BENGALURU: The second day of 11th Aero India focused on events like ‘Make in India’ in ‘Aerospace, Indian Aerospace: Investor’s Meet’. With the Defence Minister, Mahonar Parrikar’s address encouraging business between the national and international firms, the aim of the Investor’s Meet was to give the various companies from both levels, a platform to interact and form business alliance.
Indian Air Force Sarang Team, the Indian Air Force Surya Kiran Team, the Scandinavian Air Show Team from Sweden and Yakevlos Aerobatic Team from UK, displayed their aerobatics skills.
THE EXPO AT AERO SHOW KAVYA
There are 73 aircrafts participating for the event. “Its an opportunity for start ups and SMEs (Small Manufacturing Enterprises) to network with international corporations, which is otherwise difficult due to budget constraints. It is an appropriate occasion to know the technology they are working with and allows fair possibilities to collaborate with them,” said Gaurav Agrawal, Head of Corporate Marketing from ADITS, who was present at the business meet.
The exhibition area comprised of a variety of stalls displaying their products, equipments and model airplanes and helicopter. A mock-up of India’s first indigenous multi-role helicopter was also revealed and displayed at the expo. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is responsible for its development.
Air Chief Marshall Birender Singh Dhanoa and Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba visited the different booths at the business exhibition area and interacted with foreign and national delegates. An imitation of the 2016 India – Pakistan Surgical strike closed down the activities of activities of the second day.