Russia's TsAGI aerohydrodynamic research institute has completed initial wind tunnel tests of an agricultural unmanned aircraft developed by Tatarstan's Aviaresheniya design bureau. The tests at airspeeds up to 72 kph (45 mph) were conducted in TsAGI's full-scale wind tunnel in Moscow. The vertical-takeoff-and-landing UAV has two lifting propellers mounted side-by-wide within an open framework. What appear to be vanes under the two-blade props likely provide flight control.
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