INS Dhruv that can track satellites, strategic missiles, to join navy soon


With India in the Indo-Pacific Pushback Center to the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (Plan), India will establish the DHRUV commission to track satellites, strategic missiles, and map the Indian Ocean Beds later this year, people are aware of the development of the day Wednesday.

The Indian Navy already monitors the region from the Gulf of Aden to all the ingress routes from the South China Sea (Indian Navy)
The Indian Navy already monitors the region from the Gulf of Aden to all the ingress routes from the South China Sea (Indian Navy)

The ship 15,000 tons, part of the classified project, will not only create a maritime domain awareness for India in the Indian Ocean but also acts as an early warning system for enemy missiles to Indian cities and military companies. “The last inspection occurred on the ship in Vizag before commissioning, which was expected in the first half of 2021 but both dates and the month was decided,” said a senior official who is familiar with a strategic project.

INS DHRUV has been developed with the help of research and defense development organizations (DRDO) and Indian Navy with the command of India’s strategic forces and the National Technical Research Organization (NTRO) as the main intelligence consumer. Surveillance ships developed accidentally have been built by Hindustan Shipyard Ltd in Visakhapatnam facilities under the initiative of Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.

INS Dhruv is equipped with an active electronic scanned array radar, or AESA, is considered a game-changer in radar technology, and can scan various spectrums to monitor enemy satellites that are watching India. It could also, because one official in the South Block said it, understood the reach and ability of true missiles from enemy countries found in the Indo-Pacific.

After the ship was assigned, India would be the only country outside P-5 – US, UK, China, Russia and France – to have this ability

Officials said INS DHRUV would act as a major power multiplier for Indian sea supervision capabilities. The Indian Navy has monitored the area from the Gulf of Aden to all the Ingress routes from the South China Sea with long-term unmanned air vehicles, Boeing P8i anti-shipwratroad supervisors and warfits.

It will be able to provide the Indian Navy with “EKG Samudra Indies”, said a defense ministry official, a reference to the electrocardiogram used to diagnose problems in the heart. INS DHRUV will help Indian naval plans that are better than three dimensions – sub-surface, surface and air.

Strengthening the ability of the Indian Navy is the key to fighting the influence of China in the Indian Ocean, considering how the Beijing Sea doctrine has prioritized its land forces. Experts believe that the Indo-Pacific will be the front line of the future because the nuclear submarine plans try to avoid detection before crossing the first island chain in the South China Sea.

Although China has claimed that Quad will never have a real delivery – in 2018, China even calls it Seafoam before describing the security threat two years later – security grouping has monitored the Indo-Pacific and shared real-time intelligence to check the manufacture of the top Beijing military leverage The busiest shipping path in the world and carry billions of cargo is worth the dollar.


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