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AR500 unmanned helicopter passed preliminary acceptance

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Update time : 2021-07-31 04:52:30

On the evening of July 22, the sound of the rotor of an AR500 drone cutting through the air drove away the silence around the A rong Flag General Airport. After 160 minutes of flight, with its safe landing, the forest Floating aerial platform successfully completed the 100km flight verification and passed the preliminary acceptance, indicating that the system has "actual combat capability".

Leaders of forest Fire Department of emergency Management Department, Inner Mongolia Forest Fire Brigade and Heilongjiang Forest Fire Brigade as well as the acceptance expert group watched the flight demonstration on site, and highly evaluated the stability and superior flight performance of the AR500 platform.


During the demonstration flight, the AR500 uav flew 220 km continuously for 160 minutes, flew at an altitude of 2,950 m, and was up to 101 km from the control vehicle, demonstrating its superior flight performance. During the flight, the aircraft used photoelectric reconnaissance equipment, ultrashort wave voice repeater and broadband AD hoc network equipment to build a temporary base station in the air, which verified the system's large-scale fire reconnaissance, voice, audio and video back transmission and other tasks.


The forest floating air communication relay platform is modified and developed on the basis of THE AR500 unmanned helicopter system, aiming at the communication problem of the "last kilometer" in the fire site. It mainly consists of unmanned helicopter platform, communication command, transportation support and other systems, and is equipped with mission loads such as photoelectric reconnaissance, ultra-short wave voice relay broadband AD hoc network and so on.

The system has the characteristics of flexible and mobile deployment, large function distance and long space time. It can perform the tasks of air disaster reconnaissance, voice communication relay and ground video acquisition and return in the extreme harsh conditions such as road blocking, no network coverage, rain and snow, and in the rescue scenarios such as forest fire fighting, earthquake and geological disasters day and night. It can meet the command requirements of unified deployment, hierarchical command, fast maneuver and direct to the terminal, greatly expand the communication coverage, and effectively improve the coverage accuracy and emergency rescue command efficiency.

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