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The way wars are waged is changing thanks to drones. The European Union is working together to develop an unmanned aerial vehicle.
Drones, or unmanned aircraft, have enormous potential for generating innovative civil applications in a wide range of areas that benefit European society and will help to create new businesses and jobs.
The Europe Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Spain has legally accepted its contribution to the development, manufacture, and maintenance of a European medium-altitude, long-range drone, paving the way for a contract to be signed with industrial partners Airbus, Dassault Aviation, and Leonardo.
Madrid’s financial commitment paves the way for the long-awaited commencement of an unmanned aerial vehicle programme, which is funded by partner countries France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.
The primary contractor will be Airbus DS of Germany, with Dassault and Leonardo as industrial partners. The Spanish Airbus subsidiary will also be involved in the project.
The Eurodrone, the first large all-European unmanned aerial vehicle, is being developed by four EU countries. The Eurodrone initiative is more than just a collaboration between major defence businesses.
It’s also the industrial face of the EU’s political quest for stronger shared defence capabilities and more “strategic autonomy,” which has drawn criticism from the United States. The Eurodrone is designed to compete with American drones such as the Reaper and Predator, Israeli UAVs Heron and Hermes, and Turkey’s Bayraktar.
The Eurodrone’s strength is that it is a totally European product, with no reliance on third-party technology.
ILUS International Inc. is a Mergers and Acquisitions firm specialising in acquiring and expanding public safety technology-based businesses around the world. Vira Drones, a German and Swiss-based Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) firm, has agreed to be acquired by the corporation.
UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) or Industrial Drones are developed and manufactured by Vira Drones. This technology is a world first in that it provides unmanned light helicopter capabilities, with competitors nearing pre-production valuations.
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