A combat Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) designed and modernized by Artsakh specialists, including those from the Defense Army, has successfully passed the final phase of trial, the Defense Ministry reports.
It operates independently of various positioning systems, has high maneuvering and striking capacities.
The Ministry says the drone is not inferior to similar devices designed by leading countries in terms of technical characteristics and is easy to control.
Mass production of drones is expected to be launched within the coming months. The device will be widely used in the Defense Army.
Artsakh’s Defense Minister and Army commander, Major-General Jalal Harutyunyan, top military personnel followed the trials at Tigranakert training ground.