Dhaksha Unmanned Systems bags order from Indian Army

Coromandel International’s subsidiary, Dhaksha Unmanned Systems has bagged an order worth Rs 165 crore for defence and agri drones, from the Indian Army.

The order is for the supply of 200 medium altitude logistics drones and accessories to the Indian Army. 

Recently, Daksha Unmanned Systems had also bagged a 400-drone contract from agri inputs cooperative IFFCO for supply of agri-spraying drones.

These are planned to be delivered over the course of next 12 months.

Worth mentioning, the current year order for the company has exceeded Rs 165 crore including the order from defence and IFFCO.

About Dhaksha Unmanned Systems

Dhaksha is a leading manufacturer of drones for Defence, Agriculture and Enterprise applications.

They offer advanced defence drones include Swarm Drones, Kamikaze Drones, Delivery Drones, and Fixed Wing VTOLs.

The company transform Agriculture using Hybrid petrol engine based drones for spraying pesticides, liquid fertilizers, micronutrients, organic pesticides and weedicides.

In Enterprise applications, Dhaksha specialize in long range (up to 75 kms), high endurance (24x7x365) surveillance applications.

Worth mentioning, Dhaksha is 2021 winner of Mehar Baba Swarm Drone competition by Indian Airforce outperforming 154 competitors. 

It is also a strategic partner to MIT-Anna University for Drone Research & Development, and Drone Pilot Training.

Source: https://www.financialexpress.com/