LIG Nex1 Unveils ‘Drone Launched Rocket’

Andrew White

At DX Korea 2022 in Goyang, LIG ​​Nex1 unveiled its “Drone Launched Missile” concept (pictured above). (Janes/Andrew White)

LIG Nex1 presented the concept of a tactical precision strike at DX Korea 2022, which is being held in Koyang from September 21 to 25.

The Drone Launched Missile concept, developed for small units of the Republic of Korea Army (RoKA), includes a small vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) quadrature unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) equipped with reduced form factor targeting. under and armed with four miniature rockets.

This was reported by a representative of LIG Nex1
that the concept is in the early stages of development. The target has an infrared (IIR) imaging camera and a laser pointer, although it has also been confirmed that the pod currently symbolizes a concept design.

The UAV is also equipped with a rack of four miniature missiles, also developed by LIG Nex1, each with a dual Semi-Active Laser (SAL) and Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) near-infrared (NIR) homing warhead. sensors.

The dual GOS allows each missile to guide itself to its intended target both during the day and in low-light conditions, the spokesman added.

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