Boeing and BEL to open analysis and experimentation center in India

  • 16-Feb-2009 05:56 EST

Boeing and Bharat Electronics Ltd., one of India's leading defense companies, are jointly developing an analysis and experimentation center in India. The facility will be designed to enable government and industry to work together to explore the best alternatives and solutions to the challenges currently facing India's defense forces. With the latest modeling, simulation, and analysis tools, customers will have the ability to conduct experiments in a collaborative, immersive environment to analyze the utility of new technologies or tactics on military operations. They will be able to explore alternative solutions and "what if" scenarios, define requirements in more detail, and ultimately lower risk on developmental programs. Boeing has similar capabilities operating in Australia (Systems Analysis Laboratory, Brisbane) and the U.K. (The Portal, Farnborough), each having the ability to collaborate with Boeing centers in the U.S.

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