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The First and Longest Running Unmanned Vehicles Event in India

The fourth edition of Unmanned Vehicles (UV) India 2015 Civil & Military conference & exhibition will be held at the Army's Manekshaw Centre, New Delhi on 7-8 September 2015.

If you are concerned with Unmanned aerial, ground and underwater vehicles • Robotics • Control/guidance systems • Electro-optics • Payloads • Target vehicle • Training and simulation • UAV component & accessories • Ground support equipment, this event will benefit you. 

Fourth Edition

The fourth edition of UV India (2015) is an exclusive opportunity for international and domestic companies to showcase their capabilities in the field of unmanned vehicles to the Indian Armed Forces and other government agencies. 

The conference will have high-level participation from the Indian Army, Indian Navy, Indian Air Force, DRDO, Ministry of Defence, academia, defence public sector undertakings and other defence establishments. The highest-profile international speakers and experts will address the audience.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

The conference will focus on the development, employment and potential of UAVs in India, including unmanned combat air vehicles, micro and mini UAVs, unmanned ground vehicles (surveillance, EOD, load-carrying), payloads (sensors, EW, weapons), ground stations (data links, launch and recovery systems), aerial targets and maritime unmanned systems.

The Indian military depends heavily on UAVs for surveillance. The requirement has become more pronounced for the years ahead, and the IAF alone plans to buy about 300 additional UAVs, including combat rotary and micro-UAVs.

The infantry has decided to scale three mini UAVs to every infantry battalion. Within the next three years the Indian defence ministry will stage five additional tenders for the purchase of a combined 600 mini UAS systems to be operated by the air force, infantry and artillery units and the federal police. These deals will be worth a total of $1.25 billion, with all production to be performed in India.

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