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2006-08-17 07:26:38

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“Aviotechnica” S.p.Ltd.
History
“Aviotechnica” S.p.Ltd. is a company, specialized in design and production of Unmanned Air Systems and Light Multipurpose Aircraft.
1968 – The company was founded as a subsidiary to the experimental enterprise (EE) of the Bulgarian industrial military complex (IMC) “Metalchim”, based at the city of Sopot.
In 1968 the first in Bulgaria radio-controlled Aerial Target was designed.
1990 – reorganized as a limited liability company constituted of:
  The factory at the city of Luhovitsa of MIG Corporation
 INTERAVIA, Russia;
 Metalchim Holding (based on the previous EE “Metalchim”)
 METALCHIMTRADING – the commercial enterprise of Metalchim Holding, Sofia;
Vazov machine factory at the city of Sopot;
 
 
1997 - in accordance with the privatization program of the Bulgarian IMC the company was privatized;
Except for the Unmanned Systems, by 1997 “Aviotechnica” S.p.Ltd. has produced multipurpose light aircraft I1L – Russian design.
 
1998 - present – the company is considered to be one of the leading enterprises in the Bulgarian IMC in the area of UAV design and production; we expect confirmation for our membership in the cooperation of “Bulgarian Defence Industry”.
 
 2005 - "Aviotechnica"  produces "Hawk 2MV"  and future upgrade of the type is in process.
 
Services
 
“Aviotechnica”  S.p.Ltd. offers  Aerial Targets and aviation services for militatry training.
 
The Aerial Target  HAWK – 2MV is an effective means for army high-qualified military training and real assessment of their combat effectiveness. We offer verification of the air alert and activation of radiofrequency disturbers and other electronic devices.
 
Modern Unmanned Air Complex for:
•         military exercises and real firings with missile Earth-Air and other means of Air Defence and Air Forces
•         tests with new training systems for Air Defence and Air Forces.
 
Perspectives
 
We see our perspectives in upgrade of the existing UAV, cooperation with strategic partners and strengthening our market positions
 
Main goals of the upgrade:
  • Increasing of the maximum cruising speed
  • Increasing of the maximum altitude
  • Design of computer-based ground control center
  • Ability to control simultaneously two or more UAVs
  • Design of flight simulator for real-time cobat missions
  • Equipping UAVs with radio jammers for the enemy communication and integration with optical devices (Thermal sensors and CCD camera) for ISR
 
Aeroplanes DAR Ltd.
The DAR-10 was the Bulgarian light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft prototype, designed in the DAR (Darzhavna Aeroplanna Rabotilnica, meaning literally 'State Airplane Workshop') factory in Bozhurishte, near the capital Sofia.
The first prototype of DAR-10A Bekas (Bulgarian: "snipe") first flew in July 1941. It was powered by the Alfa Romeo 126 RC34 9-cylinder radial engine, with a power of 780 hp (582 kW). It was armed with 4 x machine guns (2 fixed) and possibly with one 20 mm gun. It could carry 500 kg bombs (5 x 100 kg). In the summer of 1942, the prototype crashed. DAR-10A showed good characteristics, but the high-wing reconnaissance-bomber plane KB-11 Fazan was chosen for a production instead.
The second improved prototype was first flew only in March 1945. It had a designation DAR-10F (for Fiat). It was slightly heavier and longer, powered by a stronger Fiat A74 RC38 14-cylinder radial engine, with a power of 960 hp (716 kW). It developed a speed of 454 km/h. Thanks to a stronger construction and richer wing mechanization, it could serve also as a dive bomber. Its gunnery armament consisted of 2 guns 20 mm in a nose, 2 machineguns in wings and 2 machineguns of a rear gunner. It could carry 650 kg bombs (1 x 250 kg and 4 x 100 kg) - or 450 kg, according to other data. However, in 1945 the aircraft has not been satisfactory anymore, and it was canceled.
Contrary to popular information, DAR-10 was not produced in series.
The aircraft was conventional in layout, with low wings, all-metal. The crew consisted of two: pilot and an observer/ rear gunner. An undercarriage was fixed, covered with aerodynamic covers. The bombs were carried under the wings.
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