Research Centre Imarat
Field of research
|Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme|
|Director||BHVS Narayana Murthy|
Research Centre Imarat (RCI) is a DRDO laboratory located in Hyderabad. The lab is responsible for Research and Development of Missile Systems, Guided Weapons and advanced Avionics for Indian Armed Forces. It was established by APJ Abdul Kalam in 1988. Scientist and avionics specialist BHVS Narayana Murthy is presently the Director RCI Laboratory.
The Research Centre Imarat is a global frontrunner in developing avionics and navigation systems for missiles. RCI is the leading laboratory which has successfully spearheaded the Indo-Israel joint development Medium Range Surface to Air Missile (MRSAM) programme and had hat-trick success in its first three consecutive missions.
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