Atair Insect. Specifications. A photo.
Atair Insect - military unmanned aerial vehicle developed in 2006, the American aircraft.
Unmanned aerial vehicle model Atair Insect was designed by US aircraft manufacturers in 2005 year as a military reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle capable of performing tasks related to the supervision of the terrain, to carry out patrol flights, conduct intelligence gathering, and so on.
Due to the limited scope of operation, an unmanned aerial vehicle model Atair Insect has not received much support in the armed forces of the United States, however, a few instances of the devices are in service of the country that is primarily due to certain advantages over conventional unmanned drone aircraft means.
The design of UAV models Atair Insect is a glider, which is administered by using a number of special devices. Due to the small size of the drone, drone is quite simple in terms of its transport, while taking into account the design feature of the drone, the UAV can for a sufficiently long period of time to carry out flights on a given path, carrying out monitoring of what is happening on the ground.
Powerplant unmanned air tool provided with one piston engine, which allows the drone to accelerate to speed in 70 km \ h. (Maximum value), and, during the flight of the UAV can stay up to 4 hours, which is quite effective, especially if you take a small drone cost and its actual purpose.
Specifications Atair Insect.
- Length: 1,2 m .;
- Width: 4,5 m .;
- Height: 5 m .;
- Maximum takeoff weight: 40 kg .;
- Cruising flight speed: 40 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight speed: 70 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight distance: 35 km .;
- Maximum flight height: 3000 m.
- aircraft engine type: a piston;
- Powerplant: unknown;
- Power: unknown.
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