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Cooperation with Ukrainian research & development institutions

July 23, 2024

Due to objective reasons over the past two years, we have been actively developing the technology for detecting explosive objects using UAVs.

However, we have not abandoned our initial idea to use drones for phytosanitary monitoring of crop pests in order to reduce the use of toxic chemicals.

In this context we have enlisted the support of professionals: we have signed memoranda of understanding with the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine and with the Skvyra Experimental Station of Organic Production. Partners provide crop acreage for data collection and testing of our technology, as well as assist in the analysis of the collected data and the assessment of the economic impact.

We hope that our cooperation will bring significant scientifically based technological solutions.

Investment from Uklon co-founders

July 8, 2024

We are pleased to announce our new investors! The team of co-founders of the Uklon service, Dmytro Dubrovsky, Sergiy Smus, Victoria Dubrovska, and Vitaliy Dyatlenko, invested $200,000 in Ailand Systems. These funds will be used for further technology advancement and production scaling.

“We constantly talk about drones and their importance. But in addition to combat models, we also need to think about important humanitarian missions, such as demining. Ailand Systems is a great project that has incredible development prospects. We are happy to join and invest in the development of our common security,” said Dmytro Dubrovsky, co-founder of the Nezlamni Foundation. 

We are grateful for your support!  We believe that together we will be able to significantly increase Ukraine’s defense capability.

ST1 on Militarnyi

June 26, 2024

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MoU with Padeco and ProDrone

June 20, 2024

On the eve of the URC-2024 International Conference on the Recovery of Ukraine, a Japanese-Ukrainian round table was held in Berlin with the participation of public and private structures, after which 23 memorandums of cooperation between Ukrainian and Japanese organizations were signed.

One of these memoranda is our tripartite agreement between Ailand Systems Ltd, PADECO and Prodrone on the use of technologies in the field of humanitarian demining.

We express our gratitude to our Japanese partners for their support and look forward to fruitful and successful cooperation for the reconstruction of Ukraine.

Learn more → Ministry of Economy of Ukraine

Supported by Google!

June 13, 2024

We are pleased to announce that we have been selected to receive funding from the Google for Startups Ukraine Support Fund! Our company will receive funding as well as ongoing Google mentorship and product support. This will help us to further improve the technology to save lives and clear Ukrainian land of explosive objects. Thank you, Google!

Learn more → Google Blog

Defense Industry Diplomatic Rounds

June 10, 2024

Last Tuesday we visited the Defence Industry Diplomatic Rounds in Kyiv where speakers shared their vision on how to facilitate the cooperation between Western and Ukrainian companies in defence tech, what platforms and events their countries are offering now.

Between sessions we had a chance to present our project to diplomatic attaches of the U.S., Canada, Netherlands and Denmark. All countries expressed strong interest in our tech. Denmark is particularly interested in emerging demining technology as it takes care of the demining of the Mykolaiv region right now.

Appreciate U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) for the invitation and the chance to be a part of such an interesting event.

Ukrainian Drone Defence Forum

June 3, 2024

Last week, our CEO, Dmytro Titov, was invited to the fourth session of the Ukrainian Defence Industrial Base Forum, “Drones: Delivering Victory”, in London, organized by the Strategy Council and the law firm Kinstellar.

Together with such speakers as Steve Priestley, Vice President of International Business Development at Tetra Tech, and Simon Davison, CEO of CreoPlan, Dmytro Titov shared his vision of the future of demining and the general use of drones.

“The current level of drone technology is sufficiently developed to be used for landmine detection. It just got mature enough to solve this kind of task. The final solution, applicable at large scale, will emerge in the coming years. It will make the overall demining process faster, cheaper and safer” – Dmytro believes.

The conference was highly valuable for us and for our victory and future peace. Huge thanks to all organizers of the event and especially to Eveline Buchatskiy.

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