Nordic Unmanned secures Indago 4 UAS order from NATO country

By Defence Industry Europe

Nordic Unmanned announced the first sale of the Lockheed Martin Indago 4 system to a new NATO Ministry of Defense customer. The value of the order is between EUR 600,000 and 900,000, with delivery in the fourth quarter of 2023. Nordic Unmanned expects growth for this platform in the years to come in Europe, the company said in a statement.

“Building on our successful track record of delivering over 20 Indago 3 systems to Defence, Police, and Governmental organizations across Europe over the past six years, Nordic Unmanned continues to be at the forefront of providing state-of-the-art UAS solutions for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance,” Nordic Unmanned said.

The Lockheed Martin Indago 4 ISR system represents the latest advancement in UAS technology, featuring advanced capabilities, extended endurance, and exceptional reliability. This system is purpose-built to gather critical intelligence, conduct surveillance operations, and support reconnaissance missions with precision and efficiency.



“As the demand for unmanned aerial systems in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance continues to grow, we are proud to announce our first sale of the Lockheed Martin Indago 4 system to a NATO MOD,” said Arne Roland, CEO at Nordic Unmanned. “Nordic Unmanned’s projection of an increased demand for unmanned UAS across European MODs underscores the growing importance of our offerings in supporting defense and security operations.”



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