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Postby csaurabh » 09 Feb 2019 10:17

Prasad wrote:
csaurabh wrote:
My grievance request for IDEX was closed with the following reasons: With regards to application submission, no specific acknowledgement is sent out to the applicants. If after pressing the submit button, application code is generated and is displayed to the applicant, it means that the application has been submitted.

Also in the FAQs on their website: The exact timelines for the result announcement will be announced by the Ministry after the close of the application period.

Babus being babus.. :evil:

saurabh,
did this go anywhere? I just saw this tweet from Ajaykumar https://twitter.com/drajaykumar_ias/sta ... 3463756802


I sure have not heard about it. Maybe ours was just not selected.
It's usually a courtesy to inform people even when they don't qualify but you can't expect such a thing from our babus.


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Postby ashishvikas » 12 Feb 2019 16:54

India’s Lohia Group Enters Defense Sector, Acquires Israeli Aerostructures Manufacturer

The acquisition establishes Lohia Group as a key participant in the sector as it leverages Light & Strong’s existing client base, which includes the Israeli Ministry of Defence among others, to build its own presence. The Israeli facility is a well-established aerostructures manufacturer for platforms such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and passenger and cargo aircraft. These customers will now be ably supported by Lohia Group with its facilities in Israel and India, the company stated.

According to the statement, with this acquisition, Lohia Group will establish India as an exporter of customized composite products to global OEMs and will aim at executing offset obligations of global companies.


http://www.defenseworld.net/news/24239/ ... GKp6mNS8fI

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Postby csaurabh » 13 Feb 2019 15:07

Just an update, our application to Defense India Startup challenge was approved by IDEX. It will now be taken to the next stage for PoC and presentation. Will update here regarding the progress.

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Postby JayS » 13 Feb 2019 17:23

csaurabh wrote:Just an update, our application to Defense India Startup challenge was approved by IDEX. It will now be taken to the next stage for PoC and presentation. Will update here regarding the progress.

Congrats. Keep it up.

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Postby Mollick.R » 14 Feb 2019 16:50

Apologies for posting it late and if it is not appropriate thread for this news.

Padma Vibhushan for AM Naik who fought Ambani and Birla to lead L&T’s defence strides
SNEHESH ALEX PHILIP Updated: 26 January, 2019 4:21 pm IST


From indigenous nuclear submarine Arihant to K9 Vajra guns, L&T, under chairman Naik, who joined firm as junior engineer, is now betting big on defence........................

New Delhi: Anil Manibhai Naik, better known as A.M. Naik, is among this year’s honourees of the country’s second-highest civilian award, the Padma Vibhushan................

The L&T chairman had earlier received India’s third-highest civilian honour, the Padma Bhushan, in 2009, the year Arihant was launched...............

“Mr A.M. Naik… richly deserves the Padma Vibhushan,” tweeted RBI independent director S. Gurumurthy. “He is a nationalist as his biography is itself titled. Genius as a professional manager, he saved L&T from Ambanis, turned it into national security asset from just an engineering co. Congrats Mr Naik,” he added..............

https://theprint.in/defence/padma-vibhushan-for-am-naik-who-fought-ambani-and-birla-to-lead-lts-defence-strides/183631/

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Postby jaysimha » 15 Feb 2019 12:13

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Postby hemant_sai » 15 Feb 2019 12:41

Kakarat wrote:...

I hope these are not just numbers on paper. In simple terms whatever amount is not yet paid to HAL, must not be part of these numbers.

In that case I would expect govt. could have shared its thought if recent HAL borrowing due to lack of funds is justified or not. If really situation is so bright then why HAL projected itself in bad light and what action govt. will take against HAL authorities and Union leaders if they are spreading wrong information.

Govt. should take the policy of enforcing accountability on all its workers in terms of speaking of factual data. Why should they be ignored just like that even if proven for spreading false information?

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Postby JayS » 15 Feb 2019 13:34

hemant_sai wrote:I hope these are not just numbers on paper. In simple terms whatever amount is not yet paid to HAL, must not be part of these numbers.

In that case I would expect govt. could have shared its thought if recent HAL borrowing due to lack of funds is justified or not. If really situation is so bright then why HAL projected itself in bad light and what action govt. will take against HAL authorities and Union leaders if they are spreading wrong information.

Govt. should take the policy of enforcing accountability on all its workers in terms of speaking of factual data. Why should they be ignored just like that even if proven for spreading false information?

Why not spent 10min on internet to understand difference in numbers shown as revenues and profits and cash flow statements first rather than hyperventilate on half baked knowledge..? What value does it add to your own personal knowledge and to the forum..?

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Postby JayS » 18 Feb 2019 09:25

KaranM, remember we talked about Project Kautilya..? It breaks cover now.

ISRO to launch ELNIT satellite EMISAT aboard PSLV C45 on 14th March 2019. News in TOI.


Some blog mentioned its 500kg class Sat. Based on same platform as HySIS.

https://t.co/8pEbwRRGEk

Also I noticed DRDO's tech road map for 2021-26 has an item on creating ELNIT Sattelite cluster Tech

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Postby jaysimha » 06 Mar 2019 12:11

The institution of electronics and telecommunication engineers
Golden jubilee mid term symposium
5th april 2019
Dwarka, New Delhi
http://www.iete.org/Final-MTS-brochure-2019.pdf

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Postby Karan M » 06 Mar 2019 12:23

Just noticed this. Mind was completely on the border stuff. Looks like a great force multiplier, hope we put several of them up in the sky, not just one along with more mil dedicated comm sats.

JayS wrote:KaranM, remember we talked about Project Kautilya..? It breaks cover now.

ISRO to launch ELNIT satellite EMISAT aboard PSLV C45 on 14th March 2019. News in TOI.


Some blog mentioned its 500kg class Sat. Based on same platform as HySIS.

https://t.co/8pEbwRRGEk

Also I noticed DRDO's tech road map for 2021-26 has an item on creating ELNIT Sattelite cluster Tech

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Postby jaysimha » 06 Mar 2019 12:34

Advances in Explosive and Propellants
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March 5-9, 2019
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Postby jaysimha » 06 Mar 2019 12:40

The same thing is mentioned here also
ISRO to launch defence satellite in March for DRDO
https://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/pub/npc/20 ... ch2019.pdf

The ISRO will also be launching two more defence satellites sometime in
July/August with its new rocket Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV)

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Postby ramana » 06 Mar 2019 23:30

We should monitor this regularly and post interesting news from DRDO.
More volunteers needed.

https://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/English/in ... public.jsp

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Postby Karan M » 07 Mar 2019 00:50

MOD Annual report for 2017-18 is finally out. Enjoy.

https://mod.gov.in/sites/default/files/ ... rt1718.pdf

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Postby Vips » 07 Mar 2019 03:30

Ordnance Factory looks to revive production of anti-aircraft guns.

Ordnance Factory Board is looking to revive the anti-aircraft guns production at its facility in West Bengal. It has also received demand for production of ‘some items’ in the wake of India’s escalating border tension with Pakistan.

“There has been demand for some items which cannot be revealed and we are fulfilling (them),” Saurabh Kumar, DGOF and Chairman, Ordnance Factory Board, told newspersons on the sidelines of CII Eastern Region annual meeting here on Wednesday.

He was responding to a query on whether there was some ‘extra activity’ in the OFB plants post the Pulwama terror attack.

The revival of anti-aircraft guns will be done at OFB’s Cossipore Gun and Shell factory. Production of anti-aircraft guns, which began in the early 1960s, was discontinued due to lack of demand. However, it would now be revived as there is demand from “Indian Army as well as outside,” he said. Kumar though refused to divulge further details.

Meanwhile, OFB has received order worth ₹1,000 crore for production of 114 ‘Dhanush’ artillery guns from the Indian Army and the Defence Ministry.

“We got clearance for bulk production two weeks back. This is the first time India-made long-range artillery gun and the prototype has an indigenisation of 81 per cent. Final commercial assembly of these guns will take place in the Gun Carriage Factory, Jabalpur,” he said.

The steel forging and casting for the main components like gun barrels will take place in metal and steel factory at Ichapore. OFB’s cumulative order book stands at around ₹50,000 crore.

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Postby sahay » 07 Mar 2019 05:15

Karan M wrote:MOD Annual report for 2017-18 is finally out. Enjoy.

https://mod.gov.in/sites/default/files/ ... rt1718.pdf

Some highlights from the report (forgive me if some or all of these were reported earlier):

  • HAL-developed mini-UAV handed over to CRPF
  • DRDO AEW&CS flew 230 sorties for 487 hours in 2017
  • 7 Rustom-II and 3 STFE have been built
  • HeliNa's seeker has been proven in a guided flight
  • SANT is being tested from Mi-35
  • Akash-1S and Astra use the same Ku-band active radar-homing seeker
  • WhAP/Kestrel undergoing trials
  • Advanced Light Towed Array Sonar is in user testing
  • DRDO AIP has demonstrated 14 days of endurance
  • Arudhra and Ashwini have completed trials
  • Hardened Linux-based OS developed for combat management system of ships and CABS avionics

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Postby ramana » 07 Mar 2019 05:24

I thought Dhanush was going to be assembled at OF Medak?

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Postby ks_sachin » 07 Mar 2019 07:10

Karan M wrote:MOD Annual report for 2017-18 is finally out. Enjoy.

https://mod.gov.in/sites/default/files/ ... rt1718.pdf

Karan the Whap is great news.
Any further info on where these will be used if successful.

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Postby jaysimha » 08 Mar 2019 10:54

DRDO chief Satheesh Reddy conferred Missile Systems Award by AIAA
https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ne ... 423963.ece

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Postby jaysimha » 08 Mar 2019 11:12

DRDO tech focus
Vol. 27 Issue 2 March-April 2019
Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE)
https://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/pub/techfo ... 19_web.pdf

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Postby ramana » 09 Mar 2019 05:47

sahay wrote:
Karan M wrote:MOD Annual report for 2017-18 is finally out. Enjoy.

https://mod.gov.in/sites/default/files/ ... rt1718.pdf

Some highlights from the report (forgive me if some or all of these were reported earlier):

  • HAL-developed mini-UAV handed over to CRPF
  • DRDO AEW&CS flew 230 sorties for 487 hours in 2017
  • 7 Rustom-II and 3 STFE have been built
  • HeliNa's seeker has been proven in a guided flight
  • SANT is being tested from Mi-35
  • Akash-1S and Astra use the same Ku-band active radar-homing seeker
  • WhAP/Kestrel undergoing trials
  • Advanced Light Towed Array Sonar is in user testing
  • DRDO AIP has demonstrated 14 days of endurance
  • Arudhra and Ashwini have completed trials
  • Hardened Linux-based OS developed for combat management system of ships and CABS avionics


Would add:
[*] Electronic Artillery Fuze development. Last week OFB tweeted batch production was qualified. Replaces M572 fuze
[*] Development of Smart Artillery Shell by OFB, ARDE, and IIT Mumbai
[*] DRDO developing Reduced Damage Weapons. I think these are pellet bombs for anti personnel use.

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Postby Karan M » 09 Mar 2019 10:43

Best part is this is last years report which was released almost a year late, i guess because MOD guys put out some 4 years of MOD reports so sat happy. Now, we are due this years report which will actually be current for last year. What we have in the above report is of stuff from April1, 2017 to March 31st 2018! Loads of stuff which happened last year.

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Postby Singha » 09 Mar 2019 21:56

https://www.indianweb2.com/2019/02/28/z ... nnectivity

funded by the zoho founder, signalchip unveils first MII 4g and 5g chips

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Postby Karan M » 09 Mar 2019 23:06

Thanks Singha. Very good news.

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Postby Pratyush » 10 Mar 2019 00:45

Singha wrote:https://www.indianweb2.com/2019/02/28/zoho-founder-backed-startup-unveils-indias-1st-made-in-india-semiconductor-chip-for-4g-5g-connectivity

funded by the zoho founder, signalchip unveils first MII 4g and 5g chips

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Anyone remember Ankur by Texas instruments?

Was it ever put in to production.

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Postby suryag » 10 Mar 2019 06:52

Since am in this area for long, something doesnt seem to be adding up here. Tried looking through their website, either they are in full skunk/stealth mode or this is all hocus pocus kind of announcement. we can shift this discussion to the tech forum thread.

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Postby Karan M » 15 Mar 2019 08:07

Friday, March 15, 2019

https://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india- ... are-508572
DRDO develops combat drugs to reduce casualties in Pulwama type attacks, warfare

With 90 per cent of gravely wounded security personnel succumbing to injuries within a few hours, DRDO's medical laboratory has come up with a range of 'combat casualty drugs' that can extend the golden hour till the trooper is shifted to hospital.

Reported by: PTI, New Delhi [ Updated: March 11, 2019 21:06 IST ]

DRDO develops 'combat drugs' to reduce casualties in Pulwama type attacks, warfare
With 90 per cent of gravely wounded security personnel succumbing to injuries within a few hours, DRDO's medical laboratory has come up with a range of 'combat casualty drugs' that can extend the golden hour till the trooper is shifted to hospital.

The spectrum includes bleeding wound sealants, super absorptive dressings and glycerated salines, all of which can save lives in the event of warfare in jungle and high altitude areas as well as in terror attacks, scientists said.

Citing the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama where 40 CRPF soldiers were killed, they said the medicines could have brought down the death toll.

According to developers of the drugs at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, a laboratory of the Defence Research and Development Organisation, chances of survival and minimum disability are highest when effective first aid care is given within the golden hour.

Scientists at INMAS, entrusted with research and development in a number of areas concerning the defence sector, said the main battlefield emergencies are excess bleeding, sepsis, shock, hypovolemia (decreased blood volume) and pain.

DRDO's indigenously made medicines will be a boon for paramilitary and defence personnel during warfare, said A K Singh, director general of life sciences at the organisation.

“These medicines will ensure that our brave soldiers do not suffer from unwanted blood loss while being taken to a better healthcare from war zones,” he told PTI.

The challenges are many. There is only one medical person and limited equipment to take care of soldiers during combat in most cases. This is compounded by battlefield conditions such as forests, hilly terrain and inaccessibility of vehicles, experts said.

Among the drugs developed is glycerated saline, a battlefield intravenous fluid that does not freeze till -18 degrees Celsius and is useful in handling trauma cases in high altitude areas.

According to Manju Bala Popli, senior scientist at INMAS, glycerated saline, unlike normal saline, reduces inflammation. The drug can be life saving, particularly if the traumatic edema, collection of fluid in tissues and cavities of the body, is in the brain or lungs.

“Glycerated saline has life saving capacities as it gives more time to the medical personnel to shift the wounded patient to a higher care facility,” Popli said.

INMAS has also developed a special medicated dressing material which is 200 times more absorptive than normal dressings during bleeding wounds.

Amit Tyagi, another senior scientist at INMAS and part of the team behind developing the drug, said the cellulose fibre-based dressings are more effective in stopping bleeding and keeping the wound clean.

Additionally, antiseptics, antibiotics and curcumin can be impregnated in the dressing which acts as a slow drug release system, said a note prepared by INMAS on the medicines developed by it.

“Normal cotton dressing used for bleeding wounds has sub optimal absorptive capacity and is soiled after sometime. In heavily bleeding wounds, putting a normal dressing can actually enhance the bleeding by sucking out the blood," said INMAS scientist Gaurav Mittal.

"It is safer and more effective to put in a long stuffed absorptive strip rather than individual gauge pieces. It has four-five times higher capacity to absorb blood,” he said.

Then there is Chitosan gel, which helps in preventing blood loss by forming a film over the wound. Coupled with platelets and red blood cells aggregation, it stops the bleeding. Its antibacterial and wound health properties are of added benefit.

“Chitosan gel is suitable for sealing wounds by twin action: haemostasis by chemical action and filing action. It can be used for wounds on the limbs and also cavities such as abdomen and thorax,” INMAS Director Tarun Sekhri told PTI.

The gel is poured onto the wound and held with physical pressure for few minutes till the bleeding stops, he said.

“It is topped by Chitosan wound cover. If the wound is deep, filters like silk and cellulose granules may be used after Chitosan gel,” he explained.

The products developed for jungle warfare are at the stage of implementation, said Aseem Bhatnagar, additional director of the institute.

“The Ministry of Home Affairs has recommended the cost-effective drugs to be inducted into their paramilitary forces while efforts are on with other forces for induction," he said.

Part of the range is hypocholorous acid (HOCL), a disinfectant for troopers involved in jungle warfare.

It is helpful in treating necrotising fascitis, a rapidly progressing bacterial infection of soft tissues. Bacterial toxins cause local tissue damage and necrosis, as well as blunt immune system responses. In such cases, pure 0.01 per cent HoCL has both broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity and can rapidly neutralise bacterial toxins.

Bhatnagar said jungle warfare wounds have significant infection risk. The standard approach is to treat them with antibiotics. However, overuse and misuse of antibiotics often leads to breeding resistant strains of superbugs.

“A safe and effective alternative method for managing infected wounds is by using a more non-traditional cleansing agent. While the use of HOCL does not obviate the need for antibiotic, it augments treatment and speed of wounds healing. Undesirable side effects and antibiotics resistance gets reduced,” Bhatnagar said.

INMAS scientists have also discovered a new route for administering the Nalbuphine injection to reduce pain during mutilating war injuries.

The scientists have discovered that 10 mg injection of Nalbuphine hydrochloride is more effective for an injured trooper if it is given through the submental/sublingual route instead of intra-muscular or intravenous route.

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Postby ramana » 16 Mar 2019 07:20

Primer on Mk82 bomb for reference...

http://characterisationexplosiveweapons ... aft-bombs/

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Postby Karan M » 16 Mar 2019 19:35

Ramana you will find this interesting.

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Postby ramana » 18 Mar 2019 06:23

Thanks for the link.

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https://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/whatsnew/W ... _Flyer.pdf
DRDO DRL tejpur, service industry scientist meet
4th april 2019

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A guest lecture on “Recent Developments in Airborne Surveillance Systems”
will be delivered by Shri. R. V. Ramkumar, Scientist 'F',
Centre for Airborne Systems -DRDO on 21-03-2019
https://www.bharathuniv.ac.in/

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4th Indian Conference on Applied Mechanics July 3-5, 2019 at IISc Bangalore
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big kumbh mela in hyd http://www.aesihyd.in/isb2019/index.php
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Postby Vips » 22 Mar 2019 17:23

Tata Power SED bags Rs 1,200 cr contract from defence ministry.

Tata Power Strategic Engineering Division (SED) has bagged a Rs 1,200 crore contract from the defence ministry for supply of ship-borne 3D Air Surveillance Radars.

Tata Power SED has signed a deal with the Ministry of Defence to supply 23 ship-borne 3D Air Surveillance Radars to the Indian Navy over the next 10 years, a Tata Power statement said Friday.

The contract was signed under the Buy & Make (India) category of the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) 2013 that will be offering the Indian Navy a proven solution, with a production arrangement in India under Transfer of Technology (ToT).

The contract will be executed by Tata Power SED as the prime contractor with foreign OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) partner Indra Sistemas, Spain.

In November 2017, Tata Power SED had signed a contract with the defence ministry for supply of Portable Diver Detection Sonar (PDDS) for Indian Naval applications.

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Postby JayS » 22 Mar 2019 18:05

^ Is this their inhouse development..?


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