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Belarus' Grif-100Eh UAV offered to global market


Belarusian JSC Agat-Control Systems company has started the promotion of its newest Grif-100Eh unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on the global UAV market, according to the company`s portfolio.


Grif 100Eh Belarus 001 The Grif-100 UAV at Milex 2017 in Belarus


Belarusian JSC Agat-Control Systems company has started the promotion of its newest Grif-100Eh unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on the global UAV market, according to the company`s portfolio.

The manufacturer says the Grif-100Eh unmanned aerial system (UAS) is intended for optical-electronic and radiological reconnaissance, electronic warfare (EW), and monitoring of emergency cases.

The UAS incorporates up to four UAVs, interchangeable payloads, a visual/infrared gyrostabilized optical-electronic system, the APR or APR-3 jammer that disrupts GPS/GLONASS navigation devices and INMARSAT/THURAYA/IRIDIUM navigation systems, a ground control station (GCS), and logistics support assets.The GCS allows an operator to control up to two flying Grif-100Eh UAVs simultaneously.

The vehicle takes off and lands in automated mode. The Grif-100Eh has a weight of up to 180 kg, a range of up to 100 km, a static ceiling of up to 3,000 m, an average cruise speed of 120-140 km/h, and an endurance of up to five hours.The Grif-100Eh UAS can be integrated into existing battlefield management systems, the portfolio says. The UAS has a service life of no less than 15 years.


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