Modernisation of Indian Army Infantry

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  1. COLDHEARTED AVIATOR

    COLDHEARTED AVIATOR Regular Member

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    Any pics?

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  2. Chinmoy

    Chinmoy Senior Member Senior Member

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    Behold, NCORETECH SATHI (Situational Awareness and Tactical Handheld Information.

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    Late Dr A.P.J Abdul Kalam checking one.

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    Brochure in PDF format.
     

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  3. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Their is even a bigger one ..

    This picture is very old, New designs are already in use and the once used in surgical strikes were more advance and compact ..

    Indian Army was interested and experimenting with these computer system back in early 2000, Its mass usage started perhaps somewhere in 2010 within SF ..

    SF using computers at field is not new ..

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    These are from 2012, Made in India ..

    Photos taken by me during defexpo 2012 ..

    New generation computers used by SF are more advance and compact ..

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    Company which manufacture these computers >>>>>>>

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    Btw, Their are many other companies too produce such kind of computers ..
     
  4. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    It seems this was after Kargil, Can anyone find what gadget it is ?

    Is it some kind of early computer ?, or a GPS ?

    The device is connected to the radio set ..
     
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    Armand2REP CHINI EXPERT Veteran Member

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    It looks like the personal GPS receivers we had in the late 1990s.
     
  6. Prashant12

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    DRDO Transfers Technology for Bullet Proof Jacket

    Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has transferred the technology of Bullet Proof Jacket (BPJ) to M/S MKU Limited, Kanpur for manufacturing these for the Indian Army and Para-Military Forces personnel.

    Chairman DRDO and Secretary Department of Defence R&D Dr S Christopher handed over the technology at a function held in New Delhi, where documents and related licence agreement between DRDO and M/S MKU Limited, Kanpur were exchanged.

    The Indian Army General Staff Qualitative Requirement (GSQR) No. - 1438 BPJ technology has been developed by Defence Materials & Stores Research & Development Establishment (DMSRDE), a Kanpur based premier laboratory of DRDO. This technology is challenging and one of the most significant matured personal protection systems developed by DRDO among the various GSQRs of Indian Army meeting NIJ III+ Standard.

    Dr Christopher in his address urged M/S MKU, Kanpur to maintain a strict vigil on the quality of the Bullet Proof Jackets for the Indian Army and the Paramilitary Forces and to collaborate with DRDO to absorb the DRDO developed technologies.

    The function was attended by Director General, Naval System & Materials Cluster of DRDO Dr S V Kamat; Director of DMSRDE Kanpur, Dr N Eswara Prasad; Managing Director of M/S MKU Limited Shri Neeraj Gupta besides various corporate Directors of DRDO headquarters.

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    DRDO Transfers Technology for Bullet Proof Jacket

     
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    DRDO hands over tech to defence firm to manufacture bullet-proof jackets

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    • The government has decided to procure 1.86 lakh bullet-proof jackets
    • These jackets will be lighter in weight than those being used by the armed forces currently
    • The DRDO has handed its technology to the private firm

    NEW DELHI: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has handed over its technology to a defence firm to manufacture bullet-proof jackets for the armed forces.

    The government has decided to procure 1.86 lakh bullet-proof jackets for the armed forces and majority of them will be manufactured by Kanpur-based private firm MKU Ltd which was given the DRDO-developed technology.

    The MKU will produce bullet-proof jackets which will be lighter in weight than those being used by the armed forces currently.

    In his address, DRDO Chairman S Christopher asked the private firm to maintain a strict vigil on the quality of the bullet-proof jackets which will be used by the Indian Army and the paramilitary forces

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com...bullet-proof-jackets/articleshow/60943677.cms
     
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    Thats the BEL designed hand held computer. It is connected to Radio set for data transmission. It does have a set of data encrypting EEPROM for secure transmission and receiving.

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    This is one of the coolest and most professional looking plate carrier I have seen an Indian soldier wearing. Hope they make something close to this a standard issue in the Indian Army (with a Bhabha Kavach to go with it :drool: )

    Wonder why we never think about developing a modular system like the American MOdular Light-weight Load carrying Equipment (MOLLE). We can have something like PALS webbing on all plate carriers and rucksacks. Its going to be so much better than the standard sewed-on pouches our current BPJs have.
     
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    Bullet Proof Jacket (GSQR) No. - 1438 and Ballistic helmet developed by DRDO.

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    Short Range Optical Target Locator (OTL300)

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    Anti personal landmine boot

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    As usual, Brishit media is jizzing all over the Internet and IDRW being complete and utter cunts are lending them a helping hand.

    These helmets are NOT designed to face 7.62×39 rounds, especially the armour piercing ones.
     
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    aditya g Senior Member Senior Member

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    Then why the hell are fanboys always asking for helmets? Dafuq?
     
  17. sthf

    sthf Senior Member Senior Member

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    For multiple reasons. Just because it can't deal with 7.62 rounds at point blank doesn't mean it won't be able to stop the same round at distances like 200-300 meters. Lighter weight, much improved blunt force trauma protection, shrapnel and splinter protection, easier to mount NVGs among others.
     
  18. Vayuputra

    Vayuputra Regular Member

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    Our forces should rethink their stance of fancy helmets. They look fancy but doesn't offer protection. Stick with patkas which can stop ak bullets with ease
     
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    Isn't there a way to shape this Patkas in something good looking than literal buckets ?
     
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  20. Vayuputra

    Vayuputra Regular Member

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    Patka has proved its mettle from time to time. In my opinion, we shouldn't redesign the shape of the patka, however, there is always scope of improvisation only in terms metal used in the patka. You mean like this ?
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