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TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV
  • TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV
  • TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV
  • TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV

TYW-1 Reconnaissance and Strike UAV

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The TYW-1 uav, developed by Beihang University in Beijing, one of China's top institutes for science and technology, is an unmanned aircraft for reconnaissance and combat based on the BZK-005 high-altitude, long-range reconnaissance drone, which the university also developed.

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Unveiled on 13 November China’s TYW-1 strike-capable reconnaissance UAV features four underwing pylons and is reported to have a maximum take-off weight of 1,500 kg.

The TYW-1, which has a wingspan of 18 m, features the same pusher-engine, twin-boom, outward-canted stabiliser design of the BZK-005, the latter of which is believed to be in service with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

The 9.85 m-long and 2.5 m-high TYW-1, however, is reported to have a maximum take-off weight of 1,500 kg compared with the 1,250 kg of the BZK-005.

According to Chinese media reports, the TYW-1 can carry a 370 kg payload, features four underwing pylons, has a ceiling of 7.5 km, an endurance of 40 hours, and can reach a top speed of 200 km/h.

The UAV is also equipped with an electro-optical system that can reportedly read a licence plate 50 km away from an altitude of 5,000 m. It also features both line-of-sight and satellite navigation and control systems.

The company also displayed what appeared to be a new version of the BZK-005 featuring a system mounted under the UAV’s nose that could be electronic support measures (ESM), a radar, or a communication relay.

n early April 2016 the BZK-005 was spotted on Woody Island in the South China Sea, and in September 2013 Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-15J aircraft intercepted a BZK-005 flying near the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands.

Beihang Unmanned Aircraft System Technology is an offshoot of the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA), which originally developed the BZK-005 together with the Harbin Aircraft Industry Group.
maximum take-off weight 1,500 kg
wingspan 18 m
long 9.85 m
high 2.5 m
payload 370 kg
ceiling 7500m
endurance 40 hours
top speed 200 km/h.
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