Mahindra Defence Bags Rs 1,350 Crore Contract To Supply 14 Anti-Submarine Warfare Defence Suite Systems To Indian Navy

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The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has awarded a major contract to Mahindra Defence Systems Limited (MDS) worth Rs 1349.95 crore for the manufacturing of Integrated Anti-Submarine Warfare Defence Suite (IADS) for modern warships of Indian Navy, the company said on Friday (27 August).

Competitive bids from Indian companies were invited by MoD through open tender wherein the systems fielded were put through detailed trials at sea to prove their capability, it added.

IADS is a high-end underwater equipment that uses latest technology. It is designed to detect and protect warships from underwater threats. It is a versatile system capable of operations from all sizes of warships - small, medium and large.

The complex array of sensors in water undertakes surveillance and provides inputs for signal processing and analysis. The warship then employs methods to neutralise the underwater threats, it said.

According to the company, this advanced technology system is the first of its kind being developed by an indigenous company for the Indian Navy.

"Mahindra Defence qualified by proving the capability of the system through comprehensive testing by the Indian MoD in actual operations at sea before being declared as winner on commercial bid," it said.

Mahindra Defence would be supplying 14 IADS Systems for the Indian Navy warships, the company added.

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