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SOURCE: RAUNAK KUNDE / NEWS BEAT / IDRW.ORG

India and Japan took a significant step towards bolstering their defence cooperation recently, as Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) hosted a delegation from ATLA Japan. The high-level discussions, led by Mr. Wada Yoshiaki from ATLA, explored potential avenues for future collaboration between the two Countries.

The talks focused on a mutually beneficial partnership in the development of undersea platforms, encompassing a range of defence applications. This collaboration holds immense potential for both nations, leveraging their respective expertise in maritime technologies and addressing shared security concerns in the Indo-Pacific region.

MDL, a leading Indian shipyard renowned for its submarine construction capabilities, expressed keen interest in ATLA’s advanced technologies in the field of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) and robotics. This collaboration could provide India with access to cutting-edge robotics solutions for underwater applications, enhancing its maritime surveillance and defence capabilities.

ATLA, a Japanese technology research institute, outlined its vision for collaborative R&D efforts with Indian companies. This includes joint research projects aimed at developing and applying advanced dual-use technologies, fostering technological exchange, and keeping pace with the ever-evolving landscape of defence technology.

The MDL-ATLA discussions signify a deepening strategic partnership between India and Japan, two nations with shared interests in regional security and technological advancement. This collaboration holds immense potential for both countries, paving the way for the joint development of cutting-edge defence technologies, enhancing maritime security capabilities, and fostering a vibrant ecosystem of technological innovation.

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