Russia plans to develop pocket drones

Russia plans to develop pocket drones

Moscow, May 6 (UNI/Sputnik) Russian state defense company Rostec plans to develop pocket-sized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) based on the experience of its military operation in Ukraine, the society. “The special operation indicated the importance of not only large and medium-sized drones, but also light-sized drones … These drones are almost invisible, they are pocket-sized, allowing to adjust the shot, monitor and to receive intelligence data on a real in time, significantly increasing the efficiency of military units Rostec carefully studies the existing experience and is ready to consider the possibility of creating mini-drones that meet the requirements of the armed forces “, a Rostec spokesperson told reporters. Rostec is expected to introduce a new AYYA secure smartphone based on two operating systems, Android and home Aurora, later in 2022. The new AYYA model will be equipped with additional services to protect personal data on the Internet. The device will be of particular interest to business users who care about information security. The manufacturers note also that AYYA can compete with other smartphones that have been disconnected from constant OS update due to anti-Russian sanctions. UNI/SPUTNIK VP RNJ

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