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According to Lt Gen Anindya Sengupta, Chief of Staff of Northern Command, we have learned from past confrontations and are cognizant of necessary countermeasures.

To combat threats presented by opponents on the northern and western frontiers, the Indian Army has implemented counter-drone tactics. We have learned from previous confrontations, according to Lt Gen Anindya Sengupta, Chief of Staff of Northern Command, and we are aware of the necessary countermeasures.

“There are actions being taken inside and deployed on the western and northern frontiers to combat the enemy. Lt Gen Sengupta continued, “They are deployed to do what is asked of them, be it for surveillance or other.

Lt Gen Sengupta continued by saying that the Army is hopeful about deploying drones for both military tasks and the supply of payload for high-altitude zones. He said that studies on logistical drones have been conducted. We face a variety of difficulties while flying drones at great heights, but we are certain that we can meet and overcome these difficulties. We hope to deliver hefty loads (over seven to eight kg) to both our working locations and high-altitude regions.

According to Lt Gen Sengupta, who provided information about the North Tech Symposium, “creative and offensive exploitation of technology has recently challenged the status quo in the battlefield. According to these advancements, future military operations will be significantly altered by present and developing technologies in the next years. For all of the Indian Army’s needs, especially in the areas of firepower, mobility, force preservation, situation awareness, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance, and electronic warfare, it is necessary to concentrate on developing reliable indigenous solutions.

While it is important to embrace and use modern technology, it is also crucial to maintain and upgrade current in-service equipment in order to breathe new life into crucial weapon platforms and equipment, such as armoured fighting vehicles, engineer-made equipment, electronic warfare, surveillance, and force preservation. The Atmanirbhar Bharat project has given India the much-needed push it needs to transition from being the world’s largest importer of weapon systems to a manufacturing behemoth and net exporter of defense-related goods, he continued.

Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh, the Chief of Defence Staff, the Army Chief, the Lieutenant Governor of J&K and Ladakh, Manoj Sinha, and Brig. BD Sharma (Ret.) will all attend the Indian Army’s North Tech Symposium, which will be held in Jammu from September 11 to September 13.

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