Kaluga electromechanical plant to launch production of drones

Kaluga electromechanical plant (KEMZ) of Automatica Concern (part of Roselectronica Holding within Rostec State Corporation) will launch the production of unmanned aerial vehicles. The corresponding agreement was signed with UAV developer — Turing Flying Machines LLC. The first pre-production samples of the T-300 and TFM-15 unmanned aircraft systems have already been produced at the Kaluga enterprise. 

The T-300 and TFM-15 are two types of aircraft-type drones with vertical takeoff and landing in two different weight classes. The design of the machines is based on a scalable, configurable and easily upgraded platform that allows to transport loads of various specifics, large volumes, as well as place a wide range of attachments on it.

First samples of T-300 and TFM-15 produced in Kaluga were presented during the signing of the agreement. 

"We are ready to release new products on our site. Thanks to the successful implementation of federal targeted technical re-equipment programs, today we have a high-quality production base for the manufacture of high-tech equipment. Last year, we built two new blocks with a total area of almost 3 thousand square meters. Today, our company employs 1,350 highly qualified specialists, which is a good human resource potential. In addition, we have another production site in Kaluga — the Kalugapribor plant. Successful joint implementation of large projects gives us confidence in fulfilling large orders in the shortest possible time," said Evgeny Zolotnitsky, CEO of KEMZ.

According to Rostec State Corporation



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