Defexpo 2006

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Postby Sudhir » 03 Feb 2006 00:45

JCage wrote:Floating axle(s), looks like a TATRA replacement, and the one displayed seems to be carrying a generator of some sort, or whats them radiators for?.


Is the Hanuman an Indian designed truck?

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Postby JCage » 03 Feb 2006 02:12

Might have Indian input in design...the partner is the famous MAN group, thanks to Sharma for the headsup..

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Postby Cybaru » 03 Feb 2006 02:17

Sharma wrote:Please let me know fastest and easiest way of uploading videos here. In total 19 videos of DefeXpo and size ranging fro 3 to 20 mb.



If you have the copyrights, I don't mind hosting them for you.

Drop me mail at cy_baru at yahoo

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Postby John Snow » 03 Feb 2006 02:34

JCage wrote:Might have Indian input in design...the partner is the famous MAN group, thanks to Sharma for the headsup..


The front part has more of Russian foot print than MAN.

(Shakthi) MAN was made in Ambajari IIRC

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Postby Nandai » 03 Feb 2006 03:52

Looks somewhat like the trucks here, specially the crew compartment, although these are 8x8 and not 6x6 as Hanuman - http://www.man-mn.co.uk/en/Trucks/Branc ... efence.jsp

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Postby Sharma » 03 Feb 2006 09:42

Cybaru wrote:
Sharma wrote:Please let me know fastest and easiest way of uploading videos here. In total 19 videos of DefeXpo and size ranging fro 3 to 20 mb.



If you have the copyrights, I don't mind hosting them for you.

Drop me mail at cy_baru at yahoo


Thanks for the offer but it says ur mail id do not exists.

Those videos are shot by me so copyrights are with me.

My mail id is amit(dot)sharma(at the rate)oup(dot)com

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Postby arun » 03 Feb 2006 10:15

Duplicate. Self deleted.
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Postby arun » 03 Feb 2006 10:16

Def Expo Pics from RIA Novosti :

Ria Novosti

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Postby vishal » 03 Feb 2006 11:33

Vipul wrote:What is this Jalopy in the foreground at the TATA Pavilion?

www.rian.ru/photolents/20060131/43263597_7.html


Looks like a dune-buggy, the kind in a lot of cool SEAL photos from the first PG war.

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Postby Sharma » 03 Feb 2006 11:54

Kesri you posted like a press release by some government deptt.

"Promising much-Delevering nothing". Just kidding.

DRDO people are very helpful and answering all queries. I overheard some college boy arguing Brahmos man that as per International laws India can not use Super computer for weapon systems. And DRDO man was very patient. He listen that idiot and explained him international laws along with FCS of Brahmos. DRDO people are doing very good job and that too in when almost all of them are positioned outside where everybody is visiting ( pass not required so strictly there) ranging school children to house wifes, small time shopkeepers to all govt babus.......

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Postby Arun_S » 03 Feb 2006 11:59

Sharma: Good photo's. I am sure by the time yiu return you would have hundreds of shots. I would like to look at them all.

Please try to take clearphotos of the wall boad posters for they have the most information and often hidden nuggets.


Msg for all BRFites at the EXPO: See if you can get the contact at Brahmos for getting copyright permission for some of their exclusive photos? {From AI05 meeting with the Brahmos guys at stall I tried contacting their webmaster for more photos but to no avail.}

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Postby chan » 03 Feb 2006 12:59

Could someone enquire about that new missile defence system that RCI is working on that the DRDO director described to be "better than the THAAD system" ?

In addition - try getting info/programme status/compatability on the LCA of the Israeli EL/M-2052 AESA radar and the UK Selex Vixen 500E AESA radar - both of which have been offered to India for the Mig-35 and the LCA Tejas. Try to find out if Tech Transfer can be negotiated on these AESA radars and the Raytheon -79 AESA of the F-18 SH.

Will LRDE getting hold of the tech on the Irbis ? What is the status of the Irbis ? Is it PESA or AESA ?

Check on the unit cost of the F-18 SH, Eurofighter, Gripen, Mig-35 in their fully loaded versions.

Ask about the Surya ICBM and the MCA as well. Try finding out if the Russian 5th gen project that India is interested in is the Mig/Mukhademov I-2000 LFI ?

And lastly - blast the guys at the DRDO stall for not reverse engineering more :evil:

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Postby Anabhaya » 03 Feb 2006 13:44

Include a question about Infantry modernisation plan of the Army too. :)

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Postby Himanshu » 03 Feb 2006 14:08

http://www.militarytrucks.man-mn.com/en ... series.jsp

This is the acctual truck being displayed by MAN at defexpo. MAN has technical collaboration with FORCE Motors in India where they are introducing there commercial lines.

http://www.forcemotors.com/html/product ... 62&root=20

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Postby JCage » 03 Feb 2006 14:16

Himanshu, was wondering when you'd show up!

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Postby JaiS » 03 Feb 2006 15:16

Initial photos, will be posting more soon.

BrahMos Land Target

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BrahMos Infoboard Naval Target ( has been posted before on BR )

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Postby JaiS » 03 Feb 2006 15:17

I have collected brochures of the following. Will be posting them later.

- ROSOBORONSERVICE ( INDIA )

- ROV ( REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLE )

- SMERCH

- PBGM ( PROCESSOR BASED GROUND MINE )

- RHEINMETALL DEFENCE ELECTRONICS GmBH's AVIOR LASER PROJECTION SYSTEM. The same has been selected for IN's MiG-29K simulator.

- RHEINMETALL DEFENCE ELECTRONICS GmBH's Maritime Simulation Products

- RHEINMETALL DEFENCE ELECTRONICS GmBH's Gunnery and Combat Simulation

- RHEINMETALL DEFENCE ELECTRONICS GmBH's Miscelllanous Products

- SPIKE-MR/LR Weapon System

- SPIKE-ER Weapon System

- LORROS

- ELTA EL/M-2052 AESA Radar

- ELISRA Brochure

- NSTL's TAL Light Weight Torpedo

- ADE's PC BASED COST EFFECTIVE SIMULATOR

- UKRSPETSEXPORT's Gunner Simulator for 2K22 Tunguska Complex

- UKRAINE's ZORYA-MASHPROEKT - Gas Turbine Research and Production Complex

- F119-PW-100 Turbofan Engine

- OMNIPOL's VERA-E Passive Survellaince System ( follow on to Tamara System )

- OMNIPOL's BORAP Long Range Passive Recce System

- OMNIPOL's SDD Long Range Passive Recce System

- OMNIPOL's VERA-AP Passive Survellaince System for Air Traffic Control

- DRDO's NBC Canister - " NEELKANTHA 'A'"

- DRDO's Nerve Agent Detector

- DRDO's hand held instrument for sensing G agent SARIN

- Mishra Dhatu Nigam Limited

- LCA - Navy

- ELEKTROPRIBOR's PARUS-98E UNIFIED PERISCOPE SYSTEM

- RUBIN BUREAU's KILO class submarine

- RUBIN BUREAU's AMUR-1650 class submarine

- FSUE <<SALYUT>>'s FREGAT-M2EM NAVAL RADAR

- FSUE <<SALYUT>>'s POIMA-E PROCESSING SYSTEM

- PALMA AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM

- BAZALT's FAB-500 M-62 with correction kit MPK

- BAZALT's RBK-500 cluster bomb fitted with SPBE-D SENSOR-FUSED SUBMUNITIONS

- BAZALT's 500kg FAE bomb - ODAB-500PMV

- BAZALT's RShG-1 ASSAULT ROCKET GRENADE WITH THERMOBARIC WARHEAD AND DISPOSABLE LAUNCHER

- ALMAZ-ANTEY's 9M317ME MISSILE

- ALMAZ-ANTEY's 9M317 MISSILE

- BUK-M1-2 ADMS

- RADIOZAVOD's MP32M1 - ROCKET ARTY C2 SYSTEM

- RADIOZAVOD's 9S482M7 MOBILE CONTROL POST

- RADIOZAVOD's 9S737M RANZHIR UNIFIED BATTERY COMMAND POST

- RADIOZAVOD's 9S52M1 Polyana-D4M1 Automated C2 Post

- NOVATOR's 3M-54E1/3M-54TE1 AShCM

- NOVATOR's 3M-54E/3M-54TE AShCM

- NOVATOR's 91RE1/91RTE2 Anti-Submarine Missile

- FSUE PRIBOR's 23x152B mm API-T round for ZU-23 and ZSU-23-4 SHILKA Air defense systems

- FSUE PRIBOR #1

- FSUE PRIBOR #2

- ALTAIR's "GIBKA" - TURRET LAUNCHER FOR IGLA MISSILE

- ALTAIR's "SMETA-E" - CONTROL SYSTEM OF PK-2M COMPLEX

- ALTAIR's "KLINOK" AIR DEFENCE SYSTEM

- ALTAIR's MULTIPURPOSE RADAR FCS 5P-10-03E

- L&T'S POWER DISTRIBUTION SOLUTIONS FOR INDIAN NAVY

- BEL'S ACCCS

- BEL'S WLR

- NEW NOGA LIGHT Ltd.

- ELBIT'S HERMES 450

- SPECK's LOW COST MULTI MISSION UAVs

- BEL's SECURE TELEPHONE "SHRUTI"

- ROV #2

- NSTL's MULTI BARREL DECOY LAUNCHER

- DEFENCE LAB ( JODHPUR )'S NBC WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM

- TYPHOON JSC's POZITIV-ME1(1.2) SHIPBORNE RADAR

- TYPHOON JSC's MINERAL-ME SHIPBORNE RADAR

- TYPHOON JSC's POZITIV-MEK SHIPBORNE RADAR

- TYPHOON JSC's MONOLIT-B COASTAL SURFACE AND AIR RECONNAISANCE SYSTEM

- LRDE's 3D-CAR

- BRAHMOS

- SAAB- CARL-GUSTAF WEAPON SYSTEM

- BARRACUDA CAMOUFLAGE's ADVANCED REVERSIBLE CAMOUFLAGE SCREEN ( ARCAS )

- SAAB BARRACUDA - SIGNATURE MANAGEMENT BY BARRACUDA

- GRIPEN ( newer ) BROCHURE

- GRIPEN FOR INDIA

- AVRORA's MAIN COMMAND POST OF AMUR-950 PROJECT SUBMARINE

- L&T's DEGAUSSING SYSTEM FOR IN

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Postby JCage » 03 Feb 2006 15:25

Awesome. Did you speak with the DRDO folks this time around? Anyone from Datapatterns and other SME's etc?

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Postby Singha » 03 Feb 2006 15:43

just like last time yeoman service, merits a Legion de Merite.

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Postby Philip » 03 Feb 2006 17:27

An old P-17 model that has few features ,apart from the usual weaponry forward of the bridge (similar to Talwar),gatlings and two Sea Kings aft ,was spotted.Nothing about the P-28.The lucky chaps who were there for more days might have gleaned some info from the concerned gents connected with those programmes.There was a very interesting video clip of the Kashtan CIWS system in action.It appears to be quite lethal.Also clips of launches and fast reloads of the SA-N-7/17 Shtil SAM aboard the Talwars,etc. It does take a few seconds for the reload and the second missile to be fired,nothing like a simultaneous VLS launch of SAMs against multiple targets. Since the VLS version of the same SAM has been developed and is reportedly being evaluated for the P-15A (along with othre options),it is worth speculating whether the follow on P-17s will feature this sytem instead of the single launcher.The Russian stands had video clips of almost all missile types displayed,so did the Europeans for Aster,etc.

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Postby Himanshu » 03 Feb 2006 18:40

Whose that guy?


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Postby Sharma » 03 Feb 2006 18:50

Himanshu wrote:Whose that guy?


A Sarpanch (Village Head) from Chandigarh.

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Postby JCage » 03 Feb 2006 18:56

Edit: Raju nailed it.
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Raju

Postby Raju » 03 Feb 2006 19:00

No comments !
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Postby JCage » 03 Feb 2006 19:01

Re: Water Tight.

http://putfile.com/pic.php?pic=2/3307130687.jpg&s=x2

This is the Company.

http://www.conceptshapers.com/products.html

And the product in the fish tank is if I am not mistaken, the display for the BFSR-SR.

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Postby Sharma » 03 Feb 2006 19:45

DRDO's ROV Climbing Stairs

23 more videos coming

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Postby Sharma » 03 Feb 2006 19:49

Raju wrote:No comments !

U were right man. He is Mandeep Singh Bajwa.

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Postby Kakarat » 03 Feb 2006 21:19

Sharma wrote:Some Defexpo pix shot by me

TANK EX



It looks like the Tank-Ex has got its rubber padded tracks. will the T-72s get them?

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Postby rajat_p » 03 Feb 2006 21:34

last time Israeli official refuse to comment on army using Tavor21 but this time official said indian para(sf) is using Tavor21 without under barrel grenade launcher, they have supplied around 3000 guns...

DRDO showcased their Battle Field Surveillance Radar-Short Range with camera ..the guy said that they have supplied army around 1500 radars so far and they have introduced radar with camera which can show the real time image day n night upto 4 km..and with the radar they can track upto 15 km and they can calculate the distance and speed at which the enemy or target is moving towards them

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Postby yogindra » 03 Feb 2006 23:47



Sharma,

You should put some reference to yourself or BRF on these files.

What is the point of handing out free lunches?

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Postby JCage » 04 Feb 2006 01:06



Check the bottom of the pic. You have the OFB AMR and MBGL and smoke launcher.

http://putfile.com/pic.php?pic=2/3200422770.jpg&s=x2

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Postby Sanjay » 04 Feb 2006 04:45

Thanks for the pics.

Any more information on the small arms and products displayed by OFB and DRDO ?

I am curious as to the configuration of the INSAS carbines and the apparently small size of the magazines - is that really 5.56mm ? If so, firing a full-charge rifle round from that Uzi-type carbine must be quite an achievement.

What about metamorphosis - the OFB's 130 to 155mm prototype - and all those neat wheeled vehicles from DRDO displayed last time ?

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Postby Nandai » 04 Feb 2006 04:57

I doubt the carbine version of the INSAS fires 5.56mm ammunition, judging by the size of the clip Im guessing 9mm.

That Vidhwansak looks like a real brute, really neat, any pictures of it from other angles? BTW, what does Vidhwansak mean?
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Postby A Sharma » 04 Feb 2006 04:58

Vidhwansak mean destructive


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