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The Indian Armed Forces need to build night fighting capabilities urgently. The NVDs held by the armed forces are not hi-tech and the inventory is .. Read more small. The Indian Army has 2nd-gen devices and requires new 3rd-gen Thermal Imaging (TI) and night vision devices for soldiers and night sights for rifles. The Indian Army alone has a requirement of over 30,000 third generation NVDs to meet its requirements as per the present war establishment (WE) authorisation. There is a need to further enhance these holdings as presently only one device is authorised per section. Currently, only one soldier in a ten-man section is authorised to possess an NVG set, but the army wants to increase this ratio to 50 percent of personnel. Almost 80 percent of the tanks lacked night fighting capabilities. The process to equip tanks is in hand. However, the gap is large and would take time to bridge since both T-72 and T-90 need to be equipped with better NVDs.
The exhibitors of Night Vision India Conference and Exhibition will exhibit the latest products and services including night vision devices, thermal imaging and fire control systems, night vision lighting technology, IR technology, Image intensification, information fusion, electro optics, software engineering, systems integration and NVD evaluation.
19 Jan 2017
27 Jan 2018
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