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In the Russian Federation, a reconnaissance complex is being created with an unmanned helicopter "Crow 120"

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The Chief Designer of the Iskatel Design Bureau of the Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI), Dmitry Dyakonov, said that at present, the design bureau specialists are working on a promising unmanned reconnaissance and surveillance complex, which will include a modernized 120 unmanned helicopter.

In the Russian Federation, a reconnaissance complex is being created with an unmanned helicopter "Crow 120"


“According to the design scheme,“ The Raven 120 ”is practically similar to the“ Raven 700 ”apparatus with a mass of approximately 90 kilograms. But on the “Crow 120”, unlike its predecessor, there is a more powerful engine, and the design of the device is facilitated, ”the chief designer says. "Military Industrial Courier".

Dyakonov noted that “the created complex with the unmanned helicopter“ Raven 120 ”with an take-off weight of 120 kg is designed for harsh operating conditions in cold, heat, humidity, etc.”

“Bench ground tests are underway. The beginning of its flight tests is scheduled for the end of July - the beginning of August, ”he added.

According to the chief designer, the design features of the helicopter make it possible to use any payload, both military and civil.

“And the shock version of the machine is not excluded,” Dyakonov emphasized.

According to him, during the next International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2015, which will be held in August, the presentation of a laboratory drone "Raven 500", which has flown more than 2500 hours, as well as an unmanned helicopter "Raven 700" or "Raven 120" is scheduled.
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  1. Tanais
    Tanais 21 July 2015 06: 05
    +2
    Itself weighs 90 kg ... And how much "take" payload, shock version?

    A couple of ATGMs, "pull"?
    1. Engineer
      Engineer 21 July 2015 08: 35
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      a couple of birds, and to her another guidance system and so on, which will increase the mass significantly.
    2. Gambit
      Gambit 21 July 2015 10: 42
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      Quote: Tanais
      Itself weighs 90 kg ... And how much "take" payload, shock version?

      A couple of ATGMs, "pull"?

      Usually reconnaissance vehicles are not crossed with percussion vehicles. and reconnaissance equipment - a considerable payload and shock - an even greater load. Therefore, I understand the words "And the shock version of the machine is not excluded" - just as a separate option, and not combined.
      1. Throw
        Throw 21 July 2015 17: 35
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        Prototype Raven 50 kg dragged. This, if lightweight with increased power, should do more, maybe the ATGM complex will drag it away)
  2. Zomanus
    Zomanus 21 July 2015 06: 18
    +2
    And the carrying capacity is growing. Soon he will be able to pick up and carry away to the nest ... to the location of our troops of the enemy "tongue".))) A target designation complex on such a helicopter would look great ...
  3. Laksamana besar
    Laksamana besar 21 July 2015 06: 29
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    Someone creates and creates, someone is at war with his people (ours). Peremoga aphids!
  4. Trailer
    Trailer 21 July 2015 06: 56
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    The army needs drone drone, and I'm sure they already exist, they just don’t tell us about it
  5. NEXUS
    NEXUS 21 July 2015 08: 12
    +1
    Work is underway on strike UAVs weighing up to 20 tons. But at what stage the development is silent. And I would like to know how work is progressing in the Sukhoi, Mikoyan Design Bureau and several other design bureaus dealing with this issue.
    1. Koshak
      Koshak 21 July 2015 10: 26
      +1
      Quote: NEXUS
      Work is underway on strike UAVs weighing up to 20 tons. But at what stage the development is silent. And I would like to know how work is progressing in the Sukhoi, Mikoyan Design Bureau and several other design bureaus dealing with this issue.

      You want to know too much. And rightly so, they are silent. If everyone was informed about everything, then enemy intelligence would be sitting at home in front of the computer and, using an Internet beer, would recognize everything that interests her.
      1. tweezers
        tweezers 21 July 2015 11: 55
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        Quote: Koshak
        then the enemy intelligence would sit at home in front of the computer and find out everything that interests her under an Internet beer

        80 percent is the way it is - military analysts get about so much information from open sources ... this is the case for everyone ...
  6. Turkestan
    Turkestan 21 July 2015 08: 26
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    It reminds me of the children's radio-controlled toy WLToys V911 Helicopter
  7. Leader
    Leader 21 July 2015 08: 40
    -6
    Some projects ... focused on the feeder in the form of state budget money.
    Promises, perspectives, unparalleled developments ...
    Maybe it’s easier to buy such Chinese toys in the nearest department store?
  8. Leader
    Leader 26 July 2015 09: 39
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    "Urya-patriots" are slowly minus, shyly keeping silent. There is nothing to cover!
    In the coffin, I saw your cons!
  9. indela
    indela 27 September 2015 10: 00
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    The multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicle complex INDELA SKY / AT equipped with a dosimetric reconnaissance station is presented at the MAKS 2015 aerospace salon.

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    The equipment is installed on an unmanned helicopter INDELA SKY / AT allows you to:
    • detect point and area sources of gamma radiation;
    • monitor the radiation situation in the zone of industrial enterprises for the processing and storage of radioactive waste;
    • determine the radiation situation that has developed as a result of industrial accidents at radiation hazardous facilities;
    • provide an assessment of the radiation situation resulting from radioactive fallout from nuclear incidents.
    Measuring functions
    The equipment is capable of:
    • carry out remote measurement of instrument spectra at altitude;
    • identify the most characteristic radionuclides;
    • measure the dose rate (MD) of gamma radiation at altitude;
    • determine the value of the dose rate of gamma radiation at the level of 1 meter from the contaminated surface (route, terrain, roofing of buildings, etc.);
    • determine the radioactive contamination of areas in Bq / m2 and Ci / km2.

    Operating principle
    The equipment consists of two units for detecting gamma radiation, a high-sensitivity spectrometer-dosimeter and a wide-range dosimeter, as well as a BS interface unit, which provides communication between the measuring channels and the on-board computer. Blocks are installed on a common basis and are closed by a fairing.
    The results of dose rate measurements obtained at flight altitude are reduced to a level of 1 meter from the surface of a radioactively contaminated area or site using data on flight altitude, altitude conversion factors, and their dependence on temperature and air pressure. The processed information in the on-board computer (data at the measurement point at the flight altitude and data reduced to 1 m) is transmitted to the ground control station of the INDELA complex, and is also stored in the on-board storage device with reference to the coordinates of the location of the helicopter.
    If necessary, the ground control station additionally implements modes for the operator to enter corrections into the measurement results, depending on such specific factors as the depth of radionuclides in the soil, the type of vegetation cover, and the localization of the pollution site in order to increase the reliability of airgamma survey results.
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