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Boeing Amplifies Localisation Efforts In India With P-8I Fleet Expansion, Eyeing $1.5 Billion Investment Boost By 2032

In line with India’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat—self-reliant India—initiative, Boeing has revealed significant progress in indigenisation of its P-8I maritime reconnaissance aircraft, a platform integral to the Indian Navy’s surveillance operations in the Indo-Pacific. The aerospace giant is projecting an upswing in economic impact and investment as it ramps local manufacturing and sustainment efforts for the P-8I.

India’s Defence Sector Deepens Collaboration With UK At DSEI 2023

India’s Defence Sector Deepens Collaboration With UK At DSEI 2023


Indian Defence Business Delegation Signals Growing Ambitions At DSEI 2023

A robust delegation of India's defence industry, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and the Society of Indian Defence Manufacturers (SIDM), made their presence felt at the ongoing Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exposition at ExCeL London.

MARSS Debuts Advanced AI-Driven Interceptor For UK’s Defence Sector

MARSS, a leading defence and security technology firm, has launched its innovative UAS countermeasure, the Interceptor-MR (Medium Range), targeting the UK market. Given the geopolitical developments, this release comes as a strategic move to counter the growing threat of drones.

Northrop Grumman & Serco Collaborate On Advanced Training Solutions For British Army

LONDON – In an unprecedented alliance, defence giants Northrop Grumman Corporation and Serco have formalised a strategic teaming agreement. Their objective: to propel live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) collective training for the British Army’s Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP).

Israel Aerospace Industries Unveils Anti-Tank Drone At DSEI 2023

At the DSEI conference in London today, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) introduced the world to the Rotem Alpha – a pioneering anti-tank loitering munition, boasting both vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capabilities. This latest technological advancement seeks to redefine the parameters of traditional warfare, positioning loitering munitions at the forefront of tactical transformations.

UK’s Challenger 3 Tank Project Progresses as New Weaponry Clears Tests

LONDON – The United Kingdom’s bid to arm its military with next-gen battle tanks under the Challenger 3 initiative is advancing steadily, as defence contractor RBSL unveiled the successful testing of a key component.

DSEI 2023 Inauguration: A Display Of Defence Ambition & International Collaboration

LONDON - Day one of the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2023 marked a record influx of attendees, reinforcing the event’s status as a pivotal rendezvous for global defence and security interests. “The response has been overwhelming. Many of our exhibitors are echoing that this edition is unparalleled,” said a key official from the DSEI 2023 organising team.

India Makes Bold Statement At London’s DSEI 2023

Indian High Commissioner Vikram Doraiswami inaugurated the India Pavilion at DSEI 2023 earlier today. The pavilion is meant to highlight "the best of Atamnirbhar Bharat or Self Reliant India," highlighted the High Commission of India, London, in a Tweet.

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