Russia to promote unmanned aerial system Orlan-10E for the international market TASS 10906161

Defence & Security News - Russia
 
Russia to promote unmanned aerial system Orlan-10E for the international market.
Russia is willing to strengthen its position at the global market of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), through the promotion of new vehicles. According to the Rosoboronexport company, potential foreign customers have shown their interest in the newest Orlan-10E (E stand for export-oriented, Eksportny) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
     
Russia is willing to strengthen its position at the global market of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), through the promotion of new vehicles. According to the Rosoboronexport company, potential foreign customers have shown their interest in the newest Orlan-10E (E stand for export-oriented, Eksportny) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The Orlan-10 is an unmanned aerial vehicle reported to have been produced for the Russian government at the Special Technological Centre of Saint Petersburg. (Source Wikipedia)
     
"We see that our foreign partner show the most substantial interest in Orlan-10E UAV that has fully revealed its high combat potential during the operation of Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria", the Deputy Director of Rosoboronexport, Sergey Goreslavsky said.

"We were lagging behind the biggest foreign manufacturers of UAVs for many years. Nevertheless, Russian developers have turned the tide, and the defense industry is increasing the production of the UAVs, being able to compete with their best foreign counterparts," he emphasized.

"We are conducting negotiations with several countries on the delivery of unmanned aerial vehicles. The interest in these systems (at the global market) is rapidly increasing. We suppose that new Tahion and Granat-4E UAVs, fbeing exploited by Russian Armed Force will be demanded by our partners," Goreslavsky added.

Rosoboronexport is marketing Tahion and Granat-4E, Granat-1J, Scat Supercam S-100, Skat Supercam S-640, Eleron-3, Eleron-10 fixed-wing UAVs, as well as BPV-37 and BPV-500 rotor-wing unmanned aerial vehicles. The company also offers UAVs under the 'Integrated security systems' program.
 

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