Indrajaal With Sigma Advanced Systems To Strengthen Anti-Drone Defence Systems In India

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  • The global anti-drone is projected to increase from USD 1.47 billion by 2023 to USD 3.8 billion by 2027
  • This collaboration will promote homegrown solutions while addressing the emerging security challenges drones pose.

Indrajaal has partnered with Sigma Advanced Systems (SAS) to take a significant step toward strengthening the indigenous manufacturing of anti-drone defence systems in India.

Indrajaal is a renowned leader in defence technology, excelling in countering various drone threats and offering holistic solutions to sectors such as defence, critical infrastructure, and public safety. In their partnership, Sigma will domestically produce essential hardware components for Indrajaal’s cutting-edge drone countermeasure systems.

Kiran Raju, Co-Founder of Indrajaal said, “We are thrilled to embark on this journey with Sigma that provides world-class products and services for National and International Defence & Aerospace Industry. Their expertise in manufacturing aligns perfectly with our commitment to delivering high-quality, indigenous counter-drone solutions. This partnership reinforces our dedication to bolstering India’s security infrastructure.”

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The global anti-drone is projected to increase from USD 1.47 billion by 2023 to USD 3.8 billion by 2027, driven by a robust 24.41% annual growth rate from 2023-2027, says a report.

Damodar Reddy, Founder of Sigma Advanced Systems said, “Bringing over 30 years of manufacturing defence and aerospace products and services expertise to Indrajaal is a proud moment for us.” He further added, “India’s defence and aerospace solutions are all about cutting-edge technology, precision, and unwavering quality. This partnership with Indrajaal reinstates our support in the initiatives Atmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India. With this partnership, we’re focused on strengthening our nation’s defence capabilities by indigenously manufacturing essential hardware and software systems.”

The collaboration underscores the growing importance of homegrown solutions while addressing the emerging security challenges posed by drones. The partnership between Indrajaal and Sigma Advanced Systems will ensure that India’s defence and security forces have access to cutting-edge technology, produced within the country, to protect against evolving threats.

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