WARMATE loitering munitions

WARMATE loitering munitions

The WARMATE combat unmanned aerial vehicle (CUAV) is a multi-role system performing multiple tasks depending on a type of the head installed.

WARMATE loitering munitions

The youngest product in the UAV family of WB GROUP characterized by a lightweight structure and the ability to perform various types of missions. WARMATE is being sucessfully used by Polish and foreign armed forces and can be the key element on the future battlefield.
WARMATE loitering munitions

THE WARMATE  can be used as a self-contained system, which can be transported or carried by land or special forces units. The system design permits its installation on vehicles (cars, APCs) and integration of the Ground Control Station and the Ground Data Terminal with onboard vehicle systems. The WARMATE  constitutes a good alternative for anti-tank guided missiles with its capability to operate in a significantly larger radius, allowing comfortable detection and observation of the potential target in a relatively large time span (the UAV flight time is ca. 30 minutes). Optionally the system can be equipped with a laser-seeking warhead. The WARMATE  in combat configuration is an expendable solution. In the observation configuration the UAV can be recovered and reused. The WARMATE  is a fully autonomous solution allowing real-time operation of airborne warfare, using the video feed received from its surveillance subsystem. The UAV is equipped with control modules ensuring full automation of the majority of flight phases and supporting the operator during targeting. The operator has full control and bears full responsibility for switching to the ARMED to execute a combat task

Technical details WARMATE loitering munitions

Operating range
10 km
Flight duration
50 min
1,4 m
Fuselage length
1,1 m

The WARMATE CUAV is a multi-role system and depending on the type of the head installed, it can perform the following tasks:

  • observation and reconnaissance missions
    (with the GS-9 observation head)
  • reconnaissance and combat missions against enemy personnel(observation head with GO-1 fragmentation charge
  • reconnaissance and combat missions against enemy personnel and lightly armored vehicles head (observation head with GK-1 shaped fragmentation charge)