Defence ministry signs contract with Data Pattern India for 9 precision approach radars


Make In India: Ministry of defence today signed a contract for installation and commissioning of nine Precision Approach Radars with Data Pattern (India) Pvt Ltd. The contract of Rs 380 crore was singed under the Buy Indian category of defence procurement policy, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flagship scheme Make in India.

“The state-of-the-art radars incorporating latest Phased Array technology will be installed at Indian Naval Air Stations and Indian Air Force Stations,” said the ministry of defence in a statement.

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“The installation of these radars will enhance the Flight Safety at the terminal stages of aircraft landing at the airfields,” it said.

The installation and commissioning of radars at Indian Naval Air Stations is envisaged to be completed by April 2022 and at Indian Air Force Stations by December 2022.

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