The Spyx suicide drone, produced by the Israeli company BlueBird, which in turn is affiliated with IAI, the Moroccan branch, appeared for the first time.
The Spyx suicide drone has a long range of 50 kilometers, a survivability of 1.5 hours, a warhead of 2.5 kilograms, and a maximum weight of 10 kilograms.
The Spyx drone is launched across the rail.
BlueBird Aero Systems is an Israeli company that specializes in developing and manufacturing fixed-wing unmanned aircraft systems (UAVs). The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel.
BlueBird Aero Systems offers a variety of unmanned aircraft related products and solutions, including medium and small sized drones, control systems, ground stations and related software. BlueBird Aero Systems products are used in a wide range of applications including military reconnaissance, security and border control, environmental monitoring, agricultural applications, and more.
BlueBird Aero Systems is best known for its unmanned aerial vehicle, known as the SpyLite. SpyLite features easy manual take-off and landing and can provide real-time intelligence capability thanks to a variety of built-in sensors such as optical, thermal and laser cameras. The aircraft is characterized by its ability to operate for a long time and a long distance and is able to operate in a variety of weather conditions.
BlueBird Aero Systems is one of the leading companies in the drone industry in Israel and has achieved great success in providing many domestic and international customers with efficient and robust unmanned aerial solutions.