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CASC UAVs take world by storm
The Cai Hong family of UAVs, China’s most successful UAV export series, is increasingly orbiting the world.
Their manufacturer, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), revealed recently that CH-series UAVs have been sold to 20 military users in more than ten different countries outside China to date.
CASC’s first contract was sealed in 2003 when a South Asian country bought several CH-1 UAVs.
‘The total value of contracts we signed in 2015 could definitely be one of the highest in terms of armed drone deals made last year in the international market,’ Shi Wen, chief designer at CASC’s …
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