On the 29th of December in the National Defense Ministry seat between Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa and Armament Inspectorate, an agreement was concluded, to produce 25 sets UAV’s of mini class under the Wizjer program. The agreement will be executed till 2027.
The agreement allows it to move to another phase of the unmanned vehicles production upon the license that the PGZ company gained from the Instytut Techniczny Wojsk Lotniczych (ITWL) (The Air Force Institute of Technology), where the BSL NeoX 2 project was developed.
Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa is competent within the development range and production of the unmanned airborne vehicles, thanks to which it participates in all of the key programs of the Polish Armed Forces updates. The contemporary agreement let our companies to deliver of the modern recognition means to the army, i.e. UAV mini NeoX 2 developed by the ITWL. It will be produced within a consortium powers which co-creates PGZ S.A. as the leader of the consortium, Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze nr 2 as the technical leader and the Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze nr 1 as the production leader of the composite structures – emphasized Sebastian Chwałek, the PGZ S.A. the Chairman of the Board.
The agreement subject is production and delivery of five set’s UAV mini class sets along with the technical manuals, logistics bandle and initiation training. The agreement will be executed till 2027. The UAV Wizjer is meant for Land Forces use at the battalion level. The total mass of the system in portable configuration does nor extend 50kg, and the airborne mass of the unmanned vehicle itself equals 13kg. NeoX-2 starts automatically with the use of the composite launcher and lands in automatic mode by the use of a parachute and an air-bag. It is operated by two crew members. The flight preparation process is very short and takes around 15 minutes.