Platform Protection

Protecting helicopters when it matters the MoST

08/03/2017 by Anurag Tripathi

Today, helicopters play an irreplaceable role for any military and law enforcement agencies in moder...

Personal Protection

Reducing head trauma the dawn of next-gen armoured helmets

03/08/2017 by Manish Khandelwal


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Protecting the sea-farers in the pirate infested waters

07/09/2017 by Manish Khandelwal

In the past few years, the danger of sea piracy has burgeoned to a great extent. Its threat is not limited to any specific sea area or zone. In fact, the piracy threat has spread to nearly every region of the world.

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Wear it… don’t just own your body armour! Why do protectors do not protect themselves

10/07/2017 by Manish Khandelwal

<p>There&rsquo;s no room for guessing about the fact that ballistic body armour saves lives. The theatre of operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya by coalition forces have been the proving grounds for body armour gear.</p>

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Ballistic Shields Ultimate cover for cops from brickbats to bullets

10/07/2017 by Manish Khandelwal

It takes just a matter of seconds for a protest to gyrate into a riot, and it is the law enforcement personnel who are called upon to control the situation. To counteract the rioting mob, law enforcement personnel and police need to be swift in action and have proper equipment to control or disperse the mob.

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Military Grade ballistic protection for Civilian vehicles

10/07/2017 by Manish Khandelwal

The official car of the President of the United States is aptly nicknamed – The beast. The US President’s armoured car features 8-inch thick doors and 5-inch thick bullet resistant glass that ensures ballistic protection even against rocket propelled grenades. The weight of the car nearly approaches ten tons, due to which its top speed is limited to about 100 km/h. Though, this is a small compromise to protect a country’s head of state, the same cannot to be applied to armouring vehicles of civilian purposes.

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Minefield Breaching After the conflict is over

10/07/2017 by Manish Khandelwal

From Afghanistan to Cambodia, and from Angola to Colombia, landmines pose a great threat to civilian lives even years after the war is over. It is surprising to know to know that Egypt is still struggling to clear out the landmines that date back to the North African campaigns of World War II.

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Giving new lease of life to aircraft and helicopters through lightweight armour

08/03/2017 by Anurag Tripathi

In the present day combat scenario, helicoptersplay a major role in security against enemy forces and terrorism. Considering their significant role, it is essential for them to be damage-proof. These expensive machines that routinely go through the test of time and extreme weather conditions can result into a waste of time in a matter of seconds if they are not designed for ballistic protection.

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