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I-VIEW 165  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2004
Total Production: ?
Unitary Cost: USD$4.5 million
Also Known As: I-VIEW 150
Origin: Israel
Corporations: Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI)
Parent System: I-VIEW
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2004
Total Production: ?
Family Members: I-VIEW 125, I-VIEW 240, I-VIEW 250 and I-VIEW 50
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Description: The I-VIEW is a close-range tactical UAV system suitable for surveillance, target acquisition and artillery adjustment missions. It uses automatic catapult assisted launch and automatic precision parachute recovery. Therefore, the I-VIEW doesn't require runaways being extremely suitable for front-line battlefield operations. However, takeoff and landing operations can be performed on runways. The I-VIEW UAV family was developed by IAI's Malat Division.

The I-VIEW 165 has been qualified to carry Infrared (IR) and CCD-TV payloads as well as customized payloads according to the operator needs. It provides real-time imagery and video.

I-VIEW 165 Specifications

Crew: 0
Number of Engines: 1
Dimensions
Length: 4.10 meter (13.5 foot)
Wingspan: 5.70 meter (18.7 foot)
Performance
Ceiling: 6,706 meter (22,001 foot)
Max Range: 80,000 meter (43 nautical mile)
Time
Flight Endurance: 6 hour (0.25 day)
Weight
Max Takeoff Weight: 165 kilogram (364 pound)
Payload: 30 kilogram (66 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Russia8
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