A company official has confirmed the engagement cycle of the Kargu-2, which keeps a human in the loop during attacks on targets.
Marine Corps to receive Heroes
The US Marine Corps has selected UVision’s Hero-120 system for its Organic Precision Fire Mounted (OPF-M) system, which will be integrated with LAV-M, JLTV and LRUSV.
The Hero-120 OPF-M was selected following several successful demonstrations, tests and evaluations processes that proved the system’s performance capabilities.
It will provide the Marine Corps with ISR and highly accurate, precision indirect fire strike capabilities.
UVision will supply its Multi-Canister Launcher, tailored to the specific requirements of the USMC, and integrate it onto their vehicles.
The Hero-120 is a high precision, smart loitering munition system with a unique aerodynamic structure that carries out pinpoint strikes against anti-armour, anti-materiel and anti-personnel targets.
The high precision capability ensures minimal collateral damage.
Its wide range of multi-purpose warheads enables the operational user to effectively engage all targets.
According to Shephard Defence Insight, the Hero-120 can be operated independently by frontline forces and can be man-pack portable or launched from a variety of platforms.
Its mission abort capability allows automatic re-entry into the loitering mode, re-engagement of the enemy or return to the recovery area.
Brunei will be able to monitor its maritime territory with its new UAV capability obtained from the US.
The agreement will help bring greater platform autonomy to UAV Factory’s platforms.
The test flight was designed to showcase the modularity, portability, and scalability of the Skyborg autonomy core system (ACS).
Financial issues surrounding the UK's Protector UAV procurement have come to light from a National Audit Office report.
Four Remus 300 UUVs will join a fleet of half a dozen Remus 100s used by the RNZN.