TiANY UAVs are Chinese]UAVs developed by Xi’An Sky Wing Aviation Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (TiANY, 西安天翼航空科技有限公司), some of which has entered service with various local law enforcement agencies, as well as being used for agricultural missions.
Quadcopter developed by TiANY is used for agricultural applications such as crop dusting, and over seven hundred units have been sold. The quadcopter can be folded for transportation and storage, and landing gear consists of two pairs of legs.
TY-X8 is an octocopter developed for aerial photography and cinematography missions. TY-X8 utilizing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) subsystems, such as DJI Innovations Wookong flight control systems and PTZ camera. Other COTS utilized by TY-X8 includes Futaba remote control station. Landing gear consists of a pair of legs, and rotors are constructed of carbon fiber composite material.
Although capable for various missions, TiANY hexacopter is mainly used by police for aerial surveillance missions. As with its larger cousin TY-X8, the land gear of this hexacopter also consists of a pair of skids.
List of unmanned aerial vehicles of China
CASM CK-GY UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Ceke Spatial Info-tech Co., Ltd. (北京测科空间信息技术有限公司) of Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping , and many of which has entered service with Chinese law enforcement and governmental establishments. CK = Ce Ke (测科), a Chinese abbreviation of Ce-Hui Ke-Xue (测绘科学), which means Surveying and Mapping Science.
BJT Tech UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Bai-Ji-Te (BJT) Technologies Ltd. . A security technology firm, the initial involvement of BJT Tech in UAV arena is providing system integration, flight control and mission control software, as well as some subsystem hardware. Recently, BJT Tech has expanded its UAV business by providing its own UAVs, most of which utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) airframes.
China Eagle GY-SMZ UAVs are Chinese unmanned helicopters developed by Beijing China Eagle Aviation Science and Technology Co., Ltd. , some of which have been deployed by Chinese military, local law enforcement and other governmental establishments. As of early 2014, all unmanned helicopter developed by China Eagle utilize commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) airframe, integrated with domestic Chinese flight control system (FCS) indigenously developed by China Eagle.
HTEC UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Guangzhou Hong-Tian Aviation Science and Technology Co., Ltd. . Initial UAVs fielded by HTEC utilizes commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) subsystems, such as airframe, and eventually, these are replaced by domestic Chinese counterparts indigenously developed by HTEC. Several HTEC UAVs have entered service with local law enforcement and Chinese governmental establishments.
Nanning Huishi UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Nanning Hui-Shi Science and Technology Co., Ltd. . Originally a developer of UAV subsystems such as aerial survey payload, data processing software, and other software such as geographic information system utilizing results obtained by aerial survey, Huishi eventually ventured to the final product market of UAV by developing entire UAV system of its own.
SWGA UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Shaanxi Sky Wing General Aviation Science and Technology Service Co., Ltd. . Originally in the business of general aviation and ultralight aviation, SWGA ventures into UAV arena first by manufacturing UAV designed by other Chinese UAV developers, and later developed its own. As of early 2014, three UAVs marketed by SWGA are its own designs, and both of them are rotary UAVs.
BUAA unmanned helicopters are Chinese UAVs developed by Beihang University (BUAA), some of which have entered service with the Chinese military and government establishments.
Up-Tech UAVs are Chinese unmanned aerial vehicles developed by Beijing Up-Tech Co., Ltd. . Originally a provider of cybernetics and robotics, Up-Tech is also a provider of aviation subsystem including autopilot, flight control system (FCS), navigational system and aviation software. Recently, Up-Tech has expanded its business to manufacturing the entire UAV thru its IFLY UAS division, in addition to providing subsystems.
NUAA unmanned multicopters are Chinese unmanned multirotors developed by Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), and these UAVs are mainly for research purposes.
NCHU V/STOL UAVs are several Chinese UAVs developed by Nanchang Hangkong University (NCHU), most of which are experimental aircraft used to explore different V/STOL technologies, and some of these UAVs are used to explore aircraft carrier landing technologies.
Viga Tech Golden Green a family of Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Viga Aviation Communication Science and Technology Co., Ltd. , some of which have entered service in China for aerial cinematography, photography, and survey missions.
HLKX Hawk Eyerotary wing UAVs are Chinese rotary wing UAVs developed by Guilin Hanglong Kexun Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. , some of which have entered service with Chinese military, paramilitary, law enforcement and governmental agencies.
NTVU UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by (NTVU, 南通职业大学) and has entered service in China for aerial cinematography, photography, and survey missions with local business.
THPB UAV is a series of Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle developed by Tonghua Police Bureau and has entered service with local law enforcement. As of 2014, a total of three types of unmanned aerial vehicles have been developed, and all of them are Tongfei (通飞) series, all of which are equipped with satellite navigation.
Top Soaring UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Top Soaring New Technology Co., Ltd. . Originally a model airplanes manufacturer, Top Soaring has expanded its business into the arena of UAVs recently by developing unmanned multicopters mainly intended for agricultural applications.
JCGW UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Shanxi Jiang-Chuan Guo-Wei Unmanned System Technology Co., Ltd. , some of which have entered service in China for aerial cinematography, photography, and survey missions wit various local governmental and commercial establishments.
Taihua (泰华) UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Taihua Weiye Science and Technology Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hengshui Taihua Group Co., Ltd.
Weihai Police Bureau UAV is a Chinese UAV developed by Weihai Public Security Bureau , and has entered service in with local law enforcement.
Chunyi CY UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Chunyi Aviation Science and Technology Co., Ltd. , and most of them have entered service with Chinese military governmental establishments.
PowerVision UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by PowerVision Technology Ltd , which ranges from multirotors to unmanned fixed-wing and rotary wing aircraft, most of which are intended for aerial survey missions.