BAS-200 of Russian Helicopters was the first ever UAV at MAKS-2021

BAS-200 of Russian Helicopters was the first ever UAV at MAKS-2021

26-Jul-2021 Source: Russian Helicopters

The Russian Helicopters holding (part of the Rostec State Corporation) for the first time presented its new project BAS-200 at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2021 – a helicopter-type unmanned aerial vehicle. This aircraft will become the first unmanned participant in the air show’s flight program in history.

The maximum takeoff weight of the vehicle is 200 kilograms. It can reach speeds of up to 160 km / h and carry a payload weighing up to 50 kilograms. BAS-200 is capable of performing flights for up to 4 hours at altitudes up to 3900 meters. At the air show, a ground control complex is also presented, providing communication with the drone at a distance of up to 100 kilometers. The length of the apparatus is 3.9 meters, the height is 1.2 meters.

BAS-200 can be used to perform a wide range of aviation operations: terrain monitoring, cargo delivery, search and rescue and agricultural operations.

The development of the BAS-200 project and the conduct of flight tests of the drone is carried out by the Mil and Kamov National Helicopter Building Center of the Russian Helicopters holding.

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