The Czech company Free Horizons displayed an armed version of the Argus Predator UAV equipped with a 40mm grenade launcher at the international homeland security exhibition Milipol 2021 in Paris, France.
For more clarity, the tracking laser is connected to the camera, which displays the incident beam spot in the target, allowing the operator to aim very accurately. Any standard 40mm grenade can be launched from the grenade launcher according to the user's needs. The use of armed drones of this type will reduce the number of team members required for intervention. The use of this versatile modern technology can cause psychological effects.
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