On January 6 the Estonian Minister of Interior Hanno Pevkur paid a visit to Threod Systems. The Minister was given a detailed overview of the UAV applications. The adoption of the UAVs could put a new spin in the borderguards sector: the flying sensors would cover the areas inaccessible for the static surveillance systems or manned patrols, for example, water surface, islands, bogs and swamps. The next logical step is the test flights in different border zones that will be conducted at the end of the month.

Have a look at the visit's pictures on the Minister's Facebook page.

To support the development of new defence technologies, the Estonian Ministry of Defence announces a yearly tender to fund the most promising research. In 2014 Threod Systems was one of the companies to receive funding for the development of the UAV autopilot.

The civil use of unmanned aircraft systems is becoming more widespread in the government sector. The Estonian Ministry of Interior signed an agreement with Threod Systems to study the possible solutions of developing and integrating UAS solutions into the area of internal security. Read the entire article on Baltic Business News.

The civil use of unmanned aircraft systems is becoming more widespread in the government sector. The Estonian Ministry of Interior signed an agreement with Threod Systems to study the possible application of UAS solutions into the area of internal security. Read the entire article on Baltic Business News.

To support the development of new defence technologies, every year the Estonian Ministry of Defence announces a tender to fund the most promising research. In 2014 Threod Systems was one of the companies to receive funding for the development of the UAV autopilot.