Elite Aircraft Simulation Solutions holding a B2B meeting at the company’s pavilion at India Aviation 2014
Dhruv, a high power manoeuvrable helicopter designed by HAL at the company’s pavilion at India Aviation 2014.
A photo exhibition in one of the stall takes you through the journey of Indian Aviation history. A visual treat for an aviation enthusiast, the stall has dozens of rare photographs on the initial flights to one of the early batch of pilots in the country.
From mobile phones we have now moved on to mobile Helipads. 365 Design, a Hyderabad-based company is publicising its portable “Heliport” for skid gear helicopters and wheel gear helicopters. These “heliports” can even be carried by suspending them to the helicopters. They range from Rs. 45 lakh to Rs. 95 lakh and the company takes 60 days to deliver the product.
Two of the biggest concerns for a passenger while entering a detection system at an airport are privacy issues and radiation effect on their body. OIS-AT company is publicising its product “ThruVision”, which is capable of detecting concealed objects by passive screening method without passing any radiation through the body.
Want to take a closer look at some of the body parts used in a satellite? Then head to a stall of Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Government of Karnataka which has around 100 satellite parts of various sizes and shapes on display. Some of these parts, including Wave Guide Assembly, Filter Head, are used in PSLV satellites.
The stylish SKY ARROW plane, which runs on petrol, might just be making its debut soon in India. According to its Italian manufacturers, the plane can be used for training, adventure sports and even border surveillance but at the same time is economically viable.