The first Greek drone that the Turks are trembling with is ready

The details remain so that the first Greek autonomous aerial vehicle will be 100% ready, which will patrol the Aegean and the Evros 24 hours a day…

The construction of the first autonomous drone aerial vehicle by the Greek Aviation Industry continues at a feverish pace with the collaboration of three universities, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the University of Thessaly and the Democritus University of Thrace.

According to information from, the progress of the work is consistent with the agreed schedule. The minor delays observed in some of the work have been covered and the drone is expected to be completed by the end of the month, early July.

Recently, the Minister of Finance, Mr. Christos Staikouras, also mentioned the drone: “The 2nd quarter of the work of the “Archytas” program has been completed, which aims to design and industrialize the first multi-purpose autonomous aerial vehicle (drone), with the cooperation of of the Hellenic Aviation Industry (HLA) and three Greek Universities.

Our commitment that the Greek citizens who finance the “Archytas” program through the Ministry of Finance, will be informed about the progress of the work, with real data, quarterly and also at other key points of the project’s development, is absolutely valid. Greece is taking the right steps.”

According to information from, the main advantage of the Greek flying vehicle, which EAB is preparing in collaboration with the three Universities, is its autonomy. Classic drones (helicopters) can fly for 20 to 30 minutes, while what Greece is preparing will be able to fly for about 2 hours!

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Also, the ODA and the universities are preparing a special version of the Greek drone that will be used in emergency situations, such as fires, floods, other natural disasters, which will be able to fly for 10 hours continuously in order to transmit from the air the management of a critical situation in order to save human lives.

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