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Suhas Tejaskanda, founder of Flying Wedge Defence & Aerospace, has announced the imminent commencement of developmental trials for the FWD-200B. This drone, touted as India’s first indigenously developed bomber UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), has garnered significant attention.

The company initially faced criticism for unveiling a low-cost Mock-up model of the FWD-200B, constructed with materials like wood and steel instead of the real Prototype. FWD-200B fuselage was also seen a bit on the chunky side with a large fuselage volume without clear explanation for such large fuselage volume.

Company also has claimed that Flight tests are scheduled for June, followed by a crucial certification process by the Centre for Military Airworthiness and Certification (CEMILAC).

Company is facing pressure to prove its detractors wrong after unveiling of the FWD-200B last month. Company other then mockup has not provided much information how odd looking UAV can fly and can be classified as a Bomber due to lack of hardpoints or internal weapons bay.

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