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A Boeing 720 being flown under remote control as part of NASA's Controlled Impact Demonstration.
Comparison of many UAV.
Ingenuity helicopter, first Mars Helicopter on sol 46 after being deployed on martian surface by Mars 2020 perseverance rover

The following is a list of unmanned aerial vehicles developed and operated in various countries around the world.

Algeria[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Armenia[edit]

Australia[edit]

Austria[edit]

Azerbaijan[edit]

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Brazil[edit]

  • 14-X, a mach 10 UVA scramjet under development by FAB
  • A-20 LTA VANT Commercial UAV of Space Airships.[21]
  • Acauã VANT Experimental UAV of the Brazilian Air Force to develop electronic systems for future Brazilian UAVS.[22]
  • XMobots Apoema 1000B LALE (low-altitude long-endurance) (2009)
  • AGPlane UAV of AGX/Aeroalcool.Agricultural and civilian surveillance UAV.[23][24]
  • Arara M1 Small surveillance UAV.[23]
  • Arara T1 Small UAV/target of AGX/Aeroalcool for the Brazilian Navy.[23]
  • Azimute Santos Lab Comercio e Industria Aerospacial Ltda.[25][26]
  • BQM-1BR First Brazilian UAV/target of the CBT (Companhia Brasileira de Tratores).[27][28]
  • Caçador, developed from Israeli IAI Heron
  • Carcara Infantry portable UAV, in service with the Brazilian Marine Corps Santos Lab Comercio e Industria Aerospacial Ltda.
  • Carcara II New version of Carcara for the Navy, Santos Lab Comercio e Industria Aerospacial Ltda.[29]
  • Dumont - New Technologies,[30]
  • Eletron UAV of the BRVANT.[31]
  • Avibras Falcão Tactical UAV, Avibras[32][33]
  • Flight Technologies FS-01 Watchdog Brazilian Tactical reconnaissance UAV[34][35][36]
  • Flight Technologies FS-02 AvantVision Brazilian mini UAV[34]
  • Flight Technologies FT-100 Horus Soldier portable UAV, in small service in the Brazilian army Flight Technologies based on FS-02[37]
  • Flight Technologies FT-200 Watchdog Brazilian Tactical reconnaissance UAV by Flight Technologies based in FS-01[38]
  • Flight Technologies VT-15 UAV In test of the Brazilian Army, based on Flight Technologies FT-200 Watchdog.[citation needed]
  • Gyro 200 ED mini-UAV Quadcopter of the Gyrofly Innovations.[39][40]
  • Gyro 500 Mini-UAV Quadcopter of the Gyrofly Innovations.[41]
  • Harpia This is a medium size tactical UAV of the Harpia Systems (Joint-Venture of the Embraer Defense and Security, AEL Systems and Avibras),[42][43] halted in January 2016[44]
  • Hornet H2 UAV of the BRVANT.[31]
  • Jabirú Santos Lab Comercio e Industria Aerospacial Ltda.[45]
  • Aeromot K1AM UAV/Target drone for the Brazilian Navy, based in Northrop KD2R-5 Drone.[46]
  • Proton UAV of the BRVANT.[31]
  • SARVant Surveillance UAV developed by a consortium of OrbiSat (SAR Radar)[47] Aeroalcool (airframe) and AGX (flight controls).[47]
  • Sea Runner target of the Brazilian Air Force.[48]
  • Tiriba Brazilian mini UAV by AGX Tecnologia.4 kg, light civilian UAV[49]

Canada[edit]

CL-289, reconnaissance (1990)

Chile[edit]

  • Sirol, reconnaissance and research (2007)[61]
  • Sirol 221, reconnaissance and meteorology research (2008)[62]
  • Stardust II, reconnaissance and aerial imaging(2010)[63]
  • Lascar UAV, reconnaissance (2012)[64]

China (PRC)[edit]

Colombia[edit]

  • Navigator X2[65]
  • Araknos V2, multirotor. Advector, Unmanned Systems[66]
  • Koleopteros, multirotor. Advector, Unmanned Systems[67]
  • Buteos LTE, fixed wing. Advector, Unmanned Systems[68]

Costa Rica[edit]

  • SA-SkyHunter, aerial mapping (2014)[69]

Croatia[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark[edit]

Finland[edit]

  • MASS Mini-UAV, reconnaissance[74]

France[edit]

Lehmann Aviation L-A series 2016
Donecle drone performing an autonomous inspection of an aircraft.

Georgia[edit]

Georgian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Germany[edit]

Wingcopter 178 HL UAV on a trial medical sample delivery flight for Merck Group.[78]
Luna X 2000 UAV for reconnaissance and ESM missions of the German Army.

Greece[edit]

India[edit]

Rustom-1 UAV prototype

Indonesia[edit]

  • PUNA Wulung (Pesawat Udara Nir-Awak, Made by BPP Teknologi)[104]
  • LSU-02 (Lapan Surveillance UAV-02, Made by Lapan)
  • LSU-03 (Lapan Surveillance UAV-03, Made by Lapan)
  • Elang Hitam (IAe Male UAV, Made by PT IAe - 2020)[105]
  • LTD (Large Target Drone, Made by PT Mandiri Mitra Muhibbah - 2006)[106]

International[edit]

Iran[edit]

List of Iranian drone bases

Israel[edit]

IAI Super Heron
Elbit Hermes 900

Italy[edit]

Piaggio P.1HH HammerHead
Sky-Y
Sky-X

Japan[edit]

Jordan[edit]

Latvia[edit]

  • UAVFACTORY Penguin B dual-purpose (civil/military), fixed-wing UAV (2010)[112]
  • FIXAR: FIXAR 007 (civilian), fixed-wing vertical take-off and landing UAV [113][114]

Malaysia[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Valkyrie from X-craft Enterprises
  • KAHU-HAWK[119]
  • RQ-84 AreoHawk[120] Hawkeye UAV
  • Hawkeye Systems Hawk GS-500[121]
  • X-craft Enterprises Valkyrie[122]
  • X-craft EnterpriseS Angelray[123]

Nigeria[edit]

Norway[edit]

North Korea[edit]

  • Domestically produced Chinese Sky-09P developed through North Korea's UAV program 2005-2014[128][129]

Pakistan[edit]

A Pakistani Falco UAV on display.

Peru[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Romania[edit]

  • Air Strato
  • Argus S - surveillance (2005)[174]
  • Argus XL - reconnaissance (2007)[175]
  • ATT-01 - target drone[176]
  • Hirrus - surveillance (2018)[177]
  • IAR-T - research, target and surveillance (1997)[178]
  • Quarrus - target drone[179]
  • SACT Boreal 5[180]

Russia[edit]

UAV ZALA 421-08, a man-portable Russian UAV capable of 90min flight time with video/photo/IR camera
Ka-135
Korshun
  • Altius-M[181]
  • Sukhoi S-70 Okhotnik-B (Hunter), close to Skat and BAE and US UCAVs stealth UCAV unveiled in 2017.[182]
  • Mikoyan Skat: stealth reconnaissance-attack
  • Kronstadt Grom , equivalent as xq 58
  • Kronstadt Molnya , smaller similar to Grom [183]
  • Orion, comparable to RQ1 RQ3 and RQ9[184]
  • Altius[185]
  • Korsar[186]
  • Luch (UAV)[187]
  • Sukhoi Zond-1 (UAV) AWACS station for intelligence, surveillance and interception project[188]
  • Yak Voron "raven" UCAV for long range, high speed strike capability[189]
  • Yak Klest Reconnaissance UAV to replace the Russian armed forces' Pchela-1s.[citation needed]
  • Lavochkin La-17, target and reconnaissance (1953)
  • Tupolev Tu-123, reconnaissance (1964)
  • Tupolev Tu-141, reconnaissance (mid-1970s)
  • Tupolev Tu-143, reconnaissance (1970s onward)
  • Yakovlev Pchela, reconnaissance (1986s)
  • Kamov Ka-137, reconnaissance helicopter 1998
  • ZALA 421-06
  • ZALA 421-08, reconnaissance mini uav 2007
  • ZALA 421-12
  • Dozor 600, reconnaissance-attack aircraft late 2010[190][191]
  • Dozor-100, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance unmanned aircraft system 2009[192]
  • Dozor-50, Intelligence, surveillance 2007[193]
  • Dozor-85, Aerial mapping, border patrol, surveillance[194]
  • Dozor-3, Heavy UAV for military reconnaissance and strike capability 2009[195]
  • Kamov MBVK-137, Multipurpose Unmanned Helicopter complex[196]
  • PUSTELGA, Mobile complexes (MC) based on autonomously piloted flying microvehicles (FMV)[197]
  • REIS-D, Unmanned tactical aerial reconnaissance, operational as of 2000[198]
  • RPV PCHELA-1T, Reconnaissance, operational as of 2000[199]
  • Aist ("Stork"), Multirole(UAV)[200]
  • Yak ALBATROS-EXPERT vertical start and landing remote-piloted vehicle (RPV) intended for television (infra-red vision) air reconnaissance of the underlying surface in the day-time and at night, EXPERT is the integrated system comprising three RPV, ground control station, launcher and servicing equipment.[201]
  • Chirok[202]
  • Lastochka, reconnaissance project (2011)[203]
  • High-tech Iskatel reconnaissance project (2012)[204]
  • Orlan-10, reconnaissance UAV[205][206]
  • ENICS E-95 / E08M[207]
  • Radar-MMS BPV-500[208]
  • Geoscan Lite — fixed-wing aerial survey UAV [209]
  • Geoscan 201 — fixed-wing aerial survey UAV with GNSS receiver and multispectral camera [210]
  • Geoscan 401 — multirotor drone with variable payload [211]
  • Geoscan 501 — multirotor aerial survey drone [212]
  • Forpost[213][214]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Pegaz - long range tactical UAV

Singapore[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

South Africa[edit]

South Korea[edit]

  • Korea Aerospace Night Intruder NI-100N or DUV-4, medium-range tactical reconnaissance[227]
  • Korea Aerospace RQ-101, short-range for tactical reconnaissance[228]
  • Korea Aerospace RQ-102, short-range for tactical reconnaissance, target detection and target designation and combat damage assessment[229]
  • Korea Aerospace Night Intruder 600VT, VTOL (Vertical Takeoff and Landing) unmanned helicopter for reconnaissance missions[230]
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-7[231]
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-9 medium-range tactical reconnaissance[231]
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-FS MALE, medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) UAV
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-VH, Unmanned System-Vertical Helicopter[232]
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-FC, unmanned combat air vehicle [UCAV] with stealth capacities[233]
  • Uconsystem Remo Eye 006B[234]
  • Uconsystem Remo Eye 002B[235]
  • Uconsystem T-Rotor[236]
  • Uconsystem Drone Killer[237]
  • LIG Nex1 KCD-200 heavy-lift UAV[238]

Spain[edit]

The SCRAB II ready to launch
The Spanish Fulmar during a flight

Sri Lanka[edit]

Sri Lankan UAV Lihiniya MK I

Switzerland[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Thailand[edit]

Tunisia[edit]

High payload capacity UAV TAI Aksungur

Turkey[edit]

Bayraktar TB2 UCAV

Ukraine[edit]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

Zipline delivery drone
Swift020/021
(スウィフト020/021) in Kobe
AAI Pioneer UAV flying over Iraq

List of United States drone bases

Vietnam[edit]

See also[edit]

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