Zala KYB is built on the combat experience of the Russian armed forces in Syria from 2015 to 2018 and is currently operated by the Russian military.
The UAV The above can carry a variety of weapons with high accuracy in military operations based on target coordinates. It can be used as a suicide UAV to destroy small targets on the ground, at sea as well as thinly armored targets.
Ukraine claimed to have shot down a Zala KYB armed with an explosive device in the Podilskyi district of Kiev in March 2022 when Russia attacked the country.
Zala KYB has a wingspan of 1.21 meters, a length of 0.95 meters and a height of 0.165 meters. It can be used for missions such as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, as well as attack targets. In particular, this UAV integrates image recognition technology based on artificial intelligence (AIVI) to identify and classify targets in real time.
The standard version of the Zala KYB can be launched from a catapult. After being launched, it hovered in the air to determine the target and plummeted with high accuracy. It can attack battle tanks and detonate a barrage of explosives, penetrating turrets.
Russia’s formidable killer UAV Zala KYB
Zala KYB is equipped with an electric motor, which can travel at speeds from 80km/h to 130km/h. It can carry a maximum payload of 3kg and stay in the air for 30 minutes and hit the target at a distance of nearly 40km.
The export version of Zala KYB is KUB-E which passed the state test in November 2021. This type is equipped with guided weapons.
Meanwhile, the naval version of the Zala KYB can be launched from a special launcher mounted on high-speed ships, such as the Kalashnikov BK-016 high-speed landing craft as well as other specialized ships.
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