Drones or otherwise known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are aircrafts which are remotely-piloted eliminating the need for a pilot to be on board during a given flight. In the civilian life, drones are a common occurrence and hardly will a week pass before you set your eyes on one.
They have an array of applications ranging from being mere hobby gadgets to their increasing use in professional photography and cinematography, intelligence, mapping, reconnaissance as well as target destination besides being used in rescue missions.
However, it’s their use in military operations that interest us today. Actually, the technology started in the military and nowadays there are several types of military drones that will blow your mind away.
UAVs can be used for autonomous flights, this being based on pre-programmed flight plans or through the help of more complex dynamic automation systems. It is good to appreciate the increasing role of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in solving certain conflicts and the execution of high-profile attacks just as is the case for the present day military planners.
This article will explore a brief history of the use of drones in military applications and the various categories of military drones based on size, their use and their complexity.
In a major boost for Indian Air Force’s unmanned warfare capability, the Defence Ministry has approved 54 Israeli HAROP attack drones which can crash into high-value enemy military targets to destroy them completely.
The Air Force already has an inventory of around 110 of these drones which have now been renamed as P-4. These are equipped with electro-optical sensors to loiter over high-value military targets such as surveillance bases and radar stations before exploding them.
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The DRDO Rustom is a Medium Altitude Long Endurance unmanned air vehicle (UAV) being developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation for the three services, Indian Army, Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force of the Indian Armed Forces. Rustom is derived from the NAL’s LCRA (Light Canard Research Aircraft) developed by a team under the leadership of late Prof Rustom Damania in the 1980s. The UAV will have structural changes and a new engine.Rustom will replace/supplement the Heron UAVs in service with the Indian armed forces
Unmanned combat aerial vehicle
An unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), also known as a combat drone or simply a drone, is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that usually carries aircraft ordnance such as missiles and is used for drone strikes. These drones are usually under real-time human control, with varying levels of autonomy.Aircraft of this type have no onboard human pilot.As the operator runs the vehicle from a remote terminal, equipment necessary for a human pilot are not needed, resulting in a lower weight and a smaller size than a manned aircraft. China, Israel, and the United States are widely recognized as industry leaders in UCAV technology.Several other countries have operational domestic UCAVs and many more have imported armed drones or have development programs under way
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