Ukraine develops a $200 homing system for FPV drones (video)

The Ukrainian company Ptashka Drones has introduced a homing system that allows an FPV drone to aim at a target without operator intervention.

The system also allows you to monitor the goal and change goals.

“We have the ability to cancel and adjust the target. We have the ability to target a moving target,” the developers say.

The system is currently only suitable for drones from Bird Drone.

Thanks to this system, the drone can operate without operator intervention before hitting the target.

The system costs $200. Such systems are usually created through “machine vision” and building an algorithm for the drone’s operation during a loss of communication.

With such a system with machine vision, the operator will need to select a target, and the drone will be able to fly to it independently, even under the influence of electronic interference.

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