DRONE SWARMS : SWARM THREAT OF MILITARY DEFENSE TO A GREAT WINNING

Drone Swarms Commissioned as part of the government’s military and civilian strategy, they are fast, cost-effective and easy to operate delivered in a crowd. A group of suicide drones can be quickly deployed to war zones, launched from land and air to attack targets. They are seen flying in formation, with their movements directed remotely through devices such as tablets.
Developers in several countries are working on Drone Swarm and anti-Drone Swarm technology for military applications. in addition to the US, the Turkish Defense Industry launched swarm UAV Technology Development and Demonstration programs, such as the Kargu-2 Drone and a super light drone called Alpagu. Meanwhile China has begun testing swarms of explosive “suicide” drones while increasing military investment with CH-901 drones. While the Russians already have drones that integrate efficiently with their artillery, The Forpost, Orlan-10, Eleron-3 and other drones, in which a collection of unmanned vehicles coordinate their actions to operate, it represents a step change in Russian drone operations.

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