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Paramount Aerospace Systems (PAS) has announced that its groundbreaking N-Raven loitering munition will begin production in April this year with first deliveries in October.
N-Raven has been digitally designed with quick transfer of technology in mind, to enable governments to manufacture these loitering munitions in their countries, in less than one year.
Paramount’s N-Raven consists of three different models; GPS guided, fixed Optical Seeker Head target identification, recognition and tracking; and a Gimbal version of the Optical Seeker Head. All these technologies including the hardware, software and AI have been developed by Paramount.
The swarming version of the N Raven is in advanced stages of development and is scheduled to be industrialized in the second half of 2024.
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