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Aero India 2015: The event to witness four advanced radar systems

New Delhi: Aero India which is one of the biggest aero shows of not only in India but also Asia is going to start from February 18 in which various companies from the Aviation industry

India TV News Desk India TV News Desk Updated on: February 11, 2015 11:34 IST
aero india 2015 the event to witness four advanced radar
aero india 2015 the event to witness four advanced radar systems

New Delhi: Aero India which is one of the biggest aero shows of not only in India but also Asia is going to start from February 18 in which various companies from the Aviation industry will put on display their latest products and will try to influence the target audience.

In this biennial event in Bengaluru an Indian company named Offset India Solutions – Advanced Technologies Private Limited will showcase their four advanced radar system for air and ground surveillance.

One of the radar systems which the firm claims to be the first of its kind is used to fright away the birds which keep flying near the air strips and sometimes results in fatal accidents due to collision with the aircraft .With the positioning of these kinds of radars the incidents related with bird hitting the aircrafts can be restricted to a large extent.

The second system of radars can be used in the deep jungles according to the company since these radars have the capability of seeing through the deep foliage to identify the infiltrators who try to sneak in by using the jungle as the cover for their activities.

The third radar system which again as a unique feature attached with it is that it not only identify any rogue Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) or aircraft but also it helps to provide a collision in case two UAVs are on the same path.

The final radar is used for ground surveillance and it can detect human beings crawling in the ground from the distance of two kilometers. A representative of the company has said that all the variants of the radar system are under patent filings. 

He  further stated that  that the bird detection system has successfully completed the field trials and has even received order from the Indian Air Force  to buy such system.

 

 

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