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Old October 14th, 2008, 09:10 AM   #1
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Smile Aero-India @ Air Force Station,Yelhanka, Bangalore | Aerospace News & Projects

As Bangalore leads the way in IT, fashion, BT, it is also an emerging venue for many aviation, aerospace and defense projects. With many private companies within Bangalore showing their potential to provide high quality IT solutions,composites, embedded systems, mro's, and aerospace components, Bangalore has the potential to bag a lot of projects.

Add to this, the recent GoI initiative to rope in private Indian companies for offset defence projects. This initiative makes the Aero-India show a much awaited one. The bi-annual Aero India show is here again in Feb 2009. Venue as usual will be the Yelahanka air force station. The official website is : www.aeroindia.in

This thread is to discuss about projects, news (especially Aero-India), and companies with relevance to the above. It also aims to find out whether Bangalore is (or will become) the aviation capital of the country. Please post pictures wherever possible.

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This is "Karnataka Automobile & Aerospace Industry" thread. Includes all karnataka aerospace updates including Bangalore, Kolar, Belgaum.
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Vying to make it into the Indian Air Force

Lockheed Martin, Boeing and other manufacturers make a beeline for the Aero Show

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With India planning to make some big-ticket purchases to strengthen its air power, the upcoming Aero India, to be held at the Air Force Station, Yelahanka, will see many foreign firms exhibiting their latest products.
As reported earlier, the US aviation company, Lockheed Martin, will be bringing the F-35 cockpit demonstrator to Aero India 2011 for the first time. Also to make a presence during the five-day air show would be the US Air Force's WC-130 (Weather Bird).
A Lockheed official said that the US Air Force is working to bring the WC-130 (Weather Bird), which has a specialised configuration for weather data mapping.
The WC-130 a high-wing, medium-range aircraft is flown by the Air Force Reserve Command for weather reconnaissance missions.
The aircraft, a modified version of the C-130, can stay aloft nearly 15 hours and can covers 3,500 miles at a stretch.
"Lockheed Martin's two F-16s (Block 60) aircraft and the US Air Force's two F-16s will be displayed," said an official.
Boeing is also planning to bring a wide range of aircraft, which include the F/A-18 Super Hornet, one of the contenders for the multi-medium role combat aircraft deal.
With India expected to spend about US$112 billion on capital acquisition by the year 2016, the US is hoping to cash in.
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There is of course the question of off-sets. For certain products the Indians are placing the figure as high as 30 per cent or even 50 per cent. How do you go about finding the right collaborators in India?

Off-sets are not an obstacle for us. Our will to invest in India is high and the off-set factor is not a big constraint. We want to invest in India because we feel it is one of the most promising markets in the world, whether for civil products or for military products. We have 250 people in India at the moment; we will have almost 700 people in 2012. To get access to the Indian market we have to invest, that's clear. In India we find the technological resources we are looking for. We are extremely happy with Bangalore where we have not just a design office but a research centre now being developed and we will have a design office for Airbus and Cassidian, our defence division. More globally, EADS has to be built on three pillars — one in Europe, certainly because our roots are in Europe, one in the United States because half of the world defence market and 40 per cent of the aeroplanes flying are in the U.S., but the third pillar has to be in emerging countries. Growth and dynamism will be with the emerging countries in future and India is certainly one of the most promising. It's a country where we can partner with local industry, where we could find technological resources, where we have one of our main partners for space. We are partners on helicopters, on Cassidian (defence projects) — for some products for the Eurofighter and certainly for Airbus. It means our four divisions can work in India and partner in India with Indian companies. The market is equal to the size of the country — huge.
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Old January 3rd, 2011, 09:46 AM   #5
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AERO India 2011
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09 to 13 Feb 2011 , Air Force station Yalahanka ,Bangalore
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Lethal players in air to descend on Feb 9
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What will be the highlight of Aero India 2011? The country that wins the contract to supply 126 fighter aircraft to India __ all worth 10 billion dollars and more. The deal might be decided much earlier, and even if the show is a mere symbolic exhibition of military prowess, nothing will prevent some of the world's most lethal fighter aircraft from landing at Yelahanka next month.

Aero India is back __ this time from February 9 to 13. Enthusiasts can look forward to a combo of trendy and menacing aircraft this time too __ MiG-35, F-16, F-18/A, Eurofighter Typhoon, Globemaster C-13 heavylift aircraft, CJ-135 Hercules transport aircraft, Boeing maritime patrolling aircraft P-8I, MiG-29, Light Combat Helicopter, Advanced Light Helicopter, the Russian SU-30, Jaguars, and many more.

Civil and military aerospace manufacturers from at least 20 countries, including the US, Britain, Russia, France, Germany, Italy, Israel, Belgium, Brazil, Spain, Ukraine and the Netherlands, will participate in Asia's premier show.

As many as 300 international and 200 Indian companies are likely to participate. Around 100 types of civilian and military aircraft will be on display. Experts from India and abroad will present papers on subjects related to the growing aerospace regime. The concept will provide for extensive interaction between scientists, designers, manufacturers, users, operations and the academia.

Aero India 2011 will provide an ideal window of opportunity for companies to not only network with the Indian Industry but also to benefit from the sharing of expertise in the fields of R&D, production and product support with other global players.


Read more: Lethal players in air to descend on Feb 9 - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz1A8JnfAIv
Rooms go as hot cakes even as rates hit the sky
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BANGALORE: Money doesn't matter much, comfort matters. Major star hotels in the city have been booked out for Aero India 2011 which will be on from February 9 to 13. The city will have visitors from around 20 countries and more than 500 companies for the eight edition of the show.

Single occupancy rents are running on an average from Rs 22,000 to Rs 35,000 for the February 9-13 period, while suites are charged up to Rs 50,000 per day. Approximate cost per room one month before the show ranges from Rs 9,000 to Rs 15,000, while a couple of days after the event, the cost is between Rs 12,000 to Rs 22,000.

ITC Gardenia, The Leela Palace Kempinski, Vivanta by Taj, The Oberoi, The Taj West End have been booked out for the days of the event, while ITC Windsor is almost full. As many as 1,500 rooms have been rented out in the top hotels.


Read more: Rooms go as hot cakes even as rates hit the sky - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz1A8K01UJ2
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With security on the radar, the Ministry of Defence is making all-out efforts to organise a fool-proof, secure ‘Aero India’ show this time around.

Given the high-profile participants and displays, security arrangements at the air show will include use of radio frequency badges, CCTV surveillance at all points, fencing, under-vehicle scanning, baggage scanners, etc. Besides, the Ministry of Defence has directed the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to appoint an official fabricator in the pavillion and the interiors for designing and construction of customised stalls, and advised that the exhibitors take the services of the official stand contractor. It said: “Details of personnel who construct/decorate stands/chalets other than the official stand contractors may be furnished in the format... given by the exhibitor concerned, along with a letter of authority nominating the contracting company for such service.”

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In case of exhibitors wishing to get their own fabricators, they will pay a penalty of Rs one lakh. And this, sources said, is to restrict the entry of unauthorised people into the site and keep the entire premises secure. Further, a workshop on the Indian defence procurement procedures, which garnered good interest at last year’s defence expo, and a workshop on defence offsets are said to be attracting participants. “These are the two most important decisions related to the defence policy in the country. The whole world is watching it and is eager to learn more about it,” a source said.
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Bangalore: The 26/11 terror attack is rather fresh in the armed forces memory.With the aero show coming up between February 9 and 13 at the Yelahanka air base,the IAF is making sure nothing about the campus or its logistics are out in public.
A Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and media delegation which visited the air base on Thursday to take stock of preparations for the upcoming event,were told that in the interest of national security,the IAF wont permit a tour of the campus and a photo shoot therein.
A senior IAF officer said,We all understand the implications of 26/11.In fact,live telecast of its aftermath at the Taj helped anti-national elements spot Indian forces,logistics,personnel and positions.It was a difficult situation.
He continued: Given that public information about the campus and preparations could affect security,we request no video or photo shoots be done that could reveal the areas physical characteristics.
While conceding to IAFs objection,BBMP officials asked if they would need any help in clearing areas around the campus,particularly the garbage dump.
The IAF official said: We do have a problem of bird-hits which is why we would like the garbage dump and lakes to be cleaned.Measures are already under way.We thank the delegation for volunteering to help the IAF.
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With ''Aero India 2011'' just a few weeks away, aviation and defence companies are gearing up to showcase their products at the international aerospace show.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) is busy readying the venue - the Yelahanka Air Force Station - for the event. Of the defence PSUs, the Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) will display the indigenously developed Network Centric Warfare technologies. It makes use of computer processing power and networking communications technology to provide shared information of the battle space among defence forces. The NCW solutions include Command and Control System, a major display on Air Space Management; Multi-Sensor Tracking, Situation Simulator and Tactical Algorithm for Air Defence applications; Battlefield Management System for supporting military users of all levels in a tactical battle area - from the individual soldier up to the Battalion HQ; Coastal Surveillance System, an all-weather 24x7 surveillance system for safeguarding the nation’s coastline.

BEL will also showcase Software Defined Radios, Next Generation Bulk Encryptor and High Data Tactical Radio, Radar Finger Printing System (RFPS), an airborne equipment that carries out Fine Grain Analysis; Digital Flight Control Computer (DFCC), a computer-used onboard aircraft for flight control functions; and Identification Friend or Foe, an electronic system which can determine the intent of an aircraft. The highlight of BEL’s outdoor display will be the entire range of sub-systems that constitute Akash, the indigenous guided missile air defence weapon system. Another major system is Weapon Locating Radar, the state-of-the-art passive, phased array radar which has undergone successful user trials. Both these systems have been designed by the DRDO.

Airbus Military : Although Airbus Military, the military aircraft-producing wing of Airbus Industry is participating in the airshow, it will not demonstrate any aircraft at the event. However, the company began its promotion in the City much in advance, with its Market Development head, Didier Vernet announcing on Friday that it was in the race to supply six mid-air refuelling transport aircraft to the Indian Air Force. The firm is competing with the Russian-made IL-78 to supply the Airbus A330 multi-role tanker transport.
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Bangalore: If the Common Wealth Games (CWG) authorities in Delhi tried to hide poor infrastructure, Bangalore will spread a plastic sheet over its garbage and tell the world that it's a hi-tech city.

It is the BBMP's peekaboo job: with foreign guests flying in for the Aero India show, the civic authority plans to cover up its garbage mess at Mavallipura, about 8.5km from the Yelahanka airbase in North Bangalore. The sheets will be on for the duration of Asia's biggest airshow.

Instead of scientifically recycling the huge dumpyard of 600 tonne of unsegregated waste, the BBMP on Tuesday began laying blue plastic sheets over it. They serve a dual purpose: avoid bird-hits and cover the landfill, that poses huge health hazards.

At the landfill, there is every kind of waste, from carcasses, syringes, massive restaurant waste, other biomedical waste, chemical waste, huge loads of plastic and other filth on the mountains of filth. The stench spreads even kilometres away from the spot. Packs of dogs and scavenging birds forage in the waste.

The massive site is spread across 45 acres, and garbage covers around six acres. Here, unsegregated waste is dumped, with little or no recycling. The leachate discharged by the landfill washes into almost all the water bodies, including three lakes around the site.

A BBMP chief engineer, who was supervising the staff covering the area on Tuesday, told The Times of India: "Due to the aero show, the government has ordered us to cover the site with plastic sheets. This will minimize bird hits. In a couple of days, we will cover the entire site."

VILLAGERS FURIOUS

The locals are outraged. "It is a stupid idea. We will not accept this temporary covering of the landfill. For the past seven years, because of this site, health problems have increased drastically in the village. The leachate that seeps into the water bodies has made the water here toxic. People don't even wash clothes in these lakes. We have been protesting and questioning the authorities, but they are still indifferent," said panchayat member and taluk president, Srinivas R. Not even an effluent treatment plant is functioning here, he added.

During the past few editions of the airshow, the landfill was not covered. "This year, the government wants us to be very strict and clear everything," said the BBMP official.

Villagers say the landfill causes serious problems, especially during the monsoons. "None of the students in this school can drink ground water, nor can they use water from the lakes. In the monsoons, the leachate flows into the lakes. Many students suffer from various kinds of fevers and infections due to the landfill. Authorities have done nothing about it. NGOs have tested the water and found it to be very toxic," said Tejawati M N, a government school teacher.

HORROR HEAPS

* Mavallipura is a village about 20 km north of Bangalore. In 2003, H Bailappa, a local landowner, leased his land to the erstwhile Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (now BBMP) to dump the city's solid waste
* BBMP later gave the contract to Ramky for management of waste
* According to villagers, the immunity level of children has fallen drastically. Dengue, chikungunya and cancer cases are on the rise. This is due to toxic leachate contamination and breeding of mosquitoes
* According to the municipal solid waste rules, landfills should be at least 20 km away from the airbase -- this is just 8.5km away
* During the airshow, garbage trucks will offload waste in the evenings

Read more: BBMP has fig leaf solution for landfill - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...#ixzz1Clna1qxy
It is full asia's biggest airshow.. arent air shows conducted in seoul/beijing/singapore??
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Steel birds test Bangalore skies ahead of Aero Show
Published: Saturday, Feb 5, 2011, 8:12 IST
By Hemanth CS | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA

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With just over four days to go for Asia’s biggest air show, preparations at the Air Force Station, Yelahanka, were on in full swing on Friday. Sources at the defence ministry said that 11 aircraft have already touched down at the Air Force Station, Yelahanka. Among the aircraft that have already arrived are two Eurofighter Typhoons of the Italian Air Force, Grippen and Omega Air Refueling Tanker.

Aerobatic teams of the Surya Kiran, Sarang and the Salzburg-based Flying Bulls will be performing at the Aero Show. The Austrian Flying Bulls will be performing for the first time at Bangalore’s Aero Show. These teams have also all arrived at the venue, and a few have started rehearsals for the show, which will begin on February 9 and conclude on February 13.

The Akashdeep aerostat, India’s flagship exhibit, has also arrived from Agra. The aerostat, developed by Agra-based Aerial Delivery Research & Development Establishment (ADRDE) will perform surveillance duties during the five-day air show.

Defence officials said that 80% of the work at the venue has been completed.
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Aero show to attract global players

Express News Service First Published : 05 Feb 2011 04:18:01 AM ISTLast Updated : 05 Feb 2011 10:13:06 AM IST

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BANGALORE: After the Global Investment Summit held in the state recently, the Aero India 2011 would be one of the leading contenders for bringing global players in defence, civil and aerospace sectors on one platform.
Highlighting the growth, organisers of the event have said there are more aircraft from the civil aviation sector as compared to the military.
"Out of the 97 aircraft, 47 are from international participants," said the organisers said and added that there was 46 per cent of defence whereas there was 54 per cent civilian sector participation. Adding that 64 countries had been invited, nearly 40 of them were participating in the event. "We would be looking at providing a level playing field, indigenous production and export potential with this show," said a source.
Adding to the big players, they said small and medium enterprises are also participating in the event.
"There would be nearly 2830 per cent of SMEs from India and other countries," an official said.
Adding that there were expecting many high powered delegates, they said this would comprise ministers, air chiefs and other personnel from procurements from various countries.
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Eagerly awaited by the City’s aviation buffs, the five-day extravaganza - Aero India 2011- kicks-off at Yelahanka Air Force Base here on Wednesday after a two-year hiatus.

The biennial flagship aerospace show will see the big players in the world aviation sector getting down to the business of selling their wares to potential buyers. As the country’s Silicon City turns into Aviation Acropolis, Bangalore will have kept its tryst with the calendar event for the eighth time since the birth of the Aero India. The Air Force Base will turn into a global aero-amphitheatre with some awe-inspiring and spectacular action by an array of aircraft to be savoured by the City’s avowed aviation buffs and general public. One is expected to witness some of the most daring and dazzling display of aerobatics and never-to-be-missed ensemble of flying displays as the brave men in the cockpit take their magnificent machines through some precision manoeuvres leaving one and all spellbound.

For statistics, fighter jets, transport aircraft and choppers and aerospace systems will all vie for attention. With India’s very own Light Combat Aircraft (LCA)-Tejas- marking the line-up besides the ALH (Advance Light Hilicopter) Dhruvs and the Sarang team. The fighters in the form of F-18/A Hornet, F-16, Gripen JAS 39, Eurofighter Typhoon, Dassault’s Rafale, and an array of other aircraft, both civil and defence, will provide for a power-packed aerial extravaganza. The eighth edition of the Aero India has attracted over 675 exhibitors, including 380 from 29 countries and 295 domestic firms. Defence Minister A K Antony will flag-off the air show while Minister of State for Defence Production M M Pallam Raju, service chiefs of Indian armed forces and military delegations from across the world will be in attendance.

Official delegations from 36 countries, including Britain, Germany, France, Russia and the US — are here in full force to promote their global aerospace majors for new collaborations, partnerships and joint ventures with Indian counterparts. The US tops the list with 250 members led by Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Andrew J. Shapiro. Germany with 35, Italy 10 besides Belgium, Britain, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Russia and the US have put up dedicated pavilions.
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Aero India 2011

The eighth edition of AeroIndia is the largest ever with about 675 exhibitors, including 380 from 29 countries and 295 domestic firms, participating in the five-day trade expo to showcase their latest aerospace technologies and products for Indian and international markets,"

About 70,000 business delegates from 70 countries will make a beeline to the military and civil aviation trade show, while a whopping 275,000 general visitors are expected to throng the venue for witnessing the static and flying display.

100 military and civil aircraft, including 47 foreign planes and different helicopters, will be on static or flying display.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) will also display its air prowess with its fleet of Sukhois, MiGs, Mirages and Jaguars.

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Here are a few pics I could manage to click.
It was mentioned that tickets would be available at the venue, but the counter where they were supposed to sell, not a single soul was there
Getting the tickets is such a pain. Even for tickets booked online, they need to go to the bank or to the venue and stand in the queue to get the RFID tag. Hope, I get tickets for this weekend.


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