Newfias aerial operations have begun to launch a new generation of drones and the first ones will be delivered to the United States.
The company, founded by two men from the United Arab Emirates, announced the unmanned aircraft delivery program on Monday.
It is the first time the United Nations has officially designated a drone as an air weapon, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
The move came after a long-term effort by the United Kingdom to develop a military drone and has been hailed as a significant step in the development of unmanned combat aircraft.
The first drones are expected to be delivered in the next three months.
The drone, known as the P-Bandit, will be operated by a crew of five.
It will be equipped with sensors and communications equipment that will be able to locate and track targets, monitor movements, and perform a range of other tasks.
The United States is one of five countries that have signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation on the P, a military program to develop and acquire drones that can carry small, mobile, and small weapons.
Newfias is aiming to take delivery of its first drone by March.
The drones will then be equipped to conduct reconnaissance and to carry out operations on behalf of the United Nation’s peacekeeping force in Afghanistan.
The company said the drones will be launched from bases in the UAE and Pakistan.
Newfials first drone, the P4-C, was deployed in July.
The new drones will also be able use the latest surveillance technology and sensors, the company said.
The drone will also have an advanced camera system, which will allow it to scan a large area.
The Newfial drone, which is about 2 meters (5 feet) long and weighs about 250 kilograms (470 pounds), will be deployed from bases around the world, including in the United State.
Newflias first drone is about 6 meters (20 feet) high and weighs more than 3,000 kilograms (6,500 pounds).
The drones are designed to operate from ground to air and will have a range up to 400 kilometers (250 miles).