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Belarusian drones: Multifunctional aircraft, a surveillance dirigible, and innovative multicopters in the Year of Science

Belarusian drones: Multifunctional aircraft, a surveillance dirigible, and innovative multicopters in the Year of Science
19 Jan 2017

A new company from Belarus entered the global market of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) nearly five years ago. The competitive advantages include innovations, vigorous R&D, and the use of the best materials and reliable systems. At present the enterprise R&D Center for Multifunctional Unmanned Complexes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (NASB) makes aerial vehicles, which are recognized and are in demand in Belarus and abroad.

The product range includes the multipurpose drones Busel and Burevestnik, which are used by the fire-fighting and emergency response service, the army, the border guard service, and Belarusian farmers, as well as an unmanned dirigible for environmental monitoring and security surveillance. At the beginning of 2017 the Year of Science the Belarusian UAV designers stated they are going to make professional multicopters with Full HD cameras soon. One of the models will be able to record in Full HD from as far as 10km away to help the border service, police, and environmental protection agencies. Another model will be designed for farmers. It will be able to disseminate fertilizers in a convenient and frugal manner, spray crop protection agents, and survey fields.

In the future the Belarusian scientists intend to create an unmanned helicopter for transporting cargoes and people as well as an atmospheric satellite for monitoring air space 20km and higher above the Earth’s surface.

Products of the R&D Center for Multifunctional Unmanned Complexes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus are covered by the special report…

Belarusian drones: Multifunctional aircraft, a surveillance dirigible, and innovative multicopters in the Year of Science
Yuri Yatsyna, Director of the enterprise R&D Center for Multifunctional Unmanned Complexes
Staff scientist Alexander Levadny
Leading software engineer Vadim Potapov
Electronics engineer Sergei Loiko
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