Two earlier versions, the METEOR-2 and METEOR-3R, and a modern unmanned aerial target aircraft, the METEOR-3MA, developed and manufactured by HM EI Zrt. and currently in service were brought to RepTár on December 8, 2021.
In addition, the museum’s hangar also houses four aircraft built by HM EI Zrt and four unmanned aerial refurbished vehicles of the Aviation Division of PNR Group of HM EI Zrt. that were handed over in 2019.
According to the announcement, the Hungarian Defence Forces have been using the various devices of the METEOR family in air defense exercises for decades. Their display in the RepTar illustrates the technical development of unmanned aerial vehicles simulating enemy attack aircraft. These aircraft have provided, and continue to provide, a cost-effective and safe training opportunity for operators of air defense weapon systems in service.