New Delhi (EMS). To further strengthen India’s security, the Indian Navy is soon inducting the first indigenously built Starliner drone ‘Drishti-10’ into its security fleet. It has been developed indigenously by Adani Defense and Aerospace with the help of Israel. It is being told that 70 percent of its equipment is made indigenously. According to the information, the drone will be deployed at Porbandar Naval Base next month. Let us tell you that Naval Chief Admiral R Hari Kumar also flagged off the Drishti 10 Starliner unmanned drone yesterday. Everyone is praising this drone. Dasasal Drishti 10 Starliner is indigenously manufactured. It has been handed over by Adani Defense and Aerospace within 10 months under the agreement with the Navy. This drone has also received Staneg 4671 certificate. Due to this, it can also operate in the airspace of NATO members.
While flagging off the drone, the Navy Chief said that drone attacks on sea vessels are increasing continuously from the Indian Ocean to the Arabian Sea, in such a situation, Drishti-10 will play an important role in identifying the challenges and destroying them in advance. China and Pakistan have a large number of UAVs, so this drone is now going to increase their troubles.
The main feature of Drishti 10 Starliner is that no matter what the weather, this drone can fly continuously for 36 hours. With a payload capacity of 450 kg, this drone provides advanced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platform. This drone can monitor all types of challenges in continuous flight for up to 1000 miles. This drone is also capable of identifying threats and attacking them in advance. This unmanned drone will increase the capability of the Navy in the changing era of maritime security. It will be deployed in Porbandar. It will be deployed at Porbandar Naval Base next month. It has been approved to fly in both civil and isolated airspace.
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