Business Wire India
Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, has successfully hosted its 12th
annual Aerospace and Defense Symposiums (ADS) in Bangalore, Hyderabad and New Delhi. The conferences were attended by nearly 750 scientists, design engineers, manufacturing engineers, technical managers and policymakers.
This year’s theme was “Reimagine your next innovation in Aerospace and Defense, Now!”, and addressed the growing need for innovating advanced test systems as well as the importance of delivering mission critical results using accurate test and measurement tools.
“Keysight recognizes the growing opportunities in the Indian aerospace and defense market, and we plan to continue supporting our customers through the transformation of this sector,” said Sudhir Tangri, country general manager, Keysight Technologies India Pvt. Ltd. “With focused events like ADS, Keysight will continue to provide a forum for showcasing real-world product demonstrations, deliver technical presentations, and promote networking among industry experts.”
The presentation topics covered at the symposiums included various Aerospace Defense technologies in the areas of Radar, Electronic Warfare, Satellite Communications, MANET, New Space, Design & Manufacturing, Drone, Signal Monitoring, Military Communications, Installation & Maintenance, Sensors, Component Measurement, Optical Test, Off-the-shelf Solutions (COTS), among many others. Participants gained deep technical insights on advanced technologies and their applications.
The presentations were followed by an extensive product fair during which Keysight unveiled its latest design and test solutions to enable measurement insights for organizations working on cutting-edge strategic electronics in India. Solutions demonstrated focused in the areas of electronic warfare (EW), Radar, Satellite communication, Drone surveillance, Military communications, and signal monitoring.