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Navaratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronic Limited (BEL) today said that it will showcase its R&D capabilities at the Aero India 2013 by displaying its latest range of products and systems. The company said that it is the main attraction at the 9th International Exhibition on Aerospace, Defence & Civil Aviation which would be Network Centric Warfare (NCW) systems developed indigenously for the Indian defence forces.
NCW solutions for the Navy will include Combat Management System, which automates tactical data from the ship's sensors to provide decision support to the ship's Command, the company said in a statement.
In the Aero India show which is to be held from February 6 to 10, BEL will also include cutting-edge technology based C4I systems catering to all the 3 Services - like computing elements in various forms, right from wrist-wearable computers, hand-held computers and Tablet PC to rugged laptop; communication equipment such as Software Defined Radio with different variants, among others .
The company is laying thrust on developing new technology modules which will be on show at the exhibition such as Microwave Power Modules and TR Modules for use in radars.
MEMs-based products for use in sonars, microwave components used in air-borne EW systems and simulator for Akash Missile System, Upgraded Indigenous Forward Observer Simulator, and simulator for weapon locating Radar. The key elements for underwater solutions which will be on show will be HUMSA test bed with transducers and Expendable Decoys for ships and submarines.