Djerba Airshow 2020 – unmanned aerial vehicles

We present to your attention a selection of photographs of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) presented on March 4-8, 2020 at Djerba Airsow took place in Djerba (Tunisia).

ANKA Multi-Role UAV System developed by Turkish Aerospace. Maximum flight duration stated at 30 hours
Burraq, an unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UAV) developed and built by the National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM) of Pakistan, along with the Pakistan Air Force (PAF).
Unnamed Tunisian unmanned aerial vehicles developed by ABC-Composite-Aeronautic.
Burraq Surveillance UAV System, is a medium altitude high performance UAV System effective for Day/ Night Surveillance and reconnaissance missions. It has a superior capability and real-time data link range of 200km with an endurance of 8.5 hrs, having operating altitude of 16,000 ft. BURRAQ is battle proven and highly proficient to operate effectively in the hostile environments.
ANKA II AKSUNGUR Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, ANKA-AKSUNGUR is a Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) class UAV System, capable to perform day and night Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and strike missions with EO/IR, SAR and SIGINT payloads, and a variety of air to ground weapons.
ANKA-AKSUNGUR is powered by two PD-170 twin-turbocharged diesel engines enabling long endurance operations up to 40,000ft.

1 thought on “Djerba Airshow 2020 – unmanned aerial vehicles

  1. Michiko Weil says:

    Merci pôur votre article 🙂

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