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Air Commodore Rajiv Mittal on digital for defence modernisation and indigenisation

In an interview with TechObserver.in at the National DefTech Summit 2022 in New Delhi, Air Commodore Rajiv Mittal VSM, Directorate of Aerospace Design, Indian Air Force shares his views on the defence modernisation and digital transformation of defence forces.

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In his interaction with TechObserver.in at the National Summit 2022 in New Delhi, , Directorate of Aerospace Design, Indian Air Force shares his views on the defence modernisation and digital transformation of defence forces.

National DefTech Summit was organised by Tech Observer Magazine on November 25, 2022 at The Oberoi in New Delhi. The event focused on role of digital transformation, indigenisation and modernisation in India's defence sector.

Over 150 top leaders from the ministry of defence, the three services (Army, Navy, and Air Force), and important stakeholders such as Reliance, Adani Group, L&T, Mahindra, Tata, Arubaito, and Airbus, as well as defence startups like as New Space and Botlab Dynamics, attended the summit.

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The day long event was supported by The Southern India Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI), Qlik, Startup Odisha, Arubaito, Airbus, India Future Foundation, Felix Advisory and Alliance Mantra.

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