Sulsa. Specifications. A photo.
Sulsa - British multi-purpose unmanned aerial vehicle, which has the world's first printed on the fuselage 3D-printer.
Design of unmanned aerial vehicle Sulsa model began in 2009 year. In fact, the development process itself drone was associated with the need to create a UAV aerodynamic design, while its execution was supposed to be implemented using technology 3D-printing. Sam drone positioned solely as a research tool the air, thus, realized the project can virtually anyone with the equipment and buying at a fairly low cost of drawing drone.
His first flight tests, an unmanned aerial vehicle Sulsa model underwent in August 2011 years and due to the fact that all tests have been successfully completed, the project was officially approved.
To date, there are special versions of the UAV models that are equipped with cameras visual observation, thus, the cost of manufacturing unmanned air tool does not exceed one thousand dollars, while its flight performance are very high and promising.
Sulsa UAV has a sufficiently compact dimensions, in particular when the length of the fuselage 1 meter drone has a wingspan 1,4 meter while UAV design is lightweight.
As the power plant at the unmanned aircraft model Sulsa applied electric motor, which allows the device to develop a cruising speed of flight in 70 km \ h., With an effective range of flight in 20 kilometers.
- Length: 1 m .;
- Wingspan: 1,4 m .;
- Height: 0,3 m .;
- Maximum takeoff weight: 3 kg .;
- Cruising flight speed: 70 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight speed: 90 km \ h .;
- Maximum flight distance: 20 km .;
- Maximum flight height: 1000 m .;
- aircraft engine type: Electric;
- Powerplant: unknown;
- Power: unknown.
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