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HAL starts testing an indigenous IRST sensor for Tejas Mk2, similar to that of Eurofighter Typhoon

Source : Indian Defence Updates (IDU)

HAL starts testing an indigenous IRST sensor for Tejas Mk2, similar to that of Eurofighter Typhoon
Leonardo Aerospace made Pirate IRST sensor on board Eurofighter Typhoon (Image Credit: Leonardo Aerospace)


Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has started testing an indigenous Infra-Red Search and Tracking (IRST) system developed for the Tejas Mark 2 fighter jet.

The Project Manager of the Tejas Mark 2 program has said that the design of the IRST will be similar to the Pirate IRST system equipped on the Eurofighter Typhoon and it will be an internally mounted Infra-Red Search and Tracking (IRST) sensor with a range of over 100 kilometers that is capable to detect and track multiple targets with a large field of view and is also equipped to handle air-to-air and air-to-ground target tracking.

The IRST of Tejas Mk2 will use Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based supercomputer for running search and tracking algorithms and will have the capability to detect stealth aircraft.

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