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Georgian company Delta unveils new Multi-function Unmanned Helicopter 2905153

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Aviation defence equipment technology - Delta Multi-function UAV
 
 
Georgian company Delta unveils new Multi-function Unmanned Helicopter
 
Georgia recently unveiled a new unmanned attack and reconnaissance helicopter produced by the state research and development center Delta. This new UAV has been displayed for the first time on Roses Square in Tbilisi, during Georgia's Independence Day celebration on May 26. Delta, which was established in 2010, was subordinate to the Georgian Ministry of Defense until 2014, but is now controlled by the Georgian Ministry of Economy.
     
Georgia recently unveiled a new unmanned attack and reconnaissance helicopter produced by the state research and development center Delta. This new UAV has been displayed for the first time on Roses Square in Tbilisi, during Georgia's Independence Day celebration on May 26. Delta, which was established in 2010, was subordinate to the Georgian Ministry of Defense until 2014, but is now controlled by the Georgian Ministry of Economy.
Delta new Multi-function Unmanned Helicopter showcased during Georgia's Independence Day
     
The Multi-function Unmanned Helicopter designed and produced by Delta may be used for military as well as for civil purposes.

The unmanned helicopter showcased during Georgia's Independence Day was equipped with two M134 Minigun 7.62x51 mm NATO six-barreled machine guns and two pods for four unguided rockets. There is also built-in optical-electronic monitoring system located in nose part.

According to Delta, the Multi-mission Unmanned Helicopter is based on the EXEC 162F helicopter, manufactured by RotorWay International.

As a multi-mission system, this unmanned helicopter can perform a comprehensive range of tasks, such as border monitoring by using radiolocation, optical and IR sensors; radio and electronic signals transmission; as well as combat missions thanks to the weapon systems fitted on it.

Apart from aviation products, Delta also produces armored vehicles, artillery, explosive weapons and other military equipment.