France's Naval Group and IIT Goa to work on underwater sensors' data

During Sea Tech Week 2022, the two entities signed an agreement to collaborate in joint research aimed at improving the analysis of data collected by underwater sensors, using neural systems and AI

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In partnership with Naval Group, French defence electronics giant, Thales, is also competing to sell India marine and underwater systems such as sonars and the heavyweight F-21 torpedo, which will form the main armament of the Scorpene-class submarin

Ajai Shukla
Underscoring the growing Indo-French naval cooperation, French shipbuilders Naval Group and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Goa on Tuesday agreed to extend their already close cooperation in the field of underwater signal resolution improvement.

In Brest, during the Sea Tech Week 2022, the two entities signed an agreement to collaborate in joint research aimed at improving the analysis of data collected by underwater sensors, using neural systems and Artificial Intelligence.

Indo-French naval cooperation is entering the strategic realm. While only two of the 40 warships being constructed for the Indian Navy are being built in foreign shipyards, several warships that ostensibly

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First Published: Sep 28 2022 | 8:37 PM IST

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