Neha Patil


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AEE UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Shenzhen AEE Technology Co., Ltd. (AEE, 深圳一电科技有限公司) for various missions such as aerial cinematography and photography.



F50 has developed into several versions, including F50A, F50B, F50C and F50D. AEE F50 was the first Chinese UAV to be shown in 2011 Unmanned Systems North America, an annual exposition in Washington DC that features robotic hardware from around the world. Although the F50 can be adopted for military applications, deployment by Chinese law enforcement agencies are the only ones confirmed. Specification:

  • Speed: 80 km/hr
  • Endurance: 40 min
  • Ceiling: 1.5 km
  • Weight: 2 kg (including batteries)
  • Max wind scale allowed for operation: 6
  • Remote control radius: 2, 5 or 10 km
  • AEE F100

    AEE 100 is the second UAV developed AEE, and it is also an electrically powered quadcopter. AEE 100 is mainly intended for aerial cinematography, photography and other missions, and landing gear consists of four legs. Specification:

  • Weight (kg): 6
  • Cruise altitude (km): 1.5
  • Remote control range (km): 10
  • Endurance (min): 40
  • Speed (km/hr): 100
  • Max wind scale allowed for operation: 6
  • Propulsion: 3.5 Ah battery
  • References

    AEE UAV Wikipedia

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