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India’s efforts to develop a Laser Ordnance Disposal System (LORDS) have seen some progress, with the Acceptance of Necessity (AoN) granted for two variants: LORDS-N and LORDS Mk1. However, details regarding their current deployment status remain undisclosed.

LORDS is a Directed Energy Laser System designed to neutralize unexploded ordnances (UXOs), surface-laid mines, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and other above-ground explosive threats. This innovative system operates from safe stand-off distances ranging from 30 to 250 meters, safeguarding personnel from the dangers of bomb disposal.

While the AoN signifies initial approval for LORDS-N and LORDS Mk1, with their estimated costs being ?28 crore and ?40 crore respectively, information regarding their deployment timeline and current status is yet to be revealed.

Key Features:
Self-contained System: LORDS integrates all necessary subsystems onto a TATA Light Strategic Vehicle (LSV) for complete operational mobility.
Multi-layered Technology: LORDS comprises six major sub-systems:
Laser Sub-Systems
Laser Optics Module (LOM)
Laser Pointing Unit (LPU)
Thermal Management System (TMS)
Power Sub-Systems (PSS)
Control System (CS)
All-weather Capability: The integrated sighting subsystem allows for effective target detection in diverse weather conditions.

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