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India-France Defence Industrial Roadmap

India-France Defence Industrial Roadmap mind map
Recent News
Macron's Visit to India
Date
January 2024
Collaboration Focus
Defence Industrial Sector
High-tech fields
Robotics
AI
Cyber Defence
Key Agreements
Defence Industrial Roadmap
Defence-Space Partnership
Space Situational Awareness
Satellite Launch Coordination
Multi-mission Helicopter Production
Safran's Technology Transfer
Fighter Jet Engines
Other Agreements
Energy
Digital Health
Agriculture
Education
Notable Announcements
India France Year of Innovation 2026
Young Professional Scheme
Age Group
18-35 years
Schengen Visa Extension
Duration
Five years for students
When
January 2024
Why
Strengthen Strategic Cooperation
Boost Technology Collaboration
What
Joint Development
Military Hardware
Platforms
Technology Transfer
Safran's Fighter Jet Engines
Co-Design, Co-Development, Co-Production
Advanced Defence Technologies
Who
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
President Emmanuel Macron
Safran
Airbus Helicopters
Tata Group
New Space India Ltd
Arianespace
How
Strategic Partnership
Industrial Partnership
MoUs
Technology Collaboration
Significance
Enhanced Defence Capabilities
Technology Advancement
Strategic Independence
Challenges
Complexity of Technology Transfer
Specification Compliance
Long-Term Commitment
Way Forward
Implementation of Agreements
Continued Collaboration

The India-France Defence Industrial Roadmap, reinforced during French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to India in January 2024, focuses on enhancing collaborative efforts in the defence-industrial sector, particularly in high-tech fields like robotics, AI, and cyber defence. This roadmap includes joint development and production of vital military hardware and platforms, with a significant push towards technology transfer, notably from Safran for fighter jet engines. Other key aspects of this partnership include a defence-space partnership for space situational awareness, satellite launch coordination, and production of a multi-mission helicopter in India. Beyond defence, the agreement spans energy, digital health, agriculture, and education sectors, marking a comprehensive approach to the strategic partnership between the two nations.

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