India has embarked on a unique project to develop an unmanned combat air vehicle in a bid to augment its defense capabilities, a senior official said on Sunday. "We have identified all the technologies required for the unmanned combat air vehicle. These technologies include flying wing and stealth, which was most important. Work on the project has begun in different parts of the country, including in laboratories," Project Director P.S. Subramanyam, the chief of Aeronautical Development Agency, told the media in the southern Indian city of Bangalore. "Technologies are now getting evolved and we are working on configuration in parallel and eventually at some stage user requirements will be matched into the design," Subramanyam said. Moreover, according to him, the Light Combat Aircraft (Tejas) was currently undergoing the certification process, which was to be completed by December this year. "Some 300 to 400 scientists are working on certification program because the work we have done for last 20 years has to be consolidated and put to scrutiny by the certification agency," he said.