With one of the largest defence forces and located in a rather unstable part of the world, India is naturally one of the biggest spenders on defence and the top importer of weapons and other defence systems.However, with Make in India campaign and India’s focus on manufacturing defence goods within the country, India is shifting gears.In the Eurosatory defence spacial issue we bring to you India’s defence ties with nations such as the US, France, Germany, Russia, Israel etc. along with the status of the Rafale Deal and India’s capabilities in tanks, helicopters, artillery etc.
‘Make in India’ programme emphasises on defence manufacturing and is the focal point of the budget 2016, making the private players – both Indian and international – the real beneficiaries.
Drones are the game changers for military strategists and planners around the world. From surveillance and communication to logistics and attack, drones are doing practically everything in and around battlefields.
Expanding Capabilities in the Indian market With offerings such as helicopters, weapons and unmanned aircraft system, American industrial conglomerate Textron Systems has a strong presence in Indian defence sector and is eager to consider a ‘Made in India’ approach within its product lines, share the business developers for Textron Systems. How important is India market … Continue reading Kevin Kennedy, Vince Logsdon, Stephen Greene →
India and France are yet to finalise the last details of the 36 Rafale fighter jets contract that have to be delivered to the Indian Air Force (IAF) in full flight conditions by French manufacturer Dassault Aviation. This procurement is urgent and crucial for the two countries that are expanding their strategic partnership and aim … Continue reading Rafale fighters for the IAF →