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The Bharat Drone Shakti-2023 exhibition at Hindan Air Base in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, has provided more information about India’s Tactical Interdiction and Attack Air Vehicle (TIA-AV). This low-observable, multi-role autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is currently under development by Bengaluru-based NewSpace Research and Technologies Pvt Ltd for the Indian Air Force (IAF).
The technical specifications of the TIA-AV have been unveiled, showcasing its impressive capabilities. The UAV will have a service ceiling of 6 km above mean sea level (AMSL), a cruise speed of 170 kmph, an endurance of over 6 hours, and a range of 400 km. These specifications make it a versatile and potent asset for various missions.
The TIA-AV is designed to excel in deep air support missions, providing critical support to ground forces. Additionally, it will serve in intelligence, surveillance, and target acquisition roles, including Electronic Intelligence (ELINT). This means it can gather vital information and provide real-time data to military planners.
The development of the TIA-AV represents India’s commitment to advancing its indigenous drone technology and strengthening its defense capabilities. As it continues to evolve, it is expected to play a pivotal role in enhancing the IAF’s operational effectiveness.
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