Hello, my name is Taras. I am engaged in the production of ground robots. Why is your drone a duck on the battlefield? What problem does it solve and how does a ground drone solve the problem of undermining the equipment of the occupiers, the strongholds of the occupiers, the buildings where the occupiers are located, as well as trenches and dugouts with the occupiers? Everyone is used to hearing about flying drones, but here we have ground ones. Why did you decide to work on this type of drone? I decided to work on ground drones because I myself realized that UAV flying drones do not perform all functions. They can usually only carry a limited weight. In comparison, a ground drone can carry 35–40 kilograms and has a more interesting area of responsibility and use, specifically for the destruction of strongpoints and heavy equipment. How did the idea to create honeyeaters come about? The idea to create a honeyeater came from my military experience. I am experienced in UAV reconnaissance. Usually, UAVs such as Kamikaze and others typically carry 1 kg to one and a half kilograms of explosives. The honeyeater can already carry 35–40 kg of explosives and it already works effectively enough on the battlefield. The history of its creation began on December 22nd when we came up with the idea of creating a ground drone. We made three versions of a foreign shot, and the third version was successfully tested on March 23rd and went into serial production from April. Why is there so much talk about drones everywhere? Drones are a new alternative type of technology that performs a fairly important function. They help artillery, save people’s lives, and perform complex tasks more precisely than artillery. What do the military say about the work of your drones? The military says that our drones save the lives of people and operators. The operator, when using our drone, is in cover. It works with 100% cover and the distance from the operator to the target can be from one kilometer to 6 km. In fact, more than 60 such drones have been made, and 50 of them are already working in the east. What challenges are ahead for you and your team? We currently have enough challenges and tasks before the team. We have started production, in addition to Kamikaze drones, we are also producing logistics drones that will perform tasks such as transporting ammunition and evacuating the wounded from the battlefield. Unfortunately, they will also be used to evacuate those who are on the shield. What advice do you have for people who are interested in the creation of drones? For people who are interested in the creation of drones, you can find this information on YouTube, Instagram, and the internet. All the information is available. And how can our viewers support the work of your team? Viewers can support the work of our team and the military assembly. We have started the assembly of TAS, which will produce 50 machines. This will at least partially cover the military’s need for Kamikaze machines. The collection of 50 Kamikaze machines will start on September 4th. This includes 10 full-fledged complexes of 5 machines each, a ground station, and a repeater that will cover the need for 10 companies that can work in the east with these machines.