Sagem (Safran) has selected OIS Advanced Technology (OIS-AT) as the Indian Manufacturer of its AASM Hammer Bomb Guidance and Glide Kit. Under the agreement, the two companies have entered into Joint Venture collaboration for manufacturing the weapon system in India
OIS Advanced Technology (OIS-AT) and SAMP of France have signed a Joint Venture agreement to co-develop advanced Penetrator Bombs in India. This will utilize advanced technology from SAMP, which is a proven supplier in this field
OIS Advanced Technology (OIS-AT) has signed an agreement with Rafaut of France to jointly manufacture aircraft pylons in India in its manufacturing facility in the National Capital Region. Aircraft pylons are advanced technology items for aircraft to carry weapons, including bombs and missiles
Indian firm OIS Aerospace group today announced the two joint ventures with French companies Rafaut and LH Aviation for manufacturing advanced weapons-to-aircraft interface devices and multi-sensor tactical UAVs. The first JV with Rafaut will make 'pile-ons' for the fighter aircrafts to carry the weapons, besides conducting further research and developments to make the product more advanced and suitable as per the requirements in India, Economic Times reported
Indian Army is expected to receive 114 upgraded version of indigenous gun Dhanush in three years for an approximate US $251 million (1600 crore). “The Armys quest for new artillery is nearing completion with the indigenous gun upgraded by the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) clearing trials
OIS AT announced today that it has concluded a joint venture with French Rafaut SAS for joint research and development of a range of weapons- to- aircraft interface devices and flight controls equipment and sub-systems as part of the curtain raiser to the upcoming Paris Air Show next month. With this partnership OIS-AT is set to leverage the French firms know how to undertake manufacture of pylons and allied interface equipment that carry munitions and stores on aircraft and helicopters here in India at a new facility planned in Bengaluru
OIS-Advanced Technology (OIS-AT) announced Tuesday that it has indigenously produced new radar that offers protection to aircraft against the bird hits while another can detect and track unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), IANS reported. The company further stated that, the two radars would be unveiled at the Aero India 2015 Airshow later this month
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