Defense Research and Development Organization to enhance Indian military capability (Defence Research and Development Organization) Constantly working on new technologies. In this episode, DRDO demonstrated Controlled Aerial Delivery System (CADS-500) with a capacity of 500 kg. Ministry of Defence (Defence Ministry) Giving information about this, said that the R&D Lab of DRDO demonstrated the Controlled Aerial Delivery System through flight.
The system has been developed by the Aerial Delivery Research and Development Establishment, based in Agra. This system was para-dropped in Agra via AN32 aircraft and then landed at a predetermined location in automatic mode. During this Indian Army (Indian Army) and air force (IAF) KK 11 paratroopers chased the CADS-500 and it was lowered from a height of 5 thousand meters at the drop zone at Malpura.
Controlled Aerial Delivery System of 500 kg (CADS-500) lands precisely during demonstration trials by #ADRDE, DRDO. #AmritMahotsav #AtmaNirbharBharat https://t.co/Se51Kcp4ug pic.twitter.com/Vr8xBDkRQ5
— DRDO (@DRDO_India) December 19, 2021
CADS – Capable of carrying 500 kg of explosives
With the help of CADS-500, a payload weighing 500 kg i.e. explosive material can be transported for delivery to a predetermined location with the help of Ram Air Parachute. The GPS system is used during its flight. It has an onboard electronics unit with the help of which it reaches its target location.
The aerial display of the CADS-500 is a part of the ongoing series of events to celebrate the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ to commemorate 75 years of India’s independence. Let us tell you that the Defense Research and Development Organization has recently successfully tested many military weapons, which has increased the strength of the Indian Army. These include the successful test-fire of Agni-P missile, helicopter-launched missile SANT, Pinaka-ER multi-barrel rocket launcher system and short-range surface-to-air VL-SRSAM missile.