According to a source, the Indian Army would receive technical knowledge and skills in drone technology from drone producer Garuda Aerospace. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a former captain of the Indian men’s cricket team, is the drone manufacturer’s investor and ambassador, the report said. As per the reports, the company gives the Indian Army the technological know-how it needs to employ drones more productively in contemporary conflict. The company’s Series A investment round, according to the report, just got underway.
Garuda Aerospace, a drone manufacturer, is prepared to give the Indian Army technical knowledge and skills on its drone technology. It would also analyse the procedures and make suggestions for how to lessen the risk of Indian soldiers.The Indian Army will reportedly employ the technological know-how and expertise of Garuda Aerospace’s technology to operate the drones more efficiently in contemporary warfare. According to the report, the company recently launched a $30 million (approximately Rs. 240 crore) Series A investment round at a $250 million (about Rs. 2,000 crore) valuation.
The Indian Army would apparently leverage the technical know-how of Garuda Aerospace’s technology to operate the drones more efficiently in modern warfare. According to the article, the company just started a $30 million (approximately Rs. 240 crore) Series A investment round at a $250 million (about Rs. 2,000 crore) valuation.Garuda Aerospace and Swiggy had partnered back in May. According to the collaboration agreement, both businesses will start testing drone-delivered groceries in Delhi-NCR and Bengaluru.