EVA

The unmanned aerial vehicle EVA is a multifunctional flying chassis platform based on a Ka-26 coaxial helicopter. Different modules can be docked depending on the using conditions. Conversion of modules can be performed in the field by two or three people.

Fully autonomous flight

The first fully autonomous EVA flight (with zero pilots) was carried out on July 1, 2019. The helicopter was launched wirelessly on a predetermined flight path. EVA successful took off, flew and set down. On August 1, several more launches took place, during which the Ka-26 maneuvering was successfully worked out.

EVA Technical Specifications

Weight
- Load capacity: up to 900 kg
- Empty helicopter weight: 2 072 kg
- Maximum take-off weight: up to 3 250 kg
Dimensions
- Width 3,64 m
- Length 3,64 m
- Height 4,05 m
- Rotor diameter 13 m
Engine & fuel
- Engine type 2 x PD M-14V-26
- Engine power 2 x 325 H (2 x 239 kW)
- Maximum Fuel Load 820 l
Aircraft Features
- Wireless flight controls
- Autonomous flight
- Module platform
Options
- Flight without GPS via Computer Vision
- Safe landing zone detection
- Ground Control Unit
Flight performance
- Max speed 160 km/h
- Cruising speed 130 km/h
- Practical range up to 780 km
- Maximum flight time up to 6 hours
- Practical ceiling 3 000 m

Downloads

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EVA Booklet
Description features, technical specifications.
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EVA Price List
Price List of the UAV based on Helicopter Ka-26
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