We make soldiers more mobile and survivable with our lightweight and certified protection gear. With our rich experience of empowering over 3 million soldiers, we manufacture ballistic helmets, body armour, ballistic shields and blankets adaptable to future technology and threats.
We are turning night into day for our heroes with our range of optronics solutions so they can operate with efficiency and confidence in challenging situations, no matterhow dark their surroundings are.
We develop smart platform protection solutions for air, naval and land platforms using patented technologies and systems developed with years of research and development.
We offer end-to-end solutions from design, development, manufacturing and integration of light weight composite armour for platforms and vehicles. We are certified as per Aerospace Standard AS 9100:2009 and follow EN 9100 quality procedures.
Autro Fleet Management System deploys intelligent technologies and cloud computing to allow forces to track, respond, monitor and maintain their fleet operations efficiently through timely, accurate information and alerts.Autro Video Telematics Solution ensures driver and vehicle safety through Advanced Driver Assistance (ADAS) and Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS). It provides alerts and reports for road facing and driver facing incidents.
Optronic solutions for platforms which enhance the operating efficiency of crews operating or manning the platforms. They integrate seamlessly with the platform they have been developed for Driver Night Sight for Tanks & Armoured Vehicles.
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A lightweight ballistic helmet system ensuring comfort and stability is the need of the hour. It is crucial to understand the importance of stability in helmets during combat operations and not just ballistic performance. Our advanced range of helmets delivers the highest level of protection yet are lightweight and comfortable and provide seamless fit and easy adaptation to mount various devices. Learn more about the stability of helmets here
Our brave soldiers persistently live on the edge. Combatting in extreme conditions and conquering their inner fears while serving the nation has always been challenging. Their duties are physically demanding, and any addition to the weight carried generates considerable impairment to the endurance of the soldiers. Therefore, shielding them from various injuries is essential to survivability, and in this context, it is imperative to give them ensured ballistic protection with posture-oriented head stability to provide complete protection as well as comfort. Hence, keeping a ballistic helmet stably lodged on the head is equally important than just wearing/dangling it. A soldier has to undertake several complex maneuvers during warfare scenarios and it is important for the helmet to not generate unduly noise and be stable in various positions while combatting be it kneeling or standing, etc.
During a combat operation, a snug comfortable fit along with heightened situational and sensory awareness is a topmost benefit required from any ballistic helmet however ensuring stability and liberty of adjustment according to the form factor of the soldier's skull 360-degree uniform clenching. Various factors are a prime consideration while designing a ballistic helmet including comfort, weight, stability, fit, and maintainability. These factors affect soldiers' performance & combat posture during an operation; therefore, it is important to know about soldiers' real-life experiences with helmets for assessing a helmet's overall protective efficacy.
Ballistic helmet with all communication systems
Combat posture & Head Movement-
More than providing head protection, today combat helmets have become a mounting platform for various devices such as night-vision devices, weapon aiming systems. Although these devices are intended to enhance the soldier's performance during diverse combat situations, wearing a ballistic helmet commonly coordinated with various mounted devices often imposes a load to the neck of a soldier and makes his postures restrictive. Thus, during combat, when a soldier is lying in a prone position, he should be able to lift and rotate his head freely and the combination of helmet and eye protection should cause a minimum of discomfort. It is necessary when mounted on the helmet and in combination with the appropriate counterweight, the mounted devices should remain in front of the user’s eye after rigorous head motion. Specific consideration ought to be taken of the communication system or mounted devices on the helmet to avoid free-hanging wires or cables which may entangle and can interrupt the head movement and support of a soldier.