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Noida-based Veda Aeronautics has begun testing their “Sureshastra” prototype, a catapult-launched jet-powered drone system designed for swarming attacks. This marks a significant development in India’s unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology, with Veda Aeronautics being the first private company to develop such a system.

The jet engine propulsion allows for precise strikes and tactical operations over a significant range. The swarming capability offers a tactical advantage, enabling the system to neutralize multiple targets simultaneously.

This development signifies a crucial step forward in Indian drone technology, particularly for the Indian Air Force (IAF). The IAF previously signed a contract with Veda Aeronautics for the Sureshastra MkI, a land-launched version of the S-UMS.

The Sureshastra S-UMS boasts impressive specifications:

  • Range: 150 kilometers
  • Length: 3.5 meters
  • Wingspan: 3 meters
  • Weight: 90 kilograms

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