Russian Helicopters Company, a subsidiary of state-owned Rostec Corporation displayed during the 8th International Military-Technical Forum (Army 2022) exhibition a new unmanned helicopter, called the “Bas-750”.
Featuring a communication range of up to 150 km, the Bas-750 can carry a payload of up to 200 kg and can fly at an altitude of up to 3,500 meters, for up to 7 hours. Its fuel tank can contain 175 liters of fuel.
Its dimensions are 8.30 x 2.38 x 2.27.
BAS-750 is the larger variant of the BAS-200 drone. It continues the line of multifunctional unmanned systems capable of solving a large list of tasks. These include search operations, geodesy, mapping, monitoring of agricultural land, roads, water bodies, oil and gas infrastructure, power supply lines, communications and pipelines, as well as cargo transportation. The drone is able to deliver cargoes weighing up to 200 kilograms at 180 km/h by air, says Oleg Yevtushenko, Rostec’s executive director.
The system consists of two helicopters with a maximum takeoff weight of 750 kg, as well as two ground control and flight support stations. The autonomous mobile system ensures continuous flight of the rotary-wing drones included in it for up to 6 hours.
Equipped with an optoelectronic system, five day-night all-round cameras, and the ability to return to the point of departure even in the absence of satellite navigation data.