The Dominator is a medium-altitude and long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), designed and manufactured by Israel-based Aeronautics Defence Systems to meet the requirements of Israel Defence Forces (IDF). Developed from the Austrian Diamond DA42 aircraft, the Dominator UAV executes intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISP) operations. Flying at a maximum altitude of 30,000ft, the Dominator captures real time data by executing surveillance and reconnaissance missions over a large area. The data captured by the UAV is transferred to the ground control station (GCS) through a satellite communication line of sight data link. The UAV has accomplished 360,000 flight hours to date. Boeing signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Aeronautics Defence Systems, at the Farnborough Air Show held in July 2010, to market the Dominator UAV.
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|Country of origin||Ukraine|