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Historical Background

Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE) initially started as a Project Laboratory - Advanced Systems Integration and Evaluation Organisation (ASIEO), which was established in 1986 at Bangalore to pursue the goal of enhancing the operational capabilities of Indian Air Force through modern technologies. Over the last decade, DARE has made rapid progress in the areas of Airborne Electronic Warfare, Airborne Processors and Testing & Evaluation of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems.
It has implemented concepts in concurrent engineering in partnership with the Industry in order to achieve shorter design to induction time frames and seamless transfer of technology. DARE has two major wings – the Electronic Warfare (EW) wing and the Mission Avionics Wing (MAW). The EW wing concentrates on design and development of Radar Warners, and EW suites for various aircrafts to enhance their survivability and mission accomplishment. These systems are under manufacture at Bharat Electronics. The MAW has pioneered indigenous development in the area of Mission Avionics. The mission computer for fighter aircraft have been developed and delivered in quantities. The erstwhile ASIEO was headed by Dr KG Narayanan, Distinguished Scientist since its inception. It became a full fledged self accounting organisation wef 01st June 2001 and was renamed as DARE ( Defence Avionics Research Establishment ). DARE and was formally taken over by Sri RP Ramalingam, Distinguished Scientist wef 18th January 2002

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