Ukraine | Troops receive 3D-printed UAVs from Germany
Defence Redefined
Published on 23/11/2023 at 16:36

The Ukrainian Armed Forces have reportedly received a 3D-printed long-range Unmanned Aerial Vehicle from Germany.

As part of the aid from an American-Ukrainian NGO and Germany’s Donaustahl GmbH, Ukrainian troops have received several Titan Falcon-type long-range UAVs, whose parts are products of 3D printing.

Already, three of these advanced UAVs have been manufactured and donated to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Two units are currently undergoing testing within Ukraine’s operational theatre.

The Titan Falcon features remarkable specifications, including a flight endurance of up to 6 hours and an operational range of 400 km. Equipped with an FPV (First Person View) camera for real-time surveillance, its modular design also allows for the installation of a 2.5-inch lens camera, enhancing its reconnaissance capabilities.

Notably, Titan Dynamics Inc, the innovation start-up behind these UAVs, has dedicated its expertise to developing 3D printable fixed-wing and Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft. 

Their primary focus lies in optimizing efficiency, maximizing utility, and extending the long-range capabilities of UAVs, while minimizing production costs.

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