The new Mini-UAV Unmanned Aerial Vehicle helicopter Magic-Eye is unveiled at TADTE 2013 1908135

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TADTE 2013
Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition

15 - 18 August 2013
Taipei, Taiwan
 
New Mini-UAV Magic-Eye at TADTE 2013
 
 
Monday, August 19, 2013, 07:03 AM
 
The new Mini-UAV Unmanned Aerial Vehicle helicopter Magic-Eye is unveiled at TADTE 2013.
The Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (CSIST) of Taiwan unveils its new Mini-UAV Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Magic-Eye at TADTE 2013, the Taipei Aerospace and Defense Technolgy Exhibition which was held from 15 to 18 August 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan.
     
The Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (CSIST) of Taiwan unveils its new Mini-UAV Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Magic-Eye at TADTE 2013, the Taipei Aerospace and Defense Technolgy Exhibition which was held from 15 to 18 August 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan.
The new Magic-Eye Mini-UAV of CSIST at TADTE 2013, Aerospace and Defense Technology in Taipei, Taiwan.
     
The CSIST is the primary research and development institution of the Republic of China Ministry of National Defense's Armaments Bureau and has been active in the development of various weapons systems and dual use technology.

CSIST is also involved in developing systems for Taiwan's civilian space program. The institute is administered under the Armaments Bureau of the ROC (Republic of China) Ministry of National Defense (MND), and is headquartered in Longtan Township, Taoyuan County, Taiwan.

The main feature of the Magic-Eye Mini-UAV comes from its helicopter origin, which makes it takeoff and land vertically without any runway or grass needed for gliding of Mini-UAV.

These characteristics lead to its fitting application on board of ship and superiority to meet operation requirements of Navy and Coast Guards.
The new Magic-Eye mini-UAV system is designed to be used for short-range combat reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition missions. The Magic-Eye has a stealthy configuration with endurance of 30 to 60 minutes at a speed of 50 kilometers per hour.

The Magic-Eye is powered by a Gasoline engine and is equipped with video camera. The system has a total weight of 20 kg and can fly in auto-pilot mode.

 

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