https://www.janes.com/article/90735/mak ... cruise-uavThe Iran Aviation Industries Organization (IAIO) unveiled a scale model of a previously unseen unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) at the 2019 MAKS air show being held near Moscow from 27 August to 1 September.
The information sheet described the Mobin (conqueror) as a cruise missile, but an IAIO representative told Jane’s that this was an error in the marketing material and that it is actually a multipurpose ground-launched UAV that can be recovered using a parachute. He said it entered Iranian service in the previous year and had been cleared for export.
He stated that the rest of the information on the product sheet was accurate. This said the Mobin has a 3 m wingspan and a ‘stealthy’ radar cross section of less than 0.1 m 2 . It weighs 670 kg and can carry a variety of payloads weighing up to 120 kg in its nose compartment. It can operate at altitudes from 30 to 45,000 ft, has an endurance of 45 minutes at an altitude of 10 m, and a maximum speed of 900 km/h.
It was also stated that the Mobin uses terrain contour matching (TERCOM) and/or digital scene matching area correlation (DSMAC) guidance.
45 Minuten Reichweite bei einer Flughöhe von nur 10 Metern? Und maximal 900 km/h? D.h. die Reichweite würde bei maximal 675 km liegen (15 km/min). Ich vermute 150 - 300 km sind eher realistisch.
MAKS: China & Iran show tactical UAV concepts
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... ts-460539/For its part, Iran Aviation Industries Organisation displayed a subscale model that it labeled the “Mobin cruise missile.” However, a representative of the company says the label was mistranslated and, in fact, the Mobin is a tactical UAV. Nonetheless, some of the specifications of the Mobin give it the characteristics of a cruise missile, including claimed features such as terminal phase guidance, terrain contour matching and endurance of 45min at 33ft (10m) above ground level.
Iranian Aviation claims that the Mobin first flew “a year ago” and can carry a variety of payloads up to 120kg (265lb), including intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors. It says 10 are in service with the Iranian air force.
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