In Zhytomyr, the Military Developed Two of Its Own Models of UAVs and Talked About Their Advantages Over Chinese Ones

I am the pre­sen­ter Oksana Kropy­vnyt­s­ka and we will now talk about the effec­tive­ness of the use of Ukrain­ian-made drones by the mil­i­tary and how they are able to help beat the ene­my despite the fact that Ukrain­ian defend­ers receive mil­i­tary aid.

from the vol­un­teer state of inter­na­tion­al part­ners, the army’s need for drones per­sists, and accord­ing to spe­cial­ists’ cal­cu­la­tions, this need is mea­sured in the tens of thou­sands. Defend­ers use dozens of dif­fer­ent civil­ian and com­bat mod­els that are adapt­ed to the con­di­tions in which they are. These mod­els are both for­eign and for­eign.

and domes­ti­cal­ly pro­duced Ukrain­ian research and pro­duc­tion enter­pris­es are man­u­fac­tur­ers of both the drones them­selves and unmanned air­craft com­plex­es, the enter­pris­es coop­er­ate with both state and vol­un­teer orders, but even this pro­duc­tion is not enough to cov­er the needs of medi­um-sized busi­ness­es.

to reori­ent and also adjust the domes­tic pro­duc­tion of drones and now we have a unique oppor­tu­ni­ty to talk about the devel­op­ment and pro­duc­tion of drones and how Ukrain­ian drones are pro­duced and how dif­fi­cult the tech­no­log­i­cal process is and whether Ukrain­ian drones can com­pete with mod­els.

pro­duced by oth­er coun­tries and now in our radio stu­dio Yuriy Biryuchenko, he is a vol­un­teer reserve mil­i­tary ser­vice­man and the direc­tor of the char­i­ty foun­da­tion of spir­i­tu­al edu­ca­tion, and Myko­la Gavry­lyuk, a junior sergeant, a mil­i­tary ser­vice­man, the head of a busi­ness project, as well as Mr. Yuriy. I wel­come you to our stu­dio. Thank you for find­ing the time and oppor­tu­ni­ty for this.

con­ver­sa­tions Good day Good day ladies Glo­ry to Ukraine Glo­ry to the heroes Today we will also hear on our air, a lit­tle lat­er, defend­ers who told us their opin­ion about the use of Ukrain­ian drones on the bat­tle­field, this will hap­pen lat­er. that col­lect mon­ey for drones.

drones are need­ed, there are not enough drones, why is this device so impor­tant and why is there still such a great need for our defend­ers in it, the role of unmanned air­craft in the entire war is unprece­dent­ed.

is being used, there is a mas­sive use of unmanned air­craft, the role of unmanned air­craft is dif­fi­cult to under­es­ti­mate, but I believe that our vic­to­ry or our defeat large­ly depends on this seg­ment, because this is the intel­li­gence it actu­al­ly per­forms.

Rough­ly speak­ing, the role played by avi­a­tion in the Sec­ond World War, that is, it is dif­fi­cult not to appre­ci­ate it, and all our vic­to­ries are large­ly due to the fact that our army was used proac­tive­ly, decen­tral­ized, and mas­sive­ly.

drones played a par­tic­u­lar­ly big role drone civil­ian civil­ian drones of Chi­nese pro­duc­tion, first of all the famous mavik matriss Well, and oth­ers like that, that’s why Well, we paid atten­tion to the role of these drones, and even in the sum­mer, well, the state a lit­tle.

lat­er turned Lit­er­al­ly a year lat­er and it appeared Well, we set our­selves a task, which means we will devel­op it, it hap­pened after we, at the request of var­i­ous parts of the units, pur­chased Chi­nese drones Matrix 300, well, I want to explain what Matrix 300 m is.

300 meters means, er, quite expen­sive Chi­nese civil­ian drone that has good optics, good exte­ri­or, because of that it is used for recon­nais­sance, adjust­ing artillery fire, its cost is approx­i­mate­ly 20 thou­sand euros and more, depend­ing on the con­fig­u­ra­tion, and accord­ing­ly, it has.

cer­tain lim­i­ta­tions because, in fact, this is a civil­ian drone that is sim­ply used for the mil­i­tary, and we set our­selves the task of mak­ing an ana­logue of such a drone, a recon­nais­sance drone, a drone, mean­ing an artillery adjuster, that would be adapt­ed specif­i­cal­ly for com­bat oper­a­tions.

and, accord­ing­ly, it would not have the dis­ad­van­tages that any Dji drone should have. Well, it took about 5 months to devel­op such a drone, which means such an ana­logue. Yes, plus or minus cer­tain funds, and now here we have it and we can show and demon­strate means some­thing What we did means in this sense.

this is what con­cerns our, so to speak, all of our devel­op­ments. And let’s talk about that. So, from the moment of what con­cerns the gen­er­al prob­lem. Well, I say that the state paid atten­tion to it quite late, unfor­tu­nate­ly, our coun­try is based, in prin­ci­ple, not on state man­age­ment, but on hor­i­zon­tal so to speak in com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

that is why we have shown such ini­tia­tive and hope and even hope that our devel­op­ments will be no worse than the Chi­nese ones and will bring ben­e­fits to those at the fore­front when they decid­ed to do this kind of busi­ness in gen­er­al.

what did the spe­cial­ists who should be in order to be able to devel­op such a mod­el start, then we are unit­ed in this case, we are mil­i­tary per­son­nel, I am sim­ply say­ing for sup­port for assis­tance, which means the com­mand of our unit and with the help of a char­i­ty fund. So we are doing this, as far as busi­ness is con­cerned.

I agree with you, why? That it should be a busi­ness, that is, sales will end, the debug­ger will help us with the pro­duc­tion of these drones, they are not sin­gle copies, not tens of hun­dreds, and because in real­i­ty they are such drones, they are need­ed for the armed forces. Well, plus, I just didn’t say it yet we have devel­oped anoth­er mod­el of this.

impact drone Well, regard­ing the tech­ni­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics and oth­er points, Myko­la will of course tell you bet­ter because he is the tech­ni­cal man­ag­er of this project. Myko­la, you are the tech­ni­cal man­ag­er of the psy­cho project. Please tell us what kind of mod­el this drone can do and how much it is equipped with Ukrain­ian there is also a need for import­ed ones.

cer­tain parts were devel­oped com­plete­ly here in advance They asked about the com­po­si­tion of the team, who should it be, in fact, all our com­pa­tri­ots are engi­neers, tech­ni­cal schemes, soft­ware devel­op­ers, there are even design­ers and main­ly design­ers, the whole con­cert was com­plete­ly from scratch.

the ratio of Chi­nese spare parts devel­oped here, i.e. those that come here and what is made here is approx­i­mate­ly 60 to 40, but we are con­stant­ly try­ing to make a more closed pro­duc­tion cycle, that is, less depen­dent on Chi­nese sup­pli­ers, this is a rather com­pli­cat­ed process, it is quite capa­cious and.

not every­thing will be able to be replaced, but we are mov­ing in this direc­tion with a pop­u­lar solu­tion from the DJ com­pa­ny, and they can, well, track the loca­tion of the pilot with the help of the exca­va­tion sys­tem, it is impos­si­ble to track our drone with our sys­tems, e‑e, at the expense of com­pact­ness, it is twice as com­pact as the matrix itself, it can be car­ried in one small back­pack.

and it is twice as light as its take-off data, at the same time Well, it is saved on account of the price, it is also twice as cheap as this matrix and with the same con­fig­u­ra­tion, in fact, a sep­a­rate issue is fish resis­tance, it is much more resis­tant to rebo And the troops, that is, for the sake of the enemy’s elec­tron­ic war­fare than DJ, that is, he actu­al­ly flies where he does not fly.

enters com­plete­ly Well, I’m going to explain a lit­tle what exca­va­tion means. And exca­va­tion means reveal­ing to me the loca­tion where the oper­a­tor is and even before the fact that the ene­my can do it, it means that our oper­a­tors, espe­cial­ly those drones of the DJ com­pa­ny, are now suf­fer­ing heavy loss­es, so our drone allows us to secure drone oper­a­tor from ene­my artillery in this way.

that she can’t, well, it’s not much more dif­fi­cult to find out, because between this find­ing there was a pro­ces­sion of devel­op­ments and coop­er­a­tion with spe­cial­ists that caused dif­fi­cul­ties, at which stages dis­cus­sions arose or what pos­si­ble details had to be wait­ed for a long time and this dragged out the process in time quite a long time, it was a choice com­po­nents e‑e which are select­ed by

we actu­al­ly start­ed the price-qual­i­ty ratio and avail­abil­i­ty mod­el when logis­ti­cal issues were gen­er­al­ly the most dif­fi­cult issue, that is, to choose con­di­tion­al­ly from 10 types of some com­po­nents, you could wait one and a half to two months until it clears cus­toms, while it trav­els through oth­er coun­tries, and it was a whole .

I think the prob­lem is the most dif­fi­cult and the most time-con­sum­ing, then it took a lot of time for the soft­ware itself, after we achieved nor­mal motor char­ac­ter­is­tics, the drone began to fly well, behave well in the air, coun­ter­act the wind and all such metro­log­i­cal wish­es, then the ques­tion of its inter­ac­tion with .

it also took almost half of the total time. Have you already shown this mod­el to the mil­i­tary who work direct­ly on the bat­tle­field with drones and are con­trolled by them? Did you share your impres­sions at all and could they some­how eval­u­ate its future per­spec­tive? This hap­pened many times. was not on

in lead­ing posi­tions, it was based on the train­ing cen­ters of the train­ing grounds, so we received a pos­i­tive reac­tion, there was an oppor­tu­ni­ty to com­pare it with DJ equip­ment, in addi­tion to how it works, in fact, in the same peri­od of time, it showed itself wor­thy. is worth

approx­i­mate­ly 20,000 euros for how much mon­ey can vol­un­teers or those who can, it will be a state order to buy such a drone, for exam­ple, well, about twice as cheap, but depend­ing on the con­fig­u­ra­tion, sev­er­al types of con­fig­u­ra­tion will be pro­duced, depend­ing on the con­fig­u­ra­tion, the cost will be, well, it depends on this and com­bat.

The price of the drone will also decrease. The drone will also be cheap­er. Look, we don’t have a Chi­nese ana­logue. It was devel­oped com­plete­ly from scratch by us. Well, it will also cost much cheap­er than Chi­nese ana­logues, so to speak. Thank you very much. We now have oppor­tu­ni­ty to hear

of mil­i­tary aer­i­al recon­nais­sance, this is the com­man­der of a pla­toon of an unmanned avi­a­tion com­plex with the call sign Chief and his broth­er with the call sign Lavash. Actu­al­ly, they told us about how they feel about the devel­op­ment and devel­op­ment and pro­duc­tion of Ukrain­ian drones. Let’s lis­ten to them togeth­er. Good day Ukrain­ian drones.

pro­duc­tion is in no way infe­ri­or to the Chi­nese man­u­fac­tur­er, and even in some posi­tions it is bet­ter and of bet­ter qual­i­ty, first of all, our drones are bet­ter against ene­my fish, our guys in the pro­duc­tion of drones, be they recon­nais­sance or shock, first of all, they set them­selves the task of mak­ing this prod­uct of high­er qual­i­ty, because they do not know how to in which dif­fi­cult and some­times

their birds will work in non-human con­di­tions. More­over, the lives of the boys depend on them. When Ukrain­ian entre­pre­neurs, despite the dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tion in Ukraine, still take risks, they invest their strength and their own funds in the devel­op­ment of the estab­lish­ment of the pro­duc­tion of drones with con­sum­ables.

it takes a lot, I real­ly believe that the soon­er Ukrain­ian busi­ness sets up their mass pro­duc­tion, the bet­ter we will beat the ene­my and save the lives of not only our defend­ers, but also the lives of our rel­a­tives, our chil­dren of our Ukrain­ian peo­ple. Glo­ry to Ukraine and glo­ry to all our defend­ers.

let me remind you that we heard the com­man­der of the pla­toon of the unmanned air­craft com­plex with the call sign Chief and next to him was his broth­er with the call sign Lavash in the back­ground we heard the assis­tant and the friend of our defend­ers It was a dog Valkyrie such a drone must under­go a cer­tain cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, it must some­how be reg­is­tered and receive appro­pri­ate per­mits for its pro­duc­tion.

Of course, if we are talk­ing about offi­cial deploy­ment or use by the armed forces, it must go through a num­ber of pro­ce­dures approved by the min­istry and after that it can be direct­ly deliv­ered to the armed forces. Do you have plans for fur­ther devel­op­ment of drones? Do you remain on the mod­els that are already avail­able? No it is a process of con­tin­u­ous improve­ment.

in prin­ci­ple, they can­not be, that is, there is no final ver­sion in this, nei­ther in drums nor in any oth­ers, if some­one says this, it is not true because the ene­my is also adapt­ing, the ene­my is also con­stant­ly improv­ing and they are con­stant­ly look­ing for a coun­ter­mea­sure, this is a con­tin­u­ous war, sim­ply con­tin­u­ous, I sin­cere­ly thank you for this con­ver­sa­tion, I will remind you.

that Yuriy Biryuchenko and Myko­la Gavry­lyuk were with us in the stu­dio. Today we talked about the devel­op­ment and pro­duc­tion of domes­tic drones, which are con­stant­ly need­ed by our defend­ers at the front, so we ask every­one, if you have such an oppor­tu­ni­ty, to donate mon­ey to the Armed Forces and sup­port our defend­ers under any con­di­tions. Thank you were with us on

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