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Tiancai UAV s are Chinese UAVs developed by Anqing Tiancai (Tian-Cai, meaning Sky Colorful) Aviation Model Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (Tiancai,安庆市天彩航空模型科技有限公司). Originally a successful model aircraft manufacturer, Tiancai has expanded its business into UAV arena based on the experience gained in developing model aircraft.
Anqing is a prefecture-level city in the southwest of Anhui province, People's Republic of China. Its population was 5,311,579 at the 2010 census, with 780,514 living in the built-up area.
As of 2014, a total of seven UAVs developed by Tiancai have been revealed and marketed, and all of them are unmanned blimps intended for aerial advertising, cinematography, photography and survey missions. Industrial application of these unmanned blimps are mainly in the power line inspection and installation missions. These unmanned blimps are classified by their respective length
|Model||Length (m)||Propulsion||Max wind scale allowed for operation|
|7-m class||7||Ducted fan||—|
|9-m class||9||Ducted fan||—|
|10-m class||10||Ducted fan||8|
|10.5-m class||10.5||Propellers in push-pull configuration||—|
|11-m class||11||Ducted fan||—|
List of unmanned aerial vehicles of the People's Republic of China
The Guizhou Soar Dragon, is an unmanned aerial vehicle of the High-Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) type, featuring an unusual joined, tandem wingplan. As of 2011 it is being developed by the People's Republic of China for reconnaissance and possible anti-shipping missions.
SUST UAV is a Chinese unmanned blimp developed by College of Geomatics of Shandong University of Science and Technology (SUST). SUST unmanned blimp has entered service with Chinese firms and authorities mainly in aerial photography and survey missions. Although the unmanned blimp can also perform various other tasks such as patrol, surveillance, reconnaissance, and post disaster assessment, it is not known that actual missions of such assignments have been flown, because there is not any Chinese official governmental or independent confirmation. Specification:
Lizu UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Lizu Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. .
FK UAVs are Chinese remotely piloted blimps developed by (China) Special (Aerial) Vehicle Research Institute , also known as the 605th Institute, a research establishment of AVIC. Production of FK series unmanned blimps are currently handled by Jingmen Aviation Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (荆门航空科技有限公司), a wholly owned subsidiary of SVRI. FK unmanned blimps are intended for various civilian and military applications and are sometimes classified by their approximate length. Typical unmanned blimps has the following characteristics and most models are derivatives of this model.
Tianxiang UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Tianxiang Aerospace Science and Technology Co., Ltd. . Tianxiang products covers a wide range of unmanned aircraft, including paragliders, helicopters, fixed wing airplanes and blimps.
AUTC UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Tianjin Aurora UAV Technology Co., Ltd. . As of 2013, a total of four have been publicized.
SSC UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Beijing Skyship-Century Aviation and Technology Co., Ltd. , whose UAV products cover fixed and rotary wing aircraft, blimps, and ballons.
Divine Ark UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Chengdu Shen-Zhou Aircraft Co., Ltd. , which is a company formed by retired aeronautical specialists. As of end of 2013, all of its products are unmanned blimps.
FYAT UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Linyi Feng-Yun Aviation Technology Co., Ltd. , some of which have entered service with Chinese law enforcement and other governmental establishments.
Gsafety UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Anhui Ze-Zhong Safety Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (Gsafety,安徽泽众安全科技有限公司). As of end of 2013, all of UAVs developed by Gsafety are either unmanned blimps or multirotors.
The CASM Overseer are a series of Chinese UAVs developed by the Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping, many of which have entered service with Chinese law enforcement and governmental establishments.
Flying Eagle UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Jinan Flying Eagle Aviation Science and Technology Co., Ltd. . Originally a company providing aerial photography, cinematography, survey, and advertising services using UAVs provided by other manufacturers, Flying Eagle has begun to develop UAVs of its own based on its extensive UAV operating experience. The first indigenously developed Flying Eagle UAV is an unmanned blimp, which has been successfully developed, and the company is currently developing unmanned helicopters as its next indigenously developed UAV.
New Art Model UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Kunming Blimp Xin-Yi Model Co., Ltd. . Originally a successful model aircraft company, New Art Model has recently expanded its business into UAV arena by developing UAVs based on its experience of model aircraft.
Chiny UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Hangzhou Chiny Aircraft Technology Co., Ltd. , many of which have entered service with both civilian, local law enforcement and other governmental establishments in China.
Vantage Airship UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Shanghai Vantage Airship Manufacture Co., Ltd. . As the name of the company implies, most of its UAV products are airships, and as of 2014, all of them are remotely controlled unmanned blimps, with the letter R included in the model number to indicate remotely controlled.
Fangzhou UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Suzhou Fangzhou Aerial-Model Co., Ltd. . Originally a successful model aircraft manufacturer, Tiancai has expanded its business into UAV arena based on the experience gained in developing model aircraft. Currently, all UAV developed by Fangzhou are unmanned blimps in categories listed below.
WHWASC UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Weihai Wind Air Sports Club (WHWASC) and entered service in China for aerial advertising, cinematography, photography, and survey missions.
Golden eagle series UAV are Chinese unmanned blimps developed by [China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co.,Ltd. ], a wholly owned subsidiary of Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC). GAIGA is also known more commonly known as AVIC Special Aircraft Research Institute (中航工业特种飞行器研究所).
The Cloud Shadow, is an unmanned aerial vehicle of the High-Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) type, featuring an stealthy air-frame. As of 2017 it is being developed by the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group for reconnaissance and precision strike mission.
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