The company has been mass producing E95 targets for over 20 years and has now developed a new E17 target family. These targets improve the training of air defense system operators by simulating low-flying threats such as cruise missiles. The flight time of E17 targets has been increased, reaching speeds of 360 km/h compared to 260 km/h for the E95 target. Control channels have also been improved.

Founded in 1988, Enix specializes in the development, production, serial supply, technical and service maintenance of unmanned aerial vehicles and aerial targets for training crews and operators of air defense drones.

Source: Ferra

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