Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Scorpène's Sensor Suite

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11 comments :

Anonymous said...

what about the Kargil history, first on Headlines then on Livefist, as promised by you...or was shelved even on the channel???

Anonymous said...

whats up shiv, looks like even you have turned to just posting Power point slides as done by ur dear friend prasun sen.
Try writing your point of view about what you post so that we have some points to argue.
-raj

Anonymous said...

S cube sonar nice .

Anonymous said...

i hope to mount this sensor suite on ATV as well

Anonymous said...

shiv plz tell me about... why the indian navy is not putting the small nuclear in the indeginious aircraft carrier...as it has put in INS arihant.....

Anonymous said...

tell me one thing,shiv....u said a few days ago that scorpene has X-shaped rudder....but these pic show that the rudder is similar to other subs ie 2 vertical and 2 horizontal tails....so tell me whats the truth?

Anonymous said...

Why do we need to buy these sensor and processing tech fom France? Even if we lack in hardware, aren't we supposed to be the "IT Superpower"? Why can't we build our own processing software and suite to manage the hardware. Are we reallly good for nothing but call center work, or do the babus and netas get 'comission' when they order expensive stuff from other nations?

anthony said...

Why do we need to buy these sensor and processing tech fom France? Even if we lack in hardware, aren't we supposed to be the "IT Superpower"? Why can't we build our own processing software and suite to manage the hardware. Are we reallly good for nothing but call center work, or do the babus and netas get 'comission' when they order expensive stuff from other nations?

You're correct there. Heavy dependence on foreign imports is not making India an 'IT superpower'.

AK said...

@ anthony
IT Superpower in the field of maintenance software only. We still do not do nay ground breaking R&D. There is no culture in India to do that.

Anonymous said...

military softwares are harder to produce(like radar software) than the software for commercial use.

Anonymous said...

With the kind of work culture we have in the government,one cannot expect any ground breaking R&D in India.