It was noted that some parts of the drone developed in the Sverdlovsk region, especially the antennas and body elements, were printed in 3D printers. A representative of the manufacturer told the agency that the main elements of the body are molded using thermoplastic technology under pressure. Currently, the company is trying to replace the increasingly scarce Chinese video transmitters in the drone, according to the developers.

FPV-drone (first-person view, “first-person view”) can carry grenades, including anti-tank ones. The development company emphasizes that the drone can handle high-explosive fragmentation charges made by the military directly on the front line from epoxy adhesive and shot. The manufacturer has not disclosed the drone’s performance characteristics.

The first batch of “Ghouls” was tested in the zone of special military operations. The main tasks of the Russian apparatus are attacks that impede the delivery of ammunition, people and equipment, as well as the destruction of tanks out of reach of anti-tank missiles.

Source: Ferra

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