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“Albatros will invest 100 million of its own money to expand UAV production

“Albatros produces unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The company also develops software for tasks such as flight execution and photo and video processing. Last summer, Albatros received 35 million rubles in investments.

The transfer of facilities to Tatarstan will allow to increase the production of the UAVs themselves and organize the development of individual components of attachments.

CEO Andrei Frolov announced new investments and plans to localize production.

“In 2023 we plan to invest in production more than 100 million rubles of accumulated profit, which will allow us to open the 2nd production line, create about 100 jobs and reach the level of localization of production of 55%”, – said Frolov.

We are already developing drones for use in agriculture, as well as vehicles for counting animals and searching for lost people.

As Kirill Kayem, vice-president of innovations of Skolkovo fund, noted at the Russian Venture Forum, drones in Russia today are not limited to the military sphere, they are widely used in civilian areas. Drones are especially needed in agriculture.

Earlier it became known that the Russian authorities are going to create a separate fund to finance the developers of simulators for the management of drones. Experts say it could help train operators for real drones.

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