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Aero India Show -2013
Transcript of Aero India Show -2013
4 regional airports being developed on a PPP basis – a vision to connect every district by an airport, airstrip or Helipad India’s Manufacturing Spread :
Karnataka(Bangalore) Strategically located Dispersed, disparate and discrete sets of manufacturing and delivery capability that needs to be leveraged
Significant manufacturing and delivery capability which can be leveraged
Significant potential to create / upgrade capability
Located far away from potential conflict-prone neighboring countries Airports 5 with 3 domestic and 2 international Ports National highways State highways Railways Coastline Metro 11 4,396 km; 14 NHs 20528 km; 114, SHs 3250 km 321 km 42.3 km (33.48 km of elevated and 8.82 km of underground) Strategically Connected : Air, Ports, Rail and Roads Ready Infrastructure to Support the Industry 2 Aerospace Park
Total land area: 727 Acres 3 1 AEROSPACE & AVIONICS INDL. AREA & SEZ
DEVANAHALLI Aerospace SEZ
Total land area: 252 acres Dedicated Aerospace & Avionics Industrial Area: 984.25 Acres Quest Aerospace SEZ: Karnataka’s first notified Aerospace Precision Engineering and Manufacturing SEZ at Belgaum India’s first Precision Engineering SEZ catering to the Aerospace industry
Spread across 300 acres
Eco-friendly and sustainable environment with incubation facility
Will develop the Aerospace Precision Engineering and Manufacturing supply chain ecosystem. Attracts roughly 65% of all investments in the Aerospace sector in India
Ideal low cost aerospace manufacturing and MRO hub for Asia and Middle East geographically
HAL - huge plans for various military aircraft manufacture, helicopter integrator and MRO programs
BEML - component manufacturing plant at the Aerospace SEZ within BAP 1st to have an International Technology Park 1st to have Institute of Biotechnology and Bio Informatics 1st to have
Space Research Technology Center 1st to establish Aircraft
Manufacturing Unit 1st to have Large Central Government Corporations in Telecom, Machine Tools, Electronics, Watches & Earth Moving equipments 1st in Gold, Silk and Sandalwood production 1st Institute of Information
Technology at Bangalore 1st Iron & Steel Plant 1st Hydro Electric Power Station Excellent Availability of Skilled Manpower for both Manufacturing and Design.
Good IT infrastructure
Good English Language proficiency.
Aero-Special Economic Zone (SEZ) being developed
Fair Aerospace Vendor Base.
Good connectivity by Air.
Non-Unionized working atmosphere
No. 1 base for Aerospace and IT industries
Safe City - No Terror or communal threats. Karnataka - A progressive state Karnataka A Forerunner in Technology and Policy
Mahindra aerospace setting up manufacturing plant for 4, 10 & 20 seater aircrafts
Dynamatic Technologies setting up a Greenfield manufacturing facility at BAP – For Aero-structures
Wipro establishing a component manufacturing plant in the Aerospace SEZ at BAP
Home to more than 2000 SMEs involved in subcontracting work for DPSUs / major private players – this is roughly 1 out of every 3 SMEs in India supplying into the A&D sector Cosmopolitan culture, presence of electronic and technical skills and fluency in English making it easy for global companies to outsource work to Karnataka Boeing, Airbus, GE etc - established R&D, innovation and engineering centers – 80% of their Indian off shoring business is here.
The First Multinational Aerospace Company – Goodrich Aerospace -Chose Bangalore to set up its Manufacturing , Engineering and Supply chain base
BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, Honeywell, Snecma, Turbomeca, EADS, Tyco – in Karnataka
Jupiter Aviation investing in major component manufacturing facilities IT Capital - Presence of major IT companies such as HCL, Infosys, Quest, Wipro etc
Maximum number of CMM Level-5 IT professionals in the country Various educational, scientific and technical educational institutions fostering domain expertise in IT, engineering and design skills that can be leveraged by these global majors. Our Vision “Establish Karnataka as the aerospace hub of Asia by 2017 and as a globally recognized Aerospace destination by 2022” Our Objectives Phase I (2012-17): Growth Phase
Phase II ( 2017-22) : Consolidation Phase a) Attract US$ 4 Bn
b) Provide additional (direct & indirect) employment to 40,000 persons by a process of inclusive development
c) Enhance contribution of Aerospace sector towards increasing share of industry in States GDP from 28% to 30% Phase I (2012-17): Growth Phase a) Attract US$ 6 Bn
b) Provide additional (direct & indirect) employment to 60,000 persons by a process of inclusive development
c) Enhance contribution of Aerospace sector towards increasing share of industry in States GDP from 30% to 32% Phase II ( 2017-22) : Consolidation Phase
Infrastructure would Include :
Assembly & Integration Facilities
Manufacturing Clusters – Component & System Level
Tooling & Support Functions
Training & Education
Certification facilities Additional infrastructure to be created to compliment the Knowledge City:
Schools & Colleges
Hospitals / Banks Creating an Aerospace & Defense Ecosystem Key Components Commitment from Global Integrators to be Anchors could migrate a large part of their value chain in India along with their Tier 1/2 to the project , this would trigger down stream development of Key Competencies Education (University, Diploma, ITI), R&D, Engineering /Design Centres, Testing facilities, IT services, Training Centres for Maintenance Aerospace –The Target Industries Forgings, Castings, Precision Machining, Sheet Metal, Hydraulics, Electricals, Elect Avionics, Composites, Rubber & Plastic Components, Surface Treatment, Rapid Prototyping & Tooling Goodrich, UTC, GE, Hamilton Sundstrand, Rolls Royce, Safran, BE Aerospace, Diehl, Zodiac, Pratt and Whitney, Textron Boeing, Airbus, Sikorsky, Dassault, Lockheed Martin, Russian Helicopter, Eurocopter, bombardier, Embraer inlcuding DPSU like HAL, BEL, BHEL etc Anchor Clients : Prime and Integrators Tier 1 Players Tier 2 & Tier 3 Players The Aerospace Policy 1) Joint Aerospace Task Force to facilitate, promote and develop the State’s aerospace industry
Special emphasis on Infrastructure for Industry smooth processing of basic amenities of power, water, environment clearances, pollution control
Creation of aerospace clusters at
Bangalore, Mysore, Bidar, Belgaum, Mangalore and Chitradurga, Hassan
PPP Models – for Aero parks 2) Project Bangalore Aerospace Park (BAP) as a showcase for Indian aerospace Industry-by providing it with state of the art infrastructure,
Knowledge City, Township, facilities etc
3) Universities, Training Institutes and Finishing schools planned on a PPP model with industry in order to churn out 5000 industry ready personnel annually
Setting up of Aerospace research & Innovation centre on PPP model.
Setting up an Aerospace University and Flying training school in Phase II.
ITI and Tool Room Centers focused on Aerospace (proposal sent for Rs 100 Cr to Ministry of MSME , GOI)
4) Creation of a INR 200 Cr VC fund - Karnataka Aerospace Development Fund (KADF) for MSME funding and R&D grants.
5) Incentives for anchor tenants – In System Integrators / Tier 1 Category Manufacturers.
6) Cost sharing for important Aerospace certifications-NADCAP, AS-9100–Rev C Key Challenges India to be key recipient of critical Technology
transfer from High cost countries Fragmented industry with small pockets of excellence Main focus is on Defence Aircrafts Monopolized by Public Sectors Low volume high mix aerospace industry is well suited for India Key Challenges Critical gaps and limited competencies in the domestic Aerospace capability needs to be addressed Key enablers from Project Vayu Centers of Excellence , to absorb and develop Tech Manufacturing environment Creating entire A&D value Chain and Support Environment Support habitat and Infrastructure Government Policy and incentivization Salient Features of
Karnataka Aerospace Policy 2012 To make Karnataka a preferred global destination for all segments of aerospace sector.
To create eco-system to make the State a conducive hot spot for aerospace industry.
To make Bangalore a magnet for global tier-1 Suppliers.
To make Karnataka as one of the leading MRO hubs in Asia.
To make available ready to-employ human resource pool.
To strengthen R&D infrastructure for achieving innovative and cutting edge technologies.
To create enhanced facilitation for ease of doing business Objectives Major Strategies Creation of aerospace ecosystem
Development of aerospace manufacturing, MSME & MRO
Harnessing HR & focus on R&D Operationalisation of BAP & BASEZ
Creation of infrastructure through PPP
Focus on cluster approach
Thrust on MSMEs
Human Capital Development
Academia, Research and Innovation Centre Policy Measures Aerospace University & Flying School
Creation of Karnataka Aerospace Venture Capital Fund
Better facilitation for ease of doing business
Added incentives and concessions
Review mechanism to ensure the results. Special Incentives & Concessions Following incentives are offered upto 2022, irrespective of status of NIP and without any zonal regulations:
Anchor unit subsidy for aerospace OEM units
Exemption from electricity duty
Interest free loan on VAT
Entry Tax exemption
Support for capacity building. Assuring your business a safe, secure and comfortable landing and offering it
a perfect take-off! Thank you Karnataka, Karnataka - Established Aerospace Presence Extends warm welcome to delegates of Extends warm welcome to delegates of Aero India Show 2013 Aero India Show 2013