This is a OGC compliant Web Map Service (WMS) created by Survey of India from Open Series Map (OSM) Data on 1:50,000 scale and Panchromatic imagery of Bhuvan for Andhra pradesh . These rich data sets can be integrated with any other OGC compliant Web Services to make it more meaningful and solve real life problems. The whole OSM map data is organised in 8 themes which can be made on /off with the tools provided in layer menu. The transparency of the Bhuvan Imagery can be changed by the user as per the requirement using the tool available under layer menu of the India geo-portal.
This is a OGC compliant Web Map Service(WMS) created by Survey of India from Open Series Map (OSM) Data of 9 topographical sheets of Delhi on 1:50,000 scale. This rich data sets can be integrated with any other OGC compliant Web Services to make it more meaningful and solve real life problems. This WMS is for viewing and not meant for download as the map is served as an image.
The data refers to salient features of Armament products such as 84 mm Light Weight Launcher, Shell 105 mm IFG Illuminating 2A, Mortar Bomb Illuminating 81 mm Mk-II. Armament laboratories of DRDO are involved in the development of arms and ammunition required for land warfare as well as air delivered bombs. DRDO has made significant contributions in the indigenisation of small arms, mortars, RPGs, disposable RLs, mines, bombs and ammunitions.
The data refers to salient features of Wankel Type Rotary Engine and Four Cylinder Two Stroke Reciprocating Engine. 55 hp Wankel type engine indigenously designed and developed in the country for the first time. The development of rotary engine project was initially originated from Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (VRDE), Ahmednagar, and jointly executed by NAL, a CSIR lab, and ADE (DRDO), Bangalore. The engine was cleared for flight after a rigorous ground and endurance test run.
Instruments Research and Development Establishment (IRDE), Dehradun, under DRDO, is devoted to research, design, development and technology transfer in optical and electro-optical instrumentation primarily for the Defence Services.IRDE's core competence lies in the development of Electro-optical Sensors for Airborne Application. To achieve excellence in the fields of optics & electro-optical instrumentation with a commitment to provide world class equipment.
Instruments Research and Development Establishment (IRDE), Dehra Dun, under DRDO, is devoted to research, design, development and technology transfer in Electro-Optical Instruments for Arjun MK-II for the Defence Services.
Instruments Research and Development Establishment (IRDE), Dehra Dun, under DRDO, is devoted to research, design, development and technology transfer in Electrical-Optical Sensors for Target Acquisition. Development of electro-optical sensors for light combat aircraft , remotely piloted vehicle and air defence artillery weapon system are some of the more challenging assignments envisaged for the laboratory.
Aircraft projects division of CVRDE is engaged in developing Aircraft Bearings for LCA Tejas programme. These bearings are of high class with the capabilities of operating at high speed and load carrying capacity. CVRDE has established the design , manufacturing technologies and world class testing facilities for carrying out stringent qualification testing for airworthiness.
The Flexible power take-off (PTO) shaft designed and developed by CVRDE, transmits the drive between engine gearbox and Accessory gearbox of Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) - Tejas. the name "flexible PTO Shaft"is derived from the fact that the shaft is able to accommodate large misalignment, which is generally prohibited in the drive line of any transmission system.
CVRDE has been entrusted with abinitio design and development of an Aircraft Mounted Accessory Gear Box (AMAGB) for LCA. The project was sanctioned by Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) Min. of Defence Bangalore, the Nodal agency for design and development of LCA. AMAGB is a single input, multi output gearbox, which receives its input drive from the LCA engine through a Power Take-Off (PTO) shaft at rated speed of 16,810 rpm. It carries four aircraft accessories on its output pads viz., two hydraulic pumps, one generator and one starter unit.