Turkish company mini multirotor drone ready for export to India


A multirotor mini-UAV model developed by Ankara-based Zyrone Dynamics is ready for export after the company attracts international investment.

According to a report by Anadolu (AA) agency, Zyrone Dynamics, which offers unique drone solutions with its cutting-edge technologies, is preparing for the first delivery of products to India. Thirty percent of the company was sold to India-based DCM Shriram Industries for $ 3.5 million with the deal reached at the 15th International Defense Industry Exhibition in August.

Zyrone Dynamics will make the first export of the ZCQM multi-rotor mini drone platform before the end of the year, and will continue to deliver in batches in 2022. The company is expected to deliver nearly 100 vehicles next year.

The company will also perform demonstration flights for defense tenders in India in March 2022 and plans to expand to countries in the Far East via India.

Zyrone Dynamics has completed the international military certification processes for the ZCQM platform, which has been tested in different weather conditions such as desert, sandstorm, arctic cold, heavy downpours and snowstorms, etc., and has responded to the international military certification requirements (MIL-STD-810G).

Once the weather tests are completed, flight tests will be carried out with the ZCQM in different environments. Zyrone Dynamics will continue development testing in different areas.

The ZCQM increased its flight time from 10 minutes to 80 minutes by breaking its own record by reaching an altitude of 1.2 kilometers (0.7 miles) above the ground.

The growing interest in domestic UCAVs is a boost for the Turkish government as it tries to increase exports and highlights the growing importance of armed drones in modern warfare.

The Turkish military used drones last year in Syria as well as in Libya, where Ankara supported the Tripoli-based government against eastern forces backed by Russia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt.

In Nagorno-Karabakh, drones helped Turkey’s ally Azerbaijan defeat the occupation forces backed by Armenia.

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