System, X Band Active Phase Array Radar, Advance Landing Ground Communication Terminal, Gun Shot Detection System, enclosures made from Composite, Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG), Compact Multipurpose Advance Stabilised System for day and night surveillance, reconnaissance and target tracking applications. A model of the upgraded L70 air defence gun is also on display.
The company which is the leader in radar technology in India, is showcasing its Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar, Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile Radar and other state-of-the-art radars for automatic detection of first-round location of artillery weapons (Weapon Locating Radar), border surveillance and detection of low flying targets (BFSR-XR and Aslesha).
BEL is also expected to announce the launch of a number of important new products and orders at the show.
Electronic Warfare and avionic products on display will include Head Up Display for Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), Identification Friend or Foe for aircraft and helicopters, Drone Interception & Countermeasure System, Satellite–AIT, EW Suite for fighter aircraft, Self-Protection Suite for helicopters, Data Link for onboard communication on aircraft, VSAT Monitoring System, Aerostat, Aerostat Balloon and Ground Control Station, LRUs for UAV, various avionic and flight control systems for LCA and Directed Infrared Counter Measure to intercept and counter threats.
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