Together with Serhiy Prytula’s Charity Foundation, Intellias buys an unmanned aerial platform FlyEye for the Ukrainian Armed Forces
Celebrating its 20-year anniversary, Intellias donates UAH 5 485 000 to Serhiy Prytula’s Charity Foundation to buy FlyEye, an unmanned aerial platform, which includes two air vehicles and a ground control station. The platform is already used by the Ukrainian defenders to neutralize the enemy in the Kherson region.
FlyEye is an unmanned aerial platform designed for observation and data collection by the Polish company WB Electronics. The Ukrainian military has been successfully using these platforms before and after the full-scale russian invasion. Depending on weather conditions, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) can reach speed of up to 160 kilometers per hour. Its flight range is 50 kilometers, and maximum flight altitude is 4 kilometers. The UAV is hand launched and can carry up to 11 kilograms of cargo. It is highly valued among the military for its effective protection against electronic warfare systems.
“The demand for UAVs is huge right now. Our military use them for reconnaissance and adjustment of fire, which is the main weapon of this war. I would like to thank the enitre Intellias team for a noble deed, which will help yet another unit to work more effectively. UAH 5.5 million is big money, which will be converted into big help for our defenders. A FlyEye UAV is going to give our military an upper hand on the front line”, — says Serhiy Prytula, a founder of Serhiy Prytula Charity Fund.
See Serhiy Prytula’s video to learn more about the project.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Intellias provides financial support, equipment, and electronic devices to the Ukrainian military. The total amount of assistance has now reached UAH 30 million and keeps growing on a daily basis.
“Intellias celebrates 20 years, and the best present for us would be our victory. We hope to bring it closer by acquiring and delivering an unmanned aerial platform FlyEye, which is already used on the frontline. Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, our company and our specialists have constantly helped the Ukrainian armed forces. In particular, we bought pickups and SUVs for our defenders. Ukraine is our home. We believe in our victory and in our armed forces. That is why we keep expanding our team in Ukraine, offering new workplaces to the Ukrainian engineers”, says Mykhailo Puzrakov, Executive Chairman and co-founder of Intellias.
Since the beginning of the war, the company supports charity funds and certain units of the Ukrainian armed forces. A big part of the assistance is directed at acquiring drones, necessary equipment and protective gear, modernizing command and analytical centers of the “West” air command.
Intellias puts special attention to the armed forces’ transportation needs. In particular, the company bought 30 SUVs for the military in terms of the “Vehicles for the Army” project. Besides, Intellias buys mobile and discreet e-bikes in terms of its Ecomobile Summer initiative, meant to promote eco-friendly vehicles.
The Intellias company was founded by Vitaly Sedler and Mykhailo Puzrakov in Lviv, in 2002. In 2018, the company received investments from Horizon Capital. In 2019, the company opened its first development center outside Ukraine, in Krakow. Today, having more than 2600 people on board, Intellias is listed among the biggest IT companies in Ukraine. Every year, the company is recognized as the best employer by Forbes, DOU, EY, etc.
About Serhiy Prytula Charity Foundation
Serhiy Prytula Charity Foundation was created for non-military assistance in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic. In February 2022, when Russia launched a full-scale invasion, the foundation immediately expanded, opening a military headquarters to help the military and a humanitarian headquarters for civilians. For efficient transportation and storage of goods from all over the world, the foundation has opened 4 logistics centers in the cities of Ukraine and 1 center in Przemyśl (Poland). The head office is located in Kyiv.
Currently, the military headquarters is focused on providing the Ukrainian army with means of communication, optical devices, drones, UAVs, transport and means of tactical medicine for the military. The humanitarian headquarters provides assistance to civilians in the occupied territories and within a radius of 70 kilometers from the front line. A separate direction of the headquarters is the “NEST” project, with the mission of bringing life back to de-occupied towns and villages by providing people with free mobile homes on their land.
Intellias is a global technology partner to Fortune 500 enterprises and top-tier organizations, helping them accelerate their pace of sustainable digitalization. Intellias empowers businesses operating in Europe, the US, the MENA region, and the APAC region to embrace innovation at scale. The company has been featured in the Global Outsourcing 100 list by IAOP, recognized by Inc. 5000, and acknowledged in Forbes and in the GSA UK Awards. With nearly two decades of experience, Intellias is geared towards ensuring the sustained success of clients on their value journey.