Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) lab Defence Materials and Stores Research and Development Establishment (DMSRDE), Kanpur has developed light weight Bullet Proof Jacket (BPJ) weighing 9.0 kilogrammes.
Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has achieved an important milestone in the development of Air Independent Propulsion (AIP) System. AIP has a force multiplier effect on lethality of a diesel electric submarine as it enhances the submerged endurance of the boat, several folds. Fue
Successful demonstration of Solid Fuel based Ducted Ramjet technology has provided DRDO with a technological advantage which will enable it to develop long range air-to-air missiles. At present, such technology is available only with a handful of countries in the world.
Strategic materials are increasingly important to the development of a nation-state in general and its security in particular. Indian Industry has been demanding that a considerable part of the defence capex budget should be reserved for indigenous manufacturers.
Rolls-Royce will present capabilities of its advanced technologies including the MT30 marine gas turbine to propel future-ready Naval Defence Forces in Aero India 2021. In a press statement, company announced the offerings for naval defence such as the MT30 gas turbine.
Army Chief General MM Naravane visited ARDE and Bharat Forge in Pune to witness progress made on defence-related projects. During his visit he also visited HQ - Southern Command and DG - Armament and Combat Engineering DRDO situated in Pashan, Pune.
DRDO in collaboration with the Indian Navy successfully conducted the maiden test trials of India's first indigenously designed and developed Air Dropped Container from an IL-38SD aircraft off the coast of Goa.
DRDO successfully conducted the maiden launch of the Medium Range Surface to Air Missile (MRSAM). The Indian MRSAM system has been developed by the DRDO in collaboration with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and has been dedicated for the specific use by the Indian Army.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the advanced Hypersonic Wind Tunnel (HWT) test facility at DRDO's Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Missile Complex in Hyderabad. India is the third country after the US and Russia to have a facility with the capability to simulate speeds between Mach 5 - 12.