BEL showcases defence products at Bangkok security expo

Products like land and naval radars, communication equipment and night vision devices were displayed

GN Bureau | December 5, 2017


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 Navratna defence enterprise Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) recently participated in the Tri-Service Asian Defense & Security Exhibition, Conference and Networking Event 2017 held at Bangkok.

BEL displayed several products including upgraded L70 gun which has been designed, developed and manufactured by it for the Indian Army. The gun upgrade is a fusion of the latest technologies in the areas of electrical servo drives, electro optical fire control system and video tracking, which only a few global companies have mastered.
 
The enterprise also showcased products/systems like land and naval radars, communication equipment, night vision devices/electro optic equipment, naval fire control systems, shipborne systems including naval EW systems and sonar systems, simulators and air defence weapon system. Also on display was the coastal surveillance system developed by BEL for the Indian Coast Guard to provide maritime security to vulnerable ports and installations and help thwart terrorists’ attempts to sneak into the country via sea route.
 

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