Problem Statements of the Indian Army

ADB Compendium of Future Core Technologies and Problem Statements Volume I (2016)

The Compendium is an outcome of detailed iterations carried out with major stakeholders, namely, the Field Army, Training Institutions and Planning Establishments. The ‘Felt Needs’ and ‘Future Core Technologies’ as pertaining to various domains have been dwelled upon appropriately for all stakeholders to explore suitable solutions. These include Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Night Vision & Power Packs / Engines, Combat Soldier, Artillery, Combat Engineering : Future Technologies, Information & Communication Technology, Army Air Defence and Army Aviation. The compendium also includes 50 Problem Definition Statements related to these technologies.

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ADB Compendium of Problem Statements Volume II (2017)

This compendium is an outcome of detailed interactions carried out with major stakeholders including Army personnel deployed in field and forward areas, training institutions and planning establishments of the country. The second volume comprises of 28 problems, which are in addition to the 50 problems released in the first volume. These problem statements provide a ready blue print to the industry and academia to understand and provide indigenous solutions incorporating the latest and future core technologies developed indigenously.

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ADB Compendium of Problem Definition Statements Volume III (2018)

This compendium is an outcome of detailed interactions carried out with major stakeholders including Army personnel deployed in field and forward areas, training institutions and planning establishments of the country. This compendium will provide the academia, the R&D establishments and the Industry a clear understanding of challenges faced by the Indian Army.

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ADB Compendium of Problem Definition Statements Volume IV (2019)

The compilation of the fourth volume of ‘Problem Statements’ by the Indian Army through the Army Design Bureau is a commendable effort to share its requirements with the academia and the defence industrial base for creating indigenous solutions. This compendium is an outcome of detailed interactions carried out with major stakeholders including Army personnel deployed in field and forward areas, training institutions and planning establishments of the country. This fourth volume comprises of 20 problem statements, which are in addition to the 130 problem statements released in the first (50), second (28) and third (52) volumes released in 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively.

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