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Belarus is developing a new UAV "Hawk"

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In Belarus, work is underway to create a new unmanned aerial vehicle "Yastreb", with a takeoff weight of about 700 kg, which is supposed to be used in military and civilian tasks, an informed source said.


Belarus is developing a new UAV "Hawk"

photos of Belarusian BPL at the exhibition


It is expected that the first flight sample will be ready at the end of the summer of this year. Test flights are expected to begin this fall. Total project work will take two to three years.
- Said the source agency.

The developer of the drone is the Research and Production Center of multifunctional unmanned systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.

The unmanned aerial vehicle is created according to a two-beam scheme. As the power plant is supposed to use the internal combustion engine of the Austrian company Rotax with the pusher propeller. The drone will be able to fly for up to 10 hours, carrying a payload of up to 120 kg, Interfax-AVN reports.
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  1. Ierarh
    Ierarh 2 March 2018 15: 27
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    And who would say, why not put a drone’s stuffing on an ordinary combat aircraft?
    1. svp67
      svp67 2 March 2018 15: 32
      +1
      Quote: Ierarh
      And who would say, why not put a drone’s stuffing on an ordinary combat aircraft?

      Yes they did ...

      Or the M-21M, a highly maneuverable target aircraft
      1. Ierarh
        Ierarh 2 March 2018 16: 36
        +1
        So why not go this way? A drone from a ground attack aircraft is a strike UAV ...
    2. Russia
      Russia 2 March 2018 15: 37
      +8
      If it were vice versa, then I would answer you, and so, you need to think hi
    3. san4es
      san4es 2 March 2018 17: 58
      +1
      Quote: Ierarh
      ... why not put the drone’s stuffing on a regular combat aircraft?

      ... Because it was originally created for a person.
      1. Ierarh
        Ierarh 2 March 2018 18: 00
        +1
        What is it like? Can't a robot control it? Why?
        1. san4es
          san4es 2 March 2018 18: 16
          +1
          Quote: Ierarh
          ... why?

          ... There are a lot of levers, devices ... wink

          ... Seriously, the robot has not yet matured fellow
  2. Angel_and_Demon
    Angel_and_Demon 2 March 2018 15: 32
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    The unmanned aerial vehicle is created according to a two-beam scheme. As the power plant is supposed to use the internal combustion engine of the Austrian company Rotax with the pusher propeller. The drone will be able to fly for up to 10 hours, carrying a payload of up to 120 kg, Interfax-AVN reports.
    Well, let's see what happens, but we have to do our own engine, otherwise it’s not an hour ...... where will we get spare parts?
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 2 March 2018 15: 45
      +5
      Quote: Angel_and_Demon
      Well, let's see what happens, but we have to do our own engine, otherwise it’s not an hour ...... where will we get spare parts?

      Syabry, consider our bitter experience. Buy engines for the future, until you set up your production. Good luck to you!
      1. Angel_and_Demon
        Angel_and_Demon 2 March 2018 15: 51
        +4
        Quote: Piramidon
        Syabry, consider our bitter experience.

        here I am about the same thing, for some reason the Uroshkmer remembered
        1. Toliant34
          Toliant34 2 March 2018 19: 44
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          Hmm ... what do you have, pennies, wound up?
          1. Angel_and_Demon
            Angel_and_Demon 3 March 2018 08: 23
            +3
            Quote: Toliant34
            Hmm ... what do you have, pennies, wound up?

            have you run out?
  3. abarth
    abarth 2 March 2018 15: 44
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    maybe it’s not a fake, and the power of Belarusian electronics, and new radars on the Kiev highway the size of a washing machine that settled on a pipe were collected somewhere in Africa
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 2 March 2018 15: 51
      +2
      Quote: abarth
      maybe it’s not a fake, and the power of Belarusian electronics, and new radars on the Kiev highway the size of a washing machine that settled on a pipe were collected somewhere in Africa

      Are you talking about that? Belarusians have a completely normal technique, and in cooperation with Russia, it can give odds to many.
  4. Netzah netzah
    Netzah netzah 2 March 2018 17: 30
    +2
    Belarus where is this? In the year 1991?
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 2 March 2018 17: 44
      +5
      Quote: Netzah Netzah
      Belarus where is this?

      You would answer in rhyme, but you Israelis will not understand. To Odessa Jews, with their humor, you are far away.
    2. zulusuluz
      zulusuluz 2 March 2018 20: 16
      +8
      Belarus where is this? In the year 1991?
      This is where Jen Psaki lost the 6th Fleet ...
    3. Bypassed
      Bypassed 3 March 2018 13: 56
      +1
      Belarus - this is where M. Dagan was cured, it turns out Israeli medicine is not omnipotent

      ISRAEL SHAMIR
      Belarusian liver for the head of Israeli intelligence
      Meir Dagan, former head of Mossad, Israeli foreign intelligence, returned home to Israel after a successful liver transplant operation in Belarus
  5. Bypassed
    Bypassed 3 March 2018 13: 41
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    In Belarus, the National Bank of Ukraine is engaged in the production of non-current UAVs - in almost every large technological park of the Republic of Belarus there are companies involved in the development and assembly of UAVs for the customer, as well as software development. The Belarusian State Academy of Aviation (a military faculty is present) has training programs related to the use of UAVs