Kalashnikov Tests Upgraded Drones

Russia’s Kalashnikov Group has announced successful tests of a modified version of its Cube suicide drones, which obtained better combat capabilities by increasing the mass of their warheads.

Work is currently underway to develop new systems that will increase the accuracy of these drones in hitting their targets and help them avoid the effects of electronic warfare weapons.

The upgraded drones are lightweight, invisible, user-friendly and almost silent. They can be launched individually or in groups to accurately strike enemy targets.

These drones can reach speeds of up to 130 km/h, fly for about 30 minutes, carry an explosive payload weighing up to 3 kg, and accurately strike enemy personnel, vehicles and combat vehicles.

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