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HIGHLIGHTS OF AERO INDIA 2005

1. Retail villages have been planned in the exhibition area and the Air display viewing area. For the convenience of the dignitaries and dear visitors most attractive Indian handicrafts were sold in the kiosks in the Retail villages. Talented craftsmen were benefited as their beautiful products were sold in thousands.

2. Bharat Electronics Limited arranged for all communications and infrastructure support for AERO INDIA 2005. Fax, Mobil phones, Walkie-Talkie, Internet, Public Address System, Closed Circuit TV, Audio Visual Projection in the Conference Halls, Registration Centre, etc., were the contributions of Bharat Electronics Limited.

3. The first Aero India Golf tournament was organised at Karnataka Golf Association, Bangalore. CII takes the credit for arranging these unique features, which was enjoyed by all visitors around the world.

4. Peter Thompson had designed the 18-hole championship course. The clubhouse area is 30,000 square feet. The flood lit driving range was the longest in India.

5. The Pavement on the Runway has been prepared using Falling weight defect meter. Also it is to be noted that Glass grid has been utilised for adding strength. Dense Bitumen concrete using polymer modified Bitumen to PCN 40 was a special feature to it.

6. The Media centre accommodated 250 members. It was located in brand new hanger, which had an indoor space of 4,200 square feet.

7. The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore adopted Box Technology for execution of subway to interlink exhibition and Domestic areas of AFSY. They have completed the work in a record time.

8. Amongst the 57 speakers 33 were from abroad in the seminar.

9. Very interesting and informative journals, which widely covered aviation, aerospace and defence matters, attracted many dignitaries. Those colourful journals were, Aviation week Group (New York), Aerospace and Maritime International (published from Mumbai), Chanakya Aerospace Defence & Maritime Review (New Delhi), Defence World (New Delhi), Indian Defence Review (New Delhi), Vayu Aerospace Review (New Delhi), Indian Aviation – Civil & Military (Mumbai), Indian Defence Year Book (New Delhi), International Aerospace – Review & Analysis (Mumbai), Intervestnik Publishing House (Russia), S.P. Guide Publications, Private Limited (New Delhi) and Sterling Book House (Mumbai). These Books and Bookstalls enthralled the visitors with informations and critical analysis on defence issues. Every page had abundant valuable data.

10. Indian Companies participated in this show were mostly from Bangalore. Some were from New Delhi.

11. Software companies like Aster Teleservices (P) Ltd., 3rd Floor Sri Amulya Estate, Mahesh Nagar, Hyderabad-1., Autotech Systems (P) Limited, 27, 24th Main Sarakki Lake, 5th Phase, J.P. Nagar, Bangalore – 560 078., BACHAL Software Limited, HAL Estate, Airport lane, Bangalore – 560 017., CADES Digitech (P) Limited, Anchorage, 100 Richmond Circle Road, Bangalore – 560 025., Com Avia Systems Technologies Private Limited., 47 Gangamma Temple Road, Jalahalli Post, Bangalore – 560 013., Connect Electronics Private Limited, 1878 New Thipasandra Main Road, Bangalore – 560 075., Datta patterns (I) Private Limited, New No.19, Old No.16, Aza Gowder Road, West Mambalam, Chennai – 600 033., Datason (B) Private Limited, 1006, A Narayana Reddy Complex, BEML Main Road, New Thippasandra, Bangalore – 560 075., Integrated Digital Systems 4B Sundaram 46P Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Kolkatta – 700 016., Quest, 55 Quest Towers, Whitefield Main Road, Mahadevapura, Bangalore – 560 048., Satyam Computer Serivices Limited, SDC Plot No.45,46,47 Electronic City, Phase-II, KIADB Industrial Area, Bangalore – 560 100., Samtel, 52 community Centre, New friends Coway, New Delhi., Shogi Communications Limited, 803 8th floor Ansal Bhavan, 16 K.G. Marg, New Delhi – 110 001., Sigma Electro Systems, M-83 MIDC, Ambad Nashik-10., Sika interplant systems Limited, 3 Gangadhara Chetty Road, Bangalore – 560 042., Silver Software, Plot-23&24 EPIP, 1st Phase KIADB, Whitefield, Bangalore – 560 066., SLN Technologies Private Limited, 889 4th Cross, 7th Main HAL II Stage, Indiranagar, Bangalore – 560 008., Speak Systems Limited, B-49 Electronic complex, Kushaiguda, Hyderabad – 500 062., Umac Avionics Private Limited, 143 Umac House, 18th A main HAL 2nd Stage, Bangalore – 560 008., United Telecoms Limited, 18A/19 Doddanekundy Industrial Area, Mahadevapura Post, Bangalore – 560 048, etc., had beautiful pavilions in this grand show to reveal their invaluable contributions to Indian Avaiation, Aerospace and Information Technologies. As Bangalore city is studded with popular software Institutes many software technocrats have joined together and formed these companies to serve DRDO, HAL, Navy, Airforce, Missiles, Airborne guided weapon systems UAV, Helicopters and Bharat Electronics.

12. The Alpha Design Technologies (P) Limited, Bangalore develop simulation command, control requirements for Land, Ship borne, airborne systems. They also manufacture Night vision devices, simulators, Radars, communications systems and other Indian defence needs.

13. Amphenol Interconnect India Private Limited, 105 Bhosari Industrial Area, Bhosari Pune manufacturers and markets many varieties of connectors, cable harnesses and antenna products. They serve military and Aerospace, Automotive & Medical, electronics, wireless infrastructure and mobile handsets. They are the leading dealers in Indian defence sector.

14. Apollo computing Laboratories Private Limited has specialised in embedded computing, digital communications wed in defence and aerospace sector. In Agni II, LCA they offered their services.

15. Aster Teleservices Private Limited of Hyderabad have done a yeoman service to Indian defence units with data acquisition and control, smart cards, LC Launcher link, Fibre Optic Technology link, PCI based GPS time synchroniser, Unimux, Hand held cable testers, etc.

16. Airdel (India) Limited with technical collaboration of Aviation developments U.K. has branches at Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkatta, Chennai, Kanpur, Pune and Bangalore. They manufacture and supply fastness and other parts to Aerospace and commercial industry.

17. Avi-Oil India Private Limited supply lubricants, which is the only one approved by centre of military. Airworthiness and Certification, Ministry of Defence. This company is registered with Directorate General of Aeronautical Quality Assurance as an eligible manufacturer of aviation products. It has collaboration with NYCO S.A. of France. Indian Oil Corporation, Balmer Lawrie have joined hands to form this unique lubrication for Indian defence and civil aviation.

18. BACHAL Software Limited has the credit of developing simulators, development and testing of Real-time embedded Avionics software for safety critical and mission critical systems used for Flight control, Flight warning, Transmission, Weapon usage, fuel management etc. They offer their services to DRDO labs, HAL, ADA, Indian Armed forces apart from serving Thales, Rolls Royce, SAGEM, ECE, British Airways, etc..

19. Bijal Petroleum Equipment Corporation which has its Office in 5/210 Ashirwad Industrial Estate, Ram Mandir Road, Gargeon (w), Mumbai – 400 104 extends aviation ground support and fuel handling and testing equipment for aircraft, helicopter refuelling for Indian defence.

20. To entertain the visitors and to have an aesthetic look some stalls contained fancy items, handicrafts produced by Central Cottage Industries Corporation of India Limited, Cauvery, Karnataka State Arts and Crafts Emporium. Many women visitors both from India and abroad were very much lured by the beauty in each item sold there.

21. Saree is the traditional dress worn by Indian women. Hence a stall for silk zari sarees was there in Aero India – 2005 to divert the attention. Many thousands of well designed sarees were on sale and the women V.I.Ps had an enjoyable time there. Karnataka Soaps & Detergents (P) Limited also displayed their soaps which have a pleasant fragrance.

22. Chandra International, Mumbai are engaged in export and import, switchover trade and represents International companies like ESL Defence, U.K, Douglas SPD, UK, Goodrich, USA and Orbit ACS.

23. ComAvia Systems Technologies (P) Ltd. Bangalore executes services in areas of Avionics integration for Indian higher aircraft programmes for LCA, Jaguar, MiG27, etc., They also build Integration test rigs and other test solutions consisting of data acquisition and simulation over MIL-STD-1553B Bus, ARINC429, Analog, Digital, Serial and other interfaces.

24. Data patterns (I) Private Limited, Chennai has developed airborne, naval, ground and space applications such as mission computer and displays for aircraft, Onboard Computer and fire control systems for missiles, radar subsystems, ATE for aircraft, ground systems space craft and vehicles.

25. For DRDO, Department of Space system, System houses and Aerospace Industry, the Datasol (B) Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore over a very good service in designing, developing and integrating the State of the art modular products in areas of Avionics, Cockpit display products etc. It is an ISO 9001-2000 Company.

26. DRDO has 5000 scientists, 25000 other scientific technical and supporting personnel, and 54 laboratories. Contact Persons are: Dr.D.Banerjee, Phone 91-011-23016640, Brig Umang Kapoor, Director, Phone:91-011-2301-3209, B.C. Srikanta Vice Chairman DRDO.

27. Dynamatic Technologies, Bangalore deal with ailerons, flaps for ITT-36 Jet Trainers; wing and rear fuselage for Lakshya, a high performance UAV; Control surfaces for the Su-30 mki fighter Aircraft like Vertical Fins, stabilisers, Canard, Ventral fins and slats, Ground support equipment for military jets, servo test control equipment for helicopters; Transmission products and electro hydraulics brake actuating systems for Battle Tanks. Fabrication and assembly of airframe structures of Lakshya, Indias Pilotless Target Aircraft, Hall’s 155-36 Project. Dynamatic Aerospace will be partnering HAL in the development of Airframe structures for the Sukhoi 30 mki fighter aircraft.

28. Enpro Secan India Ltd., New Delhi markets vapour cycle cooling system for Armoured fighting vehicles, Liquid cooling systems for Radars, Antennas etc., wave guide dryers, ACIDC Brush and Brushless motors, torque motors for Rods, Radars, missiles, etc., fans blowers axial centrifugal battle tanks, XIBC armed vehicles, etc., Heat transfer systems for Aircraft, battle tanks etc., They serve HAL, ADA, ECIL, BEL, DRDO, IAF, Indian Army, BDL, Air India, Thales, Airbus, Eurocopter, MTU, Embracer, LUCAS, Air France, Lufthansa, etc.,

29. Silver Oxide Zing, Nickel, Cadmium batteries for Indian military aircraft, helicopters, torpedoes and missiles are supplied by High Energy Batteries (I) Ltd., Tamilnadu. Contact Person: S.Arunachalam, V.Balasubramaniam, Fax: 91-4339250516, 91-431-2414455.

30. Terra Vista range of products for the 3D Terrain Generation 9.8 marketed by Integrated digital systems, Kolkatta. Those 3D databases are utilised in war gaming, situational aware analysis, flight simulation, training etc.,

31. It was interesting to note that JS Precisions, Bangalore is formed under women Entrepreneurs scheme. Contact person is Mrs. Jayanthi, Fax: 91-080-26637921, Phone: 91-080-266372707. They supply sheet metal, machined and non metallic components for aircraft & aero engines. Locknuts, Gaskets, jig fixtures, Locking washers and the products it supplies to IAF, DRDO, Naval Aviation and HAL. More than 800 precision critical / non critical components are produced by them.

32. Kumaran Industries, Bangalore produces jet engine parts for Aerospace and Aeronautical Industry utilising CNC Technology. Development of precision airframes and aero engines parts for LCA, ADA, ALH, 14 seat passenger aircraft, SARAS (NAL), ADE, Navy and Air force are some of their invaluable contribution to Indian air force. They have obtained recognition from foreign companies too like Magellan, uTGU technologies. Contact Person is Mr.Mohan, Director, Phone: 91-80-23409113, fax 91-80-23381498. Mr.M. Parthasarathy is the technical Director.

33. Maini Precision Products (P) Ltd., Bangalore serves Honeywell USA, Moog Aerospace U.K., WA, Goodrich, USA, Sneema moteurs, France, etc., by producing machined components. Contact person: Shaikendra Pratap Singh, Fax: +91-80-51272500, 91-80-51272400.

34. The Ministry of Indian Defence has licensed Max Aerospace Aviation Ltd., Mumbai to supply and install of Avionics, UAV’s, CAV’s Aircraft Subsystems, helicopters and Arms. This company takes pride to say that they have been approved by DGCA, HAL, DGAQA and CHEMILAC and it has been registered with IAF. Navy and Indian coast guard. Their maintenance works are also approved by NAVCOM. ADF, VDR and CUR. The works in cockpit Instruments, lighting systems, gyro instruments and airframe components have been with quality and perfection. Contact person: Bharat Malkani, Phone: 91-22-26135545, fax: 91-22-26162613.

35. Merchant Shipping Industry, Indian Army, Navy Coast guard and IAF prefer to use specialised tents for survival of helicopter crew, inflatable lifearts, life Jackets, etc., produced by meridian Inflatables Private Limited, Mumbai. It has 25 years of experience and possesses ISO 9001 Certificate. Contact Person: Maj. Arun Phatak (Retd.) Phone: 91-22-28570369, fax 91-22-28572927.

36. MIDHANI, Hyderabad which has developed 75 alloys with the enormous efforts of their R&D team.

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Source by Chakarapani Srinivasa