Abu Dhabi, UAE – ADASI, the EDGE Group entity, a regional leader in autonomous systems and services, said on Thursday that it has signed an AED 239 million ($65 million) contract to supply GARMOOSHA unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to the UAE Ministry of Defence.
“We are honoured to deliver our best-in-class GARMOOSHA drones to the Ministry of Defence,” Juma Al Kaabi, CEO of ADASI, said. “With years of experience in advanced technology and developing the autonomous systems, this opportunity underlines our position as a regional industry leader.”
Aimed at further advancing air operations, GARMOOSHA is an unmanned aircraft designed to carry payloads of approximately 120kg with an endurance of 8 hours and a range of 150km. With a low-consumption fuel engine, its sensor capabilities make it a versatile system capable of solving some of the most difficult challenges.
Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, capital of the UAE, EDGE consolidates more than 25 entities into five core clusters: Platforms & Systems, Missiles & Weapons, Space & Cyber Technologies, Trading & Mission Support, and Homeland Security.