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HAL has designed and developed various fixed wing aircraft which are being used by Indian Defence Services and Helicopters used for both defence and civilian applications.
This is the world's first professional grade long endurance UAS designed for civilian applications.
We do certainly have civilian applications for this propeller system: statistics show that the greater use of UAVs in the next five to 10 years will be in the high-value civilian applications areas and less will be actually used in the military sense, so for our product itself it's not specific to military" he said.
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: "Enriching to 20 per cent would just add to the catalogue of concerns about a nuclear programme with no civilian application, in a country building nuclear facilities in secret and refusing to answer questions about weapons-related activity.
The sides discussed the deployment of radio and TV transmission networks and civilian applications of the GLONASS radio-based satellite navigation system, including prospects of using the Russian satellite constellation for remote probing of the Earth and setting up terrestrial stations for receiving such information.
Bush authorized the sale to Iraq of numerous items that had both military and civilian applications, including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague.
A spokesman said the cutting-edge toilets could be used by the military, first responders or in a range of civilian applications.
Another Centcom buzzword with civilian applications is "oodaloop.