The International Police Expo 2019 on theme ‘Challenges to strengthen peace and security’ was organised at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The 2019 event is scheduled from 19-20 July saw participation of Manufacturers and technology players from more than 25 countries.
About International Police Expo 2019
This year is 5th edition of International Police Expo.
Organiser: Nexgen Exhibitions, Asia’s leading and established trade fair, exhibition and conference organizer.
Focus Area: IPE focuses on everything about police forces even their welfare and fitness as well as all other necessities of Police and other armed forces for their day to day life and other operations. It showcases latest and modern technologies, equipments and inputs that are required for safety and protection of society, enforcement of law, and providing rescue to disaster affected.
At the Expo, more than 25 countries are showcasing combat/armoured vehicles, advanced firearms and a plethora of disruptive technologies in cyber security, homeland security, drones and safety and rescue.
Over 100 leading manufacturers and technology players from Israel, Singapore, China, South Korea, Taiwan, UK, US, Malaysia, Germany, Australia, Poland and other nations are displaying best and advanced technologies.
Key Features of Expo are:
- Police Welfare
- Training for better Law Compliance
- Healthcare & Fitness to force
- Methods for creating awareness among society
- Safety & Protection to society
- Rescue Management techniques and equipments
- Technology & Equipments for attaining basic aims of Policing
- Surveillance for preventive measures
- Indian Ordnance Factories and Dealers
Importance: It is the only exhibition that focuses and offers an interactive platform to police representatives belonging to different nations where they can meet policing security equipment/technology suppliers and discuss business opportunities related to fields of internal security.
Month:Current Affairs – July, 2019 Categories: Events & Observances
Tags: International Police Expo 2019 • New Delhi • Nexgen Exhibitions • Police Welfare
Indian Army has successfully conducted summer user trials of NAG, 3rd Generation Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM). The test was carried out at Pokhran Field Firing Ranges in Rajasthan. Trials were conducted by user team from Indian Army as per user defined trial directive in presence of senior officials of the Army and DRDO.
As part of NAG Missile summer user trials, 6 missions were conducted under extreme temperature conditions of Pokhran Ranges. Missile system has already cleared winter user trials in February 2019.
Result: All missiles met mission objectives such as minimum range, maximum range, in direct attack and top attack modes and also achieved a direct hit onto the target.
Way Ahead: Completion of summer user trials will now pave the way for production and induction of missile system into Indian Army. Center Government has already issued Acceptance of Necessity for induction of NAG after user trials.
About NAG missile
Developed by: Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), a government agency responsible for military’s research and development,
It is a 3rd-generation fire and forget class missile.
It is capable of engaging highly fortified enemy tanks in all weather conditions. It has day and night capabilities.
It uses an imaging infrared seeker in lock-on-before-launch mode.
It is launched from NAG missile carrier (NAMICA) which is capable of carrying up to 6 combat missiles.
Range: Minimum-500 metres and Maximum- 4 kilometres
What makes Nag Missile unique in its class is Robust imaging algorithm that made the missile hit target at 4-kilometre distance even in severe summer desert conditions.
Month:Current Affairs – July, 2019 Categories: Defence & Security
Tags: Anti-Tank Guided Missile • Defence Research and Development Organisation • Missile Test • Nag Missile • NAG missile carrier • NAMICA • Pokhran Field Firing Ranges • Summer User Trials of Nag Missile