Indian Navy’s Virtual Reality Centre For Designing Warships Inaugurated by Admiral Sunil Lanba

Indian Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba on Friday inaugurated a state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Centre (VRC) at Directorate of Naval Design in (DND) New Delhi. The centre will provide a major boost to the indigenous warship design capabilities of the Navy and greater fillip to self-reliance under the ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Indian government. India Signs $3-Billion Deal With Russia to Get Akula Class Nuclear Submarine, Chakra-III on Lease.

During his address at the inauguration ceremony, Admiral Lanba complimented the Directorate for their untiring efforts, foresight and initiatives to conceptualise design and execute the project. “This project will facilitate collaborative design reviews for continuous interaction between the designers and the end users to improve design and ergonomics onboard warships,” Admiral Lanba said. After coming into existence in 1960s, the Directorate of Naval Design has successfully developed 19 warship design, based on which over 90 platforms have been constructed to date. Indian Naval Officer Lieutenant Rahul Dalal Saves Man from Drowning in Kochi.

Recently, INS Kadmatt which participated in the 15th edition of Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA-19) in Malaysia on March 25 is an indigenous stealth anti-submarine warfare corvette. It was commissioned into the Navy in January 2016 and had a 90 per cent indigenous design, undertaken by the Directorate of Naval Design. Indian Navy to Get MH-60 ‘Romeo’ Seahawk Helicopters Soon; US Approves USD 2.6 Billion Deal.

The Directorate of Naval Design (Submarine Design Group)) is a premier organisation of the Indian Navy and the only one in the country for design of submarines and submersibles. The core competencies of the organisation are the design of state-of-the-art underwater platforms and comprehensive end to end design support during project execution. Support for indigenous development of equipment and submarine systems is another thrust area towards realising the overarching strategic goals of the Indian Navy.

(Picture Courtesy: Twitter/@SpokespersonNavy)


Published by Sumit Sharma

Journalist and passionate for Indian Defence forces.

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