Explained: India Navy’s Information Fusion Centre For Indian Ocean Region, Why It Is Critical To India’s Interests

In DEFENCE, NAVY

The Information Fusion Centre for the Indian Ocean Region (IFC-IOR), an initiative of the Indian Navy and supported by the Government of India launched in December 2018, has started functioning.

The IFC-IOR has been established at Gurugram along with the Information Management and Analysis Centre, jointly administered by the Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard.

Recently, at the Goa Maritime Conclave (GMC), National Security Adviser Ajit Doval asked the countries in the IOR to use of the facility to track movement of vessels on the high seas.

“The centre is actively interacting with the maritime community and has already built linkages with 18 countries and 15 multinational/maritime security centres,” an official was quoted as saying by the The Hindu. Read More

You may also read!

India to have Marine Police Force to guard coastline

The Ministry of Home Affairs has completed the modalities of setting up a new armed force -- Central Marine

Read More...

Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Control Glitch 2 Years Before Deadly Crash

New evidence indicates that Boeing pilots knew about "egregious" problems with the 737 Max airplane three years ago, but

Read More...

India-Myanmar Naval Exercise commence on-board INS Ranvijay

The opening ceremony of the second edition of 'India Myanmar Naval Exercise' IMNEX-2019 was conducted on-board INS Ranvijay on

Read More...

Mobile Sliding Menu