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Sky Saker H-300
The Sky Saker H300, seen here in Dubai, is China's first helicopter UCAV. Being cheaper and easier to use then larger UCAVs like the Reaper and CH-4, it could become a battalion and company level UCAV for on demand air strikes.

Unveiled at the International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience in Dubai, NORINCO's Sky Saker is a coaxial rotor, 100-200kg helicopter UCAV. T
he Sky Saker H300's cameras include electro-optical and infrared systems, along with laser target designators. In addition to surveillance and fire control, the Sky Saker H300 can provide midcourse corrections for guided munitions launched by other platforms, such as cruise missiles from H-6K bombers or shells fired from PLZ-05 howitzers. 
 The Sky Saker H300's ground control station is likely to be networked to a wider array of Chinese military systems for integrated fire effect, which would make it not only a valuable asset for counterinsurgency and urban combat, but also for wider missions like hunting enemy small ships (such as the Taiwanese Tuo stealth boat) or electronic warfare vehicles.

China TL-1 TL-2 Attack Missiles NORINCO

IHI Janes
TL-2 Missile
NORINCO offers this 16 kg, 6km range TL-2 guided missile for use on small UAVs, such as the Sky Saker 300. Small attack missiles, like the TL-2 and Northrup Grumman Viper Strike, will arm small tactical level UAVs to provide company and battalion units with their own organic air attack assets.

 The Sky Saker has two missile launch tubes mounted on the fuselage sides; given that those missiles are "fire and forget", they are likely a version of the HJ-10 anti-tank missiles, which already arms the Z-10 attack helicopters, or even smaller 16kg TL-2 missiles.

China drone Helicopters

Ewatt Fetters
SVU-200
This Ewatt Technology SVU-200 robot helicopter (designed by the American Fetters Aerospace) can carry 200 kg of payload while traveling at 209km per hour in the sky. What's even more amazing is that it was displayed in Washington DC during a 2013 drone exhibition. Along with other Chinese drone helicopters such as the NORINCO Sharp Eyes III, they'll become the flexible eyes (and striking fist) of small military units. Popular Science


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