Airbus’ VSR700 unmanned aerial system – which can be stationed aboard frigates and destroyers alongside manned helicopters – offers the best balance of payload capability, endurance, and operational costs.

Technical data

Metric

Performance

Endurance Over 10 hours 8 hrs with full tactical load
Payloads Rapid role change, multiple payloads (EO/IR, Radar, COMINT, AIS, etc.)
Maximum speed 185 km/h
Ceiling 6,000 m

Dimensions

Length 6.2 m
Height 2.28 m
Main rotor diameter 7.2 m

Characteristics

Propulsion Aviation-certified engine Diesel fuel and jet fuel
Maximum takeoff weight 700 kg
Max wind for takeoff & landing 74 km/h
Imperial

Performance

Endurance Over 10 hours 8 hrs with full tactical load
Payloads Rapid role change, multiple payloads (EO/IR, Radar, COMINT, AIS, etc.)
Maximum speed 120 kts
Ceiling 20,000 ft

Dimensions

Length 19.6 ft
Height 7.4 ft
Main rotor diameter 23.5 ft

Characteristics

Propulsion Aviation certified engine Diesel fuel and jet fuel
Maximum takeoff weight 1,543 lb
Max wind for takeoff & landing 40 kts

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VSR700 in focus

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Missions

The multi-mission capabilities of the VSR700
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