The Warsaw Aerospace Institute designed and developed the HAASTA unmanned system, taking into account the needs of military operations.
The HAASTA design was developed jointly with Eurotech and is based on combat experience over the past few years. The drone is equipped with a hybrid propulsion system that serves (depending on the version) for surveillance, cargo transportation, photography and long-range reconnaissance.
It is useful for the army because it can operate as a reconnaissance UAV and as a kamikaze drone, and it can also be a distracting drone for enemy air defense.
The developers claim that HAASTA can work as part of a swarm, transmitting data to other UAVs or receiving operator information from them. As a combat vehicle, the drone is designed to overcome enemy air defenses, operate in the depths of enemy groups, and perform reconnaissance and sabotage missions.
Eurotech has made the drone modular. Radar and optical sensors can be placed on the drone for homing if the drone is planned to be used as a kamikaze drone. The unique drone control system allows the operator to control up to 10 HAASTA drones simultaneously.