Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules. Specifications. A photo.
Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules. Specifications. A photo.

Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules. Specifications. A photo.


Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules - UAV specialized commercial purpose, designed by the company «Aero Telemetry».


Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules photo


The design of the Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules unmanned aerial vehicle was started by the US aircraft modelers and aircraft experts in 2010. This aircraft is a small copy of the world's largest aircraft, capable of transporting up to 750 people on its board, however, this unmanned drone is used for exclusively specialized operation, in particular, the UAV is used for shooting feature films, which in turn allows for accuracy Transmit the image of the once-existing aircraft with a wingspan of 98 meters.

Despite the fact that the unmanned aerial vehicle Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules was designed for ready-made model, the creation of the drone took about two years of hard work, however, in the year 2012, device creation process has been completed and was officially presented to the UAV.


Photo Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules


If necessary, the drone Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules can be equipped with means of video footage that allows you to send a direct image of flight of the drone, or else, the device can also be attached to special sensors, provide an opportunity to transfer the movements of unmanned aircraft during flight , with subsequent processing by graphics bulk.

Wingspan unmanned air means is about 6,66 meters, while the length of the UAV 4,7 meter that fully corresponds to the scale size of the real plane Hughes H-4 Hercules.


Specifications Aero Telemetry H-4 Hercules.


  • Length: 4,7 m .;
  • Wingspan: 6,66 m .;
  • Height: 1,63 m .;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: unknown;
  • Cruising flight speed: unknown;
  • Maximum flight speed: unknown;
  • Maximum flight distance: unknown;
  • Maximum flight height: unknown.
  • aircraft engine type: a piston;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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