Bengaluru / New Delhi: The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has signed a contract worth Rs. 3,000 Crore with Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) for supply of Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems for the Indian Army.
The Integrated Electronic Warfare Systems for Indian Army are state-of-the-art with cutting-edge technologies, and have been indigenously developed and manufactured by BEL based on Defence Electronics Research Laboratory (DLRL), DRDO, design. These integrated systems will be a real force-multiplier and will further enhance the electronic warfare capability of the Indian Army in leaps and bounds.
Further, BEL has also received several contracts totalling up to Rs. 1,300 Crore (approx.) during the last fortnight from the Indian Navy for supply of indigenously developed Fire Control, Gun Fire Control, Surveillance, Tracking, ESM, Sonar Systems, etc.