CQ-10A (UAV) Snow Goose

Produced by the Mist Mobility Integrated
Systems Technology Company the CQ-10A Snow Goose is a multi-purpose Unmanned
Aerial Vehicle designed for the precision delivery of cargo. A fully loaded Snow
Goose can carry a total of 575 lbs. The Snow Goose was originally designed for
leaflet dispensing, but can support a variety of missions with its six modular
cargo bays, each of which can carry pods for fuel, cargo, electronic sensors or
broadcasting packages.

Equipped with an autonomous guidance system
and satellite communications for monitoring and controlling flights from a
remote ground control station the CQ10A uses a collapsible parafoil for lift and
a turbocharged Rotax engine for propulsion.  This aircraft is owned by the March
Field Air Museum.

Manufacturer: MMIST, Inc., Canada

Model: CQ-10A Snow Goose

Basic Role: Unmanned aerial supply, aerial
surveillance and communications relay vehicle

Length: 9 ft 6 inches (2.9 meters)

Gross Weight: 1,400 lbs fully loaded (635
kg)

Range: 160 nautical miles (300 km) with a 75
lb (34 kg) payload

Fuel Capacity: Up to 91 US gallons

Wing Span 6.8 ft

Payload Capacity: Up to 575 lbs (261
kg)

Endurance: Up to 19 hrs max, 9-11 hrs with 200
lb cargo

Speed: 38 mph (61 km/h)

Ceiling: Under 18,000 ft (5,500 meters)

Takeoff Means: Airdrop/HMMWV Launch

Landing Means: Parafoil

Engine: Rotax 914 piston engine; 110 hp