Aeronautics Signs $10M Orbiter Deal with South American Country

As part of the agreement, Aeronautics will provide the client with Orbiter 2 and Orbiter 3 UAVs, as well as maintenance and support services

Orbiter 2 UAV (Credit: Aeronautics)

Israeli drone maker Aeronautics is set to expand a pre-existing contract with an unspecified government client in South America by $10 million, the company announced Tuesday.

As part of the agreement, Aeronautics will provide the client with Orbiter 2 and Orbiter 3 UAVs, as well as maintenance and support services.

"The Orbiter family is at the forefront of UAV technology in the world and continues to drive the company forward and win the praise and confidence of our customers,” said Aeronautics CEO Amos Matan. “The Orbiter UAVs can carry out a wide range of missions and the benefits they provide to the ground and air forces in the various armies, both on the battlefield as well as policing missions and protecting borders, are decisive.”

 

[Sources: CTech, The Jerusalem Post]

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