Defence Bioengineering and Electromedical Laboratory

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Defence Bioengineering and Electromedical Laboratory (DEBEL)
EstablishedApril 1982
DirectorMrs. Manimozhi Theodore
AddressP.O. Box #9326,
C.V. Raman Nagar,
Bangalore-560093
LocationBangalore, Karnataka
Operating agency
DRDO
Websitehttps://www.drdo.gov.in/drdo/labs1/DEBEL/English/indexnew.jsp?pg=homepage.jsp

The Defence Bioengineering and Electromedical Laboratory (DEBEL) is an Indian defence laboratory of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Located in Bangalore, its main function is the research and development of technologies and products in the area of Life support, medical and physiological protection systems for the Indian Armed Forces. DEBEL is organised under the Life Sciences Directorate of DRDO. The present director of DEBEL is Mrs. Manimozhi Theodore.

History[edit]

DEBEL was formed in April 1976 by bringing together the Aero Electroengineering Unit (AEEU) of ADE and the Electromedical Instrumentation Division (EMID) of LRDE, located nearby. Since 23 June 1992, the facility has been functioning from its own independent premises located at the ADE campus.

Today, DEBEL is one of the few DRDO laboratories dedicated to both R & D work for the Services and also spin off use to the civilian population.

Areas of work[edit]

PRODUCTS[edit]

•Indian army advanced uniforms •Indian navy advanced and safe under water suits •Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) suits for gaganyaan mission

Projects and Products[edit]

One man HAPO bag.

HAPO Bag for high altitudes with light weight automation unit

Battery Heated Gloves, Insoles, Jackets and Trousers

Combat Paratroopers Jump Suit

Pilot's dress for LCA

Anti G Suit

Smart Vest

Technologies for Civilian use[edit]

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