Russia has created the first air mining system against UAVs

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Russia has created the first air mining system against UAVs

Russia has created the first air mining system against UAVs

The chief designer of the ZALA Aero group of companies, Alexander Zakharov, said that Russian specialists have created the world's first “air mining” system against unmanned aerial vehicles, RIA Novosti reports.

The system will be based on the Lancet kamikaze drones, which are twice as fast as drones and are capable of hitting them. “Lancets” can stay in the air for several tens of hours. At the moment, the system is being tested – drones are trained on balloons.

Earlier it was reported that new kamikaze drones are being developed in Russia. It was noted that the new intelligent complex “ZALA Lancet” includes reconnaissance, communication, navigation and high-precision striking elements.

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