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NASSCOM Engineering Summit 2013: Collaborative working and “Co-opetition” - Dr. Vijay Kumar Saraswat, Scientist & Researcher

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  • 1. PANEL DISCUSSIONS
  • 2. SUSTAINABILITY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT • MEETING THE NEEDS OF PRESENT GENERATION WITHOUT COMPRISING THE ABILITY OF FUTURE GENERATIONS TO MEET THEIR NEEDS Three Dimensions of sustainability • BALANCING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SOCIAL EQUITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION HELP ACHIEVE SUSTAINABILITY • FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, STRIKE BALANCE BETWEEN - ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS OF NATIONAL RESOURCES - TECHNO-ECONOMIC SYSTEMS & THEIR DEVELOPMENT - SOCIAL CONCERNS OF HUMAN CAPITAL AND SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS ECO-CENTRIC CONCERNS Natural resources and ecological capacity SUSTAINABILITY TECHNO-CENTRIC CONCERNS Techno-economic systems SOCIO-CENTRIC CONCERNS Human capital and social expectations Moving towards Sustainable Development ECO-CENTRIC CONCERNS TECHNOCENTRIC CONCERNS SOCIOCENTRIC CONCERNS ECO-CENTRIC CONCERNS TECHNOCENTRIC CONCERNS SOCIOCENTRIC CONCERNS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMEN T becoming more common SUSTAINABILITY ACHIEVED
  • 3. ACTIVITIES FOR SUSTAINMENT (PRODUCT & LIFE CYCLE) PROUCT ENGINEERING • DEVELOPMENT STGRATEGY TO BE DRIVEN BY INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING WITH FUTURE ORIENTATION & SUSTAINABILITY • SUSTAINABILITY FEATURES TO BE INCORPORATED DURING - PRODUCT DESIGN - PROTO-FABRICATION - PERFORMANCE TESTING - MANUFACTURING PROCESS / PRODUCTION - USER OPERATIONS (TEST MARKETING) TRIALS - PACKAGING & STORAGE PRODUCT UPGRADATION & MAINTENANCE •TECHNOLOGY OBSOLESCENCE • SPARES AVAILABILITY • SYSTEM AVAILABILITY • TECHNOLOGY INSERTION • TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION - SUSTAINMENT EFFORT AT CORE LEVEL
  • 4. PRODUCT LIFE-CYCLE APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY
  • 5. DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR DEFENCE SELF RELIANCE 10000 Increase in Investment Rate to @ Rs 300 Cr/yr • SPECIAL MATERIALS / ARMOUR • COMPOSITES MATERIALS • UNMANNED FLIGHT VEHICLES • ON BOARD COMPUTERS • MISSION SOFTWARE • PHASED ARRAY RADAR • MIRV TECHNOLOGIES • RE-ENTRY TECHNOLOGY • INERTIAL GUIDANCE SYSTEMS • FLY-BY-WIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS • ELECTRONIC WARFARE • CYBER WARFARE • FREEDOM FROM FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY • PROTECTION AGAINST CONTROL REGIMES COST (RUPEES CRORES) CRITICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR ON GOING PROGRAMMES • New technologies • Knowledge gain • Lesser Dependency 5000 Investment of Rs 100 cr/yr 0 2000 2010 2020 TECHNOLOGIES FOR FUTURE PROGRAMMES • Missiles: - MEMs base Actuators, Sensors - RF Seekers, RLG, FOG, SOC - Gel propulsion systems • Electronics - Laser seekers, - NCW technologies - Active phased array Radars - Mini & Micro Satellites, SDR • Materials - Ceramic Radomes - High Temperature Materials - Stleath Materials • Aeronautics: - Airborne sys (AEWS, ESM, CCM) - Stealth technologies - Robotics & UAVs • Armament & Combat Systems - High Energy Solid Prop.(ADN) - Soldier as a system - Low Intensity Conflict Tech • Life Sciences - NBC Defence Technologies • Nano Technologies - NANO Materials, Sensors etc. • Wargaming Modelling & Simulation of Def systems 2030
  • 6. Development Strategy by DRDO Operational Requirements Economic Constraints Strategic Compulsions SERVICES LTIPP Geo-Political Inputs Top Down Technology Base • Weapon System Dev • Platform Dev. TD Projects Technology Capability Build-up Bottom Up Applied Research • Labs • Academic COE Mission Mode Projects Strategic Systems Technology Forecasting S&T projects Tactical Systems • Systems & Platforms • Subsystems • Products * Facilities * HR Applied Research Bottom Up Basic Research • Research Boards • Universities
  • 7. New Engagement Model: R&D–Academia–Industry R&D Commercial Arm Other Agencies – MOD, Para Military, Min of Home Users International Collaborations Requirements Regional Institutions R&D CoEs R&D Industry - Including OF, DPSU, PSU, LSI, SME clusters R&D Incubators • Large Programs • Concepts & Specifications • Tech Dev & Tech Mgt • System Integration • HR developments • International Collaborations University Industry Research Technology Innovation Research Parks (with Industry & R&D participation)      Development Product & Process Innovation Strong Bonds Adequate Financing Facilitate easy Migration of People Thinktanks & Domain Knowledge Establish Facilities SMEs • Production • Product Upgrade • Lifetime support
  • 8. Measures to be taken for Capability & Capacity building for Growth of Aerospace & Defence Industry Govt policy From Control To Facilitate Industry Initiatives Sustaining & Capacity Building (Production) Derisk Enhanced Reliance Industry Collaboration Collaborate as Equal partners R&D Defence Industry Growth Encourage Services participation Academia Involvement Self Creating capability (Tech Dev)
  • 9. THANK YOU