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03.07.2013

Aircraft objects "Expert" and "Albatross"

Aircraft object Aircraft object "Expert". Photo source www.mainpump.com

Yakovlev Design Bureau began flight tests of two remotely piloted aircraft objects under the code name "Expert" and "Albatross". These flying objects are for reference television (thermal) aerial reconnaissance of the underlying surface in the daytime and night-time and control of the environment on various physical parameters. Transfer the information to the ground control is carried out in real time.

UAV "Expert"

UAV "Expert" operates as a part of the complex, which includes three UAVs, ground control station, launcher and maintenance facilities. The complex can be placed on the vehicle type "minivan."

UAV "Albatross"

UAV "Albatross" operates as a part of the complex, including the UAV itself, control room and facilities maintenance. The complex can be located on a ship or two cars of "KAMAZ".

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