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Tata Power's border management system to fortify BSF

It will extend system to all types of terrain as and when required by BSF on short timelines

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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today said its strategic has won a pilot project order from the home ministry to supply Comprehensive Integrated (CIBMS) to Border Security Force (BSF).

"SED (Strategic Engineering Division) has received an order for a pilot project from Ministry of Home Affairs to supply CIBMS to BSF," a company statement said.

According to the statement, the order is an initial phase of the larger border management project of the ministry to enable round-the-clock surveillance of Indian borders.

CIBMS is an indigenously designed and developed system which will boost 'Make in India' initiative and allow to have in-country life cycle support and upgrades.

Furthermore, SED will extend the system to all types of terrain as and when required by on short timelines, it said.Tata Power's to fortify BSF

The system will establish a seamless multi-tier security ring at the border using a variety of sensors like thermal imager and radar to identify any infiltration attempts and will be operational round the clock.

The sensors can detect threats not just on the surface but also underground and underwater.

"We are already exporting our optronics products with capabilities such as data analytics, image fusion, remote monitoring & surveillance and Verifying Threat Identity etc., which will help us deploy a reliable solution for BSF," said Rahul Chaudhry, CEO of Tata Power SED.

First Published: Wed, June 21 2017. 16:46 IST