India’s state-run Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has a turnover of more than Rs.10,000 Crores (USD 1.5 billion) (Provisional & Unaudited) during FY 2017-18, sustaining double digit growth over the previous year’s turnover of Rs.8,825 Crores (USD 1.35 billion).
Some of the flagship projects executed during the year include Integrated Air Command & Control System (IACCS), Weapon Locating Radar (WLR), Hand Held Thermal Imager (HHTI), Akash Weapon System (Army), Naval Fire Control System, Integrated Communication System, 3-D Tactical Control Radar (TCR), Electronic Warfare Systems, L-70 Gun Upgrade, Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) and Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT), the company said in a statement Monday.
BEL’s Chairman & Managing Director, Mr Gowtama M V, said: “The focus on indigenisation for self-reliance has continued with more vigour, besides capacity building, expansion and enhanced outsourcing to SME sector. BEL has been able to maintain good order acquisition this year. These efforts will complement BEL to sustain growth, capitalise future opportunities and consolidate market leadership in the Defence business.”
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India's Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) is displaying its L70 artillery gun at the Defence and Security 2017 exhibition in Bangkok. The gun has been designed and developed for the Indian Army
Indias Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has set up a Near Field Antenna Test Range (NFTR) near Bangalore to calibrate and test Radars with AESA (Active Electronically Steerable Array) based Antenna arrays. A BEL statement said it is a critical infrastructure for calibration and testing of Radars and communication antennas
Indias state-owned defense electronics manufacturer, Bharat Electronics sits on a current order book value of over INR 40000 crore (US$6.2 billion) and is expecting an additional INR 13,000 crore (US$2 billion) this year
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Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) and Larsen & Toubro signed an MoU to jointly develop and produce products and systems to meet the requirement of the defence services as well as for export markets, during on-going DefExpo 2018 on Wednesday. BEL and L&T have agreed to explore and address defence products / systems for the Indian Defence Services as well as export opportunities
Indian Defense Public Sector Undertaking (PSU), Bharat Electronics (BEL) has unveiled new products during the ongoing Defense Exposition, DefExpo 2018. The PSU unveiled new products include 100 Mbps Radio, Secure Military Wireless Local Area Network, Multi-Function Hand Held Thermal Imager, Long Range Surveillance System, Chemical Agent Monitor (CAM), Multi-Purpose Reflex Weapon Sight, Long Range Surveillance System, Light Weight Composite Shelter, and Mine Field Recording System
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