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Astrike leave nothing to spare

18th August 2016 - 16:00 GMT | by Richard Thomas in London

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Fresh from the partnership announcement with Silent Falcon Technologies, officials from Colombian firm Astrike Technologies identified commercial and defence opportunities for the solar-powered UAS.

The partnership will see the Silent Falcon UAS enter the Colombian market where the commercial and defence interest in unmanned capabilities continues to increase. The Silent Falcon will be the first solar-powered UAS to enter the national market, says Astrike.

‘We have been following up Silent Falcon since 2013 and think it is the best time to fully commit to bring and appropriate this technology for the Colombian defence market and for commercial applications as well,’

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