OVES Enterprise Invests 100,000 Euros in a New Small-Sized Drone Manufacturing Line

OVES Enterprise, a software development company and drone manufacturer, is expanding its drone production and investing 100,000 euros in a new line dedicated to manufacturing small-sized drones equipped with Artificial Intelligence, capable of operating in larger groups (swarms) and coordinated through centralized control systems.

Currently, the new production line serves a single drone model, Ajeet, designed to operate in groups. However, Ajeet can also function individually for various tasks, mainly involving surveillance and loitering.

The new drone produced by OVES Enterprise is intended for private companies in the defense sector, which have ongoing contracts and commitments to governmental organizations involved in multiple operations, as well as governments / military from different regions of the world.

“Advancing in all these discussions about drones, while maintaining a close connection with our partners in conflict zones, we realized that we need to build a drone model that can carry out important missions and, at the same time, use <<swarming>> technology. In the near future, in theaters of operations, we will find swarms of drones carrying out complex missions. An intelligent way of fighting is to use small-sized drones, whose costs are in the order of hundreds of dollars, to neutralize, for example, tanks worth several million dollars”, says Mihai Filip, CEO of OVES Enterprise, noting that, although small in size, the Ajeet drones comply with all current standards, such as the BMS (Battery Management System – mandatory from this year) or the fact that each drone must have a transponder so that it can be precisely located at any moment.

In addition to the hardware solution, OVES Enterprise also provides the software part of the drone and has successfully integrated AI, which helps in connecting the drones, transmitting information from one drone to another, and operating as a whole.

The new drones can interpret information, make autonomous decisions during flight, and adapt the way they fly. For example, if they detect threats during missions, they can decide to fly all very low and grouped or very spread out, depending on the nature of the threats.

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