The Strategic Electronics sector presents an unprecedented opportunity as well as a challenge. All modern warfare systems, including fly by wire, avionics, telecommunications, sonar systems, navigation and surveillance depend heavily on electronic systems. The production of strategic electronics in India has been growing steadily from Rs 5700 crores in 2007-08 to Rs.9000 crores during 2009-10. As per projections, electronics production in defence sector in India is likely to reach Rs.15,000 crores during the current financial year.

This growth is fuelled by the expanding budgetary allocation for defence sector which grew by about 12% from Rs. 147,344 crores in 2010-11 to Rs. 164,415 crores in 2011-2012 and further by 17% to Rs 193,407 crores in 2012-13. Of this, Capital expenditure, which mostly caters for modernisation requirements, accounted for Rs. 69,199 crores in 2011-12 and is budgeted at Rs 79,579 crores in 2012-13. The Defence Procurement Procedure 2011 for capital equipment has come into effect from January 2011 and incorporates further refinements in the procurement process aimed at expediting and simplifying the purchase mechanism. The scope of the offset policy guidelines has been expanded to include civil aerospace, internal security and training within the ambit of eligible products and services for discharging offset obligations. With 40 per cent of the allocation reserved for capital acquisition, this offers an immense growth opportunity for domestic electronics manufacturers serving defence segment.

For the first time in India, a Defence Production Policy was announced and became effective from 1" January, 2011. The objectives of the Policy are to achieve substantive self reliance in the design, development and production of entire range of defence equipments as well as create conditions conductive for the private industry including SMEs to play an active role in this endeavour. In this scenario, a transformed and customized value-chain is the right way to realize the strategic electronics opportunity!

Objectives of the Event
  • Bring all stakeholders on one platform to enable better understanding of requirements of the electronic components & systems by the defence establishment
  • Facilitate in creating indigenous capability to manufacture defence equipment and meet these requirements
  • Create awareness about opportunities in the Strategic Electronics sector
  • Involve the Small and Medium Enterprises to meet the requirements of Defence Forces
  • Bridging the gap between R&D, Government organizations and businesses
  • Explain and highlight the new Defence Production and Offset Policies
  • Encouraging and enabling investments for developing strengths in Strategic Electronics
Program Details
  • A High Level Conference on key issues and business opportunities in Strategic Electronics
    • Conference Theme: ESDM Opportunities in Strategic Electronics
  • Mini exhibition to showcase opportunities for buyers and sellers
    • Booths of 6 sq mtrs & Multiples; Special Rates for Members
  • Pre-arranged Business to Business Meetings at Buyer Seller Meet
    • Reserved Buyer Seller Meeting area for Pre-arranged meetings
  • Industry Networking Session
    • Opportunity for informal meetings and networking
Research Paper on
  • Landscape of Opportunities and Challenges in Strategic Electronics
Participation Charges
Conference Delegate Fees* Fees for 2 days Fees for 1 day
ELCINA & IESA Members INR 7500 INR 4000
Non Members INR 9500 INR 5000
(10% discount for 3 or more delegates of the same organization)
Stall Charges* 6 sq mtrs 9 sq mtrs 12 sq mtrs
ELCINA & IESA Members INR 45,000 INR 60,000 INR 80,000
Non Members INR 54,000 INR 72,000 INR 95,000
Sponsorship*
Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor
INR 550,000 INR 250,000 INR 125,000
Other Sponsorship options available on request.
(*All amounts are inclusive of service Tax @ 12.36%)
Registration
For Registering as a Delegate and / or Booking a stall please contact:
ELCINA Electronic Industries Association of India
ELCINA House, 422 Okhla Indl. Estate Phase III
New Delhi - 110020, India
Tel: +91 11 26924597, 26928053; Fax: 26923440
E-mail: info@elcina.com; URL: www.elcina.com
India Electronics & Semiconductor Association
UNI Building, Millers Tank Bund Road
Bangalore - 560 052, India
Tel: +91 80 4147 3250; Fax: +91 80 4122 1866
Email: events@isaonline.org URL: www.isaonline.org

ELCINA Electronic Industries Association of India (Formerly Electronic Component Industries Association)
ELCINA House, 422 Okhla Ind. Estate, New Delhi, INDIA-110020; Tel: +91(011)26924597, 26928053; Fax: 26923440; E-mail: elcina@vsnl.com