Low-noise, VTOL UAS is developed for deep penetration spying
Gathering intelligence beyond its borders has always been a prime need for Israeli intelligence and military operations. Now the quiet, electric-powered, 70-kt. Panther unmanned aerial system (UAS) has been developed and flown by Israel Aerospace Industriesâ€™ (IAI) Malat division to expand that clandestine capability. Panther, from the classified projects section of IAI, was designed to conduct low-noise surveillance operations at up to 60 km. (37 ft.) by a ground team of two while in ...
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