Servocontrols Belgaum identified as one of the pioneer partners for developing Light Combat Aircraft

It was a very proud moment for Servocontrols Belgaum, at the indigenous strategic partners meet on Light Combat Aircraft organized by Aircraft research & design center and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd on Monday 11th August 2014 at Dr VM Ghatge Memorial Center Bangalore.
Servocontrols contribution and work was recognized and identified as one of the pioneer partner out of 39 partners in developing LCAs 1st Flight successfully and was felicitated by the hands of Shri Avinash Chandar –Scientific Advisor to Raksha Mantri in the presence of Mr. R K Tyagi – Chairman HAL, Mr. Tamilmani – Director General ( Aero ), Mr. Subramanian – Program Director – LCA (ADA). Mr NP Shrinivas in the absence of Mr.Dinesh Dhadute receiving the memento.servo

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Speaking to AAB, Dinesh Dhadute of Servocontrols said “It is indeed a great honor for all of us at Servocontrols Udyambag Belgaum. Getting recognized is as important developing new technology and implementing it. We at Servocontrols will take this as a moral booster to develop and design better products in the years to come in the field of aerospace technology.”

Today Servocontrols is in the inimitable position to offer the position sensors these position sensors are successfully used by various hydraulic companies across the world. They also manufacture hydraulic actuators with inbuilt position sensors used in civil aircrafts. They also supply level sensors for petrochemical, pharmaceuticals, biomedical, specialty chemical along with respective controllers & software. Simulators for aircraft flying. Servocontrols is one of its kind facilities India to assemble, test, qualify and evaluate the servo valves. The company has the right combination of proven system architecture & high tech innovations that make it a leading company in the field of aerospace requirements.

The new Servocontrols Aerospace India Pvt. Ltd., 60,000Sq.Ft. modern manufacturing facility in 12 acres land is getting ready near Hattargi.

 

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