IITians develop Laser walls to keep India terror proof

International Border, India and Pakistan, Laser Wall, Kavach, Invisible

After the multiple events related to intrusion and ceasefire violations by Pakistan, the new technology of ‘invisible’ lasers could be the best bet to safeguard 193 kilometers long International border between India and Pakistan.

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The indigenous new laser wall technology developed by Delhi-based IoT, CRON systems named Kavach (KVx) is a notch higher than the existing laser walls. Kavach is capable of detecting information and relay information immediately to the nearest BSF post.

 

Kavach system uses infrared rays and it is virtually invisible which is better than the existing laser walls that BSF use right now. The BSF men use miCRON, a command and control platform which to monitor the activities near the border.

Indeed, a vital step ahead in curbing cross-border terrorism.

 

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