Posted 31 March 2018 - 08:29 AM
The first Kamikaze unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) of Armenian production are at the experimental stage now and can be used in the near future, representative of the KBX company Armen Vardanyan told Armenian News - NEWS.am correspondent within the the ArmHiTec 2018 international exhibition of arms and defense technologies.
According to him, the device was designed about 7 years ago, but it has interested nobody, and a month later after April 2016 escalation has been tested for the first time. He noted that there are more difficult models of Kamikaze, but their designed one is unique.
"It was designed and produced in Armenia," Vardanyan explained.
Besides Kamikaze, the company also presented several other models of unmanned aerial vehicles at the international exhibition.
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Posted 01 April 2018 - 11:16 AM
YEREVAN. – The KBX company of Armenia has manufactured an “unmanned tank.”
Speaking to Armenian News-NEWS.am during the ArmHiTec 2018 international exhibition of arms and defense technologies which is held in Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan, company representative Davit Nikoghosyan said this “tank” weighs about 200kg and it can carry up to 300kg of load.
“This is a universal platform; it will change its purpose depending on what you will install [on it],” he said. “For example, if you install a camera, you will be able to use it for intelligence purposes. If you install a weapon, it can hit an object.”
But in the company representative’s words, even though this gear is unique in its kind, it is not yet used because it still needs to go through certain tests.
Nikoghosyan added that this “unmanned tank” operates on electric motors.
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Posted 03 April 2018 - 10:48 AM
YEREVAN. – Armenia-based Davisur company that is engaged in the production of military equipment and accessories, has been working with the Ministry of Defense of Armenia for many years.
The most important Davisur-made products are bulletproof vests, which are worn by the military on the front line.
“We are gradually developing our products. Now we want to ensure that we also produce the core of a bulletproof vest. The so-called fourth-class armored plates are manufactured in Armenia, and they protect the serviceman. Our goal is to increase the safety,” Ruben Hayrapetyan, the company's chief engineer, told Armenian News -NEWS.am during ArmHiTec-2018 exhibition.
Davisur presented its products at the ArmHiTec-2018 International Arms and Defense Technologies Exhibition that is held in Yerevan these days.
According to Hayrapetyan, the Armenia-made equipment is in no way inferior to foreign products.
“We can compete with foreign companies, while our products are several times cheaper, and the quality is quite high,” he said.
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