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Adani Defence and Aerospace, in collaboration with Elbit Systems, is poised to bolster its partnership and respond to the Indian Army’s pressing requirement for 800 Mounted Gun Systems (MGS). The Officals of the Adani Defence have confirmed Plans to offer their own Mounted Gun System (MGS), which is likely based on Elbit’s renowned ATMOS 155mm/52 calibre truck-mounted howitzer, with ToT levels leading to local manufacturing.

According to Elbit Systems, the ATMOS boasts the flexibility to be mounted on various high mobility 6×6 or 8×8 truck chassis, tailored to the preferences of the customer. The system’s protected cabin is designed to accommodate a crew of 2-6 personnel, comprising a driver, commander, and additional crewmembers, along with their equipment and armaments. Notably, the cabin is equipped with an advanced air conditioning system capable of regulating temperature for optimal crew comfort and operational efficiency.

The ATMOS offers integrating cutting-edge technologies such as Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), Moving Map Displays (MVR), ballistic computers, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems, as well as hydraulics and electrical drives. This holistic approach to innovation ensures enhanced precision, firepower, and battlefield situational awareness, thereby augmenting the Indian Army’s combat capabilities.

The potential offering of the ATMOS 155mm/52 calibre truck-mounted howitzer by Adani Defence and Aerospace will set the stage for a compelling showdown with the DRDO-Kalyani developed 155mm/52 calibre truck-mounted howitzer, based on the Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS).

Adani also plans to offer the Towed Variant of the ATMOS for the forthcoming competition in the Army’s Towed Gun System (TGS) tender for 400 units. ATMOS-based Mounted Gun System and the DRDO-Kalyani offering likely will get fierce due to competition between Local and Imported Technology.

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