Samtel Avionics has achieved a milestone by completing supply of 1000 units of indigenously manufactured Multi-Function Displays (MFDs) to Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) for induction into frontline Sukhoi Su-30 MKI aircrafts.
The proud accomplishment implies that now out of a planned fleet of 272 Sukhoi aircrafts with the Indian Air Force, 143 would be flying with India-made MFDs – a critical component of an aircraft cockpit. It may also be known that SHDS is the only company to receive CEMILAC (Centre for Military Airworthiness and Certification) Type Approval for MFDs in India.
Contract signed in 2008, Samtel is responsible to develop avionic systems for HAL for SU-30MKI, LCAs and Jet Trainers as part of ‘Make in India’ and indigenization program in the defence sector.
Indias domestic firm Samtel Avionics and General Dynamics have signed an agreement to co-produce digital display systems for the Indian Army. Samtel is expecting to promote display systems market for the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force, estimated to be worth $90 million, according to Defense News
India’s leading private sector aerospace company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Saab to jointly develop, manufacture and market RIGS Head-Up Displays (RIGS HUD) in India. The announcement was made by Mr
Samtel Display Systems (SDS), a key Indian player in high-technology products for commercial and military avionics applications, will be showing a strong presence at Paris Air Show 2009. This event being organized by GIFAS (Groupement des Industries Françaises Aéronautiques et Spatiales) will see Samtel presenting its range of world-class avionics products
Indias Samtel Avionics has tied up with South Koreas Hanwha Systems to produce future technologies in Electronic Warfare and Missiles. Hanwha Systems, as a defense electronics company is capable of providing total solutions for ground, naval and air Command, Control, Communication, Computer & Intelligence (C4I), guided weapon, Electronic Warfare (EW) and future combat systems, the South Korean firm announced today
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