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ceci dit, un détecteur de menace seulement sur le nez, ça empêche de voir derrière.

Je cherche et je trouve ceci : http://www.pzl.swidnik.pl/en/pzl-swidnik-sa-unveils-sw-4-solo-ruasoph-helicopter/0,-f3,1

Donc un hélico avec pilote en option. C'est bien, c'est le 1er concept de la sorte publié par AW / PZL. Mais ça reste bâtard et pas optimisé, à mi-chemin entre avec et sans.

Reste à voir quand il sortiront enfin un essaim guidé par un seul pilote !

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ceci dit, un détecteur de menace seulement sur le nez, ça empêche de voir derrière.

Je cherche et je trouve ceci : http://www.pzl.swidnik.pl/en/pzl-swidnik-sa-unveils-sw-4-solo-ruasoph-helicopter/0,-f3,1

Donc un hélico avec pilote en option. C'est bien, c'est le 1er concept de la sorte publié par AW / PZL. Mais ça reste bâtard et pas optimisé, à mi-chemin entre avec et sans.

Reste à voir quand il sortiront enfin un essaim guidé par un seul pilote !

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En effet, c'est un SW-4 RUAS/OPH

RUAS= Rotorcraft Unmanned Air System

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OPH= Optionally Piloted Helicopter

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C'est un EC-725, aux couleurs polonaises, mais devant appartenir à Eurocopter vu l'immatriculation temporaire et le fait que la Pologne n'est il me semble pas acheteuse d'EC-725...

C'est en effet, le EC725 AP présenté ces jours-ci au salon MSPO en Pologne

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Eurocopter voulant le vendre à Varsovie.

EC725 is also a candidate in the multi-role helicopter bid for the Polish Army, Navy and Air Force.">The Eurocopter rotorcraft has also been tested under combat conditions. EC725 Caracals from the Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre (French army aviation) have been used in Afghanistan on Combat SAR operations. These helicopters have also been ordered by the armed forces of Indonesia (6) and Kazakhstan (20). Brazilian navy and army are going to take delivery of sixteen EC725s each, while the air force of eighteen, including two in VIP transport configuration. Also Thailand considers procurement of these helicopters. EC725 is also a candidate in the multi-role helicopter bid for the Polish Army, Navy and Air Force.

142 EC225/725 helicopters are currently in use throughout the world, eighteen of these being used for SAR missions in seven countries. They have flown a total of over 250 thousand hours. They are used by the Japanese coast guard, French navy, Republic of Taiwan air force, Bristol Norway, CHC, Korean medical rescue services, PRC Ministry of Economy and SASEMAR.

From the very beginning the EC725 has been developed to meet the most demanding performance requirements: range, airspeed, payload. An excellent airframe was integrated with latest equipment, such as the 4-axis auto-pilot that allows hovering or picking up a survivor in all weather conditions, the flight control system (with all necessary capabilities: calculating the amount of fuel, SAR mission profiles, radio set control) that gives the crew 100 percent assurance of completing their rescue mission. A complete range of sensors (FLIR, radar, automatic identification system) controlled via a console in the cargo cabin or the cockpit and integration of components for location, confirmation, control, communication and data transfer. Open structure avionics allows problem-free integration of new devices in the future. All systems and equipment necessary for medical action and intensive care are mounted on cabin walls.

The transport version can carry up to 28 soldiers, the VIP version 8-12 passengers, and the medical version 11 stretchers and 4 members of medical crew. The payload of the EC725 is 5,285 kg. Flying at the economical speed (and with fuel reserve) the helicopter can cover 909 km, and its endurance (at a speed of 148 km/h) is no less than 4 hrs 20 min.

EC225/725 helicopters can operate regardless of the time of day and even at most adverse weather conditions. Thanks to reduction of pre-flight preparations to a minimum the helicopter can take off within 3 minutes after all crew members have entered it (not including any taxiing time). Its high cruising speed allows it to reach distant places within the so-called golden hour. The modern maintenance concept means that upon landing and completion of mission, all actions are performed in a short time, allowing the helicopter to be sent immediately again on another mission.

The Eurocopter rotorcraft has also been tested under combat conditions. EC725 Caracals from the Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre (French army aviation) have been used in Afghanistan on Combat SAR operations. These helicopters have also been ordered by the armed forces of Indonesia (6) and Kazakhstan (20). Brazilian navy and army are going to take delivery of sixteen EC725s each, while the air force of eighteen, including two in VIP transport configuration. Also Thailand considers procurement of these helicopters. EC725 is also a candidate in the multi-role helicopter bid for the Polish Army, Navy and Air Force.

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C'est l'autre concurrent Polonais à qui tu sais puisque j'en ai parlé et apposé plusieurs photos sur ce quiz.C'est un UAS sur base WZL-1

http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?217041-MSPO-2012-Military-industry-exhibition

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Demonstrator, dubbed the ILX-27, is less than the S-4. Maximum take-off weight, is 1100 kg (manned SW-4 - 1800 kg) and designed payload is 300 kg. The helicopter is to develop a top speed of 215 km / h, and the patrol speed is expected to be 120 km / h The expected range is about 400 km. The ceiling is more than 4 km. Demonstrator is powered piston engine Lycoming O-540-F1B5 260 bhp / Drawing: WZL No. 1/IL/ITWL

WZL-1 unmanned helicopter demonstrator build in a consortium with the Institute of Aviation and the Air Force Institute of Technology. Plants from Lodz responsible for developing a prototype for testing, the project responds to quantity, and the control system AFIT. Some structures are designed with composite helicopter. Demonstrator has already passed the first test ground. In total, they have built three prototypes, Testing, testing ground and flight testing.

The current phase of the construction of ILX-27 should be completed by the end of September. The project is funded by the National Research and Development Center / Photo: WZL No. 1/IL/ITWL

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