Lithuanian Unmanned Defense Systems secures €3.2M led by Coinvest Capital

The Vilnius-based advanced swarm drone detection company Unmanned Defense Systems (UDS) has secured €3.2 million to scale UAVs and advance AI-based swarm integrations with contemporary battlefield management systems. The funding was led by Coinvest Capital, according to

About Unmanned Defense Systems

  • Founde in 2024, Unmanned Defense Systems researches, develops, designs and manufactures tactical military UAS systems based on an advanced modular complex. Its drones ranges from reconnaissance drones Partisan to loitering munition and FPV drones.  
  • The company has already won multiple defence procurement tenders and supplies its solutions to the Lithuanian and Ukrainian armed forces, other EU members, and NATO allies. 

We have the ambition to prove to the world that Lithuania is as great in developing high-tech military UAVs, as we are in aerospace or lasers. Moreover, the team is united by a burning inner drive to help Ukrainians win this brutal war,

Vytenis Buzas, the new Executive Chairman of the Board at UDS, commented.  

Investment details

Investments will be used to continue the development of swarm technology and accelerate advancements in drone autonomy and inter-drone coordination.