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A drone with a can-doom attitude

Thursday, June 6, 2019   (0 Comments)

By Kelsey D. Atherton  |  June 5, 2019  |  C4ISRNET

 

A 40mm canister is an unusual form factor for a quadcopter, but not an unproductive one. Like the endless variation on a simple form seen in beetles, quadcopters combine four rotors, internal sensors and remote direction with the adaptability to fit into any ecological niche.

Drone 40, produced by Melbourne-based defense technology firm DefendTex, is a drone whose niche involves a 40mm grenade launcher. It is a range expander for infantry, a new and novel loitering munition, and a testament to the second-order effects of a thriving drone parts ecosystem. READ MORE...


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