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Ukrainian defense industry presented the Fury PRO drone in Paris

Ukrainian defense industry presented the Fury PRO drone in Paris

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At the Eurosatory exhibition in France, visitors were shown the Ukrainian Fury PRO drone.

The Drone Squad company told Focus about the peculiarities of using these UAVs in combat conditions.

The drone provoked considerable interest at Eurosatory 2024.

The developers said that no one abroad had ever thought before that anti-tank mines, which are usually placed on the ground or on roads, could be dropped from a drone.

“There are already positive results thanks to networking and interesting potential partners who would like to do something together,” the developers said.

According to the project’s representative, Fury PRO drones are now being used in almost all areas of the front line.

Fury PRO drone is used to discharge 120-mm mortar shells and TM-62 anti-tank mines.

The Fury Pro drone is capable of carrying 15 kg (120 mines) for 6.5 km, or 10 kg (three 82 mines) for 10 km.

Specifications of the Fury Pro UAV:

  • size – 100*100*75 cm;
  • payload – 3 mines of 3 kg each;
  • flight range – up to 10 km;
  • maximum flight altitude is 1 km;
  • camera – FullHD 1080p GPS + compass;
  • engines – Hobbywing X8;
  • water resistance standard – IPX7.
Український безпілотник Fury PRO компанії Drone Squa на виставці Eurosatory 2024. Червень 2024. Франція. Фото: видання «Фокус»

“There are very successful cases of mining, when an anti-tank mine is brought in at night and dropped on the road, and in the morning an enemy buggy explodes on it,” the publication was told.

Military units that use Fury Pro drones constantly send feedback or provide new information. Thanks to this, engineers are constantly improving the drones.

As previously reported, a new Ukrainian attack drone, Bulava, was also presented for the first time at the Eurosatory 2024 international exhibition in Paris.

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