The sub-cloud Unmanned Aerial Vehicle BAHA, developed by HAVELSAN, has completed the border test successfully to the accompaniment of the security forces.The BAHA sub-cloud UAV flew at 7,500 feet (approximately 2,286 km) and 10 km away from the Ground Support Center.
During the test; BAHA, successfully performed activities such as reconnaissance surveillance footage, transferring, and resisting jamming. It has also completed the vertical landing and take-off border tests successfully.
It has completed the vertical landing and take-off border test.
The sub-cloud Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (BAHA) 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 at the prototype stage, but autonomous flight tests are being carried out.
BAHA BIHA, which is available in both fuel and electric (lithium) versions can fly up to 15,000 ft. The version with an electric motor can stay in the air for 2-2.5 hours, while the version with fuel can remain in the air for 6 hours.