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Rustom (English: Warrior) is a Medium Altitude Long Endurance Unmanned combat Aerial Vehicle (UCAV) being developed by DRDO for the three services, Indian Army,Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force of the Indian Armed Forces. Rustom is derived from the NAL’s LCRA (Light Canard Research Aircraft) developed by a team under the leadership of late Prof. Rustom B. Damania in the 1980s. The UAV will have structural changes and a new engine. Rustom will replace/supplement the Heron UAVs in service with the Indian armed forces.
Design and development
Rustom’s basic design is derived from the NAL light canard research aircraft (LCRA). The aircraft has been named after Rustom Damania, a former professor of IISc, Bangalore who died in 2001. DRDO decided to name the UAV after him because it is derived from National Aeronautical Laboratories’ light canard research aircraft (LCRA) developed under Rustom Damania’s leadership in the 1980s.
With the Rustom MALE UAV project, DRDO intends to move away from traditional ways of developing products whereby laboratories under DRDO, like the Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE), which is involved in this project, develop and finalise the product and transfer technology to a production agency.
DRDO will follow a practice of concurrent engineering where initial design efforts also take into consideration production issues, with the production agency participating in the development of the system right from the design stage. The agency will also follow up issues related to infrastructure and expertise for the product and its support, thereby overcoming time delays in crucial projects.
Rustom which has a wingspan of 20 metres and weighs 1,800 kg, will be launched by the conventional method and not the launcher as in the case of the Lakshya. Rustom will be able to see the enemy territory up to a distance of 250 km and carry a variety of cameras and radar for surveillance.
There will be three variants of the Rustom UAV.
Rustom-1: Smaller 12 hour endurance tactical surveillance UAV, undergoing flight trials.
Rustom-H: Larger UAV with flight endurance of 24 hours.
Rustom-C: Armed version of the Rustom-H UAV.
General characteristics
  • Crew: none
  • Length: ()
  • Wingspan: 20 m (65.616 ft)
  • Height: ()
  • Empty weight: 1,800 kg (3968.32 lbs)
  • Powerplant: 1× , ()
  • Maximum speed: 225 km/h (139.81 mph)
  • Range: 350 km ()
  • Service ceiling: 35,000 ft (10,668 m)