Tuesday, January 11, 2011

List Of UAV


List of unmanned aerial vehicles
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The following is a list of Unmanned aerial vehicles developed and operated by various countries around the world. Listed with primary mission(s) and year of first flight.
Argentina
  • Nostromo Cabure[1]
  • Nostromo Yarará[1]
  • Nostromo Yagua[1]
  • STRIX ( AeroDreams ) reconocimiento (2006)
  • Lipan [2], reconnaissance:
    • LIPÁN M3 vigilancia, reconocimiento aéreo e inteligencia (2007)
    • LIPAN XM4 vigilancia, reconocimiento aéreo e inteligencia ( en desarrollo)
  • GUARDIAN vigilancia, reconocimiento aéreo e inteligencia (2007) (Armada Argentina)
  • MANTIS programa de combate aereo no tripulado (2009)
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
  • A-20 UNMANNED AIRSHIP Space Airships Ltd.
  • XMobots Apoena LALE (low-altitude long-endurance) (2009)
  • Carcara UAV Santos Lab Comercio e Industria Aerospacial Ltda.
  • EMBRAVANT EMBRAVANT - Empresa Brasileira de Veículos Aéreos Não Tripulados
  • FS-01 Watchdog Brazilian medium range tactical UAV
  • UAV VTOL FS-03 VTOL-UAV with 150 km range.
  • 14XBrazilian Hypersonic UAV, used to put satellites on orbit.[in development]
  • Dumont UAV - New Technologies, Carlos Cristiano Nunes www.newtechnologies.com.br
Brazil/South Africa
Bulgaria
Canada
  • Aeryon Scout, reconnaissance (2009) [4]
  • Canadair CL-89, reconnaissance (1964) - joint funded by UK, later by West Germany as well
  • CL-289, reconnaissance (1990)
  • CL-227 Sentinel, reconnaissance (1977)
  • CL-327 Guardian, reconnaissance (1996)
  • CH-160, reconnaissance (2009) [5]
  • CH-280, reconnaissance (2010)
  • CH-320, reconnaissance (2012)
  • Draganflyer E4, surveillance (2009)
  • Draganflyer X4, surveillance (2009) [6]
  • Draganflyer X6, surveillance (2009) [7]
  • Draganflyer X8, surveillance (2010) [8]
  • Draganfly Tango, reconnaissance [9]
  • Silver Fox ALIX (Atlantic Littoral Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Experiment) (2004)
  • ADVANCED SUBSONICS/XIPHOS Grasshopper (2000)
  • MMIST CQ-10 Snowgoose (2000)
Chile
  • Sirol, reconnaissance and research (2007) [10]
  • Sirol 221, reconnaissance and meteorology research (2008) [11]
  • Stardust II, reconnaissance and aerial imaging(2010) [12]
China (PRC)
Czech Republic
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
India
Indonesia
  • PUNA (Pesawat Udara Nir-Awak, Made by BPP Teknologi)
International
  • EADS Barracuda (Germany/Spain)
Israel
Iran
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Lebanon
  • Mirsad-1, reconnaissance, possible weapon (2004)
Latvia
  • UAVFACTORY LTD. Penguin B, dual purprose (civil/military), fixed wing UAV system (2010)
  • UAVFACTORY LTD. Varna UAV, dual purprose (civil/military), UAV electric flying wing unmanned system (under development)


Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Pakistan
Peru
Philippines
  • TUAV (Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle)[24][25]
Poland
Serbia
  • IBL-2000
  • Mini UAV Gavran (Raven)
  • Medium UAV
  • Nikola Tesla-150 - First Serbian unmanned aerial vehicle built by a team of students called “EMA”[29]
  • Vrabac UAV[30]
Singapore
South Africa
South Korean
Soviet Union/Russia
Spain
Switzerland
Sweden
Taiwan
Turkey
Thailand
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Vietnam


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