Bangalore : State-run Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) will showcase its range of products demonstrating its prowess in providing the armed forces robust surveillance and security systems at the defence exposition (Defexpo 2012) in New Delhi from Thursday.
We are displaying our latest network centric warfare (NCWs) systems developed for the defence forces at the biennial land, naval and internal security systems exhibition in the national capital, a BEL official said here Wednesday ahead of the four-day event from March 29 to April 1.
The company s NCW s solutions include combat management system, which automates tactical data from the ship s sensors to provide decision support to the ship s command, a coastal surveillance system, an all-weather 24x7 surveillance system, developed to safeguard the long coastline by networking sensors such as radars, and day-and-night electro-optical equipment.
As part of our research and development (R&D) strategy, we are focusing on new technology modules for radars, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)-based products for sonars, microwave components used in air-borne electronic warfare systems and an integrated radio and line modem for missile systems, the spokesman said.
The company will also flag technologies developed for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4i) systems used by the services in various forms such as wrist-wearable computers, hand-held computers and tablet PC to rugged laptop, communication equipment like software defined radio, high frequency radios and radio relays.
As part of modernisation, we have developed automatic identification system and meteorological equipment, advanced composite communication system, an IP-based new generation voice, data and video integrated system with in-house software, the official said.
Among the underwater solutions being displayed at the expo are transducers for ships and submarines and the company s contribution to the electronic warfare and avionics segment, including missile approach warning systems, convoy jammers, flight control computer and other cockpit moduels.
Visitors and stakeholders will get a view the latest range of laser and night vision products, Bharani radar, weapon-locating radar, new-generation sonar systems and multi-function hand held thermal imager.