Just to slip in some personal thoughts, so do pardon me.
So far, we know that:
1. WZ-10 is suitable for ELINT and SEAD roles; and
2. GJ-2/-3/-11 is suitable for dedicated strike roles.
Once these two UCAVs have been adapted for carrier-based usage, they will form a capable unmanned reconnaissance and ground attack aerial formations. Clearly such development is meant for the 076 LHDs to provide aerial support for amphibious assault operations against you-know-what islands.
However, consider this - If more of the currently land-based UCAVs that specialize in different roles (AEW, ASW, EW, ELINT etc) can be gradually adapted for flat-deck use (with at least STOBAR/STOL capability), this development certainly will bring significant above-sea control capability uplifts for all the current active Chinese flat-decks, i.e. Liaoning, Shandong and the 3 075 LHDs.
This is especially when considering that proper, comprehensive aerial cover and protection capability (except fighters) for PLAN warships beyond the First Island Chain by land-based aircrafts and carrier-based aircrafts from Liaoning, Shandong and the three 075s is still woefully inadequate compared to their American and Japanese counterparts. Hence, before CATOBAR supercarriers (i.e. 004, 005 etc) and 076 LHDs are in active service in sufficiently large numbers, these flat-deck-adapted UCAVs will have to become the stopgap measure for covering PLAN warships in terms of AEW, ASW, EW, ELINT etc.
If STOBAR/STOL adaptation is not possible, then the upcoming 076 LHDs (and carriers from Fujian onwards) can be equipped with these UCAVs that are adapted with CATOBAR capability.
(Speaking of the 076 LHDs - Despite how the 076-class LHD is still very much an amphibious assault ship as its core role, yet the presence of at least one EMALS catapult, arresting gear system and proper aviation facilities onboard means that the 076 LHD is a viable platform for the operation of naval aviation aircrafts, including UCAVs that have been adapted for carrier use.)
Extra note: In the meantime (and speaking hypothetically), if the PLAN decides to pursue further development of the
into a 21st-century "escort carrier" (which I have described in detail in the PLAN Breaking News Thread a few days ago
), then these carrier-adapted UCAVs will become even more useful for China's warfighting in the WestPac.