Domestic unmanned aerial systems manufactured by "Skyeton" performed tasks on detection and surveillance of the enemy's objects
During a command and staff exercise in the Dnipro region, the latest aerial reconnaissance equipment manufactured in Ukraine was practically used.
The public relations service of the Eastern Air Command reported this on Facebook.
"Domestic unmanned aerial systems manufactured by Skyeton performed the task of detecting and monitoring the objects of a conventional enemy with the provision of real-time information about the target's location for an air strike," said Major General Oleh Strutsinsky, commander of the Eastern Air Command.
According to him, the unmanned aerial vehicle is designed to be used in civilian and military spheres to carry out tactical reconnaissance and search operations within 24 hours at a cruising speed of 120 km/h.
Also, the ability of enemy radar detection to detect the elements of the complex has been technically minimized: it was taken into account that GPS navigation in the combat zone is ineffective, so the complex was designed to be as GPS-independent as possible. The aircraft's relatively small size and successful design make it "invisible" to the enemy from the ground.
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