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Empowering India through self Relience

Empowering India through self Relience Defence Defence Research Research & & Development Development

Defence Defence Research Research & & Development Development Organisation Organisation

self Relience Defence Defence Research Research & & Development Development Organisation Organisation

VISION

Make India prosperous by establishing world class science and technology base and provide our Defence Services decisive edge by equipping them with internationally competitive systems and solutions.

MISSION

Design, develop and lead to production state-of-the- art sensors, weapon systems, platforms and allied equipment for our Defence Services.

Provide technological solutions to the Services to optimise combat effectiveness and to promote well-being of the troops.

Developinfrastructureandcommittedqualitymanpower and build strong indigenous technology base.

In partnership with:

The Industry, the Academic and other R&D centres in India and abroad

Spearheaded by:

Mr. R. K. Mathur Defence Secretary Secretary, Department of Defence R & D Director General Defence Research & Development Organisation Director General Aeronautical Development Agency Ministry of Defence, Governement of India DRDO Bhavan, New Delhi – 110 105

CONTENTS Aircraft & Systems 01 Avionics & Micro Electronics 09 Aerodynamic Decelerators 13

CONTENTS

Aircraft & Systems

01

Avionics & Micro Electronics

09

Aerodynamic Decelerators

13

Materials

15

Missiles

17

Radars & EW Systems

21

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

25

Participating DRDO Labs

30

17 Radars & EW Systems 21 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles 25 Participating DRDO Labs 30 LAKSHYA

LAKSHYA

AIRCRAFT & SYSTEMS

LCA - TEJAS

EMBRAER (AEW&C)

RUSTOM-II

LCA AF Mk1 FRIGHTER & TRAINER

LCA FIGHTER (IAF)

LCA AF Mk1 FRIGHTER & TRAINER LCA FIGHTER (IAF) Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), an autonomous body

Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Defence is the nodal agency for the design and development of Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) whose principal partner is Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, DGAQA, BEL, various DRDO and CSIR Laboratories, Private and Public Sector undertakings and several academic institutions have actively participated and contributed to this truly national venture which has directly and indirectly bridged major technological gaps in several disciplines.

TEJAS, the Indian Light Combat Aircraft is the smallest, lightest, multi-role supersonic aircraft in the world and is one among the best in its class. This single seat, single engine, highly agile, tailless tactical fighter with compound delta wing is designed primarily for ‘air combat’ and ‘offensive air support’ with ‘reconnaissance’ and ‘anti ship’ as its secondary roles.

Today we have two Technology Demonstrators (TDs), Five Prototype Vehicles (PVs) which includes Two Twin Seater / Trainer, Seven Limited Series Production Vehicles (LSP) and two Naval Prototypes are undergoing Flight Trials. The LCA Tejas Series Production-1 (SP1) was handed over by Defence Minister to Indian Air Force. Initial block of flight testing of Naval variant of LCA was successfully completed. A significant milestone of the maiden ski jump launch of the first LCA Navy Prototype was successfully carried out at Goa in Dec 2014. The progress of the Tejas is well marked by completion of Initial Operational Clearance (IOC) leading to the delivery of the first Series Production (SP1) aircraft to the IAF. The programme is triumphantly moving towards certification for Final Operational Clearance (FOC).An operational type trainer / two seat aircraft for Tejas AF Mk1; has been developed by ADA and its partners - since 2007. Two prototype trainer aircraft are currently undergoing rigorous flight tests.

aircraft are currently undergoing rigorous flight tests. LCA TRAINER (IAF) Tejas AF Mk1 Trainer Final Operational

LCA TRAINER (IAF)

Tejas AF Mk1 Trainer Final Operational Clearance (FOC) target is December 2015. This will include certification for defined flight envelope (Mach, g and AOA), all weather, day & night and armament operations.

LCA AF Mk2

LCA AF Mk2 is an improvement over LCA AF Mk1 with higher thrust engine. This aircraft will have improved survivability, maintainability and obsolescence mitigation. Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar, Unified Electronic warfare Suite (UEWS) and On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS) are some of the state of the art technologies planned to be integrated. Thecockpitdesignhasbeenimprovedwithbiggersize, smart Multi function Displays (MFD) and smart Head Up Display (HUD).

Key Features

• Improved Performance, Survivability & Maintainability

• Higher thrust Engine

• Aerodynamic improvements

• Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar

• Digital Flight Control Computer Upgrade

• Unified Electronic Warfare Suite

• Avionics Upgrade

• Glass Cockpit

• Fuel Dumping System

• On Board Oxygen Generation System

• Increased Fuel Capacity

• Increased Pay load

• Obsolescence Management

Dimensions

Span

:

8.2 m

Length

:

13.7 m

Height

:

4.4 m

Powerplant

GE-F414-INS6

Improved Cock Pit On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS) Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar

Improved Cock Pit

Improved Cock Pit On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS) Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar

On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS)

Improved Cock Pit On-Board Oxygen Generation System (OBOGS) Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar

Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar

Performance Service Ceiling : ‘g’ Limits : 15 Km +9 / -3.5 Max speed :
Performance
Service Ceiling :
‘g’ Limits
:
15 Km
+9 / -3.5
Max speed
:
Supersonic

LCA NAVY Mk1

LCA NAVY Mk1 Take-off Area Landing area Optical Landing System LCA Navy Programme to design and
Take-off Area
Take-off Area
Landing area
Landing area
Optical Landing System

Optical Landing System

LCA Navy Programme to design and develop a Carrier Borne Fighter Aircraft was sanctioned in 2003 after the successful initial flight testing of LCA (Air Force) variant, Tejas. Two prototypes, a two seat Trainer (NP1) and a single seat Fighter (NP2) with more internal fuel have been developed in Phase-1 of the programme. These two aircraft will be used as Technology Demonstrators to carry out Carrier Suitability Certification and Air Defence Weapon Integration. After initial testing in a typical Air Force ‘up & away’ flight envelope, Carrier Compatibility Test (CCT) will be carried out in the Shore Based Test Facility (SBTF) built at the Naval Air Station at Goa, replicating an aircraft carrier having Restraining gear and Ski-jump for take-off.

The first LCA Navy prototype, NP1 had its maiden flight on 27 Apr 2012, and initial flight testing was completed. The Aircraft has flown in supersonic speed, integrated with Centre Line Drop Tank and flown successfully in various manouevres.

Np1 aircraft has successfully made its maiden Ski- jump Take-off from the Shore Based Test Facility (SBTF) at Goa on 20 Dec 2014. The aircraft is currently undergoing next phase of flight testing.

The second prototype and the first Naval fighter version NP2 has successfully completed its maiden flight on 7 th Feb 2015.

Once proved ashore, aircraft is cleared for flights on the Carrier for its carrier compatibility.

h Feb 2015. Once proved ashore, aircraft is cleared for flights on the Carrier for its

LCA NAVY Mk2

LCA NAVY Mk2 Phase-2 of LCA Navy Programme envisages development of two single seat Fighter aircraft

Phase-2 of LCA Navy Programme envisages development of two single seat Fighter aircraft with a new higher thrust engine (GE-F414-INS6) and further design optimisation to reduce drag. LCA Navy Mk2 would undergo weight reduction through a redesigned landing gear and associated structure and increased internal fuel as critical driving factors in its design. LCA Navy Mk2 will have enhanced mission performance and better maintainability.

Key Features

• Single Seat Fighter aircraft with optimised fuselage and wing aerodynamics

• Higher thrust from new engine: GE-F414-INS6

• Redesigned lighter Landing Gear and Arrestor Hook System

• Improved mission performance

• Fuel Dump System

• Designed for up to 4.5g deceleration during arrestment

Role

• Air to Air

• Air to Sea

• Air to Ground

Dimensions

Span

:

8.9 m

Length

:

14.56 m

Height

:

4.64 m

Air to Sea • Air to Ground Dimensions Span : 8.9 m Length : 14.56 m
Air to Sea • Air to Ground Dimensions Span : 8.9 m Length : 14.56 m
Air to Sea • Air to Ground Dimensions Span : 8.9 m Length : 14.56 m

AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS

AIRCRAFT ARRESTER BARRIER

An Aircraft Arrester Barrier is used to stop the forward momentum of an aircraft overshooting the runway in an emergency during landing or rejected take-off. This saves the pilot from injury and the aircraft from damage. The system is kept raisedwhenever there is flying activity in the station. Itcan alsobe put into action remotely from the ATC within seconds when a need arises. The system is installed at each end of the runway.

arises. The system is installed at each end of the runway. ADRDE PRECISION STABILIZED GIMBAL PAYLOAD
arises. The system is installed at each end of the runway. ADRDE PRECISION STABILIZED GIMBAL PAYLOAD

ADRDE

PRECISION STABILIZED GIMBAL PAYLOAD ASSEMBLY

Electro-optical (EO) payloads are used in air vehicles to perform battle field surveillance, reconnaissance, target acquisition, artillery fire correction, laser designation and damage assessment.

Salient Features Target Acquisition Range

: 17 Km (for Detection)

(3m x 3m target)

:

6 Km (for Recognition)

Spectrum

:

0.4 – 0.7 m (visible) and 3 - 5 mm (IR)

Payload NFOV

:

1 deg (approx)

TV Resolution

:

400 TV Line / Picture Height

Stabilization Accuracy

: Better than 30 mrad rms

Size

: 400 m Dia.

Weight (approx)

:

43 Kg (incl. of payloads and electronics)

Environmental

:

As per MIL-STD 810E (Tailored)

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AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS

KAVERI DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (KADECU)

Kaveri engine is equipped with state of the art Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) system. KADECU is microprocessor based real time embedded controller, which executes the engine control laws to control the engine to get optimum thrust within acceptable safety limits. Two such units are used in active-standby mode.

Salient Features

A real time monitoring system allows the acquisition

of data from the control units to enable the study of the control system performance vis-à-vis the engine behaviour.

INDIGENOUS GEAR BOX

Engine Accessory gearbox is one of the vital

sub-systems in a gas turbine, the engine being the drive unit for the starter, fuel pumps, Hydraulic

& Lube Oil pumps required for running the engine.

This has been indigenised. It is a single-input, multi-output type, light-weight, high-speed and has a high power-to-weight ratio.

Specifications Total horse power capacity

:

764 HP

Weight

:

55 Kg

Speed range

:

5600-30,000 RPM

No. of accessories

:

12

TBO

:

100 hrs

AIRCRAFT MOUNTED ACCESSORY GEARBOX (AMAGB)

Aircraft mounted accessory gearbox is one of the vital sub-systems in a aircraft, the engine being the drive unit for the starter, Hydraulic pumps and generator and one starter unit with the following features:

• Single input, multi-output

• Light-weight

• High-speed

• Magnesium alloy

• Self-contained lubrication

• Minicore oil galleries

Specifications Total horse power capacity

:

250 HP

Weight

:

37 Kg (Dry)

Speed range

:

16810 RPM

No. of accessories

:

4

TBO

:

450 hrs

37 Kg (Dry) Speed range : 16810 RPM No. of accessories : 4 TBO : 450

GTRE

37 Kg (Dry) Speed range : 16810 RPM No. of accessories : 4 TBO : 450

GTRE

37 Kg (Dry) Speed range : 16810 RPM No. of accessories : 4 TBO : 450

CVRDE

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AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS

8 AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS KAVERI ENGINE Kaveri Engine is an augmented low bypass twin spool turbofan
8 AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS KAVERI ENGINE Kaveri Engine is an augmented low bypass twin spool turbofan
8 AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS KAVERI ENGINE Kaveri Engine is an augmented low bypass twin spool turbofan
8 AIRCRAFT AND SYSTEMS KAVERI ENGINE Kaveri Engine is an augmented low bypass twin spool turbofan

KAVERI ENGINE

Kaveri Engine is an augmented low bypass twin spool turbofan engine of 80 KN thrust class. The engine cycle is based on a detailed system- analysis culminating into a potential power plant. The engine incorporates flat rated characteristics to pre-empt and mitigate the thrust drop due to high authority digital engine control with an adequate manual backup is a salient design feature of Kaveri Engine.

Salient Features

• Twin Spool, Low bypass engine

• Max thrust with after burner

• Thrust/weight ratio

• Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC)

Air mass flow Overall pressure ratio Max thrust (Dry)

: 78 Kg/s

:

21.5

:

52 KN (5290 Kg)

: 81 KN (8260 Kg)

: 7.8

KAVERI MARINE GAS TURBINE (KMGT)

The Kaveri Marine Gas Turbine (KMGT) engine, a derivative of Kaveri aero engine, is being developed as a power plant for propelling an Indian Navy Ship. The Gas Generator of the KMGT is derived from the Kaveri Engine and a two stage free turbine is designed to translate the gas power into mechanical output to drive the propeller.

Salient Features

• Output

:

15 MW at ISA SLS

• SFC

:

0.3 Kg/KW-hr

• Power Turbine Speed :

5800 RPM

• TET

:

1560 K (Max)

• Fuel

:

Low Sulphur High

Speed Diesel (LSHSD)

GTRE

FLIGHT ROTARY ENGINE (FRE)

Indigenously developed Wankel Rotary Engine for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Nishant. High power to weight ratio, less vibrations, lesser frontal area.

Salient Features

• Output

:

55 bhp at 8000 rpm

• Displacement

:

324 cc

• Compression Ratio

:

9.2:1

• Idle speed

:

2700–2900 rpm

• Specific fuel consumption

:

250 gm/bhp hr

VRDE

AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS

AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER - COCKPIT GLASS COCKPIT - TEJAS FIBER OPTIC
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER - COCKPIT GLASS COCKPIT - TEJAS FIBER OPTIC

AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER - COCKPIT

GLASS COCKPIT - TEJAS

AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER - COCKPIT GLASS COCKPIT - TEJAS FIBER OPTIC

FIBER OPTIC GYRO - GPS SYSTEM

AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS

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AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 1 0 FOG (Fiber Optic Gyro) Inertial Navigation System (FINGS) GPS System
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 1 0 FOG (Fiber Optic Gyro) Inertial Navigation System (FINGS) GPS System
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 1 0 FOG (Fiber Optic Gyro) Inertial Navigation System (FINGS) GPS System
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 1 0 FOG (Fiber Optic Gyro) Inertial Navigation System (FINGS) GPS System

FOG

(Fiber Optic Gyro) Inertial Navigation System (FINGS) GPS System

Key device for INS (Inertial Navigation System) measuring rate of turn.

ELECTRO MECHANICAL ACTUATORS (EMA)

Precise control of moving parts of missile.

ACCELEROMETER

Key device for INS (Inertial Navigation System) measuring the distance travelled.

OBC

(ON-BOARD COMPUTER)

The Missiles’s brain-controlling all systems.

DRDL, ASL, RCA, ITR

AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS

AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER (APTT)

& MICRO ELECTRONICS AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER (APTT) The APTT reproduces the cockpit on the ground
& MICRO ELECTRONICS AVIONICS PART TASK TRAINER (APTT) The APTT reproduces the cockpit on the ground

The APTT reproduces the cockpit on the ground with simulated displays (HUD, MFD) and controls (UFCP, HOTAS). The APTT provides functional simulation of all the avionics subsystems of the upgraded aircraft, EW Systems and weapon delivery systems. It provides training under normal flying (take-off, landing, and en route navigation) and under failure conditions. Aircraft model, based on 6-DOFs flight model mimicking the performance of the MiG-27 aircraft drives the software to enable the pilot to be trained on the ground on all aspects of upgraded avionics. Motion cues etc. are provided to the pilot by a low-cost “out of the window” display system.

MIG-27 UPGRADE PROJECTS

DRDO has converted MiG-27 aircraft in to State-of-the-art potent weapon platform by upgrading it with digital avionics system. The System is built around a modular mission computer termed Core Avionics Computer (CAC). The CAC, built on open system principles, houses functional modules using contemporary processors and devices. The functional modules are powering the mission computers on Jaguar and Su-30 MKI aircraft as well.

are powering the mission computers on Jaguar and Su-30 MKI aircraft as well. Existing Cockpit Upgraded

Existing Cockpit

are powering the mission computers on Jaguar and Su-30 MKI aircraft as well. Existing Cockpit Upgraded

Upgraded Cockpit

DARE

AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS

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AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 12 PULSED COUPLED CAVITY TWTS Key component for indigenous radars. WEARABLE COMPUTER
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 12 PULSED COUPLED CAVITY TWTS Key component for indigenous radars. WEARABLE COMPUTER
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 12 PULSED COUPLED CAVITY TWTS Key component for indigenous radars. WEARABLE COMPUTER
AVIONICS & MICRO ELECTRONICS 12 PULSED COUPLED CAVITY TWTS Key component for indigenous radars. WEARABLE COMPUTER

PULSED COUPLED CAVITY TWTS

Key component for indigenous radars.

WEARABLE COMPUTER

Compact, power-efficient, high performance palm size computer.

HEXAPOD

Four legged and six legged robots developed, to be utilized as “robot mules” in high altitude mountainous terrain for logistics support to troops.

SYSTEM ON CHIP

The brain of “on board computers” in the indigenous missile systems and platforms.

ANURAG, CAIR, DESIDOC, MTRDC, SAG, SSPL

AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS

AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS COMBAT FREE FALL SYSTEM LCA - TEJAS 13
AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS COMBAT FREE FALL SYSTEM LCA - TEJAS 13

COMBAT FREE FALL SYSTEM

LCA - TEJAS

AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS

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AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS 1 4 CONTROLLED AERIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (CADS) • Autonomous system with manual override feature
AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS 1 4 CONTROLLED AERIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (CADS) • Autonomous system with manual override feature
AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS 1 4 CONTROLLED AERIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (CADS) • Autonomous system with manual override feature
AERODYNAMIC DECELERATORS 1 4 CONTROLLED AERIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (CADS) • Autonomous system with manual override feature

CONTROLLED AERIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM (CADS)

Autonomous system with manual override feature for precise delivery of payload

• Capable of day/night operation with GPS & Heading as primary sensors

• Quick means of precise delivery without endangering the aircraft

• Easy to handle and maintain

COMBAT FREE FALL PARACHUTE SYSTEM

• Auto Opening Device both for Main and Reserve Parachute. Main and reserve parachutes identical and interchangeable

• Enables jumping from an altitude of 0.3 to 10 Km

• Can be deployed in High Altitude High Opening (HAHO) or High Altitude Low Opening (HALO) mode

• Protective clothing and complete oxygen breathing system with Dilution Demand Oxygen Regulation (DDOR) device to enable high altitude jumping

• Helmet mounted communication and night vision equipment also integrated

Assembly weight

:

22 Kg

Load Bearing

:

150 Kg

P-7 HEAVY DROP SYSTEM FOR IL-76 AIRCRAFT

Duck Drop System is used for Para Drop of four nos. of rubberized boats in their inflated condition in high seas by MARCOS. The P-7 Duck Drop System for IL-76 Aircraft consists of a platform (for placing the four boats), a parachute system (for safe descent of the load), lashing system (for lashing/unlashing the boats on the platform) and buoyancy system (for enabling the platform floating in sea water when the boats are removed from the platform after their recovery)

ADRDE

MATERIALS

JET FUEL STARTER - LCA
JET FUEL STARTER - LCA
INTEGRAL COMPONENTS OF JFS
INTEGRAL COMPONENTS OF JFS
HOLLOW BLADES & VANES - KAVERI ENGINE
HOLLOW BLADES & VANES - KAVERI ENGINE
KAVERI ENGINE

KAVERI ENGINE

MATERIALS

MATERIALS TURBINE INTEGRAL ROTOR The turbine rotors have been developed using Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technique
MATERIALS TURBINE INTEGRAL ROTOR The turbine rotors have been developed using Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technique

TURBINE INTEGRAL ROTOR

The turbine rotors have been developed using Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technique that consolidated pre-alloyed gas atomized stainless steel powders in a single step into complex near-net shapes of full

density. The shaft, the disc and all the blades in this component are one integral piece and the blade profile is net shape requiring no further machining

for the intended application.

Salient Features

• Homogenous and fine grained microstructure

• Improved mechanical propertied

• Significant cost reduction potential over conventional manufacturing processes

CERAMIC CORES

A viable process based on ceramic injection

moulding (CIM) has been developed. It is used

in making highly complex and intricate ceramic

cores required for making the five critical KAVERI gas turbine engine blades and vanes. These cores meet the stringent dimensional and other quality requirements needed for their use in the investment casting / directional solidification process.

the investment casting / directional solidification process. JET FUEL STARTER CASTING (INVESTMENT-CAST SUPER-ALLOY

JET FUEL STARTER CASTING (INVESTMENT-CAST SUPER-ALLOY PRODUCTS)

Investment casting technology has been developed to produce state-of-the-art hollow columnar- grained blades and vanes for aero gas turbine engines. Enabling Technology Centre for investment casting has been established at DMRL to produce

components for Kaveri engine, Jet Fuel Starter (JFS)

for LCA (Tejas) and Pilotless Target Aircraft Engine

(PTAE) for Lakshya.

This technology has also resulted in a civilian spin-off for the manufacture of large size blades used in land-based turbines for power generation (BHEL and NTPC).

in land-based turbines for power generation (BHEL and NTPC). HPC Blades of DMR Ti-600 Dual Material

HPC Blades of DMR Ti-600

power generation (BHEL and NTPC). HPC Blades of DMR Ti-600 Dual Material Integral Turbine Rotor DS

Dual Material Integral Turbine Rotor

and NTPC). HPC Blades of DMR Ti-600 Dual Material Integral Turbine Rotor DS HPT Blade Ti

DS HPT Blade

and NTPC). HPC Blades of DMR Ti-600 Dual Material Integral Turbine Rotor DS HPT Blade Ti

Ti Alloy Intercasing Ring

MISSILES

BRAHMOS - SUKHOI - 30 MKI
BRAHMOS - SUKHOI - 30 MKI
HELINA - (ALH-WSI) RUDRA
HELINA - (ALH-WSI) RUDRA
NIRBHAY
NIRBHAY

MISSILES

AKASH

AKASH Weapon System is an all-weather, point/area air defence weapon system for defending VA/VP against medium range targets penetrating from low, medium and high altitudes.

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penetrating from low, medium and high altitudes. 1 8 RCI Salient Features • Engagement range –

RCI

Salient Features

• Engagement range – 25 Km

• Able to engage targets like fighter aircraft, UAV, helicopters, cruise missiles

• Medium range Surface to Air Guided Weapon System

• Autonomous Area Air Defence

• Missile thrusts all the way to intercept

• Simultaneous engagement of multiple targets

• Integrated tested C4 I

• Rail, Road, Air Transportable

• Fully Integrated, cost effective solution

Transportable • Fully Integrated, cost effective solution ASTRA • First indigenous Beyond Visual Range air to

ASTRA

First indigenous Beyond Visual Range air to air missile

• State-of-the-art; comparable with the best

• Capable of engaging targets decisively upto 100 Km range

Astra Missile Feature:

Weight

-

154 Kg

Range

-

80 Km

Diameter

-

178 mm

Length

-

3570 mm

Launch range (Max) at 15 Km:

Head – on

-

80 Km

Tail Chase

-

> 15 Km

DRDL

MISSILES

BRAHMOS (SUPERSONIC CRUISE MISSILE)

• Supersonic cruise missile capable of being launched from multiple platforms based on land, sea, sub-sea and air

• Accurate, reliable, easy to operate, fastest reaction time, practically no possible counter measures

• Can be launched vertically or inclined

• Launched from the canister that also serves as storage cum transportation container

• Fastest ever induction of a weapon system from design to deployment

• Sea to sea and land to land versions in service with Navy & Army respectively

land versions in service with Navy & Army respectively Salient Features Maximum Range - 300 Km

Salient Features

Maximum Range

-

300 Km

Maximum Velocity

-

Mach 2.5 to 2.8

Warhead Mass

-

200 to 300 Kg

Cruise Altitude

-

Upto 14 Km

Terminal Altitude

-

10 to 15 m

Mass - 200 to 300 Kg Cruise Altitude - Upto 14 Km Terminal Altitude - 10
Mass - 200 to 300 Kg Cruise Altitude - Upto 14 Km Terminal Altitude - 10

BRAHMOS

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MISSILES

20 MISSILES AGNI SERIES • Surface to surface Strategic Missiles • Range from 700 to 5000

AGNI SERIES

• Surface to surface Strategic Missiles

• Range from 700 to 5000 Km

• Road mobile/rail mobile/canisterized launcher systems

• Incorporate many novel technologies

• Agni 1-3 inducted in services

• Agni 4 - Three successful launches

• Agni 5 - Two successful launches

NIRBHAY

Nirbhay is an all-weather low-cost long-range cruise missile with stealth and high accuracy. The missile has a range of more than 1000 km. It weighs about one tonne and has a length of 6 metres. It carries a ring laser gyroscope for high-accuracy navigation and a radio altimeter for the height determination.

It is capable of being launched from multiple platforms on land, sea and air and shall be inducted into Indian Navy, Army, and Air Force.

RCI

launched from multiple platforms on land, sea and air and shall be inducted into Indian Navy,

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RADARS & EW SYSTEMS

RADARS & EW SYSTEMS EMBRAER (AEW&C) WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR) 21

EMBRAER (AEW&C)

RADARS & EW SYSTEMS EMBRAER (AEW&C) WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR) 21

WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR)

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RADARS & EW SYSTEMS

2 2 RADARS & EW SYSTEMS WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR) Immediate weapon location and neutralisation is
2 2 RADARS & EW SYSTEMS WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR) Immediate weapon location and neutralisation is
2 2 RADARS & EW SYSTEMS WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR) Immediate weapon location and neutralisation is

WEAPON LOCATING RADAR (WLR)

Immediate weapon location and neutralisation is the key to modern battlefield superiority. The location of enemy weapon on the first round itself before the enemy can adjust and fire accurately onto our targets or relocate to a new position, is crucial for our own troop survival; effective counter battery fire demands, target acquisition and tracking of projectiles and accurate computation of enemy weapon position. WLR is designed and developed to fill this need. It locates modern, long-range artillery at or beyond the weapon’s effective range. It operates in a high-denisty fire environment. The indigenous WLR, configured on a wheeled vehicle, has an all-weather capability. It has high-mobility with quick reaction time. The product is a spin off of the Phased Array technology development for ‘Rajendra’ Radar. The performance of WLR is comparable to any radar of its class in the world.

XV 2004 (MARITIME PATROL AIRBORNE RADAR)

XV-2004 is a versatile maritime surveillance airborne radar system delivering excellent performances in search, rescue and maritime surveillance missions. The radar is easily adaptable to multiple platforms to search, detect and track multiple targets at long range. The radar has good sea clutter suppression features to detect small targets. In addition to the standard air to surface search modes with TWS, this radar provides high resolution range signature and ISAR image of the target which enables the user to classify the intercepted target. There is an air to air mode to detect and track aerial targets. Other modes include coastal mapping, weather, beacon and navigation.

3D TACTICAL CONTROL RADAR

The 3D Tactical Control Radar (TCR) is a stand-alone medium range, all weather 3D surveillance Radar for detection and identification of aerial targets, transmission of pertinent data to Target Data Receiver (TDR) 20 Km away from the Radar. The radar operates in S-band and is capable of Track- While-Scan (TWS) of airborne targets upto 90 Km for fighter aircrafts and 65 Km for UAVs, subject to line-of-sight clearance and radar horizon. The antenna in azimuth to provide 360 deg. all around, coverage and 50 deg, elevation coverage upto 10 Km height.

LRDE

RADARS & EW SYSTEMS

ROHINI

3D Medium Range Surveillance Radar, Rohini is a ground based mechanically scanning S-band pulse Doppler radar for air space surveillance to detect and track air targets with reliability, even under hostile EW operational environment. The radar has advanced technologies like digital receiver and programmable signal processor providing high resolution, accuracy, response and information availability. The software controlled high-speed digital advanced software algorithms, multiple high speed processors, and state-of-the-art digital technologies have made the radar an effective but user friendly and war time. The radar scans the air space 360 deg. in Azimuth and 30 deg. in elevation upto 18km height. The seven multibeam technology, in receive direction, is used to discern the height of the target accurately. The same is achieved using planar array with 32 rows of 48 radiating elements in each row distributed in four segments

radiating elements in each row distributed in four segments LONG RANGE SOILD STATE ACTIVE PHASED ARRAY

LONG RANGE SOILD STATE ACTIVE PHASED ARRAY RADAR (LSTAR)

LONG RANGE SOILD STATE ACTIVE PHASED ARRAY RADAR (LSTAR) Long range, multifunction Solid-State Active phased Array

Long range, multifunction Solid-State Active phased Array Radar, mainly for surveillance, detection and tracking of airborne targets.

Salient Features Radar Detection Range

:

200 Km for 2 m 2 target (Normal Mode)

Electonic Scanning

:

300 Km for 2 m 2 target (Extended Mode) +600 in Azimuth

Azimuth Beamwidth

:

10 (Receive) : 0.660 (Transmit)

Elevation Beamwidth

:

8.50

Resolution

:

200 m in Range, 1.50 in Azimuth

Accuracy

:

50m in Range, 0.50 in Azimuth, 10 in Elevation

LRDE

24

RADARS & EW SYSTEMS

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM

& EW SYSTEMS AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM The Indian Airborne Early Warning and Control

The Indian Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) System can detect, identify and classify threats present in the surveillance area and can act as a Command and Control to support different air operations. The system with its multiple Communication and Data Links can alert and direct fighters against threats, while providing ‘Recognizable Air Surface Picture’ (RASP) to commanders at the Ground Exploitation Stations (GES) that are strategically located. The AEW&C system can thus support in the offensive strike missions and assist Forces in the tactical battle area. The India AEW&C system also comprises Electronic and Communication Support Measures that can intercept and classify unfriendly radar transmissions and communication signals.

AEW & C has following features

• Multi Sensor Surveillance System

• Detection of Air Borne and Sea Surface targets

• All weather, Day Night Operation

• Detection, Identification, assessment and interception of Airborne threats

Air Space Management

CABS

AEROSTAT SYSTEMS

An Aerostat is a Lighter than Air system that can stay stationary in the air and are tethered to ground. Aerostat balloon derives a lifting force mainly by the buoyant effect that results from displacement of the higher density air surrounding it. The gas used is helium because it is safest as being inert and is not inflammable. Ground based sensors have limited line of sight (LOS) range due to the limitations posed by earth’s curvature. Mounting these sensors on elevated platforms could increase the LOS range. Aerostats act as proven platforms for these sensors especially in surveillance and communication role for a variety of civil and military applications.

role for a variety of civil and military applications. Capabilities • Surveillance, Communications, Broadcasting

Capabilities

• Surveillance, Communications, Broadcasting and Advertising

• Airborne early warning system and detection of low flying aircrafts and missiles

• Monitoring air traffic control

• Enhance the operational range of UAVs by providing communication relay

• Airborne and sea shore applications

ADRDE

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

RUSTOM - II
RUSTOM - II
PANCHI
PANCHI
RUSTOM - I
RUSTOM - I

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

PILOTLESS TARGET AIRCRAFT LAKSHYA

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES PILOTLESS TARGET AIRCRAFT LAKSHYA Lakshya is a cost effective re-usable aerial target. It

Lakshya is a cost effective re-usable aerial target. It is a subsonic system powered by a gas turbine engine and launched either from ground or ship. It carries two targets with a low length of 1.5 Km each having radar, IR or visual signature augmentation. These two targets are used for training of and or ship based gun and missile crew and combat aircraft pilots in weapon engagement.

Specifications

• Maximum All-up-Weight (including two tow bodies)

:

705 Kg

• Endurance at 1.5 Km at 0.56 Mach

:

50 min

• Maximum speed in clean configuration

:

0.65 Mach

• Maximum speed in clean configuration : 0.65 Mach • Maximum altitude-clean configuration : 9 Km

• Maximum altitude-clean configuration

:

9 Km

• Maximum altitude with tow bodies

:

5 Km

• Minimum altitude

:

300 m

• Rate of climb at sea level

:

>25 m/sec

NETRA

Specifications Weight (kg) Dimensions (cm) Battery Payload Capacity (g) Max Height (m) Endurance Range (km) Payload

Failure Modes

ADE

1.5 Kg 90 cm x 90 cm Compact Lithium Polymer 400 g 150 m 30 min per battery charge 1.5 Km LOS High Resolution CCD Camera with Pan/Tilt and Zoom facility Wireless video transmitter Communication loss/low battery - allowing for self recovery

R&DE

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE NISHANT

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE NISHANT NISHANT is a multi UAV with Day/Night operational capability

NISHANT is a multi UAV with Day/Night operational capability used for battlefield surveillance and reconnaissance, target tracking & localization and artillery fire correction. The electro-optic payloads are mounted on a stabilized steerable platform. A sophisticated image processing system is used for analysing the images transmitted from the UAV. The aircraft has a jam resistant command link and digital down link for transmission of imagery. The air vehicle has autonomous flight capabilities and is controlled from a user friendly Ground Control Station.

Specifications

Length

:

4.63 m

Span

:

6.64 m

Max.All up Weight

:

375 Kg

Weight of payload

:

45 Kg

Fuel Capacity

:

56 ltrs

Max. Speed

:

185 Km

Cruise Speed

:

125-150 Kmph

Minimum Speed

:

110 Kmph

Launch Altitude

:

Sea level to 1.0 Km

Endurance

:

4.5 hrs

Operational Ceiling

:

4500 m AMSL

Altitude : Sea level to 1.0 Km Endurance : 4.5 hrs Operational Ceiling : 4500 m

ADE

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

RUSTOM-1

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES RUSTOM-1 RUSTOM-I is the first long endurance UAV with multi mission capability developed

RUSTOM-I is the first long endurance UAV with multi mission capability developed indigenously for the Armed Forces.

Specifications:

Length

:

5.12 m

Max. Speed

:

225 Km/hr

Span

:

7.9 m

Range

:

250 Km

Empty Weight

:

720 Kg

Operational Ceiling

:

26000 ft

Weight of payload

:

95 Kg

RUSTOM-II

: 26000 ft Weight of payload : 95 Kg RUSTOM-II RUSTOM-II is the long endurance UAV

RUSTOM-II is the long endurance UAV with multi mission capability developed indigenously for the Armed Forces. The Rustom-II is a Medium-Altitude, Long-Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) developed by the Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE) to meet the requirements of the Indian Air Force, Navy and Army.

Specifications:

Length

:

9.5 m

Span

:

20.6 m

Empty Weight

:

1800 Kg

Weight of payload

:

350 Kg

Max. Speed

:

225 Km/hr

Range

:

250 Km

Operational Ceiling

:

35000 ft

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ADE

MICRO UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

DESIGN 1 – BLACK KITE

GEOMETRIC DETAILS

AERIAL VEHICLES DESIGN 1 – BLACK KITE GEOMETRIC DETAILS Planform Shape Modified Inverse 1.45 Span Area,

Planform Shape

Modified Inverse

1.45

Span Area, S Aspect Ratio, AR

Zimmerman 300 mm 0.0618 m 2

Weight Wing Loading (WIS)

300 g 47.62 N/m 2

AERODYNAMIC DATA Airfoil

Mean Camber of S408

Camber%

3.45%

CLOSS

1.3

Re

1,90,000

L/D (Lift to Drag Ratio)

7.5

PROTOTYPE FABRICATIONS

Airframe

Flute Board, composite CFRP & GFRP

DESIGN II - GOLDEN HAWK

GEOMETRIC DETAILS

Planform Shape

Cropped Delta

Span

300 mm

Area, S

0.06 m 2

Aspect Ratio. AR

1.5

Weight

245 g

Wing Loading (WIS)

40.05 N/m 2

AERODYNAMIC DATA Airfoil

SM-4308 Airfoil

Camber%

3.69%

CLOSS

1.26

Re

1,60,000

L/D (Lift to Drag Ratio)

9.7

PROTOTYPE FABRICATIONS

Airframe

Foam and Balsa Wood

9.7 PROTOTYPE FABRICATIONS Airframe Foam and Balsa Wood DESIGN III - PUSHPAK (PUSHER) GEOMETRIC DETAILS Planform

DESIGN III - PUSHPAK (PUSHER)

GEOMETRIC DETAILS

Planform Shape Span Area, S

Dihedral Delta 300 mm 0.556 m 2

Aspect Ratio, AR

1.59

Weight Wing Loading (WIS)

270 g 46.696 N/m 2

AERODYNAMIC DATA

Airfoil

Modified MH-49

Camber%

0.7%

CLOSS

1.05

Re

2,00,000

L/D (Lift to Drag Ratio)

7.7

PROTOTYPE FABRICATIONS

Airframe

Foam & Balsa Wood

Re 2,00,000 L/D (Lift to Drag Ratio) 7.7 PROTOTYPE FABRICATIONS Airframe Foam & Balsa Wood NAL

NAL / ADE

LIST OF LABORATORIES / ESTABLISHMENTS PARTICIPATING IN AEROINDIA 2015 DRDO - ADA EXHIBITION

Aeronautical

Development

Agency

(ADA)

Bangalore-17

Aeronautical

Development

Establishment

Centre for

 

(ADE)

Airborns Systems

Bangalore-75

(CABS)

Aerial Delivery

Bangalore-37

Research and

Centre for Military

 

Development

Airworthiness

Establishment

& Certification

(ADRDE)

(CEMILAC)

Agra-01

Bangalore-35

Advanced Numerical Research and Analysis Group (ANURAG)

Combact Vehicle Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE)

Defence Bio- Engineering and Electro-Medical Laboratory (DEBEL)

 

Hyderabad-05

Chennai-54

Bangalore-75

Armament

Defence Avionics

Defence Electronics

 

Researcha and

Research

Applications

Defence Metallurgical

Development

Establishment

Laboratory

Research Laboratory

(ARDE)

(DARE)

(DEAL)

(DMRL)

Pune-21

Bangalore-75

Dehradun-08

Hyderabad-05

 
 
 
 

30

30

Participating DRDO Labs

Defence Materials & Stores Research and Development Establishment (DMSRDE)

Kanpur-13

Defence Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL)

Hyderabad-05

Electronics and Radar Development Establishment (LRDE)

Bangalore-93

Gasturbine Research and Development Establishment (GTRE)

Bangalore-93

High Energy Materials Research Laboratory (HEMRL)

Pune-21

Instruments Research and Development Establishment (IRDE)

Dehradun-08

Laser Science and Technology Centre (LASTEC)

Delhi-06

Micro-Wave Tube Research and Development Centre (MTRDC)

Bangalore-14

Research Centre Imarat (RCI)

Hyderabad-05

Delhi-06 Micro-Wave Tube Research and Development Centre (MTRDC) Bangalore-14 Research Centre Imarat (RCI) Hyderabad-05
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