IAI to help India develop unmanned Dhruv

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IAI to help India develop unmanned Dhruv

Post by jamesscot84 on Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:56 pm

The Indian navy wants an unmanned version of the Dhruv, having criticised the performance of early production examples of the type. The service operates five examples, as listed in Flightglobal's HeliCAS database.

IAI and HAL have performed initial tests of an unmanned version of the Chetak helicopter, but their focus has now shifted to adapting the Dhruv. Their proposed solution would lead to the development of a "black box" that could replace the aircraft's pilots for maritime missions.
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