Teledyne FLIR has added a new UAS type to its product line.
Selex unveils plans for two new target drones
Following the 2010 announcement of the Mach 0.9, low-radar-cross-section Mirach 100/X, Selex Galileo have unveiled plans for two new products in their long-established target drone range.
The jet-powered Mirach 40 and piston-engined, propeller-driven Mirach 35P will share a common fuselage, and will, the company hopes, appeal to customers for whom the 100/X and the venerable 100/5 are too fast, too expensive, or impossible to purchase due to export restrictions.
'We need to complete our product portfolio with alternative solutions,' said Fabio Pauluzzo, head of UAS at the company's production facility.
'The Mirach platform remains a very good product for qualification …
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