UAVOS and EDGE to Collaborate on Joint Research and Development Centre for Autonomous Solutions

GRADEONE, a defense trading specialist focused on the manufacturing of non-lethal pyrotechnics, ammunition, defense-related components, and packing solutions, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with UAVOS, a developer and manufacturer of advanced unmanned systems. The partnership aims to establish a joint research and development, production, and commercialization center for autonomous solutions and weapon systems.

Under the MoU, the center will initially focus on the development of laser-based counter UAV solutions and high-speed aerial targets for the region. Additionally, the two companies will collaborate on key areas, such as the development and adoption of security technology for autonomous platforms, including piloted aircraft conversion.

Khalifa Al Ali, Managing Director of GRADEONE, stated that the strategic partnership will strengthen autonomous capabilities and specialized products in the UAE market and beyond. He added that the joint research and development center with UAVOS will enable them to meet the needs of clients in local and international markets for unique, state-of-the-art autonomous solutions and weapon systems.

Vadim Tarasov, Board Member at UAVOS, expressed his enthusiasm about formalizing their long-term partnership with GRADEONE. He added that the collaboration will leverage the best talent and ideas from both companies to produce innovative solutions for the future of the autonomous systems industry.

GRADEONE specializes in defense trading and services, providing various solutions to military and defense sectors, including army, special forces, navy, air force, law enforcement, and search and rescue services. The company also offers sporting and hunting equipment, supplies, and accessories. GRADEONE is part of the Trading & Mission Support cluster within EDGE, one of the world’s leading advanced technology groups.

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