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Rheinmetall and AeroVironment Join Forces

An Iowa Army National Guard cavalry scout performs pre-flight checks on an AeroVironment PUMA UAS during a class at Camp Nothing Hill, Kosovo [USANG photo: SSgt Tawny Schmit]

Teaming for tactical drones ~ Rheinmetall and AeroVironment join forces to compete for NATO Special Forces project.

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Press Release, Düsseldorf, 08 February 2023 Rheinmetall and AeroVironment, an American unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) manufacturer, have teamed to take part in a NATO Special Forces project.

Group subsidiary Rheinmetall Technical Publications GmbH and AeroVironment have applied to participate in a procurement programme for a small UAS intended for Special Operations and infantry applications. The system must be capable of operating in all conditions and environments, quick to deploy, hand launchable, have a maximum weight of ten kilos, and an operating range of 30 kilometres.

Rheinmetall and AeroVironment are ideally suited for developing and putting forward a compelling solution. AeroVironment is an industry leader in the design, development and production of unmanned aircraft systems. Its Puma 3 AE UAS is in operation with armed forces around the world, while its modular concept offers the optimum platform for a small UAS for Special Forces.

A certified aviation technology company, Rheinmetall Technical Publications is a systems house for tactical drones. Benefiting from decades long experience, Rheinmetall has the necessary expertise to introduce, support, and adapt drone systems to meet customer specifications.

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