Emirates Defense Technology Joins Forces with Steadicopter to Deliver Reliable UAS

UAE-based Emirates Defense Technology (EDT), a provider of comprehensive defense solutions, has announced a strategic partnership with Steadicopter, a leading company in the rotary unmanned aerial systems (RUAS) industry. The collaboration will focus on supplying advanced rotary tactical unmanned aerial systems developed by Steadicopter to meet the needs of various customers within the UAE and other key market segments.

EDT CEO, Mohamed Bin Jabr Al Suwaidi, expressed his excitement about the partnership, stating that the company had been searching for a solution that would fit seamlessly with other products manufactured in the region. After thoroughly reviewing Steadicopter’s products, Al Suwaidi was confident that the company’s RUAV systems, which have been operationally proven by various armed forces worldwide, meet the high standards and requirements of EDT’s customers.

The Eagle family of products from Steadicopter offers a range of solutions for military, homeland security, and civilian applications. With the capability for vertical takeoff and landing, steady hovering, and advanced mission sensor suites for both day and night operations, the Eagle family provides comprehensive in-field solutions.

Noam Lidor, VP Sales, Marketing & Business Development at Steadicopter, expressed gratitude for EDT’s confidence in the company’s unique and proven systems. The two companies anticipate a long-term cooperation that will cater to the needs of various defense and homeland security organizations. At the upcoming IDEX exhibition in Abu Dhabi, Steadicopter will present the Black Eagle 50H in a new configuration, designed for intelligence missions in challenging environments and the protection of land and sea borders.

With this partnership, EDT and Steadicopter aim to provide comprehensive solutions for various end-users and contribute to the growth of the Unmanned Aerial Systems and drone industry.

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