With the ongoing confrontation with China, the Indian Army is conducting a major study headed by a senior lieutenant general on advanced and disruptive weapons technology.
The study will focus on drone swarms, robotics, lasers and loiter munitions to artificial intelligence, big data analysis and algorithm warfare.
The study is crucial as China is already bolstering its conventional war-fighting capabilities by conducting cutting edge research and development on “non-kinetic and non-combat” warfare.
China already working on futuristic warfare technologies
Beijing has already started work on developing futuristic warfare technologies, like AI-powered lethal autonomous weapon systems which are set to revolutionize its military’s offensive capabilities.