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Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited (GRSE), a leading Indian shipbuilding company, has announced significant advancements in the development of autonomous platforms across all three domains of operation: surface, subsurface, and aerial. With successful prototype tests already completed for surface and subsurface platforms, and aerial platforms designed for maritime operations expected to launch by the end of the year, GRSE is positioning itself at the forefront of autonomous defense technology.

GRSE’s foray into autonomous technology has already yielded promising results in the surface and subsurface domains. The company has developed prototypes that have undergone rigorous testing, demonstrating their operational viability and effectiveness. These platforms are designed to enhance the capabilities of the Indian Armed Forces, providing advanced surveillance, reconnaissance, and operational support.

One of the standout achievements in the surface domain is the successful prototype of an autonomous surface vessel. This vessel has already attracted attention and resulted in an order, underscoring the confidence in GRSE’s technological advancements and their practical application in defense operations.

In the aerial domain, GRSE is developing platforms specifically designed for maritime operations. While these platforms are still in the development phase, the company anticipates a successful launch by the end of the current calendar year. These aerial platforms will further augment the operational capabilities of the Indian Armed Forces, providing crucial support in maritime surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

GRSE recognizes the transformative potential of autonomous platforms in modern warfare. They believe the Indian Armed Forces will increasingly rely on these unmanned systems in the coming years. By investing in this technology now, GRSE positions itself as a frontrunner in equipping the Indian military for the future battlefield.