The production of unmanned aerial vehicles by the Pakistani defense firm Integrated Dynamics is described in a new publication (pdf) from the DNI Open Source Center (OSC).
Based on public information, the Pakistani UAV product line is intended for scientific and surveillance purposes and does not include weaponized systems.
A copy of the OSC publication, which largely derives from the Integrated Dynamics website, was obtained by Secrecy News. See “Media Aid on Website of Pakistani UAV Manufacturing Company,” Open Source Center, October 20, 2009.
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