To do with the challenges from Pakistan and China, the Indian army has begun to prepare for the future. For this, the Indian Armed Forces need more than 400 drones in the next decade. These include a remote-powered aircraft to be launched from fighter or submarine. Apart from this, the army needs high-energy lasers and powerful microwaves, such as Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs), to destroy satellites in enemy locations.
In the new “Technology Perspective and Capability Roadmap – 2018” of Defense Ministry, this kind of military capabilities have been mentioned. This roadmap is actually for the industry, which can be given information about the modern defense needs of the Army by 2020. “This roadmap can guide the industry in planning and manage technological development, partnership and production.” Whenever any kind of development or partnership is the done by the Indian industries, they are bound to give importance to the government’s’ Make in India campaign.
Significantly, the army needs the next generation submarines, destroyers, warships, missiles, modern ammunition and CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear) Defense Systems. Simultaneously, the Army document is also focused on various types of UAVs or drones, which army has demanded.
Significantly, the use of drones at the present time is increasing rapidly. Drones have proven to be crucial in destroying the enemy positions of war or real-time monitoring, without any harm. At present, Armed Forces have more than 200 drones. Most of these drones have been imported from Israel. Some of these drones are known as ‘killers’.
The trend of automated weapons is drastically emerging and almost every nation is trying to shift its weapon inventory to the smart and futuristic weapon. These weapons are mainly adopted owing to their high accuracy, miniature size, and maximum destroying capabilities.
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