Indian Defence Sector is growing in leaps and bounds. Not just because of the country’s budget allocation, but in terms of the Modernization needed and the rapid Technological Changes sweeping across the globe. In a scenario where technology and components were hitherto imported largely, with the thrust on Indigenization, the contribution and scalability of the private sector is also gaining prominence.

The Defence Off-Set Policy provides Public Sector and Private Organizations already supplying to Indian Defence, sunrise opportunities to address its mammoth requirements, in partnership with Global Majors.

Speck is among very few companies in India to be associated with the Defence sector for over 26 years. Through the years, Speck has established credentials as the ‘single-window’ reliable solutions provider for requirements with the Ministry of Defence. Speck’s in-house Research & Development, Technology Strengths, well-defined processes aligned to its state-of-the art manufacturing facilities and skilled man power resource combines to offer win-win situations to fulfill the offset requirements.

Speck’s focus on indigenization has resulted in Translating Technologies into solutions for the Indian Defence. Some of them include – Photowriting Systems, Aerial Imagery Interpretation Systems, Digital Aerial Camera, LiDAR Data Processing, UAVs, Mobile Command & Control Systems, Mobile Hospitals etc.

Speck today has strategic partnerships and alliances partners to address the Defence requirements of Opto-Electronics, Military Shelters, UAVs, Integrated Communications, Mapping & GIS, Systems Integration in the areas of Situational Awareness for Battlefield Management and Disaster Management, backed by a wide network of Customer Support.

Speck evinces keen interest to partner with organizations for strategic collaborations in addressing Off-Set Opportunities

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