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.
Reportedly sells engines manufactured by Oje Parvaz Mado Nafar Company (Mado Company), an Iran-based company with links to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
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.