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The following is a list of Unmanned aerial vehicles developed and operated by various countries around the world. Listed with primary mission(s) and year of first flight.

Argentina

Australia

  • Aerosonde Mk 1, reconnaissance
  • Aerosonde Mk 2, reconnaissance
  • Aerosonde Mk 3, reconnaissance
  • Aerosonde Aeroguard
  • BAE Systems Australia Brumby
  • Cybird, development
  • Codarra Avatar P-1

Austria

Belgium

Brazil

  • XMobots Apoena LALE (low-altitude long-endurance) (2009)
  • Carcara UAV Santos Lab Comercio e Industria Aerospacial Ltda.
  • EMBRAVANT EMBRAVANT - Empresa Brasileira de Veículos Aéreos Não Tripulados
  • FS-01 Watchdog Brazilian medium range tactical UAV
  • UAV VTOL FS-03 VTOL-UAV with 150 km range.
  • 14XBrazilian Hypersonic UAV, used to put satellites on orbit.[in development]

Brazil/South Africa

Bulgaria

  • RUM-1, target (1967)
  • RUM-2, target (1967)
  • RUM-2M, target (1969)
  • RUM-2MB, target (1971)
  • [M-200], target (1971)
  • UtRUM, targer (1974)
  • P-200, target (1975)
  • Yastreb-1, target (1978)
  • Yastreb-2, target (1981)
  • Yastreb-3,target (1982)
  • NITI (2006)

Canada

CL-289, reconnaissance (1990)
  • Canadair CL-89, reconnaissance (1964)
  • CL-289, reconnaissance (1990)
  • CL-227 Sentinel, reconnaissance (1977)
  • CL-327 Guardian, reconnaissance (1996)
  • CH-160, reconnaissance (2009) [2]
  • CH-280, reconnaissance (2010)
  • CH-320, reconnaissance (2012)
  • Draganflyer E4, surveillance (2009)
  • Draganflyer X4, surveillance (2009) [3]
  • Draganflyer X6, surveillance (2009) [4]
  • Draganflyer X8, surveillance (2010) [5]
  • Draganfly Tango, reconnaissance [6]
  • Silver Fox ALIX (Atlantic Littoral Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Experiment) (2004)
  • ADVANCED SUBSONICS/XIPHOS Grasshopper (2000)
  • MMIST CQ-10 Snowgoose (2000)

Chile

  • Sirol, reconnaissance and researsh (2007) [7]
  • Sirol 221, reconnaissance and meteorology researsh (2008) [8]

China (PRC)

Czech Republic

France

Germany

Luna X 2000 UAV for reconnaissance and ESM missions of the German Army
  • Drohne CL 289
  • EADS Barracuda, German-led program together with Spain
  • EMT Aladin, reconnaissance
  • EMT Fancopter, reconnaissance
  • EMT Luna, reconnaissance
  • EMT X-13
  • EuroHawk, reconnaissance (developed together with the U.S.)
  • MIKADO
  • OFFIS Guard, reconnaissance and research [11]
  • Rheinmetall KZO, reconnaissance
  • Rheinmetall Carola P70
  • Rheinmetall Carola T140
  • Rheinmetall Taifun

Greece

India

The DRDO Rustom UAV at the Display.

Indonesia

  • PUNA (Pesawat Udara Nir-Awak, Made by BPP Teknologi)

International

  • EADS Barracuda (Germany/Spain)

Israel

IAI Pioneer UAV flying over Iraq

Iran

Italy

Japan

  • Fuji TACOM, reconnaissance
  • Fuji FFOS, observation
  • Fuji J/AQM-1, target
  • Fuji RPH-2, industrial
  • Kawasaki KAQ-1, target
  • Yamaha R-50, industrial
  • Yamaha R-MAX, industrial

Jordan

Lebanon

  • Mirsad-1, reconnaissance, possible weapon (2004)

Malaysia

Mexico

Netherlands

  • Higheye HE60, Cam helicopter[13]
  • Higheye automatic camera helicopters[14]
  • Verhagen X2[15]

New Zealand

Pakistan

Peru

  • CEDEP-1

Philippines

  • TUAV (Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle)[21][22]

Poland

  • AerialRobotics EasyUAV[23]
  • ITWL HOB-bit[24]
  • WB Electronics SOFAR[25]
  • WB Electronics RUFUS[25]

Serbia

  • IBL-2000
  • Mini UAV Gavran (Raven)
  • Medium UAV
  • Nikola Tesla-150 - First Serbian unmanned aerial vehicle built by a team of students called “EMA”[26]
  • Vrabac[27]

Singapore

South Africa

UAV YellowPlane, Observer a man-portable UAV capable of 30min flight time with video/photo/IR camera

South Korean

  • KAI Night Intruder, reconnaissance [28]

Soviet Union/Russia

UAV ZALA 421-08, a man-portable Russian UAV capable of 90min flight time with video/photo/IR camera

Spain

The Spanish Fulmar during a flight

Switzerland

Sweden

  • SHARC
  • Saab Skeldar
  • Saab FILUR Flying Innovative Low-observable Unmanned Research air vehicle
  • CybAero APID 55

Taiwan

Turkey

Bayraktar Mini UAV, first mini unmanned aerial system used by Turkish Armed Forces.
Malazgirt VTOL Mini Unmanned System operated by Turkish Armed Forces
  • TAI TIHA (MALE) (due 2010)
  • Bayraktar Mini UAV (Reconnaissance)
  • Bayraktar Malazgirt Heli UAV
  • TAI Gözcü Tactical UAV
  • Bayraktar Danişment Tactical UAV
  • Turna TAI
  • Keklik TAI
  • Şahit TAI
  • Baykuş TAI
  • PelikanTAI
  • Martı TAI
  • VESTEL Efe (Mini) 2007
  • VESTEL Arı (Micro) 2007
  • Globiha Mini UAV

Thailand

United Kingdom

United States

Vietnam

Open Source UAV Projects

References

  1. ^ http://www.defesanet.com.br/fab1/bataleur.htm
  2. ^ http://www.challis-heliplane.com/v3/index.php
  3. ^ http://www.draganfly.com/uav-helicopter/draganflyer-x4/ Draganflyer X4
  4. ^ http://www.draganfly.com/uav-helicopter/draganflyer-x6/index.php Draganflyer X6
  5. ^ http://www.draganfly.com/uav-helicopter/draganflyer-x8/index.php Draganflyer X8
  6. ^ http://www.draganfly.com/uav-airplane/tango/ Draganflyer Tango
  7. ^ UAV Sirol
  8. ^ UAV Sirol 221
  9. ^ website
  10. ^ website
  11. ^ www.flugrobotik.de
  12. ^ [1]
  13. ^ http://www.higheye.nl
  14. ^ http://higheye.nl/
  15. ^ http://www.verhagenx2.com/index.html
  16. ^ "NZ Army ISTAR Battlelab". NZ Army. 17 July 2007. http://www.army.mil.nz/at-a-glance/news/army-news/archived-issues/2007/378/naib.htm. Retrieved 22 February 2010. 
  17. ^ a b www.pac.org.pk
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h www.idaerospace.com
  19. ^ http://rupeenews.com/2008/04/20/pakistans-indigenous-uavs-uqaab-jasoos-mukhbar/ Rupee News article - Pakistan's Indigenous UAVs
  20. ^ a b Rupee News article - Pakistan's Indigenous UAVs
  21. ^ http://www.military-quotes.com/forum/philippines-army-navy-marine-modification-t22123.html
  22. ^ http://www.timawa.net/forum/index.php?topic=8262.0;wap2
  23. ^ http://www.rc-cam.com/forum/index.php?/topic/3278-easyuav-personal-drone-for-aerial-photography-fpv/
  24. ^ http://www.itwl.pl/pl/pdf/hobbit.pdf
  25. ^ a b http://www.wb.com.pl
  26. ^ http://www.ema-uav.org
  27. ^ http://www.politika.rs/rubrike/Drustvo/Vrabac-novi-adut-Vojske-Srbije.sr.html
  28. ^ http://www.koreaaero.com/business/uav_01.asp
  29. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52zO0S13nak
  30. ^ http://theasiandefence.blogspot.com/2009/08/russias-newest-uav-at-maks-2009.html
  31. ^ http://www.aerovision-uav.com
  32. ^ http://www.inta.es/otri.aspx?Id=8&SubId=44&SubSubId=0#A6
  33. ^ http://www.strategypage.com/militaryforums/69-21726.aspx
  34. ^ Composite Engineering BQM-167 Streaker
  35. ^ http://www.gyrodynehelicopters.com
  36. ^ a b c http://www.arcturus-uav.com/
  37. ^ http://www.imaging1.com/nightvision/UAV.html
  38. ^ http://atairaerospace.com/leapp/
  39. ^ http://atairaerospace.com/microleapp/
  40. ^ http://www.imicro.biz
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