Russia reveals Kalashnikov drones to patrol the Arctic

Daily Mail 

Kalashnikov has revealed a pair of smart drones designed to protect Russian assets in the Arctic. The drones will offer'round-the-clock protection of the perimeters' according the the arms makers. The two'ZALA' drones have an automatic identification system that can gather information about a vessel at a distance of 62 miles, it claims. The ZALA 421-16Ev2, one of two new'ZALA' drones that have an automatic identification system that can gather information about a vessel at a distance of 62 miles, it is claimed The two drones will able to give operators information about each vessel: its name, size, course and speed. It also has its own alternative navigation system for when GPS or its Russian equivalent, is unavailable.