China Trials Latest Sophisticated Inventory Drone

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China has reportedly completed testing on their latest imitation Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). This drone is the Cai Hong 7 (CH-7) or also known as the Rainbow 7. Information that the development of the CH-7 has passed the testing stage concludes that this project will be completed from a series of development works this year, as reported by detikINET from the Global Times, Week (11/2/2024).

“It is hoped that development of the CH-7 will be completed by the end of 2024,” wrote the Global Times. Completion of the testing phase was carried out after the CH-7 received a new design that increased information-based combat capabilities that are useful in modern warfare.

The Global Times also stated that some Chinese observers predict that the CH-7 will be able to appear at Airshow China 2024 which will be held in November.

Sophisticated Inventory Drone

The CH-7 with the latest design has a wingspan of 26 meters. This span is 4 meters longer than the initial version. With such a long wingspan, the CH-47 is also claimed to be able to fly higher and longer, as stated by Chief Engineer of the CH series drone Shi Wen.

“Concentrate more on round-the-clock reconnaissance and monitoring in truly dangerous environments, and can continue to detect hostile targets for a longer time,” said Shi Wen.

The CH-7 design also features an artificial creature design that can precisely target enemy radar detection and evade enemy anti-air weapons.

The CH-7, optimized by the China Aerospace and Technology Corporation (CASC), is designed as a reconnaissance drone that can also carry out penetrating attacks from a height. The role of the CH-7 in modern combat is to penetrate deep into the enemy’s defensive airspace to achieve strategic targets.

China may be the world’s winner when it comes to dam building. Not only do they have more functioning large dams than any other country in the world, but they also set the record for the largest capacity hydroelectric power plant in operation, namely the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River.
The plan, this superpower in East Asia is in the process of producing the world’s first super dam, which will complete all previous records.

This Bamboo Curtain country first announced the construction of this dam in 2021 when the National People’s Congress approved the country’s 14th Five-Year Plan.

This dam will be located downstream of the Yarlung Zangbo River, known as the Brahmaputra River in India, between the foothills of the Himalayas in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. This river divides the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon, the deepest canyon in the world which stretches for 504.6 kilometers, only slightly longer than the Grand Canyon in the US.

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