The Washington Post has released an article detailing BRINC‘s donation of 10 specialized quadcopter Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to Ukraine, along with a team of drone pilots who conducted a two-day training course with first responders, military officers and 10 others from the Ukrainian Emergency Service.
The article explains how BRINC’s Lemur drone can be used for targeting and reconnaissance missions, with the ability to push open a blocked door, enter confined spaces, and flip over and fly should it get knocked on its back.
BRINC’s Lemur drone can be used to:
- Soar above ridgelines and buildings to peer down at enemy forces
- Feed targeting locations to artillery units
- Provide reconnaissance information to commanders.