From September 1-2, drone vendors and aficionados descended upon the Suntec City Conference Center like a plague of lithium polymer-powered locusts, all eager to get a glimpse of what’s new in the world of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).
The Air Force of Ukraine can adopt the unmanned aviation complex Raybird-3, which since 2016 is allowed to operate in the Armed Forces, and in the spring of 2018 confirmed the ability to perform tasks in conditions of counteraction to electronic warfare (EW).
In 2018 Skyeton has announced the introduction of its new unmanned aerial systems (UASs). The Raybird 3 is a modular fixed-wing aircraft with the ability to operate autonomously once in flight. Man-portable and packed into a single box, Raybird 3 can be assembled and launched from a catapult in 15 minutes. The system can deploy either a parachute or airbag to aid recovery.
Small UAV for long-range missions by land and seaside objectives. More than 15 hours in the air, endurance distance up to 2500 km. Man-portable (one-box) system ready to be deployed in minutes. The modular flying platform makes the changing of various function modules easy.
Very soon, already this autumn start a Ukrainian domestic exhibition in the field of aviation and space technologies. During four days from 9 to 12 October 2018 will take XII International Aerospace Salon “Aviasvit – XXI”. The salon will be held on the eve of the Day of Defender of Ukraine at the same time and in a single format with the XV International Specialized Exhibition “Weapons and Security – 2018” and XVII International Trade Fair PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIES / FIRETECH ‘2018.

We think it is a big step for unmanned aerial vehicles. It is approximately 7,300 kilometers between the Pacific coast of Japan and Silicon Valley in the USA which used to be considered almost impossible for UAV a few years ago. This challenge will give a massive push for companies who want to introduce their new projects and develop a number of innovative technologies.

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