The countries biggest unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) so far, the CH-5 has a wingspan of 20 meters, a maximum takeoff weight of 3 tons, amaximum payload of around 900 kilograms and an endurance of more than 30 hours at low- and medium-altitude. The aircraft is designed to perform reconnaissance, surveillance, targeting, intelligence gathering, electronic warfare, border patrol, island defense and anti-terrorism missions.

CAS news release, Sept. 1, 2015