The Czech manufacturer of unmanned aircrafts Primoco UAV plans to enter the Russian market despite the EU sanctions, Aktuality.
EU previously banned to trade unmanned aircrafts to Russia as they regarded as dual-use items that could be used for military purposes.
Thus, the Czech company decided to build a factory for such items in the Russian Federation.
The factory plans to produce 100 devices annually.
The head of the company Ladislav Semetkovsky claims the factory could function in full swing already in a year.
However, the site has not been defined yet. Semetkovsky proposed the airfield which is the area 100km from Moscow.
Russia has an enormous potential, according to Semetkovsky.
Drones could be used to guard gas-and oilpipelines. Ministery of Health could also avail of the perks of unmanned aircraft while in the delivery of its drugs to the remoted areas.