2,000 units of electronic warfare were sent to the front

2,000 units of short-range electronic warfare were sent to the front

The government has handed over 2,000 units of short-range electronic warfare equipment created by Ukrainian developers – members of the Brave1 cluster – to the frontline. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov.

Short-range electronic warfare, including trench electronic warfare, protects the military and their positions, armored vehicles, and evacuation vehicles. It jams Russian FPV drones, drones-droppers and reconnaissance drones. These are tens of thousands of lives and pieces of equipment saved.

Prior to the full-scale war, Ukraine had not developed any short-range electronic warfare systems. Thanks to the systematic work of Brave1, this area has begun to develop, and today there are dozens of technological solutions that the state can purchase for the front.

віцепрем’єр -міністр з інновацій, розвитку освіти, науки та технологій — міністр цифрової трансформації Михайло Федоров

“The General Staff has already distributed most of the purchased electronic warfare equipment and sent it to the hottest spots of the frontline,” noted Fedorov.

He thanked the parliamentarians who saved 180 million hryvnias from annual state funding and channelled them through UNITED24 to purchase electronic warfare equipment.

According to him, the government will continue to contract new batches. The strategic task is to ensure that every unit and every piece of equipment that needs electronic warfare protection receives it. And the goal of Brave1 is to find and support developers to technologically strengthen the military.


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