Lockheed Martin has expressed that it is on a lookout for more opportunities with key industries in India.
Lockheed Martin will focus on AGM-114R multipurpose HELLFIRE II, DAGR missile systems, K-MAX, E2D Hawkeye and Javelin during the upcoming Aero-India show.
Lockheed Martin will showcase solutions from different business areas for several current and potential projects with the Indian services, the statement said.
Lockheed Martin already has a joint venture with Tata Advanced Systems and will be looking at delivering $1 billion worth six C-130Js by India ordered recently.
Plans to acquire six more of these highly advanced aircraft are in the pipeline. The deal is mainly export-oriented.
Lockheed Martin will also focus on the MH-60R/S (Romeo and Sierra) maritime helicopters.
The company hopes to offer these as solutions for the Indian Navy's multi-requirement NMRH program. Other products on display will include the K-MAX, E2D Hawkeye and Javelin.
The company is also in the race for a $11-billion contract for 126 fighter jets for India.