TiANY UAV

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UAV
Role
National origin China
ManufacturerTiANY
DesignerTiANY
First flight2014
Introduction2014
StatusIn service
Primary user China

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.

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Quadcopter

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.

Specification [1]

TY-X8

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 contructe of carbon fiber composite material. [2]

Hexacopter

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.

Specification [3]

See also

List of unmanned aerial vehicles of China

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References

  1. "TiANY quadcopter" . Retrieved 2014.{{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. "TiANY TY-X8" . Retrieved 2014.{{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. "TiANY Hexacopter" . Retrieved 2014.{{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)