Dinamika continues to expand its expertise and practical experience in conceptual design, prototyping and manufacturing of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).

We have built a unique capability for the manufacturing of Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) UAV, an emerging technology with potential for a wide range of applications. The VTOL UAV R&D stage included thorough analysis and validation of various aerodynamic configurations (fixed-wing, rotary-wing and multiple tilt-rotor variants). The UAV prototypes were subjected to a comprehensive test program, which included bench, ground and flight tests. As a result of this effort, we have been able to extend and refine technical specifications for the future Ship- and Offshore-based Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) and its components.

Another UAV-related product worth mentioning is our unique Air Defense Training Complex, which includes fixed- and rotary-wing UAV decoy targets of varying weight, ground control station, jamming equipment, radioelectronic target simulator, ground service equipment and CBT system (class). Today we have all the expertise required to develop and build truck-based deployable ground control stations and ground service systems to support UAS operation.

Since 2013, when we began exploring unmanned technologies, our UAV projects have been carried out in cooperation with industry research centers and companies, which include FSUE Central Hydroaerodynamic Research Institute (TsAGI), Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI), Kazan National Research Technical University (KAI), JSC RM (Russian Mechanics), Research and Production Association IZhBS (Izhevsk Unmanned Systems), Research and Production Enterprise Radiosignal and others.

In 2019 Dinamika completed its in-house Flight Testing Facility (FTF). After thorough evaluation by the RF Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT), our capability for proper organization and conduct of flight testing, flight control and flight operations was approved and the FTF awarded MIT certification.

Besides UAV development, we are also working to build simulators for large-scale UAV operator training that will increase UAV operational efficiency lowering associated risks.