The BH-90 is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) developed by Aero-Starloop in China.
Maximum payload is 35 kg (77 lbs). With 60 liters of fuel capacity, the UAV is powered by a 15kw (20 hp) turbine shaft in a heavy fuel engine (HFE) propulsion system. The aircraft is also equipped with ground collision avoidance, using a Variable Precision Rough Set (VPRS) system. Components are modular, allowing for various configuration and upgrades.
In addition, Aero-Starloop developed a larger version: the BH-160.
VTOL type: Helicopter
Lift configuration: Single main rotor
Dedicated control device: Tail rotor
Crew required: 0
Crew seating: Not applicable
Landing gear: Skids
Overall Width: 2.94 m (9.6 ft)
Total number of engines: 1
Max Gross Weight (ground): 90 kg (198 lb)
Max Range: 250 km (135 nm)
Max Endurance: 2.5 hrs (2.5 hrs)