They can drop grenades
Rostec CEO Sergei Chemezov, in an interview with RIA Novosti, said that the enterprises of the state corporation are creating unmanned aerial vehicles that can strike as part of a swarm of drones.
<…> small tactical copters are being created that are capable of conducting reconnaissance, automatically detecting the enemy and directing artillery.
The head of Rostec added that such drones will also be equipped with systems for dropping grenades. Sergei Chemezov said that Rostec is ready to supply drones in accordance with the requests of the Russian Defense Ministry.
Sergey Chemezov added that today in the NMD zone, Lancet attack drones developed by Kalashnikov, which can fly up to 70 km and carry high-explosive fragmentation and cumulative ammunition, are being used “intensively and very effectively” in the area.