On May 6 and 7, the Northern Command in Udhampur will organise a two-day North Tech Symposium, during which important personalities and defence specialists will present key notes on various issues, followed by an exhibition. On May 6, while GOC-in-C Northern Command Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi will make the opening address, Lt Gen SS Hasabnis will offer the keynote on Emerging Technologies for Enhancing Operational Efficiency at Northern Borders, according to a defence spokeswoman.
The experts will also discuss Policy and Procedures for Expeditious Procurement, Raksha Atmanirbharta – Initiatives by the Indian Army, DRDO, Industry, and Academia, and Raksha Atmanirbharta – Initiatives by the Indian Army, DRDO, Industry, and Academia. Apart from Raksha Atmanirbharta – A Defence Private Industry Perspective, Transformation of Ordnance Factories into Productive and Cost-Effective DPSUs – Challenges and the Way Forward They’ll also talk about global trends in surveillance systems and Indian industry capability, as well as the latest drone and counter-drone technologies, Drone Systems and Technologies for Northern Command Operational Requirements, Swarm Drone Technologies for HAA, and Counter Drone Systems and Technologies.
On May 7, a showcase of situational awareness measures/surveillance equipment, including night enablement for capability augmentation, will take place on Dhar Road. There will also be project spotlights on soldier/force protection and security solutions to face future threats, robotics, counter-IED, and communication equipment for modern operational solutions, as well as bullet proofing systems and firepower for operations in the CI/CT environment.