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12:10 PM, May 31, 2016
Kalashnikov to Unveil UAV Control System
ZALA 421-08 is micro unmanned aerial vehicle

Russian Zala Aero will exhibit its new small-scale real-time control system RCS-7 that can be used to control drones as well as any other robotic vehicles, including terrestrial and submerged ones during KADEX-2016 exhibition.

The new control system works without an operating system.

"Today, the total number of UAVs built by Zala is over 2,000. Having proved their high-performance characteristics, these are used by the Interior Ministry and the Emergency Ministry on a large scale, as well as other armed organizations in Russia," Kalashnikov CEO Alexei Krivoruchko said in a press release Tuesday.

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