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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Russian Kalashnikov Concern to Produce Drones – Company’s CEO

ZALA 421-08 micro UAVRussian Kalashnikov Concern decided to create a joint venture producing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), the company’s CEO Alexey Krivoruchko said Sunday at International Defense Exhibition IDEX 2015 in Abu Dhabi.

“We made a decision to purchase a share and to create a joint venture to produce reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles on the basis of Kalashnikov Concern and Russian company ZALA Aero,” Krivoruchko said.

Kalashnikov UAVs will be used for border control, reconnaissance and special missions, he added. The companies are also planning development and production of UAVs for the purposes of monitoring emergency situations and dangerous objects, geodetic research in harsh climate conditions.

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