|Role||Unmanned aerial vehicle|
|Manufacturer||Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing|
|Designer||Scientific Technical Center Delta|
|Primary user||Georgian Land Forces|
The Unmanned Aerial System is a type of unmanned aerial vehicle developed in Georgia. The system is intended for use in border policing, aerial reconnaissance, signals intelligence, disaster monitoring and other roles. It was presented to the Georgian minister of defence in April 2012.
The aircraft is powered by a built-in combustion engine. It lands on a parachute and unfolds airbags for protection. It is controlled remotely from a ground unit.
- Flight time: 8 hours
- Altitude: 100-3000 meters
- Speed: 60-160 km/h
- Payload: Dual camera, photographic camera, thermal camera, infrared camera
- "Unmanned Aerial System". Ministry of Defence of Georgia. 10 April 2012. Retrieved 15 April 2012.
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