Country of Origin: Sweden
The Skeldar (Old Norse for "shield") unmanned helicopter system first appeared in 2006 as the Skeldar V-150, which was derived by Saab Aerosytems from CybAero's Apid 5 series of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). A short- to medium-range system, the current Skeldar version is the 200, which uses a larger heavy-fuel engine.
The system is designed to undertake a range of civil and military tasks. Its vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capability allows it to operate from unprepared...
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