Airshow China 2018: Unmanned military systems take centre stage

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Read: 2239     16:55     09 November 2018    

New Chinese unmanned aerial, ground, and sea vehicles (UAVs, UGVs, and USVs) took centre stage at the 6-11 November Airshow China 2018 defence exhibition in Zhuhai.


At least 100 state-owned and private companies that develop and manufacture unmanned air and land platforms - as well as associated equipment such as avionics, mission payloads, weapons, power and propulsion systems, and structural components and spare parts - showcased their latest developments at the event, with many of these companies displaying in a dedicated UAV Hall for the first time in the event's history.

Consistent with Airshow China's reputation for being an outlet to officially unveil previously secret developments to the public, state-owned defence primes such as China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) took the opportunity to take the wraps off secretive programmes that had appeared as conceptual designs or models at earlier exhibitions.

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Airshow China 2018: Unmanned military systems take centre stage

2018/11/1541766827.jpg
Read: 2242     16:55     09 November 2018    

New Chinese unmanned aerial, ground, and sea vehicles (UAVs, UGVs, and USVs) took centre stage at the 6-11 November Airshow China 2018 defence exhibition in Zhuhai.


At least 100 state-owned and private companies that develop and manufacture unmanned air and land platforms - as well as associated equipment such as avionics, mission payloads, weapons, power and propulsion systems, and structural components and spare parts - showcased their latest developments at the event, with many of these companies displaying in a dedicated UAV Hall for the first time in the event's history.

Consistent with Airshow China's reputation for being an outlet to officially unveil previously secret developments to the public, state-owned defence primes such as China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) took the opportunity to take the wraps off secretive programmes that had appeared as conceptual designs or models at earlier exhibitions.

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