Rosoboronex­port to strengthen global mar­ket for UAVs


Rosoboronex­port (part of the Rostec State Cor­po­ra­tion) will strengthen Rus­sia’s po­si­tion in the in­ter­na­tional mar­ket for un­manned air­craft sys­tems (UAS) by pro­mot­ing new mod­els. Among them are Takhion and Granat-4E.

“For many years, we have been try­ing to catch up with the world’s lead­ing man­u­fac­tur­ers of un­manned air­craft sys­tems. How­ever, Rus­sian de­vel­op­ers have man­aged to re­verse the sit­u­a­tion, and to­day more and more mod­els that are quite com­pet­i­tive with their best for­eign coun­ter­parts are be­com­ing avail­able.

“We are cur­rently in sub­stan­tive ne­go­ti­a­tions with a num­ber of coun­tries on the pos­si­ble sup­ply of Rus­sian UAS, and there is a grow­ing in­ter­est,” said Sergey Goreslavsky, Rosoboronex­port’s Deputy Di­rec­tor Gen­eral.

Along with mar­ket­ing the Takhion and Granat-4E UAS, Rosoboronex­port is pro­mot­ing the Or­lan-10E, Granat-1ZH, Skat Su­perkam S-100, Skat Su­perkam S-640, Eleron-3, Eleron-10, as well as the mBPV-37 and BPV-500 he­li­copter-type UAS suit­able for law en­force­ment ap­pli­ca­tions. In par­tic­u­lar, Rosoboronex­port of­fers the de­liv­ery of ad­vanced Rus­sian UAS in the frame­work of its new In­te­grated Se­cu­rity Sys­tems mar­ket­ing project.

“We note the keen in­ter­est of for­eign part­ners in the Or­lan-10E, which has ex­cel­lently proved it­self dur­ing Rus­sian Air Force op­er­a­tions against ISIS in Syria. We ex­pect that the new un­manned air­craft sys­tems Takhion and Granat-4E, which are ac­tively used by Rus­sia’s armed forces, will also at­tract the at­ten­tion of our part­ners,” said Sergey Goreslavsky.

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