BAE Systems GA22. Specifications. A photo.
BAE Systems GA22. Specifications. A photo.

BAE Systems GA22. Specifications. A photo.


BAE Systems GA22 - British multipurpose unmanned aircraft, developed in 2008, the company «BAE Systems».


BAE Systems GA22 photo


Design UAV BAE Systems GA22 been deployed by British experts in the field of aerospace technology in 2006 year. The project itself was exclusively scientific interest, however, had a very large prospect, since then its possible operation interested both civil services and organizations, and the military command.

In 2008, the unmanned aerial vehicle models BAE Systems GA22 made its first flight, during which the drone was able to perfectly demonstrate their effectiveness, however, mass production of the UAV was never deployed, although the project has not been closed.

Drone BAE Systems GA22 has very impressive dimensions, in particular in its length in 24 meters and height 9 meters, this device is characterized by a high maneuverability, which, however, is not required.

Unmanned aerial vehicle models BAE Systems GA22 has quite an unusual configuration - in essence, this device is an unmanned radio-controlled airship, moreover, is present in this configuration, and a very practical side, in particular, the unmanned aerial vehicle can remain in the autonomous flight to 120 hours that very effectively.

Powerplant unmanned air tool is represented by two electric motors that provide the airship maximum speed of its repetition in 60 km \ h., At the same time, the effective radius of drone action is only 50 kilometers, which, however, can be optimized (in the management of drone satellite).


Specifications BAE Systems GA22.


  • Length: 24 m .;
  • Width: 7,8 m .;
  • Height: 9 m .;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 720 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 50 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 60 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 50 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 4000 m.
  • aircraft engine type: Electric;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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