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DRDO Successfully Conducts Flight Test of High-Speed Expendable Aerial Target 'Abhyas'

'Abhyas' is designed for autonomous flying with the help of an autopilot.

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Updated:May 14, 2019, 8:56 AM IST
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DRDO Successfully Conducts Flight Test of High-Speed Expendable Aerial Target 'Abhyas'
The DRDO conducted successful flight test of Abhyas - High-speed Expendable Aerial Target (HEAT) from Interim Test Range, Chandipur in Odisha. (Image: Twitter/PIB)
New Delhi: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Monday conducted successfully flight test of ‘Abhyas', a high-speed expendable aerial target (HEAT), which offers a realistic threat scenario for practice of weapon systems.

The flight test was conducted at the Interim Test Range, Chandipur, in Odisha. It was tracked by various radars and electro-optic systems and proved its performance in fully autonomous waypoint navigation mode, an official release said.

The configuration of 'Abhyas' is designed on an in-line small gas turbine engine and it uses indigenously developed micro-electro-mechanical systems-based system for navigation and guidance.

The performance of the system was as per simulations carried out and it demonstrated the capability of 'Abhyas' to meet the mission requirement for a cost-effective HEAT. 'Abhyas' is designed for autonomous flying with the help of an autopilot.

A Luneburg lens in the nose cone improves the radar cross-section of the target for weapons practice. It also has an acoustic miss distance indicator (AMDI) to indicate the missed distance.​
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