DefExpo is India’s largest expo which covers the complete spectrum of aerospace, defence and security sectors. More than 1000 Indian as well as foreign exhibitors participated in Defexpo 2020 held from 5th – 8th February 2020 in Lucknow. Aeron had participated in Defexpo 2020 to showcase its capabilities in developing tactical class inertial navigation systems, inertial sensors and its IoT based monitoring systems designed specially for the defence sector.
Aeron Systems has secured “Series A” investment from Bharat Forge Limited, a flagship of the Kalyani Group. The funds will be utilized in the development of new products, expansion in the markets outside India and augmentation of the production capacity. Aeron Systems has achieved an enviable position in the Inertial Navigation technology in the domestic
Inertial Navigation System For Mobile robots or autonomous mobile robots are being increasingly used for domestic as well as industrial and other applications. Autonomous Mobile robots are the robots which move from one place to other in order to accomplish a given task.
A large number of vehicles and equipment like dumper trucks, trucks with tipping bodies and cranes are used in construction industry. The application for which these equipment are used, involves loading, unloading or transporting construction material.
Trucks with tipping bodies find their use in numerous applications, mostly relating to mining, transporting or moving minerals, cement, coal, construction material, sand, etc. from one place to another. For instance, a dumper truck will use body tipping to unload the goods.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, more commonly know as Drones, are finding increasing use in numerous applications. Earlier limited to military and geo mapping and referencing tasks, drones are already being put to use for tasks like parcel delivery, hurricane hunting,
Founders of Aeron Systems, Abhijeet Bokil, and Ashvani Shukla were interviewed at Defexpo 2018, Chennai. Aeron Systems, the indigenous developer, and manufacturer of inertial navigation systems launched Pollux, a micro-miniature INS at this Expo. In this video, Abhijeet and Ashvani talk about Pollux, its features and possible applications where it can be used.
Aeron Systems, the Pune based developer and manufacturer of Inertial Navigation Systems, launched Pollux, its latest offering in the INS range of products, at Defexpo India 2018, held at Chennai from 11th to 14th April 2018. The Pollux was launched by Vice Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal S B Deo. Pollux combines Aeron’s proprietary Kalman filter based parameter estimation engine with high-speed processing power to deliver position, ground speed, and orientation information at high update rate. Weighing just about 40 grams and highly compact in size, Pollux finds its use in multiple applications like soldier navigation, robots, drones and other ground and airborne platforms.