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Foxtrot allocated 1 million hryvnias to units of ground robots

03/ 06/ 2024
  The company Foxtrot joined the initiative of the fundraising platform UNITED24 and supported the first collection for ground robotic complexes. Squads of robots will save the lives of our military and civilians. With a donation of 1,000,000 hryvnias, Foxtrot supported a powerful new initiative of the UNITED24 fundraising platform. This is a large fundraising campaign aimed at the manufacture and purchase of three types of ground robotic complexes: combat robots, kamikaze and mine-disposal robots, logistics and medical evacuation robots. Each of them has its own purpose, its own important goal. They can storm and defend positions together with people and instead of people, conduct reconnaissance, evacuate the wounded. Thus, combat robots are created for remote execution of such tasks as, for example, assault or defense of positions, surveillance and reconnaissance. Kamikaze robots and minelayers are designed to destroy various targets on the battlefield, primarily enemy armored vehicles. Logistic robots are used to deliver provisions, ammunition or equipment to the position, as well as to evacuate the wounded from the front, install additional technical means. The most valuable thing is human life. Thats why we must together make maximum efforts to secure our defenders, among whom there are 186 employees of our campaign, said Oleksiy Zozulya, CEO of Foxtrot. - It is our fervent desire that our colleagues return from the war victorious and get back to work. So there should be a lot more robots thanks to our solidarity. Get join in! The fundraising campaign for combat robots has been launched for the 2nd anniversary of UNITED24, which was created on the initiative of President Volodymyr Zelenskyi. This collection is indefinite, because work on the battlefield is necessary for our military all the time. Their distribution is managed by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. It should be noted that Foxtrot is not the first to participate in large-scale gatherings in support of defenders and to help civilians. The portfolio of fundraising activities includes participation in the creation of the worlds first fleet of marine drones and the transfer of a tranche of 160,000 hryvnias. In June 2023, the company transferred 1,000,000 hryvnias to the needs of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine as part of the UNITED24 platform initiative and the Lets Help Rescuers collection to overcome the consequences of the terrorist attack at the Kakhovskaya HPP. In addition, Foxtrot systematically helps the Defense Forces of Ukraine with equipment and necessary gadgets. During more than 2 years of full-scale war, the company processed 1,200 official requests from defenders and handed them more than 8,000 pieces of equipment worth UAH more than 33 million. Of them for 2023 - by 12.1 million hryvnias. And in 2024, the company diversified its arsenal of equipment for victory: in addition to the traditional issues (tablets, TVs, laptops, etc.), 60 FPV drones were purchased, which were handed over to subordinate units of the Armed Forces. You can join the collection for robots here

The company Foxtrot joined the initiative of the fundraising platform UNITED24 and supported the first collection for ground robotic complexes. Squads of robots will save the lives of our military and civilians.

With a donation of 1,000,000 hryvnias, Foxtrot supported a powerful new initiative of the UNITED24 fundraising platform. This is a large fundraising campaign aimed at the manufacture and purchase of three types of ground robotic complexes: combat robots, kamikaze and mine-disposal robots, logistics and medical evacuation robots. Each of them has its own purpose, its own important goal.

They can storm and defend positions together with people and instead of people, conduct reconnaissance, evacuate the wounded. Thus, combat robots are created for remote execution of such tasks as, for example, assault or defense of positions, surveillance and reconnaissance. Kamikaze robots and minelayers are designed to destroy various targets on the battlefield, primarily enemy armored vehicles. Logistic robots are used to deliver provisions, ammunition or equipment to the position, as well as to evacuate the wounded from the front, install additional technical means.

“The most valuable thing is human life. That’s why we must together make maximum efforts to secure our defenders, among whom there are 186 employees of our campaign, said Oleksiy Zozulya, CEO of Foxtrot.It is our fervent desire that our colleagues return from the war victorious and get back to work. So there should be a lot more robots thanks to our solidarity. Get join in!”

The fundraising campaign for combat robots has been launched for the 2nd anniversary of UNITED24, which was created on the initiative of President Volodymyr Zelenskyi. This collection is indefinite, because work on the battlefield is necessary for our military all the time. Their distribution is managed by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

It should be noted that Foxtrot is not the first to participate in large-scale gatherings in support of defenders and to help civilians. The portfolio of fundraising activities includes participation in the creation of the world’s first fleet of marine drones and the transfer of a tranche of 160,000 hryvnias. In June 2023, the company transferred 1,000,000 hryvnias to the needs of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine as part of the UNITED24 platform initiative and the “Let’s Help Rescuers” collection to overcome the consequences of the terrorist attack at the Kakhovskaya HPP.

In addition, Foxtrot systematically helps the Defense Forces of Ukraine with equipment and necessary gadgets. During more than 2 years of full-scale war, the company processed 1,200 official requests from defenders and handed them more than 8,000 pieces of equipment worth UAH more than 33 million. Of them for 2023 – by 12.1 million hryvnias. And in 2024, the company diversified its arsenal of equipment for victory: in addition to the traditional issues (tablets, TVs, laptops, etc.), 60 FPV drones were purchased, which were handed over to subordinate units of the Armed Forces.

You can join the collection for robots here

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