Ukrainian specialists are developing small “target aircraft” to prepare anti-aircraft calculations. Volunteer Pavlo Kashchuk said the objectives are primarily aimed at preparing calculations that are expected to hit Iranian drones. Now the project is rapidly moving towards completion: experts choose the best of the two models.
The developers want to reach 150 km/h, although 100 km/h is acceptable. The idea behind their project is to create an inexpensive and easy to manufacture electric aircraft that can be easily repaired by replacing the elements even after damage.
“The goal is to develop the skills of shooting upwards, predicting a moving target, overcoming a psychological obstacle.“, said Pavlo Kashchuk.
You can control the aircraft manually and in autopilot mode. The developers immediately reveal both options, and future experiments will allow him to decide which model will go into the series.
“Discussed is the equipment of the aircraft with a vibration sensor that will transmit the pulse to the control panel.“Target aircraft” should simulate the behavior of enemy air targets and help test new types of weapons, that is, engage in the training of air defense operators in conditions as close as possible to combat.
With the help of such targets, operators during exercises will be able to best assess the accuracy of aiming and the effectiveness of hitting targets.
It will be reminded that Iran plans to supply more than 200 UAVs to Russia in early November. Tehran is preparing the deliveries of the “Shahed-136”, “Mohajer-6” and “Arash-2” drones. Source
Source: Port Altele
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