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Bharat Forge chairman Baba Kalyani has shed light on some of the advanced technologies incorporated into the Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS) a 155 mm/52 calibre towed howitzer being developed for the Indian Army. These advancements position the ATAGS as a formidable weapon system at the forefront of artillery innovation.

One of the significant improvements attributed to AI involves a reduction in the ATAGS’s turning circle. This is achieved by employing AI techniques that utilize two Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDTs) arranged in a triangular configuration connected to the towing vehicle. The AI system likely processes data from these sensors to optimize the gun’s positioning and minimize the space required for maneuvering during deployment.

Kalyani further emphasized that the ATAGS is a “fully software-driven Fully Digital gun.” This implies that every aspect of the gun’s operation, from aiming to firing, can be controlled with millisecond precision through software. The integration of AI likely refines this digital control system, allowing for even more precise targeting and firing adjustments.

The incorporation of AI into the ATAGS represents a significant advancement for Indian artillery. This technology has the potential to make the ATAGS a more formidable weapon system, giving Indian forces an edge on the battlefield.

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