Indian Army introduces Hexacopter Drone mounted with machine gun

The drone with cutting-edge technology has been developed by an Indian start up under the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
Hexacopter Drone
Hexacopter Drone

New Delhi: In a major step to further bolster self reliance in Armed Forces, the Indian Army has introduced a domestic hexacopter drone armed with a machine gun. The drone with cutting-edge technology has been developed by an Indian start up under the ‘Make in India’ initiative.

The innovative Sirin Hexadrones with cutting-edge technology has been made by Ikran Aerospace and Technologies Pvt Ltd. The drones were demonstrated alongside newly inducted weapons during integrated small arms firing, in the presence of General Officer Commanding Vajra Corps of the Western Command, Indian Army.

The Ikran Aerospace is a startup led by a veteran Capt. Vidul Kelshikar (Retired). The hexacopter drone represents the pinnacle of indigenous UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) technology. The start specializes in designing, prototyping, producing, and distributing advanced, customized UAVs for diverse industries.

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