‘Innovation Backbone For Defence’


Dr S Christopher, chairman of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), said on Sunday futuristic weapon systems will be intelligent and complex. Integrated, miniaturized avionics, smart sensors etc., will be the backbone for future aerospace and defence systems.

Dr Christopher, who is also secretary of DRDO, told a conference on Advances in Control and Optimization of Dynamical Systems that control, guidance form the crucial technologies that find widespread applications in civil, defence sectors. Developments in areas of control, guidance and dynamical systems brought in a paradigm shift in research and development capabilities of India. Read More…

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