Also Known As:
Beijing MicroPilot Flight Control Systems
Beijing Micropilot UAV Systems (Hong Kong) Limited
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
No. 5-4-1, Building 20, Tiantongyuan, Dongxiaokou Town, Changping District, Beijing, China
409 Room 40 Building, Huayanli, Beichenxilu, Beijing, China
Flat/Rm B 5/F Gaylord Commercial Building , 114-118 Lockhart Road, Hong Kong
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A China-based company that sells complete unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) as well as autopilot systems and engines for UAVs.
Products include the MDR-208 rotary engine, which appears to be an unlicensed copy of an engine originally produced in the United Kingdom, according to a U.N. Panel of Experts report; MDR-208 engines were recovered from the wreckage of UAVs that were used by Yemen's Houthi rebels to strike civilian targets in Saudi Arabia in May 2019; the MDR-208 is similar or identical to the engine used in the Shahed-131 one-way attack UAV produced by the Iran-based company Shahed Aviation Industries.
Other products include the TD-2000 target drone, which has been used for military exercises in South Korea.
Also sells complete UAVs with the following nomenclatures:
Established in 2002; incorporated in Hong Kong in 2014.