Pchela-1T UAV Weapon Systems // Aircraft // RPVs/Drones/Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles

Country of Origin: Russia

The Pchela-1T uncrewed aerial vehicle (UAV) is part of a mobile system for performing real-time surveillance with onboard TV equipment. The Pchela can conduct operations at ranges up to 40 mi (60 km) from the ground remote-control post. The system of vehicles combined with the UAV has also been called the Stroy-P system. The research and development of the UAV began as early as 1982. Eventually, the A.S. Yakovlev Design Bureau created the predecessor, the DPLA-605 Pchela, a remotely...


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