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Report: General Atomics Seeks Partners to Offer Electromagnetic Systems in Indian Market

Report: General Atomics Seeks Partners to Offer Electromagnetic Systems in Indian Market - top government contractors - best government contracting event

General AtomicsGeneral Atomics  is looking for partners to build and market new electromagnetic weapons and associated equipment for defense customers in India, The Financial Express newspaper reported Saturday.

Huma Siddiqui writes that India-based technology companies Pipavav and L&T are interested in collaborating with the U.S. contractor.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently met with Vivek Lall, General Atomics chief executive for commercial strategic development, and other industry executives to discuss the Indian’s government’s Make in India investment campaign.

The company’s electromagnetic systems business unit builds induction motors intended to help military users launch aircraft from carriers, according to the article.

GA-EMS also manufactures pulsed power technologies for railguns and high-voltage capacitors for the energy sector.

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Written by Mary-Louise Hoffman

is a writer of news summaries about executive-level business activity in the government contracting sector. Her reports for ExecutiveBiz are focused on trends and events that drive the GovCon industry to include commercial technologies that private companies are developing for federal government use. She contributes news content to ExecutiveBiz’s sister sites GovCon Wire and ExecutiveGov.

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