UMS Skeldar completes trials of its Skeldar V-200 UAV in Finland


According to a press release published by UMS Skeldar on October 19, 2021, SKELDAR V-200 successfully demonstrates its naval capabilities performing day and night search and rescue missions from Finnish ship Turva using fully automatic take-off and landing (ATOL) as part of the ongoing Finnish Border Guard Valvonta2 project.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 Skeldar V-200 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (Picture source: UMS Skeldar)


The project aims to achieve an understanding of how authorities could use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for diverse and demanding operations at sea both now and in future scenarios.

The platform of choice for maritime-based missions worldwide, the V-200 has been previously selected by the German, Royal Canadian, Belgian and Royal Netherlands Navies, providing embedded ‘eye in the sky’ intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities to enhance its capacity to perform primary and secondary missions.

The SKELDAR V-200 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) provides unmatched technology for land and sea operations.

The SKELDAR V-200 is maritime ready. On watch, all the time, real-time and unmatched in its class. The fact that it is not just an open interface to Battlefield Management System (BMS) and C4ISR systems, but also 4586 STANAG compliant, makes it easier to implement on any maritime vessel.

With a double payload capability and uniquely incorporating Heavy Fuel, the SKELDAR V-200 is the perfect Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for maritime and naval operations.


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