Russian helicopters and drones exhibiting in Moscow
On display at the "National Aviation Infrastructure Show"
The ninth edition of the "National Aviation Infrastructure Show" ("Nais 2022"), the two-day (9-10 February) event in Moscow dedicated to civil aviation infrastructure -airports, heliports, aircraft manufacturers and airlines- ends today in Russia. This year's show brought together over 140 exhibitors and 4000 professionals looking for new suppliers, partners and networking.
Among the latest technologies and products presented, aircraft manufacturer Russian Helicopters set up its stand with two novelties: the Ansat aircraft in its Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (Hems) version and the BAS-200 drone helicopter.
The latter is a multi-role remotely piloted aircraft weighing 200 kg, developed for land monitoring, delivery of goods, search and rescue operations and agricultural work. It is capable of reaching 160 km/h and can carry loads of up to 50 kg.
The Hems version of the Ansat helicopter, on the other hand, is designed to transport one patient and two doctors. The rotary-wing model is equipped with medical equipment to monitor the patient's state of health and stabilise key vital functions during the flight.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency