EDGE Group has showcased major investments in technology innovation and prioritised artificial intelligence (AI) across its product and solutions during its participation at UMEX 2022.
EDGE unveiled its swarming drones application for the HALCON Hunter series of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), HALCON’s 7IS remote control weapon station (RCWS), as well as the latest member of ADASI’s tactical unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) series, SCORPIO-B. EDGE also displayed a wide portfolio of technological and unmanned solutions including fixed-wing and rotary-wing platforms, precision-guided systems, loitering munitions and armed robotic vehicles.
Faisal Al Bannai, Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, EDGE Group, said,
"Our ability to quickly develop state-of-the-art products and solutions is a result of EDGE’s commitment to research and innovations that make the world more connected and secure. We are proud to wrap up another successful UMEX, and to have showcased our disruptive solutions, transformative technologies and advancements in our sovereign capabilities."
"As domains converge and new threats emerge, EDGE continues to strategically invest in AI and machine learning (ML) technology development as a key contributor in achieving technological overmatch for the UAE and its allies. We have our sights set on becoming an international leader in developing robotics, advanced autonomous systems, advanced propulsion systems and smart materials for defence users," he added.
News Source: Emirates News Agency