Czech drone manufacturer Primoco UAV SE has sold 8 new aircraft – sUAS News – The Business of Drones

Primoco UAV SE, Czech drone manufacturer, today announced the signing of a new contract for the delivery of 8 One 150 unmanned aerial vehicles. The value of these transactions amounts to 6.8 million euros.

“The contract for eight aircraft for a total of 6.8 million euros plus an option for the delivery of sixteen additional aircraft has been signed with a non-European customer. The delivery includes drones, sensors, control stations and training,” said Ladislav Semetkovský, CEO of the company. Actual delivery will take place in the first half of 2023 and is subject to approval by the Licensing Administration of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic.

The announcement of the sale of 8 drones comes after Primoco UAV SE signed a contract for the delivery of two One 150 drones worth 1.7 million euros to a European customer in October 2022. This year, the Czech manufacturer has seen increased interest in drones, especially from the military sector. In the first half of 2022, the company delivered a total of 7 drones and achieved record sales of CZK 102.8 million.

Primoco UAV SE develops and produces the civilian and military One 150 unmanned aircraft, capable of flying autonomously according to programmed flight plans. The main characteristics of the aircraft are its size, its maximum take-off weight of 150 kg, its endurance of 15 hours, its range of 1800 km, its cruising speed of 120 km/h, its payload of 30 kg and its fully automatic take-off and landing. The company focuses on civil and military aerospace applications, particularly in the fields of energy, border and coastal security, fire monitoring and search and rescue operations. The company’s aircraft are in operation on four continents. Primoco UAV is a listed company on the Prague Stock Exchange on the PX START market.

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