Developed by HAVELSAN, the Cloudaltı Unmanned Aerial Vehicle BAHA has successfully completed the border test accompanied by security forces.
In the statement made on HAVELSAN's official Twitter account on October 2, 2021, it was stated that the Cloudaltı Unmanned Aerial Vehicle BAHA successfully completed the border test in the company of the security forces. According to the information given, the BAHA Bulutaltı UHA developed by HAVELSAN flew at an altitude of 7.500 feet (approximately 2.286 km), 10 km from the Ground Support Center. BAHA, during the test; successfully performed activities such as reconnaissance surveillance footage, transferring and resisting tampering. Successfully completed the vertical landing and take-off boundary test.
✈️At an altitude of 7 thousand 500 feet, 10 km from the Ground Support Center. flew away.
🔎The discovery took surveillance footage, transmitted it, resisted tampering.
💪Successfully completed the border test with vertical landing and take-off accompanied by security forces.
— HAVELSAN (@HAVELSANOfficial) October 2, 2021
HAVELSAN's Sub-Cloud UAV BAHA at the Anatolian Eagle 2021 Exercise
HAVELSAN's vertical landing and take-off capability, the Cloud Sub-Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (BIHA), with fully autonomous mission capability, was exhibited at the Anatolian Eagle 2021 Exercise held in June 2021.
HAVELSAN's new UAV solution was exhibited at the International Anatolian Eagle-21 Training held at the 02rd Main Jet Base Command (Konya) between 2021 June and 3 July 2021. In addition to the Turkish Naval and Air Force Commands, military units from Qatar, Azerbaijan, Pakistan and NATO participated in the Anatolian Eagle 2021 Exercise.
HAVELSAN, one of Turkey's leading defense industry companies; While continuing its activities on command control, simulation technologies and cyber security solutions, Bulutaltı Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (BİHA) started its work.
The Cloud Sub-Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (BIHA), named BAHA by HAVELSAN, has a maximum take-off weight of 30 kilograms (MTOW) and a payload capacity of 5 kilograms. The solution that HAVELSAN engineers have been working on for a year is still in the prototype stage, but autonomous flight tests are being carried out. BAHA BIHA has the ability to fly up to 1 ft. BAHA BIHA, which has fuel and electric (lithium) versions; The version with electric motor can stay in the air for 15.000-2 hours, the version with fuel can stay in the air for 2.5 hours.