TAI Marti. Specifications. A photo.
TAI Marti. Specifications. A photo.

TAI Marti. Specifications. A photo.


TAI Marti - a multi-purpose unmanned military aircraft, developed by the Turkish company «Turkish Aerospace Industries» in 2003 year.

UAV TAI Marti became a design by Turkish aircraft manufacturers and aerospace technology experts in the early 2000-ies. Despite the relatively simple structure of this unmanned air tools, drone TAI Marti has broad functionality, in particular, the UAV can be used to perform tasks related to the exploration area, used for aerial photography, and the implementation of patrol work, but also be used as a learning tool for future UAV operators.

Due to the relatively compact size of the fuselage of an unmanned air tools, with its length just 1,2 meter span of the wings of the UAV 2 meters, the drone has a small mass, which provides ease of its transportation and transportation. In its standard version, the drone TAI Marti may exercise directly take off from a specially prepared ground, or else, in a limited area, it means the air can be run with the help of a catapult.

As a means of surveillance, unmanned aircraft TAI Marti uses one optical camera and a infrared camera that allows you to operate the unmanned vehicle, both in the daytime and at night.

The power plant of the Turkish UAV is represented by one of the brand two-cylinder engine OS MAX 46 FXI capacity of 1,7 hp, which allows drone reach a maximum speed of its flight in 100 km \ h., At the same time, the maximum duration of stay in the autonomous air from an unmanned aerial vehicle is limited one hour, it is not always effective.


Specifications TAI Marti.


  • Length: 1,2 m .;
  • Wingspan: 2 m .;
  • Height: 0,4 m .;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 12 kg .;
  • Cruising flight speed: 80 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 100 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 20 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 900 m.
  • aircraft engine type: a piston;
  • Powerplant: OS MAX 46 FXI;
  • Power: 1,7 hp



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