The PD-2 UAS is a ready-to-use, versatile and modular solution designed to perform a variety of missions over a wide geographic range and is military-approved. The system uses high-end technology, AES 128/256 encryption, advanced payload and anti-jamming technology.
The PD-2 UAS is ideal for military use, border control, surveillance, power line inspection, aerial photography, agriculture, search and rescue, and public safety applications.
The PD-2 UAV is a modular design, all airframe parts are fixed with "quick link locks", and no tools are required to assemble or disassemble the UAV. The modular design allows interchangeability of all airframe components, payloads and other onboard equipment.
One more thing: PD-2 can be assembled or converted from fixed wing configuration to VTOL in 15 minutes.
The experience of the Russian-Ukrainian war soon revealed the need for drones, mainly for reconnaissance. Volunteers purchased civilian equipment, which they either used "as is" or modified for war needs.
Volunteer organization "People's Project" was formed to help the Ukrainian army in eastern Ukraine. In order to import modern drones, the group faces the reluctance of some foreign companies to sell their equipment.
As a countermeasure, an unmanned aerial vehicle PD-1 was developed in cooperation with UkrSpecSystems, which was produced in 2020 to meet the needs of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
In 2020, UkrSpecSystems developed the PD-2 drone, a major modernization of the PD-1, adding payload, communication range and other improvements.
On June 22, 2022, a PD-1 or?? PD-2 (allegedly) drone successfully launched a suicide attack on an oil refinery in Novosakhtinsk, Rostov Oblast, causing damage to the facility severely damaged.
+10 hours (including full load)
+220 km data link (with tracking antenna)
5500 m / 18050 ft ASL
-10C to +45C
Search and rescue
Gas and Oil Inspection
State Border Patrol
Border and Coast Guard
Security and Surveillance