Czech drones could guard the EU border with Russia in Finland – World – News

The external border of the European Union could be guarded by Czech unmanned aircraft of Primoco. The border guards in Finland are interested in them, they would deploy them on the border with Russia. The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed about it. TASR received the information from the Novinky.cz server.

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Primoco UAV drone.

Primoco was introduced to the Finns by the Czech Embassy. In May, the Finnish delegation visited the company’s headquarters, where they demonstrated the capabilities of the One 150 drone in adverse weather conditions.

“During extremely bad weather, the delegation had the opportunity to see that our aircraft can perform monitoring tasks even in conditions of virtually zero visibility, because they do not rely only on optical sensors,” described the company’s director Ladislav Semetkovský.

The company sold seven drones this year, and has more contracts ready. In addition to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Malaysia and Iraq also use their drones to monitor the border.

Primoco drones have a wingspan of five meters and weigh 150 kilograms. The price of the machine is around 25 million Czech crowns (approximately one million euros).


Source: Pravda – Správy by spravy.pravda.sk.

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