Friday, December 2, 2022

Vietnam Successfully Made Long Range UAV

Academy of Science and Technology of Vietnam in conjunction with the Ministry of Public Security has successfully developed unmanned aircraft HS-6L which could fly 4.000km .

According to information from the Academy of Science and Technology, unmanned aerial vehicle HS-6L is a collaborative project with the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam, complete prototype fabrication to date 01/11/2015.

On the occasion of Academician Professor Gusakov, Chairman of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus and Belarusian delegation to visit and work at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, the Institute has launched the electronic reconnaissance aircraft unmanned long-range and implementing the flight test program.


Assoc. Dr. Pham Ngoc Lang, Chairman of the research project, said Vietnam has enough ability to manufacture unmanned aerial vehicle range to serve the cause of economic development and social-security contribution Organization country.

According to Vietnam, the unmanned aerial vehicle HS-6L has a wingspan of 22m, equipped with Rotax 914 engine for its range cruise to 4.000km, continuous operating time of 35 hours, using satellite navigation systems . HS-6L capable of carrying reconnaissance camera, radar.

Estimated flight test program unmanned aerial vehicle HS-6L will take place on the South China Sea in QII / 2016.

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