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Adani Defence is poised for a significant milestone with the upcoming delivery of two critical weapon systems to the Indian Army.

The first delivery, scheduled for May 18th, 2024, comprises the highly anticipated UAV Launched Precision Guided Munition (ULPGM). This marks the fulfillment of a Limited Series Production (LSP) order placed by the Indian Army. The ULPGM, jointly developed with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), represents a revolutionary step in Indian aerial warfare.

This compact missile offers unmatched versatility. Its small size allows for launch even from lightweight quadcopters, providing troops with a highly mobile and precise strike capability. Furthermore, the ULPGM boasts jamming-proof technology, ensuring its effectiveness in contested environments.

Alongside the ULPGM, Adani Defence will also deliver the Very Short-Range Air Defence System (VSHORADS). This Man-Portable Air Defence System (MANPAD) is another product of Indian innovation, designed and developed indigenously by Research Centre Imarat (RCI) in collaboration with DRDO and industry partners.

The VSHORADS missile incorporates cutting-edge technologies, including a miniaturized Reaction Control System (RCS) and integrated avionics, all successfully tested for reliability. Propelled by a dual-thrust solid motor, this missile is specifically designed to neutralize low-altitude aerial threats at short ranges. The system’s portability is further enhanced by its highly optimized design, ensuring ease of use for troops on the ground.

The delivery of these advanced systems signifies a major step forward for the Indian Army’s modernization efforts. The ULPGM’s precision and flexibility will empower troops with unparalleled tactical advantages, while the VSHORADS strengthens India’s low-altitude air defense capabilities. This collaboration between Adani Defence, DRDO, and other Indian industry partners underscores the nation’s growing self-reliance in developing critical defense technologies.