Committed to developing indigenous competence and Make in India in Defence
Booth# D1.2a, Hall-D, at AeroIndia 2017
Samtel Avionics Ltd. (SA)  along with its joint venture companies – Samtel HAL Display Systems Ltd. (SHDS) and Samtel Thales Avionics Ltd. (STAL) will be showcasing its wide array of military products and expanded range of capabilities at Booth# D1.2a, Hall-D, at AeroIndia 2017 from 14-18 February 2017 at Yelahanka Airforce Station, Bengaluru.
At the Aero India , Samtel will showcase its indigenous manufacturing capabilities in the domains of System Integration, Optronics, Electronic Warfare, EO-IR seekers, Guided Rockets/Missiles as well as the latest products in their proven expertise area of Military Displays. The products on display include the following:
  • Airborne Displays: 24” flat panel display, 19” Land display, 12×9 Smart MFD, ISIS for HTT-40, 7” handheld display
  • TAC-ELINT : Tactical-Electronic INTelligence
  • IIR Seeker : IIR Seeker for Guided Rocket
  • Dual-mode Seeker (IIR+SAL) for Air-to-Ground Missile
  • LSAM: Long Range Surface to Air Missile Multi-Function Radar
Samtel is also setting up the products manufactured through the Samtel HAL JV. These products are being demonstrated at the Samtel HAL JV booth in Hall-E, within the HAL stall:
  • CMFD55 & CMFD66 for Su30 MKI: A Type approved product which is currently being inducted on Sukhoi 30 MKI aircrafts
  • MFD86 for LCH: 8×6 MFD manufactured for induction on LCH
  • 3ATI multifunction indicator
Puneet Kaura, Executive Director, Samtel Avionics said, “There is a lot of optimism among the Indian defence players – especially the private defence manufacturers, with the launch of the ‘Make in India’ programme. The defence industry in India has a continuing focus on self-reliance, and it appears that under the current government, there will be a push for reforms that encourage the private sector to make further inroads into the defence domain.”