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.
MKU will be showcasing 6th Generation armour protection technology ‘Modulare Schutz Technik' at Aero India, held from February 18th to 22nd, 2015. ‘ModulareSchutzTechnik uses advanced materials, and specialized manufacturing processes, to reduce the weight and thickness of armour solutions by almost 40%, resulting in operational benefits like increased useful payload and endurance
Indian Defense Research Development Organization (DRDO)'s in-service surveillance drone, Panchi will be showcased in the upcoming Aero India Airshow commencing from 18-22 Feb 2015. The UAV currently available with the the Army is an un-wheeled version launched from a pneumatic rail launcher and uses a parachute drop system for recovery
Pilatus will showcase their next generation aircraft, the PC-12 NG at Aero India 2015, scheduled to be held between February 18 and 22 at Bengaluru. The latest upgrade of the popular PC-12 has exciting new features to make the 2014/2015 PC-12 NG the best PC-12 to date
GKN Aerospace will showcase its latest fuel systems and emergency flotation systems at Aero India 2015, held from 18-22 February 2015. GKN will display a flexible fuel cell for military rotorcraft alongside a scaled model of the B212 helicopter fitted with a GKN Aerospace emergency flotation system
Airbus Group will present a wide range of cutting-edge products and technologies at the 10th edition of Aero India from 18 - 22 February 2015 at the Air Force Station Yelahanka, Bengaluru, India. The focus of Airbus Groups participation in the show would be to highlight its strong footprint in India and commitment to the Indian Governments ‘Make in India campaign
Lockheed Martin UK Integrated Systems (UKIS) has proposed radar/mission system for the UK Royal Navy's (RN's) Crowsnest airborne surveillance and control (ASaC) programme. The proposed radar system offers a 'future-proofed' solution exploiting the capability of IAI Elta's EL/M-2052 active electronically scanned array (AESA) multimode radar, according to the report published on Tuesday
Rostec, Rosoboronexprot, Almaz-Antei and 38 other Russian defense firms will be attending Aero India Airshow later this month, Indian Defense Ministry reported Tuesday. United Aircraft-Building Corporation Sukhoi, MiG, Irkut civilian and military aircraft manufacturers are other companies that will be at the air show
The Lockheed Martin has laid the keel for the US Navy's thirteenth Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), USS Wichita in a ceremony held at Marinette Marine Corporation Monday. The Lockheed Martin-led LCS team includes ship builder Marinette Marine Corporation, a Fincantieri company, naval architect Gibbs & Cox, as well as nearly 900 suppliers in 43 states
Prime Minister Narendra Modis ‘Make in India (MII) call seems to have rung a bell with the global aviation majors, who have military manufactures in their portfolio. They, 330 of them, have bought space at the venue of the tenth Aero India 15, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) own air field
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