Between 1999 and 2009, India spent a massive $50 billion on importing weapons, earning the dubious distinction of being the world's largest arms importer. Estimates are that in the subsequent decade, this figure will double to $100 billion.

The solution to this drain is to build up a strong domestic industry specialising in defence hardware and software. The offset policy, in which 30% and more of the value of all large import orders have to be spent by the supplier in one of a number of specified ways that include local investment and procurement, is a means of building up strong indigenous capacity in the defence sector.

We user our strengths in human factors and ergonomics, industrial design, mechanical engineering and user experience design, to partner in creating compelling indigenous options for ultra rugged handheld communication devices, equipment accessories and apparel.