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Indian Army’s Special Forces Test Revolutionary Nano UAVs for Surveillance

Indian Army’s Special Forces Test Revolutionary Nano UAVs for Surveillance
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The Indian Army’s elite special forces are currently conducting rigorous testing of the cutting-edge Revolutionising Nano UAVs, a product of the Indian drone startup, AIRRECON. These state-of-the-art Nano Scout PRS drones are proudly made in India and are tailored to meet the unique requirements of the Indian Army. They are designed to navigate complex battlefields, detect targets up close, and operate with stealth, proving invaluable in real-world combat scenarios.

The Revolutionising Nano UAVs developed by AIRRECON’s NANO SCOUT PRS are heralding a new era in surveillance and reconnaissance technology. These indigenous nano drones are engineered to excel in challenging combat scenarios, providing the Indian Army with a significant advantage in the field. The Nano Scout PRS drones are designed to operate stealthily, enabling them to navigate complex battlefields and identify targets up close, in person.

Recognizing the exceptional capabilities of these indigenous nano drones, the Indian Army has initiated a fast-track procurement process to acquire 850 such drones for specialized surveillance missions. These missions are of paramount importance, particularly along the northern borders with China and in counter-terrorism operations.

The Indian Army has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the ’emergency procurement’ of these Nano UAVs. This initiative comes on the heels of various acquisition projects that the 12-lakh strong Army has launched in recent months, targeting a diverse range of drone technologies. The procurement of these indigenous drones is in line with the Indian government’s “Make in India” initiative and showcases the country’s commitment to developing cutting-edge defense technology.

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