New Delhi: Updated: Feb 27 , am hrs. According to government sources, following Indian pressure, Israel has opened price negotiations for Lakshya as part of a deal to offset the large amount of military equipment Israeli companies are selling to New Delhi. Over the past five years Israel has, after Russia, become Indias second-largest supplier of military equipment. The price was being negotiated, he said at the Aero India , show earlier this month. However, sources in ADE who are responsible for Lakshyas development and limited series production of five systems each for Indias three services - confirmed that Israel was the country to which Dr Aatre was referring. Lakshya is a reusable remote operated aerial target system, for providing training to gun and missile crew and air defence pilots.
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Shiv, I have to appreciate the fact that you, unlike some other defence journos have stopped the annoying practice of watermarking MOD pictures as your own. Please do watermark pictures that you have taken and have exclusive rights to and for which you should get all the due credit.
Madhavan Nair? If scientists, army chiefs are witch hunted and victimized like this, we common mortals have no chance what so ever. Are we heading towards another emergency, the way this govt. There is always a doubt that all indigenous developmental efforts for defence requirements are adversely affected due to influence of external forces that do not want India to become self reliant in its defence requirements. We have seen during recent days that corruption has penetrated deep into our system of governance and bureaucracy.
Please analyse the present status of Lakshya. Why should it take more than two decades to achieve the current state of deveopment of the product. Please review the developmental status of Marine Kaveri. It was declared succssfully developed. What happend thereafter. Should we not have installed ten such engines on various ships and completed the user trials. Government should inform the nation about the status of marine Kaveri engine. There is a huge backlog of supplies for ALH Dhruv.
Why do we not increase the manufacturing capacity of Helicopters. Why the manufacturng capacity of HAL Kanpur is neither augmented nor any other product is allotted to it for manufacturing for more than one decade. The authorities appear to have taken a vow not to export any of the products successfully developed by DRDO. Indian economy as a whole is also adversely affected due to improper utilising of Defence Budget for development of defence products.
What is the proof that external influence is not preventing India to become more self reliant. Your email address will not be published. In a flight lasting over 30 minutes, it was made to dive down from an altitude of around m to just 12 m and maintained required altitude for the specified time before demonstrating auto climb-out.
The entire flight was pre-programed and was totally successful. It demonstrated various technologies and sub-systems including software correction to auto rudder scheme done to prevent loss of mission, engaging and flying in way point navigation mode while carrying 2 tow targets. During the flight one of the tow targets was released and the other was deployed while way point navigation was on.
Anonymous January 25, at pm shiv any news on late combat aircraft. Anonymous January 25, at pm Shiv, I have to appreciate the fact that you, unlike some other defence journos have stopped the annoying practice of watermarking MOD pictures as your own.
But where is the watermark? Anonymous January 25, at pm Cant the same tech be reused for Nirbhay to some extend??????? Anonymous January 26, at am Well any news on agni 5 test dates. Chaudhuri January 26, at pm There is always a doubt that all indigenous developmental efforts for defence requirements are adversely affected due to influence of external forces that do not want India to become self reliant in its defence requirements. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.
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Pilotless Target Aircraft – LAKSHYA
A variant Lakshya-1 is used to perform discreet aerial reconnaissance of battlefield and target acquisition. The drone remotely piloted by a ground control station provides realistic towed aerial sub-targets for live fire training. The drone is ground or ship launched from a zero length launcher and recovery is by a two-stage parachute system developed by ADE DRDO , for land- or sea-based recovery. The drone has a crushable nose cone, which absorbs the impact of landing, minimizing damage.
DRDO Tests Lakshya-II Target Drone
Advanced Pilotless Target Aircraft - Lakshya