Barnard Microsystems InView. Specifications. A photo.
Barnard Microsystems InView - British multi-purpose UAV civil designed in 2010, the company «Barnard Microsystems».
Unmanned aerial vehicles developed by British experts in the field of aerospace technology specifically for civilian use sector. it was not too much, while the demand for them was really great before this period of civil UAVs.
UAVBarnard Microsystems InView photo
Drone model Barnard Microsystems InView can be used for a variety of tasks, which should include the implementation of geological and geodetic survey areas of aerial photography and aerial survey, patrol and observation flights, the implementation of search and rescue operations, used in agriculture and others.
Due to the fact that in 2010, the first flight of an unmanned aerial vehicle Barnard Microsystems InView proved to be quite successful, the project was put into production, however, to date, all of the outstanding aerial vehicles of this model is operated solely in the UK.
Despite the fairly large size unmanned aerial vehicle Barnard Microsystems InView, a drone sweep wings is about 5 meters, the device has a high maneuverability, good aerodynamic performance, and easy operation.
Powerplant UAV Barnard Microsystems InView is represented by two piston engines that allow unmanned aerial means to accelerate to a maximum speed of flight in 150 km \ h. However, the maximum range of this device is limited to repetition distance in 50 kilometers.
Specifications Barnard Microsystems InView.
- Length: 4,2 m .;
- Wingspan: 5 m .;
- Height: 0,7 m .;
- Maximum takeoff weight: 70 kg .;
- Cruising flight speed: 120 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight speed: 150 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight distance: 50 km .;
- Maximum flight height: 4600 m.
- aircraft engine type: a piston;
- Powerplant: unknown;
- Power: unknown.
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