Westland "Sharpeye"


Built in 1983 as the final design in a family of remote-piloted helicopters developed by the company known as VTUAV (Vertical Takeoff Unmanned Air Vehicle). Although both the Wisp and the Wideye were manufactured in small numbers for evaluation, but did not enter large-scale production Westland continued working on the concept and the Sharpeye was a "stealth" development with  a reshaped fuselage to reduce the radar signature. The event the project was cancelled before a Sharpeye prototype was flown and the windtunnel mockup is the only remaining evidence of this final phase of the WG-25 programme.