US Drone Makers Send Drones To Ukraine To Fight Russians
With DJI under fire for allegedly helping the Russian military, US drone makers, such as Brinc and Skydio, see an opportunity to showcase their unmanned aircraft and are sending drones to Ukraine to help fight the Russian military.
According to news reports, over half a dozen U.S. companies have donated or sold their drones and drone-defense technologies to Ukraine, aiding the country’s defense by providing reconnaissance, intelligence gathering, and photographing wartime atrocities.
According to the US drone makers, their Blue sUAS offer superior security over off-the-shelf DJI drones, such as the DJI Mavic 3.
BRINC donates drones to Ukraine
Last month, BRINC donated 10 drones to Ukraine and sold another 50 drones to Ukraine.
According to Chief Executive Blake Resnick, BRINC drones are being used by members of Ukraine’s State Emergency Service in their search-and-rescue operations and espionage efforts, reports the WSJ.
Mr. Resnick added that unmanned…