The Come Back Alive Foundation for Competent Military Assistance has purchased 57 quadcopters from Autel Robotics for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
What we know
Autel Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are popular because the enemy cannot track the location of the drone operator. This is a weakness of DJI quadcopters, since the Russians can use DJI Aeroscope to quickly find out where the UAV was launched from.
The charity has spent ₴3,860,657 (nearly $105,000) on 57 drones. "Come Back Alive" bought fifty Autel Evo Nano quadcopters, six Autel EVO II Dual 640T with night optics, one Autel EVO Lite and six sets of components.
Payments for the drones were made in cryptocurrency. Soon all 57 drones from Autel Robotics will be sent to the front and will help the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the fight against the Russian occupiers.
Source: Come Back Alive
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