Media: Russian Su-33 will receive ultra-precise aiming systems

The Russian carrier-based aircraft of the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft-carrying cruiser, departing in the autumn to the shores of Syria, are equipped with “a specialized computing subsystem SVP-24, which allows the use of conventional unguided high-explosive blanks with precision controlled weapons", Reported News with reference to a source in the Ministry of Defense.

Media: Russian Su-33 will receive ultra-precise aiming systems

According to the military command plan, the Admiral Kuznetsov will go on a campaign to the Mediterranean in November 2016. Its air group will include about 10-ti Su-33 fighter jets and four MiG-29KRs.

“Su-33 equipped with SVP-24 will strike at the enemy using free-fall bombs. And here is the list aviation means of destruction (ASP), which should be used by the MiG-29, has not yet been fully determined. But it is planned that these will be corrected bombs of the KAB-500 family, including those guided by a GLONASS signal, as well as Kh-35 missiles, ”
said the source of the newspaper.

According to a representative from the aircraft industry, “MiG-29KR flights from the deck of the Kuznetsov aircraft carrier have just begun, and one of the main tasks is to test the interaction of the inertial aircraft navigation system with the Ilmen aircraft inertial systems, recently installed on board the aircraft carrier cruiser” .

“The accuracy of targeting and combat use of land and sea targets depends on the correctness of the“ inertial ”MiG-29KR exhibition on a swinging and moving deck. Only after the completion of the work will it become completely clear which TSA the “twenty-ninths” who take off from the deck of Kuznetsov will be able to use, ”he explained.

According to the newspaper, “the specialized computing subsystem SVP-24, developed by Gefest and T, is just a few blocks that are installed directly into the onboard equipment of a combat aircraft: based on the position of the aircraft in space, its coordinates and flight parameters, and About the target, the SVP calculates the optimal trajectory of the bomb dropping. The maximum deviation from the target does not exceed a few meters. ”

Military expert Anton Lavrov: "Equipped with SVP-24, Su-24М front-line bombers became the main workhorse of the Russian Aerospace Force in Syria. The machines showed high accuracy, which was noticed and appreciated by military experts from many countries. ”

According to him, “this is a worthy replacement for GPS-adjusted bombs that are very popular in the air forces of the developed countries of the world,” since “the Russian system with much higher accuracy due to the use of conventional high-explosive blanks is much cheaper.”
  • TASS / Lev Fedoseev
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  1. +5
    2 September 2016 11: 28
    We are waiting for statements of concern of the Western fly agaric.
    1. +2
      2 September 2016 11: 58
      Concern in the form: "What the hell does the goat have a button accordion?"
      Putting the SVP-24 on a machine not equipped with a bomber sight is the same as on the Yak-130 to hook the P-33 ...
      1. +7
        2 September 2016 13: 53
        Putting the SVP-24 on a machine not equipped with a bomber sight is the same as on the Yak-130 to hook the P-33 ...

        On our Syrian SU-25 works great. Didn’t you know that GLONASS target designation is carried out? And infa is displayed on EKP-NT (placed on the lap).
        Something like this:

  2. +1
    2 September 2016 11: 28
    Su-33 equipped with SVP-24 will strike at the enemy using free-falling bombs

    A fighter with minor modifications will now work effectively on the ground, an interesting option.
  3. +2
    2 September 2016 11: 31
    Cheap and cheerful.
    1. +5
      2 September 2016 11: 50
      American experts were very unpleasantly struck by Russia's decision to improve the accuracy of bombing)))
      They get that a bunch of smart equipment is attached to the pile of explosives, which is destroyed every time, and the terrible Russians put the system on the plane and it SMOOTHLY and accurately drops just bombs without "brains" on the barmaley.
    2. 0
      2 September 2016 16: 02
      Cheap and angry

      Exactly, angrily. Only here to the accuracy of smart weapons to this complex long away.
      1. +4
        2 September 2016 18: 23
        Well, of course, the Russian weapons do not reach the level of "exceptional" and "kosher".
        1. +1
          2 September 2016 21: 26
          If it starts hard between world powers, the military-industrial complex will not be able to give out the required number of high-precision ones, especially if the enemy has electronic warfare and anti-radar complexes. Yes, and there will be no corny time. Therefore, such a sight is more practical, and the production of simple batteries against high-precision batteries in terms of quantity and cost ...
          Nobody says that high-precision ones are not needed. Each weapon has its own "loot". hi
          And one moment. Almaz-Antey launched a couple of factories, a new production for the SMERCH missiles, and some company from the military-industrial complex has established something there. It seems that there were not particularly large capacities. Moreover, all this against the backdrop of the Ukrainian crisis.
      2. +4
        3 September 2016 00: 14
        Well, who can argue with the Americans on the accuracy of striking at allies and civilians?
  4. +8
    2 September 2016 11: 33
    Well, given that initially the Su-33s were sharpened by a very narrow profile of air combat, the introduction of the SVP-24 on it makes its use more flexible for a deck aircraft. this is a big plus deck carrier. I sincerely wish them to always return to the deck without damage. drinks
  5. +1
    2 September 2016 11: 34
    Will Kuzyu really be tested. 25 years of combat training will finally bear fruit. Admire and be terrified
  6. +1
    2 September 2016 11: 35
    It is necessary to give a couple of pieces to NATO so that they do not "miss the mark" with humanitarian aid lol
  7. 0
    2 September 2016 11: 59
    SVP-24 is good and useful, but a container for strikes on the ground could have been completed. I wonder if SVP can be done in a container version.
  8. +3
    2 September 2016 12: 03
    This is the first application of our carrier-based aircraft. Good luck to them and a calm sea.
  9. 0
    2 September 2016 12: 23
    Quote: Scar
    Not tired of sculpting the uberwaffe from an ordinary ballistic computer yet? There is no trace of the accuracy of guided weapons, which is clearly visible in the footage from Syria. Discharges in series, in fact, "carpet", the hit spot - hundreds of meters along the longitudinal axis and tens - across. What the hell is a controlled weapon ?!

    Far from always dumping in series. There are misses, but there are hits.
    1. 0
      2 September 2016 13: 46
      Duc Rudel, as far back as the last century, laid a bomb exactly in a tank ... why wonder?
  10. +2
    2 September 2016 12: 52
    -Why often and often write constantly ... - "will be equipped", "will enter service", "will be developed", will be replaced by more .. "," will be re-equipped "," will appear ... - then something. .. "," an order will be made for ... "... - what is it in general ...?
    -Those. -Constantly repeat the word "halva" and everyone's mouth will feel sweet ...
  11. +1
    2 September 2016 13: 53
    Moreover, the maximum deviation from the target does not exceed several meters. ”
    It sounds tempting, but how, in practice, with such phenomenal accuracy, the Syrian militants are still alive and even snap fiercely, because how many "cars" have already been dropped on them? !!)))
    1. +2
      3 September 2016 00: 20
      And how many of them come to distressed Syria every day with the support of a coalition of terrorists? And how many of those who came are still alive?
  12. +1
    2 September 2016 16: 02
    Quote: Scar
    Of course there are! And even in the First and Second World War - they also happened! But only it turns out, as in that joke - "What is the chance to meet a dinosaur on Nevsky? 50/50 - maybe you will meet it, maybe not." SVP is a useful and necessary system, like any other high-quality score calculator, but you should not try to pull the owl onto the globe, but pull the SVP to the WTO level. Pig iron is pig iron, WTO is WTO.

    It’s even funny, what kind of WTO can work in a serious military conflict? GPS signals will be blocked by electronic warfare systems, all this controlled cast iron will gather dust in warehouses, and satellites will burn from each other in the first place. The WTO can only work against backward countries and terrorists.
    1. 0
      2 September 2016 23: 42
      Or will electronic warfare be destroyed, leveled, satellites will remain flying, and planes with iron will fly only when there is absolutely nowhere to go?
    2. +1
      3 September 2016 00: 23
      "It's funny, what kind of WTO can work in a serious military conflict?"
      Governor, Sineva, Liner, Sarmat, Iskander.
      1. 0
        3 September 2016 21: 05
        Stylet, Poplar, Yars, Boundary forgot to mention)))
  13. 0
    2 September 2016 23: 40
    Why do we need expensive guided bombs with GLONASS when there is an SVP-24?
  14. 0
    3 September 2016 15: 09
    Quote: sharp-lad
    "It's funny, what kind of WTO can work in a serious military conflict?"
    Governor, Sineva, Liner, Sarmat, Iskander.

    We are talking about aviation weapons.

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