November, 28


    The Indian Air Force has received the first bulk manufacturing lot of the Dronaam counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) from Gurutvaa Systems. The shipment was made at the company's Pune, Maharashtra location and is part of an undisclosed quantity ordered by the IAF.
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