New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday visited a premier radar station of the IAF where he witnessed the functioning of the Integrated Air Command and Control System.
The system is the backbone of IAF’s march towards network centricity and is a key enabler in operations.
The system’s capabilities endow its users with an enhanced situational awareness that reduces IAF’s sensor-to-shooter loop. The robust system has redundancies built into its functioning which enable seamless operations between its assets across the country, the IAF said.
During his visit, the minister was demonstrated various networked operations conducted at varied locations across the country.
These included the networked and synergised operations of fighter, transport and Remotely Piloted aircraft.
He was also briefed about the nuances of peacetime Command and Control functions which include ensuring the air defence of critical areas on a day-to-day basis, as well as during large events, the IAF added.
In his address, the minister complimented the air warriors for keeping the nations’ skies safe throughout the year. (UNI)