Paras Aerospace Showcases Archer B8 Attack Drone At DefExpo

Archer-B8 UCAV can provide a tactical advantage in the combat arena and can identify, track and attack the enemy positions

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Pankaj Akula, CEO of Paras Aerospace

With a focus on the future of modern warfare, Paras Aerospace showcased its indigenously designed and developed Archer-B8 attack drone (UCAV), which can be used for attack operations during DefExpo in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.

According to the company, it can carry 8-mortar bomb ammunition and drop in a single sortie at the identified marked location. Also, dropping payload ammunition can be done by controlling munition-dropping manually or autonomously at predefined marked positions.

By providing a tactical advantage to frontline soldiers in combat operations, Archer-B8 attack drones can identify, track and attack the enemy positions. Thus, helping in minimizing battlefield casualties while providing strategic combat advantage, the company said in a statement.

Pankaj Akula, CEO of Paras Aerospace, said, “In today’s combat and surveillance scenarios, the drones are playing an important role right from monitoring, tracking and even destroying the enemy positions. Archer-B8 is a definite advantage for the armed forces and homeland security agencies for surveillance and security operations. If a soldier being assisted with Archer-B8 that can monitor remotely the enemy position and even attack those without becoming prone to enemy’s weapon fire.”

Paras Aerospace is a subsidiary of Paras Defence and Space Technologies Ltd., which specialises in designing and manufacturing drone cameras including dual EO-IR stabilisation, thermal sensors and laser locator for long-range observation.

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