At the request of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus, unmanned aerial vehicles "Busel M 40" made by staff members of the Scientific and Production Center for Multifunctional Unmanned Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus between Thursday night (21 September) and Friday morning (22 September) have been involved in searching the missing boy in Svislach District (Novy Dvor).
During the night flights, the locations where the missing child may be found were identified. According to information received, rescuers examine the places of possible child finding through the use of thermographic cameras installed on Busel M40 UAV. Unmanned aerial vehicles developed and mass-produced in the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus will continue search flights in the afternoon.
Currently, RUE Scientific and Production Center for Multifunctional Unmanned Systems of the NAS of Belarus produces unmanned aerial vehicles "Burevestnik" for civil and special purpose, "Busel M", "Busel M 40", as well as airships, created by the latest technology. They are serially manufactured and successfully operated within the country and abroad (in Russia, Central Asia, the Asia-Pacific region).