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Military technology and defence industrialisation

Samir K. Sen

Military technology and defence industrialisation

the Indian experience

by Samir K. Sen

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Published by Manas Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Military art and science -- India.,
    • Defense industries -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementSamir K. Sen.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsU43.I5 S46 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination208 p. ;
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL164027M
      ISBN 108170491037
      LC Control Number99940234

        The kind of technology you imagine while reading Ray Kurzweil. What most fail to realize is that this technology has already been developed, and it’s ready to change the world at this very moment. It’s called Adroit, and it is the most advanced technology within the space of augmented reality — by a long shot. This is computer vision.   Martin Binkin looks at the complex issues from several angles, starting with skill levels and jobs in today’s military. He profiles America’s arsenal in the s and examines the implications.

        India will stop importing items of military equipment in an effort to boost domestic defence production, defence minister Rajnath Singh said on Sunday. Singh said the move follows Prime.   Building up Turkey’s defense industry has long been a priority for the government, and it has made considerable progress. Turkey is now the world’s 14th largest defense exporter. Despite its success to date, the industry is facing growing pains, and challenges like brain drain, a currency crisis, dependence on foreign suppliers, and regional political disputes could hamper growth going.

      Defence Technology, a peer reviewed journal, is published bimonthly and aims to become the best international academic exchange platform for the research related to defence publishes original research papers having direct bearing on defence, with a balanced coverage on analytical, experimental, numerical simulation and applied investigations.   India will stop importing items of military equipment in an effort to boost domestic defence production, defence minister Rajnath Singh said on Sunday.


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