List of unmanned aerial vehicles

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A Boeing 720 being flown under remote control as part of NASA's Controlled Impact Demonstration

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]

  • AAI Corporation Aerosonde - weather data[8]
  • AAI Corporation Aerosonde Mk.1[11]
  • AAI Corporation Aerosonde Mk.2[11]
  • AAI Corporation Aerosonde Mk.3[11]
  • AAI Corporation Aerosonde Mk.4[11]
  • Aerosonde Aeroguard[11]
  • ADRO Pelican Observer[8]
  • AVT Hammerhead Advanced VTOL Aerospace
  • BAE Brumby[8]
  • BAE Kingfisher[8]
  • Coptercam
  • Cyber Technology CyberQuad[12]
  • Cyber Technology CyberEye[12]
  • Cyber Technology CyBird[12]
  • Cyber Technology CyberWraith[12]
  • Codarra Avatar[8]
  • CSIRO Mantis[8]
  • GAF Jindivik[8]
  • GAF Turana
  • Entecho Demipod[8]
  • Entecho Mupod[8]
  • ADI Jandu[8]
  • Silvertone Flamingo[13]
  • Sonacom Mirli[8]
  • Sydney University Brumby
  • UAV Vision G18 Aeolus[8]
  • UAV Vision T21[8]
  • UAV Vision T26[8]
  • AVT Hammerhead[8]
  • V-TOL i-copter Phantom[8]
  • V-TOL i-copter Seeker[8]
  • V-TOL Mini Warrigal[14]
  • V-TOL Warrigal Explorer[14]
  • V-TOL Explore[14]
  • V-TOL Arrow[14]
  • V-TOL Quadrotor[14]
  • V-TOL Octocopter[14]

Austria[edit]

Azerbaijan[edit]

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

  • MBLE Épervier (1969)
  • B-Hunter UAV (2002)
  • Gatewing X-100 UAV (2010) - surveying and mapping applications [18]^
  • Flying-Cam 3.0 SARAH (2011)
  • AltiGator ALG-EOS
  • AltiGator ALG-750
  • AltiGator ALG-1000
  • OnyxStar FOX-C8
  • OnyxStar FOX-C8 HD
  • OnyxStar FOX-C8 XT
  • OnyxStar HYDRA-12
  • OnyxStar XENA

Brazil[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

Canada[edit]

CL-289, reconnaissance (1990)

Chile[edit]

  • Sirol, reconnaissance and research (2007)[59]
  • Sirol 221, reconnaissance and meteorology research (2008)[60]
  • Stardust II, reconnaissance and aerial imaging(2010)[61]
  • Polytechnic. Acad. Chilean Air Force Vantapa[citation needed]
  • Lascar UAV, reconnaissance (2012)[62]

China (PRC)[edit]

Colombia[edit]

  • Navigator X2[63]
  • Iris UAV[64]
  • Araknos V2, multirotor. Advector, Unmanned Systems[65]
  • Koleopteros, multirotor. Advector, Unmanned Systems[66]
  • Buteos LTE, fixed wing. Advector, Unmanned Systems[67]

Costa Rica[edit]

  • SA-SkyHunter, aerial mapping (2014)[68]

Croatia[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Estonia[edit]

  • ELIX XL, multirotor, ELI Military Simulations
  • Threod Theia; operational UAV
  • Threod Stream; fixed wing; tactical UAV
  • Threod EOS mini-UAS; fixed-wing UAV; military, government or commercial
  • Threod KX4 Interceptor, multirotor
  • Threod KX4 - LE, long-endurance multirotor

Finland[edit]

  • MASS Mini-UAV, reconnaissance[72]
  • AVARTEK AT-04

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]

Luna X 2000 UAV for reconnaissance and ESM missions of the German Army

Greece[edit]

  • HAI Pegasus, reconnaissance (1982)
  • HAI Pegasus II, reconnaissance (2005) [92]
  • EADS 3 Sigma Nearchos, reconnaissance (1996)[92]
  • EADS 3 Sigma Iris[92]
  • EADS 3 Sigma Alkyon[92]
  • EADS 3 Sigma Perseas[92]
  • BSK Defense Erevos MALE reconnaissance UAV (under development)[92]
  • BSK Defense Phaethon J tactical reconnaissance UAV[92]
  • BSK Defense Phaethon G tactical reconnaissance UAV (under development)[92]
  • BSK Defense Kyon mini reconnaissance UAV[92]
  • BSK Defense Ideon mini reconnaissance UAV[92]
  • HCUAV Surveillance UAV (2015)

Hungary[edit]

  • Interspect UAS B 3.1 (Commercial - Photogrammetry platform)
Interspect UAS B 3.1 Photogrammetry Platform

India[edit]

India is also planning to buy UAVs two troops (eight drones each) of IAI Heron from Israel.Under the Rs 1,200 crore contract with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), the Army will begin inducting these new Heron drones from January 2014.[93] Also, India is developing UAVs that are capable of flying on solar power.[94] Developed by DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation, New Delhi and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bangalore)

Indonesia[edit]

International[edit]

Iran[edit]

Israel[edit]

IAI Super Heron
Elbit Hermes 900

Italy[edit]

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

Japan[edit]

Jordan[edit]

Latvia[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

ALUDRA From CTRM

Mexico[edit]

  • QAE 108-100 by Quetzal Aeroespacial an UAV able to perform aerial observation in inaccessible and inhospitable areas.
  • QAE 108-200 by Quetzal Aeroespacial (In development) an UAS capable to perform vertical photography and orthophotography.
  • QAE 108-300 by Quetzal Aeroespacial (In development) an UAS capable to perform remote perception with a multispectral camera.
  • S4 Ehécatl by Hydra Technologies
  • E1 Gavilán by Hydra Technologies
  • El Beta-1A by AEROVANTECH[citation needed]

Netherlands[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Valkyrie from X-craft Enterprises

Nigeria[edit]

  • domestically produced Gulma UAV
  • domestically produced Amebo UAV
  • CASC Rainbow CH3
  • Tsaigumi UAV

Norway[edit]

North Korea[edit]

  • domestically produced Chinese Sky-09P developed through North Korea's UAV program 2005-2014 [115][116]
  • unnamed several reconnaissance/attack UAV's were mounted on Zil-130 light trucks and displayed April 15, 2012 during Pyongyang's military parade celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the birth of the Great Leader Kim Il Sung,[116] similar to the US developed Beechcraft MQM-107D Streaker introduced in 1987

Pakistan[edit]

A Falco UAV on display.

Peru[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Romania[edit]

  • Air Strato
  • IAR-T - research, target and surveillance (1997)[156]
  • Argus S - surveillance (2005)[157]
  • Argus XL - reconnaissance (2007)[158]
  • ATT-01 - target drone[159]
  • Soim 1 - target drone[160]
  • Soim 2 - target and target towing drone[161]
  • Hirrus - surveillance (2013)[162]
  • SACT Boreal 5[163]

Russia[edit]

UAV ZALA 421-08, a man-portable Russian UAV capable of 90min flight time with video/photo/IR camera
Ka-135
Korshun
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ENICS Eleron-3SV
  • AeroRobotiks Shark[citation needed]
  • Altius-M
  • KB-3 Rise Remez[citation needed]
  • ENICS DB Falcon Tribute[citation needed]
  • ENICS E-85[citation needed]
  • ENICS E-95 / E08M[164]
  • ENICS Eleron (in Russian)[citation needed]
  • ENICS Eleron-3 (in Russian)[citation needed]
  • ENICS Eleron-10 (in Russian)[citation needed]
  • Korsar
  • Radar-MMS BPV-500[165]
  • Sukhoi Okhotnik-B: stealth UCAV unveiled in 2017.[166]
  • NGOs Aviks Lark[citation needed]
  • NGOs Aviks Hummingbirds[citation needed]
  • NELK Hummingbirds[citation needed]
  • IEMZ Istria[citation needed]
  • Russian Helicopters Hawk[citation needed]
  • Aerokon Inspector[citation needed]
  • ZALA Aero ZALA-421-04[citation needed]
  • ZALA Aero ZALA-421-02[citation needed]
  • NELK Favourite[citation needed]
  • CB Ray Tipchak[citation needed]
  • CB-4 Albatross Rise[citation needed]
  • Yak Voron "raven" UCAV for long range, high speed strike capability[167]
  • Yak Klest Reconnaissance UAV to replace the Russian armed forces' Pchela-1s.[citation needed]
  • Yak Proryv-R Heavy weight MTOW (UAV)
  • 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
  • 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[168][169][170]
  • Dozor-100, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance unmanned aircraft system 2009[171]
  • Dozor-50, Intelligence, surveillance 2007[172]
  • Dozor-85, Aerial mapping, border patrol, surveillance[173]
  • Dozor-3, Heavy UAV for military reconnaissance and strike capability 2009[174]
  • Kamov MBVK-137, Multipurpose Unmanned Helicopter complex[175]
  • PUSTELGA, Mobile complexes (MC) based on autonomously piloted flying microvehicles (FMV)[176]
  • REIS-D, Unmanned tactical aerial reconnaissance, operational as of 2000[177]
  • RPV PCHELA-1T, Reconnaissance, operational as of 2000[178]
  • Aist ("Stork"), Multirole(UAV) [179]
  • 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.[180]
  • Mikoyan Skat : stealth reconnaissance-attack
  • AR-10 UAV UCAV (SR10 derivate)
  • Okhotnik O-B (Hunter) Suhoj UCAV, close to Skat and BAE and US UCAVs
  • OKB iS (KAPO) UAV (and UCAV) powered by turbofan (NPO AL OMKB or AMNTK Saljut or Klimov) and close to Predator C (Avenger)
  • Orion UAV Suhoj, derivate of Inohodets comparable to RQ1 RQ3 and RQ9
  • Al'tjus Altjus-M, Altajr and Inohodets [181]
  • Fregat vtol to stovl UAV, Korsar UAV
  • Proryv' multirole MALE and UCAV
  • Sukhoi Zond-1 (UAV) AWACS station for intelligence, surveillance and interception project[182]
  • Sukhoi Zond-2 (UAV) Electro-optical and infrared sensors and a synthetic aperture radar for Intelligence, surveillance
  • Sukhoi Zond-3 Small (UAV) for Reconnaissance project.
  • Chirok[183]
  • Shtil UAV made by Kvand
  • RHV-35
  • Luch UAV
  • Lastochka, reconnaissance project (2011)[184]
  • High-tech Iskatel reconnaissance project (2012)[185]
  • Orlan-10[186][187]
  • Forpost[188][189]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Pegaz - long range tactical UAV
  • IBL-2000 Reconnaissance
  • Mini UAV Gavran (Raven) Reconnaissance
  • Medium UAV Reconnaissance
  • Nikola Tesla-150 - First Serbian unmanned aerial vehicle built by a team of students called "EMA"[193]
  • Vrabac UAV[194]
  • Pegaz 011[195] (development)
  • Rapier Unmanned Helicopter Unmanned combat aerial vehicle with weapons (development)
  • High Speed Target Drone UCAV for long range, high speed strike capability (development)
  • Tip-Jet Helicopter[196] (development)
  • Kobac Reconnaissance
  • BPL SILA 750C Long range Reconnaissance with weapons (development)
  • Gavran 2K Reconnaissance
  • Nikola Tesla-300 Reconnaissance
  • Nikola Tesla-500an advanced version of NT-300, much lighter in weight, Reconnaissance (development)
  • Mini UAV Sova medium Reconnaissance
  • IBL-40 smaller version Reconnaissance
  • Pupin BPL 2 medium helikopter Reconnaissance (development)
  • Galeb Reconnaissance under testing from Novi Sad university

Singapore[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

South Africa[edit]

South Korea[edit]

  • Korea Aerospace Night Intruder NI-100N or DUV-4, medium-range tactical reconnaissance[198]
  • Korea Aerospace RQ-101 short-range tactical reconnaissance[199]
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-7[citation needed]
  • Korean Air Aerospace KUS-9 medium-range tactical reconnaissance[citation needed]
  • uconsystem Remo Eye 006[200]
  • KARI TR-100 Tilt rotor VTOL UAV
  • KARI TR-60 Miniature version of TR-100
  • KAL KUS-TR or TR-6x an advanced version of TR-100, much lighter in weight

Spain[edit]

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

Switzerland[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Thailand[edit]

  • Athena-1 Indigenous model
  • Mercury-1 Indigenous model
  • Zephyr-1 Indigenous model
  • Boreas-1 Indigenous model
  • eSUAV500 Indigenous model
  • eSUAV600 Indigenous model
  • eSUAV700 Indigenous model
  • eSUAV800 Indigenous model
  • eSUAV900 Indigenous model
  • Upcoming Mercury-2 Indigenous model
  • Upcoming Apollo-1 UCAV Indigenous model
  • UAV RD01
  • Tigershark II
  • UAV DTI RTN KSM150
  • Black Kite UAV[213]
  • UAV G-Star
  • T-eagle Eye III
  • IAI Searcher (with Israel)
  • Aerostar (with Israel)
  • AeroVironment RQ-11 Raven (with US)

Tunisia[edit]

  • TATI Nasnas MK1[214]
  • TATI Nasnas 320
  • TATI Jebel Assa
  • TATI Super Jebel Assa
  • TATI Fixed Wing HALE Buraq
  • TATI Rotary Wing Jinn
  • TATI Rotary Wing SAR

Turkey[edit]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

United States[edit]

AAI Pioneer UAV flying over Iraq

Vietnam[edit]

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