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Indian drone manufacturer Kadet Defence Systems (KDS) has made significant strides in the realm of aerial targets with its latest innovation, the Anudishya jet-powered aerial target. This cutting-edge platform is poised to revolutionize high-speed interception and precision strike capabilities, with performance metrics that set a new standard in the industry.

The Anudishya aerial target is designed to perform high-speed interceptions and precision strikes at distances exceeding 300 kilometres. Its ability to cover vast distances with pinpoint accuracy makes it an invaluable asset for both offensive and defensive military operations. The integration of a jet engine enables the Anudishya to reach speeds over 500 kilometres per hour, significantly enhancing its responsiveness and effectiveness in complex operational scenarios.

One of the standout features of the Anudishya is its low observable radar signature. This is achieved through the use of advanced composite materials in its construction. The reduced radar cross-section ensures that the Anudishya remains undetected by enemy radar systems, providing a strategic advantage in both training and combat environments. The stealth capabilities of the Anudishya make it an ideal tool for simulating high-threat scenarios in military exercises, as well as for operational deployments where undetectability is paramount.

The Anudishya is not just a high-speed aerial target; it is a versatile platform designed for a wide range of applications. KDS has incorporated Manned-Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) capabilities into the system, allowing for seamless integration with both manned and unmanned aircraft. This feature enhances operational flexibility and enables coordinated missions that leverage the strengths of different platforms.

Additionally, the Anudishya is equipped with swarming capabilities, allowing multiple units to operate in a coordinated manner to overwhelm and confuse enemy defences. This technology is particularly useful in scenarios where saturation tactics can be employed to breach sophisticated defence systems.

The Air-Launched Capabilities of the Anudishya further extend its operational envelope. This feature allows the aerial target to be launched from various airborne platforms, providing strategic flexibility and the ability to rapidly deploy the system in diverse operational theatres.

Kadet Defence Systems has successfully exported the Anudishya to friendly foreign countries, demonstrating the global appeal and strategic value of this advanced aerial target system.

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