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Indian infantry to get swarms of UAVs
A first-ever live demonstration of UAV swarms by the Indian Army during a parade on 15 January was a clear indication that the country is not treating its border conflicts lightly.
Indeed, India is attempting to transform from a numbers-driven force to one inclined towards disruptive technologies.
The demonstration, in collaboration with Bengaluru-based start-up NewSpace Research and Technologies, featured a swarm of 75 indigenously designed AI-enabled UAVs that were led by a quadcopter explorer unit and small quadcopters that carried out offensive kinetic attacks on simulated targets. The UAVs also dropped supplies to troops on the ground.
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