RFI for Loitering Munition Systems

Indian Army has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to procure 100 Loitering Munition systems on March 6. The Loiter Munition should be man-portable, weigh less than 20 kg, flight endurance of at least 30 minutes, range of 15 km (Line of Sight), ability to operate up to an altitude of 4500 m (Above Mean Sea Level) and not less than 300 m (Above Ground Level), possess anti-jamming and anti-spoofing properties, carry warhead to destroy personnel and soft-skinned targets which have little or no armor. The loiter munition should be with day and night capability along with one ground control station to include ruggedized handheld display, communication system, antenna and tripod. The ground control station should be able to control multiple loiter munitions.

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