Sergiy Prytula Charity Foundation Bought A Satellite For Ukrainian Army


Ukrainian volunteer Serhiy Prytula Charity Foundation collected $20 million of donations to buy three “Bayraktars”. But due to the courtesy of Baykar Technologies, Ukraine gets them for free. So, Sergiy bought access to a satellite of the ICEYE network for a year that will help Ukrainian surveillance to prevent attacks by the russian army.

  • Also, Ukrainian spacetech entrepreneur Max Polyakov supported the initiative.
  • The potential opportunities of using satellite for the Ministry of Armed Forces:
▪️independent planning and implementation of covert operations
▪️monitoring of russian military activity in the areas of operations
▪️instant receipt of necessary data
▪️the possibility of supporting operations in LIVE mode
▪️detailed picture under any weather conditions
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