The Chinese WJ series UAVs are developed by the 3rd Academy Hiwing of CASIC. Facing the various modern application requirements, the Third Academy has made full efforts in the unmanned combat system, and created a variety of unmanned systems for different fields and different application scenarios, which will definitely show a good reputation in the future intelligent unmanned combat system market.
WJ-100 UAV can be configured with different loads according to user needs. WJ-100 UAV features flexible deployment and can be used for aerial reconnaissance, battlefield surveillance, geographic exploration, disaster monitoring, etc.
China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp, the nation's largest missile-maker, has begun to develop military drones that can evade radar and anti-aircraft weapons. The company is focusing on the development of a long-endurance stealth drone and a near-space drone, said Wei Yiyin, CASIC deputy general manager and a member of the CPPCC National Committee. It's all part of CASIC's determination to become a world-class provider of unmanned aircraft and related services. "As military reforms are drastically changing armed forces around the world, drones have become an indispensable weapon in modern warfare because they can play an important role in high-resolution reconnaissance, long-distance precision strikes, anti-submarine operations and aerial combat," Wei said.
Within the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-20) period, CASIC would strive to develop technologies for long-endurance stealth drones, complete the design of high-speed combat/reconnaissance drones and use these new products to tap domestic and international markets.
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