HEBUST forestry unmanned aerial vehicle

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HEBUST forestry
unmanned aerial vehicle
Role UAV
National origin China
Manufacturer Hebei University of Science and Technology
Status In service
Primary user China

The HEBUST forestry unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is a Chinese micro air vehicle (MAV) developed by Hebei University of Science and Technology (HEBUST, 河北科技大学) to perform surveilliance and fire detection missions over the forest where access by foot or ground vehicle is difficult or impossible.

The UAV has entered service with People's Armed Police (PAP) Forestry Force,[1] and the complete name given is Forestry Fire Alert and Surveillance UAV (Sen-Lin Huo-Jing Xun-Shi Wu-Ren-Ji, 森林火警巡视无人机).

To reduce the cost, the ground control station is derived from common game control console.

Specifications[edit]

Specification:[2]

  • Wingspan: 1.93 m
  • Length: 1.55 m
  • Max takeoff weight: 7 kg
  • Max payload: 2 kg
  • Speed: 90 km/h
  • Typical mission altitude: 1 km

See also[edit]

List of unmanned aerial vehicles of the People's Republic of China

References[edit]