Emil UAV

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Emil UAV
Role UAV
National origin China
Manufacturer Emil Technology Co., Ltd.
Status In service
Primary user China

Emil UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Henan Emil Technology Co., Ltd. (Emil, 河南华健科技有限公司) in Zhengzhou. As of 2013, a total of four have been publicized.

Shining Star 1[edit]

Shining Star 1 (Guang-Ming-Xing Yi-Hao or Guangmingxing Yihao, 光明星1号) is a hand-held micro air vehicle (MAV). Weighing less than 3 kg, Shining Star cannot be heard at a hundred-meter away. Shining Star has a conventional layout with propulsion provided by a two-blade propeller mounted behind the wing.[1]

China Sword 10-015[edit]

China Sword (Hua-Jian or Huajian, 华剑) 10-015 is an UAV of twin-boom design and the landing gear system consists of a pair of skids. The UAV is powered by a two-blade propeller driven by a pusher engine mounted at the rear end of the fuselage. The UAV can be launched by a catapult or taxiing off, and it can recovered via parachute or normal taxi landing.[2]

China Sword 11-080[edit]

China Sword (Hua-Jian or Huajian, 华剑) 11-080 is a development of the smaller China Sword 10-015 with increased size, endurance and payload. China Sword 11-080 has the identical layout of China Sword 10-015.[3] Specification:[4]

  • Endurance (hr): > 4
  • Payload (kg): 80
  • Unit price (¥): 1,000,000

China Star 01-015[edit]

China Star (Hua-Xing or Huaxing, 华星) 01-015 is an unmanned helicopter of conventional helicopter layout, with a pair of skids as landing gear system.[5]

See also[edit]

List of unmanned aerial vehicles of the People's Republic of China