“We are actually making improvements to the aircraft not only in the performance but also technological aspects. Our key advantages include a maximum degree of automation, i.e. fully automatic take-off, flight according to flight plan and fully automatic landing. In any phase of the flight, the pilot can make a change or a manoeuvre. All these features significantly increase the safety of the air navigation” says Ladislav Semetkovský, CEO and founder of the company. Furthermore, the aircraft is able to carry additional devices according to the focus of the mission, for example radar systems, camera systems, special electronics, etc., so it is suitable for use in a wide range of areas.
In the first quarter of 2017, the company plans to implement satellite communication, which is suitable for communication with aircraft at sea and in remote parts of the world where standard radio coverage is restrictive.
Given their flexible applications, Primoco UAV’s unmanned aerial vehicles, model One 100 and One 150 has stimulated business interest in a variety of industrial, agricultural and security areas. The company has customers especially in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, China, South Africa, Benin, Chile, Malta, Finland and other countries. In addition, the preparation of the license production in Russia and China is underway. Moreover, the Primoco UAV offers also outsourcing tailor-made solutions for ad hoc projects, which require special technologies.
The anticipated volume of aircraft supplies in 2017 will be 50 aircraft. All transactions are subject to approval of the Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Czech Republic.
Primoco UAV SE was also awarded this year with a place among “the Czech Best 100”, which are 100 most successful Czech companies in the field of innovation and development within cultural, scientific and technological disciplines.
About the aircraft:
The aircraft Primoco UAV kicked off mass production of UAV after two years of development. It is a civil unmanned aerial vehicle able to fly entirely independently according to the programmed flight plans. The key characteristics of the aircraft especially include its size, 10-hour endurance, 1,500 km range and fully autonomous take-off and landing. Its applications are primarily in the energy sector, agriculture, border protection and search and rescue.