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1985 RPV start «Pchela-1T»
 RPV-61 («Shmel-1»)

Remote piloted vehicles.

It is naturally for people to relieve themself from tiresome, dangerous and risky activity. The tendency to automatic is naturally too. This process engulfed the aviation. More and more remote piloted vehicles appeared in the sky. They perfom different type of work and military tasks, first of all.

Flying robot "Pchela", developed in Yakovlev Design Bureau, is intended for ground targets observations with the help of airborne TV-camera with real time image transfer to ground control station. Several vehicles consist a part of reconnaissance complex that is in operation and even was awarded by Government rewards. The work for modernization and expanding this complex functions and performance are continuing.

Select the variant:

trainers and combat-trainers
        ALL    YAK-11    YAK-18А    YAK-18Т    YAK-30    YAK-32    YAK-50    YAK-52
remote piloted vehicles (Unmanned Aircraft)
        ALL    «PCHELA»
vertical take-off/landing aircraft (VTOL)
        ALL    YAK-36  YAK-38  YAK-141
passenger aircraft
        ALL    YAK-40    YAK-42
supersonic aircraft
        ALL    YAK-28PM    YAK-28U
general aviation aircraft
        ALL    YAK-8    YAK-12    YAK-16
land troops gliders and helicopters
        ALL    YAK-14    YAK-24
jet fighters
        ALL    YAK-15    YAK-17    YAK-23    YAK-25    YAK-25RV    YAK-27
World War II fighters
        ALL    YAK-1      YAK-7      YAK-9      BB-22      YAK-3
early aircraft
        ALL    AIR-1    AIR-2    AIR-3    AIR-6    AIR-7    AIR-9    AIR-17
        UT-1    UT-2

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