In an interview with Defenseworld.net, S K Sharma, Chairman & Managing Director, Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) talks about the company’s latest JVs, programs and new projects it intends to pursue. See more here. Print PDF article here
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India and Israel are negotiating a follow-on delivery of four aerostat systems, augmenting the first delivery of aerostats that has already been deployed along India’s north-eastern border. See more here
“At nighttime when they [insurgents] want to come and put in roadside bombs for us, we can’t see them,” he said. “We don’t have technology like balloons…and that is a big thing for us.” See more here.
An aerostat system built by Raytheon that uses sensors and radar to detect incoming threats from air, land and sea recently completed a real-world test in which it was able to track a swarm of boats representing an attack by hostile naval forces, the company said Sept.10. See more here.
Imagine a small contingent of enemy fighters secretly setting up a mortar on a hillside in Afghanistan with plans to kill U.S. soldiers inside a nearby base. See more here.
When German U-boats began to hound Allied forces, the Navy took to the sky and constructed an air station in Weeksville that built blimps — soft, quiet fighters that helped turn the Battle of the Atlantic and lift the nation to victory. See more here.
TCOM supports JLENS with its 74M aerostat. See more here.
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TCOM supports PGSS with its 22M aerostat. See more here.