A future Balakot-like surgical strike against terrorist targets may not require the Indian Air Force to deploy its conventional manned assets, as a team which includes members from government-run HAL and a private Bengaluru-based startup NewSpace Research and Technologies, is working to develop the first domestically produced military ‘swarm drones’. A team of engineers and software experts from Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and NewSpace Research and Technology are working on this entire project. The team of HAL and Nuspace Research and Technology is working on it to prepare its prototypes within the next two years. The name of these drones is – Alpha-S or Air Launch Flexible Asset (Swarms).
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The ALFA-S swarming drone has two folding wings and it is 1 to 2 meters long. Many drones have been fitted inside the canisters below the wings of the Indian Air Force. Pilots fly from one place where they are protected from enemy aircraft and missiles and leave the drones. The drones are powered by a battery which gives them speed of more than 100 kilometers per hour. The battery is designed to last for a few hours, in which time swarms can reach its set goal. The first drone prototype is likely to be deployed in place of Hawk Advanced Jet Trainers being manufactured under the license in Hindustan Aeronautics. However, the drone is to be launched from any Indian Air Force aircraft – fighter jet and transport.
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