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In a significant development for India’s defense sector, Adani Defence & Aerospace, the leading private sector defense manufacturer, has announced the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at its newly inaugurated Ammunition & Missiles Complex in Uttar Pradesh.

Ashish Rajvanshi, CEO of Adani Defence, revealed the company’s two-pronged approach to utilizing AI within the factory.

Ensuring Flawless Production:

  • AI-powered quality control: The production line itself will be governed by AI, continuously monitoring and identifying any defective ammunition rounds. This ensures the highest level of quality and precision in the manufacturing process.

Enhancing Safety Measures:

  • Predictive maintenance: AI will be used to analyze machine data and predict potential maintenance needs. This proactive approach helps prevent equipment failures and accidents, prioritizing safety within the complex.

This integration of AI marks a significant step towards Industry 4.0 in India’s defense manufacturing. By leveraging AI for both quality control and predictive maintenance, Adani Defence aims to:

  • Minimize human error: AI-powered inspections can be more efficient and consistent than traditional manual methods, reducing the risk of errors.
  • Boost production efficiency: Faster defect detection and proactive maintenance can lead to smoother production processes, potentially increasing output.
  • Enhance worker safety: By predicting potential equipment failures, AI can help create a safer working environment for employees.

Adani Defence’s adoption of AI showcases its commitment to innovation and its effort to contribute to India’s self-reliance in advanced defense technology. This development holds the potential to set new standards for quality, safety, and efficiency in the country’s defense manufacturing sector.