Northrop Grumman Corporation has reported that it will participate in INDESEC 2010, which will be held at the Pragati Madan, Central Delhi from Sep 6 to8. INDESEC is the only trade fair and conference conducted in India, combining both homeland security and defense division for ensuring maritime security, network-centric operations, homeland and border safety.
At INDESEC 2010, the exhibition area of UK will be headed by the trade association ADS and UK Trade and Investment Defense Services Organization (UKTI DSO), exhibiting UK- based novel, scientific advancements and their abilities. Northrop Grumman will be showcasing in this pavilion.
Richard Mears, Director of Group Business Development for Northrop Grumman Information Systems, Sector Europe has stated that Indian market is of major concern for Northrop and their company’s products like unmanned ground vehicles for monitoring and remote handling of dangers and various forms of latest information management systems will be of significant use for synchronizing the national defense network. He added that the solutions demonstrated at the conference are a subsidiary of their company’s broader portfolio of technical expertise and will reveal UK’s proficiency in the incorporation of multifarious information systems and their substantial advantages.
The company has reported that its Critical Incident Response System (CIRS) along with the TouchTable will be displayed at INDESEC 2010. These systems help flawless integration of diversified security solutions into a common situational awareness display, thereby enabling effective handling of a crisis. CIRS features necessary hardware and software helping commanders to make spontaneous plans while dealing with critical situations. TouchTable enhances group cooperation, examination of incident site data and remote sharing of communication over Internet Protocol (IP) to any other IP enabled equipment, thereby assuring that the real time information is well communicated to all the critical service providers.
Northrop will also demonstrate Integrated Tactical Command and Control Services (I-TaCCS) and Integrated Joint Operational Command and Control Services (I-JOCCS). Both these systems provide instructions, control and inspection during defense operations. The company will offer presentations on all features of these systems. The significant software component of I-TaCCS is Command and Control for the PC (C2PC) which provides a strategic view for directions and control, thereby augmenting strategic decision making during critical times. Currently used command systems with incorporated C2PC are the NATO's Maritime Command & Control System (MCCIS), Royal Navy Command Support System (RNCSS) and the UK MoD's Joint Operations Command System (JOCS).
INDESEC 2010 will also feature Northrop’s unmanned ground vehicle systems for remote dealing of dangerous tasks like bomb removal and other tactical operations. Andros F6A robot, designed for performing critical heavy duty operations will also be displayed in the show.