On February 18, the second flight testing of the UAV-based ELINT complex Gekata took place. The main purpose of which was to establish the critical operating conditions of the complex.
The ongoing tests will make it possible to take into account the results obtained in further work to ensure the operability of the complex in difficult conditions.
“The tests were successful and in accordance with the plan, we were able to record all the necessary characteristics for further work,” – Yaroslav Kalinin, company CEO, has told.
As we mentioned earlier, the Gekata drone took to the sky for the first time at the end of December 2021. The main element of the Gekata system is a 10-kilogram suite with radio reconnaissance equipment, which is installed on the PD-2 drone. The whole complex consists of a ground control station and six drones with Gekata electronic intelligence/communications intelligence suite.