On 10th June 2011, the teams from Dynamatic Technologies and BlueBird conducted demonstrations of two Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Spylite and MicroB, for officials from the Ministry of Home Affairs, including Brigadier DS Dadwal, Security Advisor (NM) MHA and representatives from the offices of the Inspector Generals of the Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), Assam Riffles, Indo–Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).
The SPYLITE and Micro – B are small Unmanned Aerial Systems which are quick to deploy, easy to control and are optimized to provide stealthy real-time visual intelligence in crowded and in remote, hostile environments. Both are equipped with a variety of operational features to enable the user to meet varying surveillance requirements.
The demonstration which comprised of both day and night surveillance showcased the unique capabilities of both UAVS including the high quality of visual and video images, extended endurance capacity, the catapult launch which facilitates accurate recovery with parachute, redundant recovery mode and the lack of radar and audio signatures, all of which impressed the viewing audience greatly.
Earlier in the week, similar demonstrations of the Spylite and Micro-B were conducted for the police forces of Chandigarh and Haryana and was witnessed by senior police officials including Additional Director-General of Police (Law and Order) BS Sandhu, Panchkula Superintendent of Police Maneesh Chaudhary, IG (Punjab Police) – P. K. Shrivastava, Adl Commissioner of Police Delhi- Mr. Satinder Garg (Traffic), DIG Alok Kumar (Punjab police) and SSP Punjab police – H.S. Doon. Dynamatic Technologies had also demonstrated the Micro–B for officials from the Border Security Force including the DIG- STS on 4th June 2011 at Jakkur Airport, Bangalore.
Brigadier D. S. Dadwal, Security Advisor (NM), Ministry of Home Affairs, launching the mini UAV during the demonstration conducted by Dynamatic Technologies for the Ministry of Home Affairs