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SCR wins contract with Estonia for aerial targets


According to information published by SCR on May 6, 2021, the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Estonia has recently signed a framework agreement whereby the Spanish company SCR will supply aerial targets and provide services with them.

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SCR wins contract with Estonia for aerial targets SCRAB II target drone (Picture source: SCR)


It is a seven-year contract, awarded by the Estonian Centre for Defence Investments, that includes the acquisition of aerial targets and the provision of operation and training services by the SCR team in collaboration with the local company Bristol Trust OÜ.

The European countrys’s Armed Forces will start using SCR’s target drones in May when the first service within this framework contract is scheduled.

Thanks to this agreement, the company, based in Madrid (Spain), reinforces its international presence. In total, SCR’s targets are already serving in 15 different countries.

The SCRAB II is one of SCR’s target drones, powered by twin turbines.

The SCRAB II is a target drone designed and built to combine outstanding performance and maximum simplicity in operation and maintenance processes.

Its propulsion consists of two turbines operated autonomously by the onboard electronics of the target drone itself. The power of this configuration provides the SCRAB II with remarkable flight capacities, reaching speeds of up to 120 m/s.

The SCRAB II target drone can be used in missions that include the use of different types of weaponry, including, among others, STANDARD, HAWK, ROLAND or IRIS-T missiles. On the other hand, the system is prepared to accept a wide variety of payloads.