SYIA UAV

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SYIA UAVs are Chinese unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) developed by Shenyang Institute of Automation (SYIA) of Chinese Academy of Sciences that include both the fixed- and rotary-wing UAVs, and most of its rotary-wing UAVs are marketed under the brand name ServoHeli.

ServoHeli-40[edit]

ServoHeli-40 UAV is an unmanned helicopter developed by SYIA in conventional helicopter layout with a pair of skids as landing gear system. ServoHeli-40 utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) airframe and integrates it with flight control system indigenously developed by SYIA.[1]

  • Length: 2.68 m
  • Width: 0.77 m
  • Height: 0.72 m
  • Main rotor diameter: 2.15 m
  • Max speed: 100 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 70 km/h
  • Ceiling: 1 km
  • Payload: 15 kg
  • Max take-off weight: 40 kg
  • Endurance: 1 h @ 10 kg payload @ 36 km/h
  • Max wind scale allowed for operation: 5
  • Power plant: 8 hp engine

ServoHeli-120[edit]

ServoHeli-120 UAV is an unmanned helicopter jointly developed by SYIA and Tianjin University in conventional helicopter layout with a pair of skids as landing gear system. ServoHeli-120 is the electrically powered cousin of ServoHeli-40.[2] Specification:[3]

  • Length: 3.84 m
  • Width: 0.96 m
  • Height: 1.26 m
  • Main rotor diameter: 3.29 m
  • Max speed: 120 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 95 km/h
  • Ceiling: 3 km
  • Payload: 40 kg
  • Max take-off weight: 120 kg
  • Endurance: 1.5 h @ 20 kg payload @ 36 km/h
  • Max wind scale allowed for operation: 6
  • Power plant: electric/battery

ServoHeli-260[edit]

ServoHeli-260 UAV is an unmanned helicopter jointly developed by SYIA and Tianjin University. ServoHeli-260 adopts a unique configuration that combines coaxial and NOTAR to improve performance, and it can be recovered by parachute. Specification:[4]

  • Length: 1.8 m
  • Width: 0.3 m
  • Height: 0.6 m
  • Main rotor diameter: 1.6 m
  • Max speed: 80 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 50 – 60 km/h
  • Ceiling: 1.8 km
  • Empty weight: 16 kg
  • Payload: 5 kg
  • Max take-off weight: 25 kg
  • Endurance: 1 h
  • Max wind speed allowed for operation: 40 km/ in flight, 26 km/h during take-off and landing.
  • Power plant: gasoline engine

ServoHeli-520[edit]

ServoHeli-520 UAV is an unmanned helicopter jointly developed by SYIA and Tianjin University. ServoHeli-520 adopts a unique configuration that combines coaxial and tail rotor to improve performance, and it can be recovered by parachute. Specification:[5]

  • Length: 1.89 m
  • Width: 0.45 m
  • Height: 0.65 m
  • Main rotor diameter: 1.66 m
  • Tail rotor diameter: 0.24 m
  • Max speed: 80 km/h
  • Cruise speed: 50 – 60 km/h
  • Ceiling: 3.5 km
  • Empty weight: 16 kg
  • Max payload: 10 kg
  • Max take-off weight: 25 kg
  • Endurance: 1 h
  • Range: 60 km
  • Max wind speed allowed for operation: 40 km/h in flight, 26 km/h during take-off and landing
  • Power plant: lithium battery

Extensive Soar 3[edit]

Extensive Soar 3 (Bo-Xiang or Boxiang 博翔) UAV is an unmanned helicopter developed by SYIA specifically for aerial inspection of power lines. Extensive Soar 3 has conventional helicopter layout and a pair of skids as landing gear. The fuselage of Extensive Soar 3 is slender than most other unmanned helicopters developed by SYIA, and program first begun in 2009 and was completed in 2011 after approximately two years of development.[6] Specification:[7]

  • Length: 3.8 m
  • Remote control radius: 20 km
  • Payload: 30 kg
  • Max take-off weight: 120 kg
  • Endurance: 1 h
  • Max wind scale allowed for operation: 5

Reconnaissance UAV[edit]

Reconnaissance UAV developed SYIA is an unmanned helicopter with conventional helicopter layout with a pair of skids as landing gear.[8] The complete name is Low Altitude Reconnaissance Flying Robot (Di-Kong Zhe-Cha Fei-Xing Ji-Qi-Ren, 低空侦察飞行机器人).[9] Reconnaissance UAV has entered service with Chinese law enforcmet and armed with non-lethal weapons such as tear gas dischargers.[10]

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