Defence Expo 2012 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi


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thanks Mr.boss for the photo's,
AMW seems to have done there homework,good to see new Indian companies competing with the oldies.
 
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BAE Systems debuts the CV90 family of light tanks and the BvS10 go-anywhere all-terrain vehicle.

Check this out,
Royal Enfield bike for our fire fighters called Blaze Buster(sound's cool)[clap]


NANO for military[clap]

Check this French Hummer,look's very interesting though.

Ashok Leyland's mean machine called COLT, look's very macho i hope our military buy's these machine's.
 

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That Renault vehicles, 2nd from right reminds me of Humvee.
And what is that Tata vehicle ? Covered bike or what for 2 ?
 
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That Renault vehicles, 2nd from right reminds me of Humvee.
And what is that Tata vehicle ? Covered bike or what for 2 ?

Defining a new level of protected mobility during indoor combat, Tata Motors showcased its ‘Nano’ for the defence forces, the MBPV. While the design may not be captivating, it is quite functional. Besides being bulletproof, all sides including the floor have angles to deflect bullets and roll-off grenades. The electric-powered vehicle can last up to six hours in an intermittent operation with a top speed of 20km/h, making it silent yet agile. With maximum payload capacity of 200kg it can carry two personnel with their equipment. The pivot turning and gradeability of 20 degrees enables it to go over slopes and climb stairs as well.
 
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And what is that Tata vehicle ? Covered bike or what for 2 ?
It is called Micro Bullet Proof Vehicle (MBPV). Meant for commando forces like the NSG.

Defining a new level of protected mobility during indoor combat, Tata Motors showcased its ‘Nano’ for the defence forces, the MBPV. While the design may not be captivating, it is quite functional. Besides being bulletproof, all sides including the floor have angles to deflect bullets and roll-off grenades. The electric-powered vehicle can last up to six hours in an intermittent operation with a top speed of 20km/h, making it silent yet agile. With maximum payload capacity of 200kg it can carry two personnel with their equipment. The pivot turning and gradeability of 20 degrees enables it to go over slopes and climb stairs as well.
Yes it has capability to climb stairs.

Useful for fighting terrorists in places like Hotels, Malls and Super markets, Hospitals, Airports and Houses.
 

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Just a related update, not creating a new thread for it: Tata Motors Signs Cooperation Agreement with DRB-HICOM’s Defence Technologies.

Tata Motors and DRB-HICOM Defence Technologies Sdn Bhd (DEFTECH), a wholly-owned subsidiary of DRB-HICOM Berhad, Malaysia, have signed a Cooperation Agreement to enable both DEFTECH and Tata Motors to develop, promote and market Tata Motors high mobility 4x4 trucks with payloads ranging from 2.5 tonnes to 5.0 tonnes, for the Armed forces of Malaysia.

In the initial stage, DEFTECH will be working on two of Tata Motors proven models, LPTA 715 and LPTA 1623. These vehicles are suitable in various configurations including troop carriers, command post, ambulance, reconnaissance missions, as an armoured carrier communication shelter and others.

Tata Motors has been associated with the country’s off-road defence and security forces, since 1958 and has supplied over 1, 00,000 vehicles to the Indian military and Paramilitary forces, so far. The company offers its products and services that not only meet the needs of the domestic market, but are also positioned to meet most stringent requirements across the world. Tata Motors exports its range of specialised defence vehicles to the SAARC, ASEAN and African regions.

With Tata Motors’ rich portfolio in multi-axle range like 12x12, 8x8 & 6x6, the company has started supplying to leading Missile OEMs across the world. The company has established itself as a supplier of specialist vehicles for UN peacekeeping missions. Tata Motors range of off-road vehicles are also being procured by the agencies, involved in AID & Development, across the world like GSA, KBR, Oxfam, RONCO, RA International & Riders.
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