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In a significant stride towards self-reliance in defense technology, the Indian Navy has recently signed a procurement contract valued at Rs 2.15 Crores with Radome Technologies, an iDEX winner. The contract is for the procurement of “AI in Aircraft Health Monitoring,” and it underscores India’s commitment to harnessing cutting-edge technology for its naval operations.

The term “Aatmanirbharta” translates to “self-reliance” in English and has been a focal point of India’s defense strategy. It emphasizes the development and procurement of indigenous defense technologies, reducing dependence on foreign suppliers, and bolstering the country’s defense capabilities.

Aircraft Health Monitoring plays a pivotal role in ensuring the operational readiness and safety of aircraft in the Indian Navy’s fleet. By integrating Artificial Intelligence (AI) into this crucial aspect, the Navy aims to enhance its aircraft maintenance practices, ensuring that these assets remain in optimal condition.

Radome Technologies, an iDEX (Innovations for Defence Excellence) winner, has emerged as a key player in the defense technology ecosystem. iDEX, an initiative by the Indian government, encourages innovation and collaboration in the defense sector by supporting startups and emerging tech companies.

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