The AR-500CJ unmanned vehicle had a maiden flight in China’s eastern Jiangxi Province recently. It brings further diversity and versatility to China’s drone fleet. Photo: Handout
The AR-500CJ unmanned vehicle had a maiden flight in China’s eastern Jiangxi Province recently. It brings further diversity and versatility to China’s drone fleet. Photo: Handout

China’s drone force grows in number, strength and potential, pushing unmanned craft further into sky and sea

  • The drone mother ship Zhu Hai Yun is just one of the recent advances in Beijing’s push for greater use of unmanned vessels
  • A lightweight shipborne helicopter, a submarine drone that can fly and the military’s Robo-Shark broaden China’s network of tech options, says analyst

The AR-500CJ unmanned vehicle had a maiden flight in China’s eastern Jiangxi Province recently. It brings further diversity and versatility to China’s drone fleet. Photo: Handout
The AR-500CJ unmanned vehicle had a maiden flight in China’s eastern Jiangxi Province recently. It brings further diversity and versatility to China’s drone fleet. Photo: Handout
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