Garuda Aerospace Pvt Ltd, one of India’s leading drone companies, continues to supply and support the Indian Army by supplying drones and pilots to accelerate technological developments. The Indian Army has expressed keen interest in utilizing Garuda Aerospace’s expertise and technical knowledge in the field of drone technology to utilize drones more effectively in modern warfare. The drone startup was asked to send its technical team to undertake the modification and help the military maintain timelines and operational tempo while performing its duties to the nation.
Mine clearance is an inherently dangerous operation and the Indian Army is constantly striving to improve the speed, cost and efficiency of this process. The military also intends to promote the use of drones in integral day-to-day activities as well as enhance the effectiveness of special missions by detecting, deterring and disrupting transnational organized crime networks. Garuda Aerospace will analyze practices and propose a solution using its “Make in India” drones to reduce the vulnerability of Indian soldiers and the manual labor involved in providing reconnaissance and logistical support.
Speaking of this collaboration, Mr. Agnishwar Jayaprakash, Founder and CEO, Garuda Aerospace
“Garuda Aerospace has created significant traction by deploying drones for unique applications to support the Indian Army and will now use multi-purpose drones for strategic and tactical operations. This collaboration will also help meet defense requirements and enable great companies like ours to leverage our expertise.As an Indian citizen, I am immensely proud to serve the nation and delighted to commit to delivering Indian-made drones to support the Jawans on the front lines. drones are designed with artificial intelligence and machines that are quick to learn.
The company recently launched its $30 million Series A at a valuation of $250 million. Former Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has invested and is also the company’s brand ambassador. Dhoni holds the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel of the Indian Territorial Army Parachute Regiment.