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Laser Fence System for Border Security in India

Published May 10, 2019
Updated Apr 17, 2020

Laser Science and Technology Centre (LASTEC), Delhi developed 40 units of the laser fence system have been deployed on the Indo-Pakistan border as per Deepkamal Kaur

Tribune News Service reporting from Phagwara on January 3.

 The units were displayed on the opening day of the five-day exhibition organised by the Indian Science Congress at the Lovely Professional University. Scientists of LASTEC

Laser Science and Technology Centre (LASTEC), Delhi, transferred technology of Laser Fence System (LFS) to PSU Central Electronics Limited (CEL), Sahibabad, on 11 March 2019.

Shri Hari Babu Srivastava, OS and Director, LASTEC, handed over Licensing Agreement for Transfer of Technology (ToT) along with ToT Document to CMD, CEL, Dr Nalin Singhal. Dr Mayank Dwivedi, Director, Directorate of Industry Interface and Technology Management (DIITM), DRDO HQ, members LFS team and senior officials from LASTEC and CEL were present on the occasion.

The LFS developed indigenously by LASTEC is a field deployable laser fence system. The invisible, virtual laser wall, helps in detection of intrusion into restricted areas/vital installations/ high value assets and boundaries.

It is rugged, reliable, has minimal power requirements, offers day/night operability and has been evaluated in the field areas.

 [Source DRDO Newsletter May 2019. Accessed at newsletter/]