Cyient Set to Showcase new module at UK Airshow
Hyderabad - Cyient, a global solution provider focussed on engineering, manufacturing, data analytics, and networks and operations exhibited their market leading Radio Frequency (RF) capabilities at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow. This technology further intensifies both Cyient's RF design capabilities and their design-led-manufacturing.
The Cyient TRM was developed using non-export-controlled components and can be seamlessly applied to multiple radar systems showcases including, ground surveillance, border surveillance, air defense, and airborne fighter radar. The technology can also be easily adapted to numerous configurations such as tile architecture and quad-TRM, said a company release.
Cyient’s VP for Avionics, Kaushal Jadia, said, “The Cyient Transmit and Receive Module offers a significant value proposition for the global radar market. Cost is often a limiting factor when adopting new sophisticated radar platforms. The Cyient TRM offers a Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) design that eases production processes, increases performance, and lowers costs by more than 30%.”
Anand Parameswaran, Senior Vice President, Aerospace, and Defense at Cyient, commented, “Cyient is continuing to invest in research and development through our NBA program, and the TRM is just one of the many ground-breaking technologies that we plan to launch. Our design-led-manufacturing solutions are transforming the A&D product development lifecycle, creating a competitive advantage for our customers.”
The Cyient NBA program is an in-house investment vehicle created as part of the company’s goal to provide end-to-end solutions to their clients. The NBA’s objective is to identify the most critical industry challenges and develop innovative solutions that help clients compete and succeed in their respective markets.
The NBA initiative also fosters a business model that promotes global engineering collaboration and accelerates growth across the A&D industry. Cyient is among the elite in innovation, and the NBA will provide a platform for new solutions to be delivered to the industry.
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