UAS Europe ac­quires IP rights

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UAS Europe, Swe­den, has an­nounced that they have ac­quired the in­tel­lec­tual prop­erty rights, man­u­fac­tur­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties and air­frame stock for two dif­fer­ent un­manned air­craft from UAV Ser­vices and Sys­tems, Ger­many. The larger air­craft is called X-SIGHT, has a 4-stroke engine, wing­span of 3.15 me­tres, a pay­load ca­pac­ity of 7 kg and en­durance of up to 10 hours.

The smaller hand or cat­a­pult launched air­craft, mX-Sight, has an elec­tric engine, wing­span of 2 me­tres, pay­load ca­pa­bil­ity of 3.5 kg and en­durance of up to two hours. The two air­craft have been re­named Spy Owl 200 and Spy Owl 300.

“We see the ac­qui­si­tion of these two sys­tems as a very strate­gic step where we now can pro­vide three dif­fer­ent types of UAVs. UAV trainer sys­tem, por­ta­ble and re­li­able hand-launched UAVs and not the least a long en­durance sys­tem with great sur­veil­lance ca­pa­bil­i­ties. UAV Ser­vices and Sys­tems has done a tremen­dous job in as­sur­ing su­perb build­ing qual­ity, long en­durance and very re­li­able UAVs. We are proud to be the new own­ers of such pro­fes­sional UAV sys­tems,” said Hen­rik Wolkesson, project man­ager at UAS Europe, Swe­den.

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