A multirotor mini-UAV developed by Turkey’s Zyrone Dynamics is ready to be exported to India’s DCM Shriram which has a 30% stake in the Ankara-based company.
Zyrone Dynamics is preparing for the first product delivery to its Indian partner. Thirty percent of the company was sold to India-based DCM Shriram Industries for $3.5 million with the agreement made at the 15th International Defense Industry Fair in August this year.
Zyrone Dynamics will carry out the first export of the mini multi-rotor UAV platform, ZCQM before the end of the year, and will continue to deliver in batches in 2022. The company is expected to deliver nearly 100 drone systems by next year, Daily Sabah newspaper reported Friday.
The company will also make demo flights in India in March 2022, and is making plans to expand to Far East countries via India.
Zyrone Dynamics has completed the international military certification processes for the ZCQM platform, which was tested in different weather conditions such as desert, sandstorm, arctic cold, heavy showers and snowstorms etc., and met the requirements of international military certification (MIL-STD-810G).
The ZCQM reconnaissance drone can stay in the air for 80 minutes at an altitude of 1.2 kilometres.