India to Develop Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle


India is to develop an unmanned combat air vehicle, having already identified all the technologies required for the project.

Aeronautical Development Agency project director and chief PS Subramanyam said the technologies would include the flying wing and stealth, according to PTI.

Subramanyam said work on the project had begun in different parts of the country, including laboratories.

"Technologies are now evolved and we are working on configuration in parallel and eventually the Indian Air Force requirements will be matched into the design," he said.