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Radars, sensors to be installed along border with Pakistan, Bangladesh

A pilot project for installing radars, sensors and cameras has been launched along the border with Pakistan and Bangladesh to check incidents of infiltration.

China deploys radars, drones on borders to curb infiltration?

Many border areas have deployed an integrated frontier monitoring system consisting of advanced radars and unmanned aerial vehicles.

DoT exempts short range microphones, radars from licensing

Government has exempted use of wireless frequencies from licensing requirement for short-range microphones like cordless phones, radars, contact less cards and similar products.

Iran unveils new surface-to-air missile, radars

Iran has unveiled a new surface-to-air missile and two radar systems it claims will boost the country's defense capabilities.

Google to create driverless taxis to carry passengers

Technology giant Google is planning to create a fleet of driverless `robo-taxis` to pick up and drop off passengers.

Estonia retires last Soviet-era radars

Estonia`s Air Defence forces have dismantled their last obsolete Soviet-made radars, the country`s armed forces said.

Coast Guard looks for alternative site for radars

The Coast Guard has started looking for an alternative site for deploying its coastal radars in Andaman and Nicobar Islands after the Environment Ministry red-flagged its plans.

IAF to procure new radars to prevent bird hits

To tackle the menace of birds flying around its bases and putting the fighter aircraft in danger, IAF is now looking for procuring sophisticated radars to monitor bird activity as an integral part of its flight safety procedure.

A chain of radars, AIS to block sea route for terrorists

A chain of radars and Automatic
Identification System (AIS) would be deployed along the coast
by next year to block the sea route for terrorists, a top
official said.

DRDO came in way of acquiring key radars before Kargil: Malik

Former Army chief VP Malik, who
led the Army during the 1999 Kargil war, has said casualties
in the conflict could have been reduced had DRDO "not come in
the way" in the acquisition of weapon-locating radars.