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List of unmanned aerial vehicles

A Boeing 720 being flown under remote control as part of NASA's Controlled Impact Demonstration

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

Contents

  • Algeria 1
  • Argentina 2
  • Armenia 3
  • Australia 4
  • Austria 5
  • Azerbaijan 6
  • Belarus 7
  • Belgium 8
  • Brazil 9
  • Bulgaria 10
  • Canada 11
  • Chile 12
  • China (PRC) 13
  • Colombia 14
  • Costa Rica 15
  • Croatia 16
  • Czech Republic 17
  • Egypt 18
  • Estonia 19
  • Finland 20
  • France 21
  • Georgia 22
  • Germany 23
  • Greece 24
  • Hungary 25
  • India 26
  • Indonesia 27
  • International 28
  • Iran 29
  • Israel 30
  • Italy 31
  • Japan 32
  • Jordan 33
  • Latvia 34
  • Malaysia 35
  • Mexico 36
  • Netherlands 37
  • New Zealand 38
  • Norway 39
  • North Korea 40
  • Pakistan 41
  • Peru 42
  • Philippines 43
  • Poland 44
  • Portugal 45
  • Romania 46
  • Russia 47
  • Saudi Arabia 48
  • Serbia 49
  • Singapore 50
  • South Africa 51
  • South Korea 52
  • Spain 53
  • Switzerland 54
  • Sweden 55
  • Taiwan 56
  • Thailand 57
  • Tunisia 58
  • Turkey 59
  • United Arab Emirates 60
  • United Kingdom 61
  • United States 62
  • Vietnam 63
  • References 64
  • Further reading 65
  • External links 66

Algeria

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Belgium

Brazil

Bulgaria

Canada

CL-289, reconnaissance (1990)

Chile

UAV Stardust II

China (PRC)

Colombia

  • Navigator X2[56]
  • Iris UAV[57]
  • Araknos. Advector Unmanned Systems[58]

Costa Rica

  • SA-SkyHunter, aerial mapping (2014)[59]

Croatia

  • BL M-99 Bojnik[60]

Czech Republic

Egypt

Estonia

Finland

France

Lehmann Aviation UAV Kit

Georgia

Georgian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
  • Unmanned Aerial System[70]

Germany

Luna X 2000 UAV for reconnaissance and ESM missions of the German Army

Greece

Hungary

Interspect UAS B 3.1 Photogrammetry Platform

India

India is also planning to buy UAVs two troops (eight drones each) of New Delhi and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bangalore)

Indonesia

  • PUNA Sriti (Pesawat Udara Nir-Awak, Made by BPP Teknologi)
  • PUNA Wulung (Pesawat Udara Nir-Awak, Made by BPP Teknologi)[85]
  • LSU-02 (Lapan Surveillance UAV-02, Made by Lapan)
  • LSU-05 (Lapan Surveillance UAV-05, Made by Lapan)
  • STD (Small Target Drone, Made by PT Mandiri Mitra Muhibbah - 2004)
  • MTD (Medium Target Drone, Made by PT Mandiri Mitra Muhibbah - 2010)
  • LTD (Large Target Drone, Made by PT Mandiri Mitra Muhibbah - 2006)

International

Iran

Israel

Italy

EosXi in flight

Japan

Jordan

Latvia

Malaysia

Mexico

Netherlands

  • Higheye HE60, Cam helicopter[89]
  • Higheye automatic camera helicopters[89]
  • Verhagen X2[90]
  • Geocopter B.V.[91]

New Zealand

Valkyrie from X-craft Enterprises
  • KAHU-HAWK[92]
  • RQ-84 AreoHawk[93] Hawkeye UAV LTD
  • Valkyrie[94] X-craft Enterprises
Angelray from X-craft Enterprises
  • Angelray[95] X-craft Enterprises

Norway

North Korea

Pakistan

National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM), Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Integrated Dynamics, SATUMA and GIDS.

A SATUMA Jasoos in camouflage scheme.
A Falco UAV on display.

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

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

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Pegaz - long range tactical UAV
High Speed Target Drone
Rapier Unmanned Helicopter

Singapore

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

The Spanish Fulmar during a flight
The SCRAB II ready to launch

Switzerland

Sweden

Taiwan

Thailand

Tunisia

Turkey

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

InView UAV for use in scientific, commercial and state applications.

United States

AAI Pioneer UAV flying over Iraq

Vietnam

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