Jackal UAV, developed by Fly BVLOS Technology, attracts great attention at the Defence and Security Equipment International DSEI exhibition, which started on September 13 in London.
The Jackal UAV, which fired missiles in the UK in October 2022, was widely covered in the international media, especially in the UK.
Jackal UAV attracts the attention of those who come to the fair with its different design and special usage concept. The Jackal UAV exhibited at the fair has 2 Thales LMM missiles on it.
IP rights are sold to UK
The IP rights of the Jackal UAV, designed and developed by Turkish engineers within Fly Bvlos, were purchased by the British company Flyby Technology last July.
The Jackal, which made its first flight on April 23, 2022, was exported to the UK on April 25, 2022. The Jackal, which was converted into a UCAV by the British company that bought it, fired its first shot with Thales’ LMM missile in October 2022.
Jackal, which attracted the attention of many companies from America, Asia and Europe and frequently mentioned in the international media, caused intense interest of the British after his shot with the missile.
The Jackal UAV is expected to enter the inventory of the British air, naval and land forces in the near future. It is known that the UK army is closely interested in the Jackal UAV.
Jackal’s new design, test and development process continues at Fly Bvlos Technology’s facilities in Kalecik, Ankara. In August, the company released images of the new version of the Jackal with 6 propulsive EDF engines.
Jackal is currently exhibited at DSEI in the UK, at ISAF2023 in Istanbul and at TADTE defence fairs in Taiwan.