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Israel’s Elbit sells over 1,000 mini-drones to Southeast Asian country
Isreali company Flying Production have released a very tidy looking large quad. What caught my eye was the endurance, up to 75 minutes! Quite a claim.
Israel’s Flying Production has expanded its range of multi-rotor vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) unmanned air vehicles.
Elbit Systems' New Drone. The company enters the field of drones via collaboration with the Flying Production Company. Their new drone is presented at the Elbit Systems booth at Eurosatory 2016 in Paris
Israel's Flying Production has unveiled an upgraded version of its Da Vinci vertical take-off and landing unmanned air vehicle. Dubbed the "Gen B", the development features a Controp electro-optical/infrared sensor and a micro data link
Flying Production will launch a new vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) small UAS (SUAS) called Da-Vinci at AUSA 2014. The system, which has already been sold to an unnamed Eastern European country, has been developed for urban warfare observation missions, among others.
Flying Production will launch "Da-Vinci" at AUSA 2014. The system includes a Portable Ground Control Station and Dual Sensor EO/IR Payload. A number of Da-Vinci systems have been recently sold to a country in Eastern Europe.
Flying Production – an Israeli manufacturer of multirotor unmanned aerial systems (UAS) – has unveiled its Da Vinci; a compact, lightweight, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) design.