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In a significant stride towards bolstering its indigenous capabilities, the Indian Navy recently inked a pivotal contract with iDEX (Innovations for Defence Excellence) developer M/s Adisan Systems LLP. The agreement entails the supply of Reeled Compressed Air Foam (RCAF) systems, aimed at replacing imported counterparts currently onboard naval ships. This milestone not only marks a substantial leap in self-reliance but also resonates strongly with the AatmaNirbhar Bharat (Self-Reliant India) and Make In India initiatives championed by the Government of India.

The fruition of this contract is the culmination of an intense 14-month-long journey, characterized by meticulous design, development, rigorous trials, and eventual contract finalization. This remarkably swift timeline underscores the Navy’s commitment to swiftly adopt indigenous solutions while fostering innovation within the defense sector.

The Reeled Compressed Air Foam (RCAF) system stands as a critical component in the Navy’s operational readiness toolkit. Designed to combat fires effectively and efficiently onboard naval vessels, these systems represent cutting-edge technology tailored to meet the unique demands of maritime operations. By embracing indigenous solutions, the Navy not only ensures self-sufficiency but also retains greater control over the development and enhancement of essential defense infrastructure.