Indela-Sky.Spider. Specifications. A photo.
Indela-Sky.Spider. Specifications. A photo.

Indela-Sky.Spider. Specifications. A photo.


Indela-Sky.Spider - Belarusian multipurpose unmanned aerial vehicle developed by «Independent Development Laboratory».

The Belarusian unmanned aerial vehicle model Indela-Sky.Spider is positioned as a civil air vehicle, although its real capabilities allow this drone to be used in the military sphere. The Indela-Sky.Spider UAV has a wide range of functionality, in particular, this drone can be used as an observation, patrol and reconnaissance means, and the tasks actually performed are much wider, in particular the Indela-Sky.Spider UAV can be used to monitor a fire hazard situation , Used as a means for monitoring the environment, etc.

Unmanned aerial vehicle Indela-Sky.Spider quadrocopters made in configuration, and, dimensions drones are very impressive, in particular, the length and width of the device is a meter 1 58 cm, while the height of the UAV is 43 centimeters. Through the use of configuration quadrocopters, the drone can perform takeoff and landing in a strictly vertical plane, allowing this unit the opportunity to operate under virtually any terrain.

Drone Indela-Sky.Spider is equipped with a powerful electro-optical camera, which sends sverhchёtkoe image of the investigated objects and terrain, however, due to lack of an infrared camera, the UAV operation is possible only in the light of the day.

Powerplant UAV Indela-Sky.Spider represented by four brushless electric motors that allow the drone to develop a static traction in 0,108 kN., While the maximum speed of the device is about 60 km \ h.


Specifications Indela-Sky.Spider.


  • Length: 1,58 m .;
  • Width: 1,58 m .;
  • Height: 0,43 m .;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 12 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 40 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 60 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 20 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 2100 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: Electric;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: 4 x 0,027 kN.



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