India Opts For Small, High-Altitude SpyLite UAS

The Indian Army has ordered a high-altitude unmanned aircraft system developed by Israeli company Bluebird Aero Systems. SpyLite, which weighs 9.5 kg (21 lb.) and has a wingspan of 275 cm (9 ft.), can conduct real-time surveillance and target acquisition missions in extreme weather conditions. For...

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