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CAIR Center for Artificial Intelligence & director Robotics DRDO Complex CV Raman Nagar Bangalore - 560 093 080 2524 4298 - 25342646,25244298,Extn: 2270/2271 28532880

Areas of Work
Areas of Work CAIR is engaged in the development of a range of Information and Communication Systems and Security Solutions. Simultaneously, the laboratory carries out R&D in advanced technologies relevant to these classes of systems. The thrust areas of Systems development at CAIR are: Tactical Command Control Communication and Intelligence (Tac C3I) and Information Systems involving following three key areas:

Tactical Communication Communication Secrecy Information Security

Development of systems in the above key areas is supported by R &D in the following areas of technology:

Information Systems Communications and Networking Communication Security Information Security Intelligent Systems o Adhoc Networks o Artificial Intelligence (AI) o Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) o Computer Vision (CV) o Geographical Information Systems (GIS) o Network Management Systems (NMS) o Robotics o Signal Processing (Image/ Speech Processing) o Situational Awareness (SA)

DARE Defence Avionics director Research Establishment Post Box No : 7537, New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore - 560 075 080 2528 1018 - 080 - 2505 7346, 2505 7281

Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE) initially started as a Project Laboratory - Advanced Systems Integration and Evaluation Organisation (ASIEO), which was established in 1986 at Bangalore to pursue the goal of enhancing the operational capabilities of Indian Air Force through modern technologies. Over the last decade, DARE has made rapid progress in the areas of Airborne Electronic Warfare, Airborne Processors and Testing & Evaluation of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems. It has implemented concepts in concurrent engineering in partnership with the Industry in order to achieve shorter design to induction time frames and seamless transfer of technology. DARE has two major wings the Electronic Warfare (EW) wing and the Mission Avionics Wing (MAW). The EW wing concentrates on

design and development of Radar Warners, and EW suites for various aircrafts to enhance their survivability and mission accomplishment. These systems are under manufacture at Bharat Electronics. The MAW has pioneered indigenous development in the area of Mission Avionics. The mission computer for fighter aircraft have been developed and delivered in quantities. The erstwhile ASIEO was headed by Dr KG Narayanan, Distinguished Scientist since its inception. It became a full fledged self accounting organisation wef 01st June 2001 and was renamed as DARE ( Defence Avionics Research Establishment ). DARE and was formally taken over by Sri RP Ramalingam, Distinguished Scientist wef 18th January 2002

DLRL Defence Electronics Research director 0135 Laboratory Chandrayangutta Lines, 2787128 Hyderabad - 500 005 2787161, 24440061 24530264

DLRL's core competence lies in Design & Development of Electronic Warfare systems, Technologies & Components. They are listed as under: SYSTEMS

Design of Electronic Warfare Systems (COMINT/ELINT/ESM/ECM) Development of hardware and software of sub systems System integration and evaluation on various platforms - vehicles, ships, submarines, helicopters, aircrafts, airborne pods


Multi octave band antennas and radomes Multi octave band Microwave/Millimeter Wave components & super components Narrow band/wide band intercept receivers Broad band high accuracy Direction Finding receivers High power transmitters for ECM Multi beam jammer transmitters Frequency Memory Loops & Digital Radio Frequency Memories for jammers.

LRDE Electronics & Radar director Development Establishment CV Raman Nagar, Bangalore - 560 093 91-802524 2916 91-80-2524 3873, 91-80-2524 3816

Areas of Work

Design and Development of Radar Systems


Multifunction Phased Array Radar and 3D Surveillance Radar for Akash Missile Weapon System Low Level Light weight 2D Radar for mountainous terrain Air Defence 3D -Tactical Control Radar for Air Defence Short Range Battle Field Surveillance Radar Weapon Locating Radar Multi Mission Radar (MMSR) FOPEN Radar Through wall detection Radar Ground Penetration Radar

Air Force


Multifunction Phased Array Radar and 3D Surveillance Radar for Akash Missile Weapon System Active Phased Array Radar for AEW&C Low level 2D Air Defence Radar 3D Low Level Light Weight Radar 3D Medium Range Surveillance Radar for Air Defence 4D Active Array Medium Power radar for AD role Airborne Electronically Scanned Array Radar for Tejas Mark II Ground Controlled interception SAR for UAVs

Maritime Patrol Radar for fixed and Rotary Wing Aircraft Maritime Patrol Radar with RS and ISAR 3D Medium Range Surveillance Radar for ASW Corvettes Multifunction Phased Array Radar for Air Defence Ship Maritime Patrol Airborne Radar for UAV Coastal Surveillance Radar (CSR) Development of Radar Technologies Slotted Waveguide Antenna in S, X and Ku Band Patch Array Antenna in S, C, X and Ku Band Multibeam Antenna in S Band T/R Modules in L, S, C and X Band for Active Aperture Arrays Semi Active Aperture Arrays MMICs for T/R Modules Central Unit Space Time Management Programmable Signal Processors FPGA based Signal Processors Radar Data Processors High Average Power TWT based Transmitters Compact Light Weight TWT Transmitters. High purity sources Multichannel Digital receivers Digital Beam Formers Solid State Transmitters Radar Imaging through ISAR Automatic Target Classification Through Wall Imaging Radar (TWIR) Ground Penetration Radar (GPR)

Array Group Receiver

IRDE Instruments Research & director Development Establishment Raipur Road, Dehradun - 248 008 0135 - 2787169,2787126,2787129 2787161, 2787128

Research, design and development in the fields of optical, electro-optical and optronic instrumentation for surveillance, reconnaissance, piloting, navigation, guidance, target identification and acquisition, weapon aiming, designation, ranging and counter measures under all weather conditions during day and night. Design and development of complete Fire Control Systems and devices . Design and development of Infra-Red Search & Track (IRST) Systems . Design and development of Stand Alone Surveillance Systems . Applied and background research and development in applied optics . Creation and maintenance of facilities for parametric measurements, performance and environmental evaluation of optical and electro-optical components/systems Transfer of technology to public and private sectors Consultancy on optical and electro-optical instruments, components and materials.

Products from IRDE include:

Complete Fire Control Systems Target Acquisition Systems Stand Alone Thermal Imagers Night Vision Devices (II Sight, LLTV) Day Vision Devices (Episcopes, Binoculars, CPS, Sighting Systems etc.) Stabilization Systems Laser Range Finders Laser Range Sensors Laser Altitude Switches Laser Warning Systems Snow-surface Particle Counter Photonics & Holographic Products Magnifiers for Visually Handicapped Fiber Optics Systems

The SAC deals with the various aspects of practical [40] use of space technology. Among the fields of research at the SAC are geodesy, satellite based telecommunications,surveying, remote sensing, meteorology, environment monitoring [40] etc. The SEC additionally operates the Delhi Earth [41] Station.

Space Applications Centre





ISRO Satellite Centre


The venue of eight successful spacecraft projects is also one of the main satellite technology bases of ISRO. The facility serves as a venue for [40] implementing indigenous spacecraft in India. The satellites Ayrabhata, Bhaskara, APPLE, and IRS1A were constructed at this site, and the IRS and INSAT satellite series are presently under [42] development here.

Laboratory for ElectroOptics Systems


The Unit of ISRO responsible for the development of attitude sensors for all satellites. The high precision optics for all cameras and payloads in all ISRO satellites including Chandrayaan-1 are developed at this laboratory. Located at Peenya Industrial Estate, Bangalore.

Satish Dhawan Space Centre


With multiple sub-sites the Sriharikota island facility [40] acts as a launching site for India's satellites. The Sriharikota facility is also the main launch base for [42] India's sounding rockets. The centre is also home to India's largest Solid Propellant Space Booster Plant (SPROB) and houses the Static Test and [42] Evaluation Complex (STEX).

Vikram Sarabhai


The largest ISRO base is also the main technical centre and the venue of development of the SLV-

Space Centre

3, ASLV, and PSLV series. The base supports India's Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station and the Rohini Sounding [40] Rocket programme. This facility is also developing [40] the GSLV series.


Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station


TERLS is used to launch sounding rockets.

liquid Propulsion Systems Centre

Bangalore,Thiruvananthapuram, and Mahendragiri(near Tirunelveli)

The LPSC handles testing and implementation of liquid propulsion control packages and helps develop engines for launch vehicles and satellites.[40] The testing is largely conducted at Mahendragiri.[40] The LPSC also constructs precision transducers.[42]