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Drones That Are Not Afraid of Hostile Rings! Kharkiv UAVs Do This …

We are grate­ful that Ukraini­ans val­ue our work by pay­ing for ser­vices in a time­ly man­ner. Naftogaz Ukraine is strength­en­ing inde­pen­dence in Kharkiv Oblast.

Dol­lars on the account of Kharkiv drones; Russ­ian S‑300 sys­tems are affect­ed. The sta­tion is divined by Rep, and ware­hous­es of BC. The goal of the engi­neers is to cre­ate a break­through sys­tem or to destroy the ene­my with drones from the air, from the ground at one of the train­ing grounds of the Kharkiv region.

With half a kilo­gram of explo­sives, after drop­ping it on ene­my posi­tions, it does not turn back. They work in a swarm on the tar­get; 12 drones attack at the same time. They fly accord­ing to the giv­en coor­di­nates or under the con­trol of the oper­a­tor. Now, they trav­el at 150 kilo­me­ters per hour, but the max­i­mum speed is high­er than 200. When approach­ing the tar­get, they instant­ly descend to 15 meters above the ground and drop ammu­ni­tion. What struck our boards is the S‑300 mis­sile instal­la­tion; these are sta­tions from the Rep. These are counter-bat­tery com­bat sta­tions; these are light­ly armored vehi­cles. And there are also ene­my tent cities with mobi­lized ammu­ni­tion ware­hous­es and fuel tanks. These drones are now all over the line of the front from Bakhmut to Kher­son.

And two years ago, the com­pa­ny was engaged in robot­ics and nav­i­ga­tion for agri­cul­ture. Says Volodymyr, “We were able to ori­ent every­thing that trav­eled on the ground so that it flew in the air. The first bird was made from card­board and prim­i­tive equip­ment two months after the start of a full-scale war; it flew to the task. It’s just a box of card­board. Sev­er­al hun­dred were made by the guys, and many of them hit the tar­gets.”

Now the devel­op­ers have sev­er­al types of drones for dif­fer­ent tasks. Here’s this plane; the adjuster just returned from the Zaporozhye direc­tion for main­te­nance. The cam­era with a 30x zoom cap­tures the sit­u­a­tion on the ground from a kilo­me­ter height and adjusts the fire of Ukrain­ian artillery. It can be in the air for an hour and a half and work in the deep rear of the ene­my, even at night. In addi­tion, it can fly at a fair­ly low alti­tude, so it is dif­fi­cult for the Rus­sians to track them down. The devel­op­ers say that this air­craft has a spe­cial sys­tem to return with­out GPS sig­nal. i.e., it returns back inde­pen­dent­ly accord­ing to the coor­di­nates. The drone trans­mits infor­ma­tion online, thanks to which the Ukrain­ian artillery works pre­cise­ly on the tar­gets. Also, the cor­rec­tor often works in tan­dem with Kamikaze drones. 80% of its work the sides pass the ene­my from the rap pass. Har­vests from the rap AND.

As an aux­il­iary, we also have the func­tion of detect­ing the local aca­cia of the ene­my with rap; well, with such a rough one, it is enough. But with an accu­ra­cy of up to 500 meters, it is con­stant­ly being improved in accor­dance with the requests of the mil­i­tary. If the bird has under­gone changes and is test­ed again on the range, it can take up to two weeks. And the main task is cre­at­ing a sys­tem of a break­through when all copters will work in com­mu­ni­ca­tion; it will be a real army of drones. The devel­op­ers assure that those that will move on the ground and destroy the ene­my will work togeth­er with aer­i­al drones. In the trench­es, we have long-range recon­nais­sance, there 50–60 kilo­me­ters. There is recon­nais­sance online, artillery guid­ance 30 kilo­me­ters and com­mu­ni­ca­tion, and there are already air­planes. We stitch all this togeth­er into one sys­tem, which, accord­ing to our cal­cu­la­tions, we cre­ate it for the break­through of drones. It is a rel­a­tive­ly inex­pen­sive weapon because even though it costs from sev­er­al tens of thou­sands to over a mil­lion hryv­nias, it destroys ene­my equip­ment worth mil­lions of dol­lars. They say at com­pa­ny A; the most impor­tant thing is that this tech­nique saves lives. Tetiana Dot­si­ak Vla­dyslav Plis, Facts ICTV Sin­gle News.

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