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Mumbai-based startup Sagar Defence has introduced its cutting-edge “Vamana” Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), specially designed for the Indian Navy. The unveiling took place at the Indian Defence Expo (iDEX), showcasing India’s growing prowess in autonomous underwater technology.
The Vamana AUV is a remarkable addition to India’s naval capabilities. It boasts the capability to operate independently or as part of a coordinated swarm. This flexibility makes it a versatile asset for various maritime missions, including surveillance, reconnaissance, mine detection, and more.
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles have become increasingly essential for modern naval forces worldwide. Their ability to autonomously navigate and perform tasks in challenging underwater environments significantly enhances a navy’s operational capabilities.
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