TTAviation ZM8A. Specifications. A photo.
TTAviation ZM8A. Specifications. A photo.

TTAviation ZM8A. Specifications. A photo.


TTAviation ZM8A is a Chinese unmanned agricultural vehicle developed by Tian-Tu Aviation Technology Development Co..

The TTAviation ZM8A unmanned aerial vehicle is intended for operation in the agricultural sector, while the aircraft itself was designed by aircraft builders from Tian-Tu Aviation Technology Development Co. on the basis of the TTAviation ZM8A drone, and although the similarity of the designs clearly conveys this, the device is not upgraded version, and is positioned as a separate UAV.

The Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle model TTAviation ZM8A is designed to perform tasks related to watering and chemical processing of fields and agricultural lands, but, despite its narrow purpose, this drone proved to be quite popular, and therefore continues to be produced serially and to this day.

The TTAviation ZM8A agricultural airplane was designed by Chinese aircraft builders in a multi-copter configuration, and the aircraft has small dimensions, in particular, the length and width of this drone is 1 meter 42 centimeter, which makes it easy to transport. Moreover, it is important to take into account also the fact that an unmanned air vehicle has the ability to take off and land in a vertical plane, so that an aircraft can be operated in almost any terrain.

The drone TTAviation ZM8A is equipped with eight electric brushless motors, which allow it to travel at a cruising speed of 18 km / h, with a maximum flight distance of 2 kilometers, which is perfectly suited for the realization of the set goals.


Specifications TTAviation ZM8A.


  • Length: 1,42 m .;
  • Width: 1,42 m .;
  • Height: Unknown;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: unknown;
  • Cruising flight speed: 18 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 30 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 2 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 250 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: Electric;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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