Prototype 600 Gram Russian Surveillance Drone

2016-11-01

Prototype 600 Gram Russian Surveillance Drone
A prototype of a hand-launched spy drone weighing roughly 21 ounces has been built at an engineering center in Samara, Russian, a defense industry source told RIA Novosti.

“The Cluster Engineering Center in the Samara Region has developed a prototype of a special reconnaissance device based off a new small UAV, Osa, with vertical takeoff and landing. It can be launched from the hand or a stationary ground,” the source said.

The unmanned aerial vehicle is capable of performing surveillance missions in a tactical radius in the open space, in cities and inside buildings. The drone can carry a payload of up to 5.2 ounces, stay airborne for 15 minutes on a single charge, and stream real-time footage from its camera to a control terminal at the distance of up to 4,000 feet.



Region:  Europe
Contry:  Russia
Category:  UAV


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