Aisuo. Specifications. A photo.
Aisuo. Specifications. A photo.

Aisuo. Specifications. A photo.


Aisuo is a Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle developed in 2013 by Aisuo.

The development of the Aisuo unmanned aerial vehicle was started by Chinese aircraft builders from the company Aisuo in 2011. The new airplane was designed primarily for civilian applications, and could be used to implement a wide range of various tasks, including aerial photography and aerial photography, reconnaissance, observation, monitoring and patrol missions, search operations, etc., Which, incidentally, did not exclude the possibility of using this drone in the military sphere.

The first unmanned aerial vehicle Aisuo made its first flight in 2013 year, and due to the fact that there were no deviations from the parameters specified by the developers, the device was initially presented to the public, and later it was completely launched into the serial release, which continues present day.

The unmanned aerial vehicle is designed in a helicopter-type configuration and can take off and land in virtually any terrain, including those not specially prepared, which in turn increases the efficiency of this drone application, besides, it is important to note that the device itself does not possess Large dimensions, as a result of which, there are no problems with the operation of this UAV.

The power section of the Aisuo multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicle is represented by one electric motor that can accelerate the device to the maximum speed of flight at 80 km / h, however, the effective range of the drone is limited to a distance of 5 kilometers.


Technical characteristics of Aisuo.


  • Length: 1,7 m .;
  • The diameter of the rotor: 1,6 m .;
  • Height: Unknown;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 5 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 60 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 80 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 5 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 500 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: Electric;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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