WING LOONG (WL) Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) is a multi-purpose reconnaissance-strike UAV system of Medium Altitude, Long Endurance (MALE).
WL-I UAS can carry various payloads to perform intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance (ISR), and real-time strike missions.
WL-II UAS is the upgrade version of WL-I UAS. Its flight performance, ISR capability, intelligence transmission capability, armament carriage capability and ground integrated control capability have been improved. WL series UAS have been proven in the battle field.
On February 21, the 15th Abu Dhabi International Defense Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) opened in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and CATIC appeared on behalf of Aviation Industry Corporation of China, Ltd. (AVIC).
The CATIC booth covers an area of 193m2, with the overall black and gray cold color, focusing on the Wing Loong-ⅡUAS, L-15 advanced trainer, and AR-165 electric multi-rotor UAV model, as well as the airborne guided weapon as an independent display unit. A large multi-functional display is used for interactively scrolling display of technical information, which highlights both the eye-catching display effect and the overall sense of technology and the future.
Wing Loong II UAS model
L-15 advanced trainer model
AR-165 electric multi-rotor UAV model
Multimedia exhibition area for airborne guided weapons
This is the first time since the COVID-19 that CATIC has stepped out of China to participate in an international exhibition. The exhibitors strictly obey the epidemic prevention instructions for each person’s health and the successful completion of the exhibition.
This exhibition is the first international defense exhibition under the severe situation of the global fight against epidemics. It attracts more than 900 companies from 59 countries, of which China, the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom and France have organized their major defense companies to jointly participate on country basis. The defense exhibition will welcome 70,000 visitors as well as 110 official delegations from 80 countries. On the first day, a number of military and government groups from various countries came to the CATIC booth for visits and talks.