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In the Russian Air Force began to arrive pilot tablets

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As reportedNews", The Russian air forces began to receive mobile organizers designed for pilots of supersonic high-altitude interceptors MiG-31, super-maneuverable fighters Su-30 and Su-35. They are fixed on the hips of the pilots and serve as a small desktop. It has a paper map of the area with a flight task on it, a notebook for notes and notes, a guide of flight information. Without distracting from the control of the aircraft, the pilot can mark his location, instrument readings with a pencil and make amendments to the plan of the task.


In the Russian Air Force began to arrive pilot tablets


The product was developed on its own initiative by the 929-m State Flight Test Center of the Ministry of Defense. Valery Chkalov and the Okrug firm. In the Russian Aerospace Forces, it passes under the symbol 1195L and stands for “Flight Set for the Crew Management”, the purpose of which is to visually display flight information during the preparation and conduct of the flight.



At the moment, the flight set has been transferred to trial operation in several units of the Aerospace Forces. Also, the product was received by pilots of the Vityaz aerobatic team, testers of the Irkut Corporation and PJSC Sukhoi Company.

- explained the commercial director of the company "District" Victoria Eliferova.

On the right foot, the pilot secures the folder-tablet with the help of the elastic girth, on which the sheets for the records are fastened with the help of the bracket. In addition to it, there is a special loop for attaching a pencil or pen. It allows, if necessary, to release a writing instrument from hand, and then it is easy to pick it up, without being distracted from monitoring the aircraft dashboard. Also, the kit does not interfere with the movement of the aircraft control stick. Plastic files-pockets with inserted flight and reference information sheets are fixed on the pilot’s left foot. To it are attached additional pockets for storing stationery: pens, pencils and erasers.

During long flights or when interacting with other types and branches of the armed forces, it becomes necessary to record certain information. The pilot can conduct radio communication on one channel, and he is told that it is necessary to switch to another frequency. And I assure you that just remember it will not work. I had a nine-hour flight from Anadyr to Moscow with three refueling. So there was a lot of things to write down in pencil and check.

- Roman Taskaev, test pilot, Hero of Russia, told Izvestia.

Prior to that, the pilots used special leather tablets, on which it was possible to fasten sheets with flight information and make notes. Sometimes, an ordinary officer’s field bag taken for supply back in 1941 was taken on the flight. However, both products are cumbersome and inconvenient to work in a high-altitude interceptor cabin.
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http://www.okrug.ru/catalog/aviation_uniform/vintag/021514/
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  1. dik-nsk
    dik-nsk 27 February 2017 11: 49
    +7
    nano purse laughing
    1. cniza
      cniza 27 February 2017 11: 55
      +10
      Without being distracted from the control of the aircraft, the pilot can mark with pencil his location, instrument readings and make corrections to the plan of the task.


      A pencil is our everything, he never failed.
      1. g1washntwn
        g1washntwn 27 February 2017 12: 30
        +7
        With 41-year-old tablets, flying is certainly inconvenient, but paper with secret sketches is much more nutritious than a tablet. A pencil in skillful hands in general is a cold weapon. About the lack of dependence on power already said, it seems :)
        Comrade pilots, explain to me, a pedestrian, what is there to record in flight? On the map of the flight mission mark? Duplicate the black box or optical intelligence station records? Sea battle, tic-tac-toe? Or just a smoker survival kit?

        ps scanner, printer, stapler, a set of felt-tip pens and plasticine are included in the kit?
        1. Alex_Tug
          Alex_Tug 27 February 2017 13: 17
          0
          what is it necessary to record in flight?
          I honestly don’t know. On board a business jet, I can adjust the track for autopilot in 2 clicks and the easy movement of the joystick. Although a lot of things can be done, I can’t poke a pencil on the screen. I can’t even imagine what I’ll see on such a small screen with +2 vision.
        2. Shadowcat
          Shadowcat 28 February 2017 02: 15
          +2
          Quote: g1washntwn
          Comrade pilots, explain to me, a pedestrian, what is there to record in flight?

          During long flights or when interacting with other types and branches of the armed forces, it becomes necessary to record certain information. The pilot can conduct radio communication on one channel, and he is told that it is necessary to switch to another frequency. And I assure you that just remember it will not work. I had a nine-hour flight from Anadyr to Moscow with three refueling. So there was a lot of things to write down in pencil and check.
          - Roman Taskaev, test pilot, Hero of Russia, told Izvestia.

          I’ll add from myself that I still think that the dumbest pencil is more reliable than the sharpest memory and the most reliable computer. I have on my hands Samsung Note of the 2014th year, and still I write all the necessary documentation first by hand.
          By the way, in which case you can gnaw a pencil)
        3. av58
          av58 28 February 2017 11: 55
          0
          Try, doing whatever serious, accept several groups of numbers (usually four-digit), and then, also without interrupting the main lesson, enter these numbers in any gadgets. Then repeat this a dozen more times. I think that after this the questions will disappear :-)
          1. Niccola Mack
            Niccola Mack 28 February 2017 14: 13
            0
            Try, doing whatever serious, accept several groups of numbers (usually four-digit), and then, also without interrupting the main lesson, enter these numbers in any gadgets.

            You get used to it and do it almost automatically - both receive and transmit, and change frequencies, tune out interference, set up equipment - even look for malfunctions and fix them. There are nameplates at the workplace - you can write there if you are afraid to forget.
            With radiograms, this certainly will not work —50-60 groups you will not remember. But there are regular notebooks (everything is usually thought out on board). And the pilots always had tablets on their hips - the navigator usually has a map there. So nothing new.
      2. bouncyhunter
        bouncyhunter 27 February 2017 12: 39
        +3
        I will not speak for the pilots - I have never been one. But I still do not part with SK - convenient! good
      3. askort154
        askort154 27 February 2017 13: 37
        +2
        cniza .....Pencil is our everything, he never failed.

        A pencil, he is also a pencil in space! The Americans have long designed a pen that would write in zero gravity. Ours immediately began to use a pencil. Later they shared a "secret" with the Americans, who were shocked by the brilliantly simple idea. fool
        1. Blackmokona
          Blackmokona 27 February 2017 22: 04
          +1
          This story is a myth, pens were developed by a private American entrepreneur, and even the USSR bought them from him. Google space pen.
  2. Altona
    Altona 27 February 2017 11: 51
    +9
    I thought electronic, and this is for paper. In general, they have three monitors there to visualize everything and everything. laughing
    1. cost
      cost 27 February 2017 12: 11
      +2
      I don’t know how for the benefit, but visually it’s a fashionable thing - I'm afraid soon all the managers in the offices will go with such people, and not with folders under my arm
  3. Landing Station6
    Landing Station6 27 February 2017 11: 52
    +1
    The double meaning: pilot tablets - the first batch, and pilot - for pilots. The news is certainly good, we hope that our electronics will surpass these Samsung and apples.
    1. dik-nsk
      dik-nsk 27 February 2017 11: 54
      +9
      read the news or just the headline? Of course, a paper tablet will surpass an apple when electricity is cut off worldwide. laughing
      1. Großer feldherr
        Großer feldherr 27 February 2017 12: 38
        0
        Who will disconnect and how?
        You can power a tablet from any generator, any machine or tank.
  4. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 27 February 2017 11: 53
    +1
    Progress. people already fly with electronic tablets ....
    1. MoJloT
      MoJloT 27 February 2017 11: 58
      +1
      Yes, but not with us
    2. Lopatov
      Lopatov 27 February 2017 12: 26
      +10
      Americans when creating a set for helicopter pilots "Air Warrior" included in it a fairly large hip pad.
      After its trial operation, two “petals” were added to the tablet, the left one under the paper card and the right under the paper clip. fellow
      1. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 27 February 2017 12: 48
        0
        The tablet is in a military version .. that's why it's overall.
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 27 February 2017 12: 57
          +1
          This is clear. Maybe it was not large enough to replace a regular card or piece of paper with croc? laughing
          1. Zaurbek
            Zaurbek 27 February 2017 13: 02
            0
            Batteries do not run out on a paper card, insurance.
            1. Lopatov
              Lopatov 27 February 2017 13: 16
              +5
              Namely, insurance.
              All information must be provided by cabin indicators. It makes little sense that the "insurance" was also electronic personally, I do not see.

              I can roughly imagine how the "insurance" will work in the form of this tablet.
              After a hard emergency landing, the pilot will cut off the left petal with the knife with a card and put it in his bosom, then he will open the electronic tablet with dozens of strokes on a hard surface in order to render it unusable and remove information storage devices. And running, running, running from a pack of beaters. Focusing on a paper map.
              1. Pete mitchell
                Pete mitchell 27 February 2017 14: 20
                +7
                Very agree with Lopatov“reflections on the topic of NPL-M” do not cause positive emotions, we live in the 21st century. Any decent on-line crew shop will offer pilots' tablets with such a set of functions, for little money.
                The bourgeois line is more suitable for today's realities: digital cards, automatic / computer planning, reliable paper duplication, probably the built-in emergency channel - then there will be more “digital”, sorry for manipulating the language.
                There is work to do, forward and good luck. It is necessary to provide pilots with comfort and convenience
      2. g1washntwn
        g1washntwn 27 February 2017 13: 47
        0
        And on the screen of the American tablet "Windows" ... well, at least not BSOD and that’s good :)
        A funny joke from the manufacturer, this OS is not there at all.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 27 February 2017 11: 59
    +2
    The first thought after reading the title of the article was also about an electronic product. But it turns out that they simply cultivated the "production" process. The main thing is that it is convenient and beneficial.
  6. activator
    activator 27 February 2017 12: 05
    +2
    Of course, I am far from aviation, but damn paper cards, pencils, and tablets (those that are camputers yes ) use for such cases is not fate? otherwise it’s already the 21st century in the yard.
  7. uav80
    uav80 27 February 2017 12: 16
    +1
    It would be better if they borrowed an idea from the Finns ... laughing



    1. alex-cn
      alex-cn 27 February 2017 12: 30
      +2
      judging by the handle, his knife is "Lapland" so that there may be a northern Finn and a Swede, the second is more likely, among the Swedes he is officially an army.
      1. uav80
        uav80 27 February 2017 13: 17
        0
        This photo shows that with a cabaret, from the Finnish archive "SA-Kuva", dated in the summer of 1941, near Lappeenranta ...
  8. Wildfox
    Wildfox 27 February 2017 12: 21
    +2
    It's cool to build type 5th generation fighters with this kind of tablet. wassat
    Sorry, but all adequate countries are trying to make pilots write less, most of the information goes directly to the system of a single information space. Stone Age listen to coordinates, record, enter manually, horror.
    About chopped off the light. Forgive me if the army-style tablets will not work, then the Su-34/35 and T-50 will not fly anywhere. The emfs also work on army electronics, and without them it's a lot of iron.
    For artillery and motorized infantry, they created tablets that receive information about the current state of units and tasks, as well as orders. I'm sorry that it’s too arduous to adapt this device for the videoconferencing? recourse
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 27 February 2017 12: 59
      +1
      Quote: WildFox
      For artillery and motorized infantry, they created tablets that receive information about the current state of units and tasks, as well as orders. I'm sorry that it’s too arduous to adapt this device for the videoconferencing?

      What for? This is a backup option. All information should be provided by standard cabin indicators.
      1. Wildfox
        Wildfox 27 February 2017 22: 00
        0
        Unfortunately, not all machines support this, I don’t know how the Su-35 is, and the Su-30 change points, for example, in a flight mission manually. hi
  9. Bronevick
    Bronevick 27 February 2017 12: 28
    +1
    There is no place to put an icon.
    1. Slovak
      Slovak 27 February 2017 12: 52
      0
      aircraft carriers stick them lobovuha, or over the glove compartment :)
  10. Slovak
    Slovak 27 February 2017 12: 49
    +1
    It was necessary to entrust the development of Chubais. A tablet would have been with a nanocaranda made of nanoskin for a super cost.
  11. commbatant
    commbatant 27 February 2017 12: 51
    +1
    it was weak for the senior comrades to chip in an electronic navigator, nothing would have to be attached to the leg or the 929th State Flight Test Center of the Ministry of Defense named after Valery Chkalov needed to "master" a certain amount of money?
    1. Pete mitchell
      Pete mitchell 27 February 2017 14: 23
      +6
      I do not want to think so, but it seems to me that is. Those present a lot of reasonable thoughts voiced
  12. Altona
    Altona 27 February 2017 13: 18
    0
    Quote: Airborne6
    The double meaning: pilot tablets - the first batch, and pilot - for pilots. The news is certainly good, we hope that our electronics will surpass these Samsung and apples.

    ----------------------
    I will make you happy. The computing power of all the electronics of the world has only reached the capabilities of one average human brain. In general, if you use an oral account and your own memory, then the brain is still better than an “apple”.
  13. Altona
    Altona 27 February 2017 13: 21
    0
    Quote: alex-cn
    judging by the handle, his knife is "Lapland" so that there may be a northern Finn and a Swede, the second is more likely, among the Swedes he is officially an army.

    --------------------------
    It looks like scout MORA, a handle with an influx and a leather sheath.
  14. Altona
    Altona 27 February 2017 13: 23
    0
    Quote: g1washntwn
    With 41-year-old tablets, flying is certainly inconvenient

    ---------------------------------
    Grandfather always went with a tablet bag. A bottle of milk, a crust of bread, two boiled eggs were placed in it. request
  15. trenkkvaz
    trenkkvaz 27 February 2017 14: 14
    +1
    The 21st century of EPT.
    Can a pilot mark his location with a pencil? But what for do you need all these jeepies and glonasses?

    “A pilot can conduct radio communications on one channel, and they tell him that he needs to switch to another frequency. And I assure you that just remembering it will not work. I had a nine-hour flight from Anadyr to Moscow with three refueling. So write in pencil and there was a lot to check. " What?

    I have a small program in my smartphone that can automatically record any conversation. Well, really, in the sphere that trillions spend, they can’t do normal modern things to save people from having to use a pencil?
    1. faridg7
      faridg7 28 February 2017 01: 05
      +2
      Quote: trenkkvaz
      The 21st century of EPT.
      Can a pilot mark his location with a pencil? But what for do you need all these jeepies and glonasses?
      “A pilot can conduct radio communications on one channel, and they tell him that he needs to switch to another frequency. And I assure you that just remembering it will not work. I had a nine-hour flight from Anadyr to Moscow with three refueling. So write in pencil and there was a lot to check. " What?
      I have a small program in my smartphone that can automatically record any conversation. Well, really, in the sphere that trillions spend, they can’t do normal modern things to save people from having to use a pencil?

      All these glonasy and zhipies work only until the outbreak of war. With its beginning, the orbital grouping safely becomes space junk, and your gadgets become household junk. so a paper map or, at worst, a route diagram with basic landmarks is a thing in itself.
      And with a pencil there is something to write, do not hesitate. I just doubt that the presented tablet will be convenient. NPL-M has been invented for a long time, I don’t think that you can come up with something more convenient. It seems to me that you could only add an electronic tablet to it.
      And as for the entries in your smartphone, he writes what he writes, and then how much time do you need to find the record you need among the rest of the gibberish
    2. Niccola Mack
      Niccola Mack 28 February 2017 13: 50
      0
      “A pilot can conduct radio communications on one channel, and they tell him that he needs to switch to another frequency. And I assure you that just remembering it will not work. I had a nine-hour flight from Anadyr to Moscow with three refueling. So write in pencil and there was a lot to check. "

      As a rule, there are nameplates on the sides where the frequency can be written. And, as a rule, the dispatcher, when moving from zone to zone of air traffic control, reports a new frequency. Also usually on board there is a directory with all aerodromes, call signs, frequencies and call signs of drives. The frequency of the command radio station is 4 digits.
      In the worst case, there is an emergency channel (usually with a separate stand-by receiver).
      In general, everything is quite simple.
      1. Rushnairfors
        Rushnairfors 28 February 2017 19: 00
        +1
        "in general, everything is quite simple" Nicola did you sit behind the "steering wheel" of the plane?
        1. Niccola Mack
          Niccola Mack 1 March 2017 03: 05
          0
          Not a pilot, but as part of the crew - and before that I studied just in the specialty related to air traffic control (I did not have to work in the specialty, however).
  16. sergo1914
    sergo1914 27 February 2017 14: 31
    +2
    I alone remembered the “boot in battle is more convenient” from the Maestro?
  17. LVMI1980
    LVMI1980 27 February 2017 15: 30
    0
    The interference is protected and the data will not be erased by chance. They opened the package in flight and no one knows what is in it
    1. Rushnairfors
      Rushnairfors 27 February 2017 16: 06
      +4
      There is a good old NPL-M, with a wind-throw function, much better than this tablet. About the need for a tablet, in principle, I can answer IT NEEDED !!! To record the necessary data before and during the flight. To record the data for the airspace in the area of ​​the airfield, air traffic patterns, data of the aerobatic zones, record the phraseology of the radio exchange on the AP, the order of the report when performing reconnaissance and additional reconnaissance of the weather, in general, the field of application of the tablet is diverse, you can draw a flight task diagram in order not to forget, and when in a shift three refueling on the complex, you can get lost. And by the way, if the NPL falls from a height of 2-3 meters, then nothing will happen to him (checked), but the electronic tablet is most likely to be displaced ........
      1. Rushnairfors
        Rushnairfors 27 February 2017 16: 13
        +5
        In addition, I can say one more thing about the "unnecessary" tool - the NL-10 navigation line. A competent navigator on this "miracle computer" can calculate any navigation element no worse than GPS, although the calculation speed is certainly worse, but enough for navigation. And on NL-ke you can equally divide the bubble into three, which GPS can handle this? So with all due respect to modern gadgets, boots are more reliable in battle.
  18. Rabinowicz
    Rabinowicz 27 February 2017 19: 19
    +1
    How much did it develop? smile
  19. iouris
    iouris 28 February 2017 12: 01
    0
    And what will happen if the battery ignites or the glass flies off at high altitude, how to catapult with such an aggregate? I think all these functions should be integrated into the on-board equipment complex.
    A similar case was in the village. One "middle" boss was presented with a "cool" Navigator watch (probably Chistopol). After flying around a fighter, instead of “getting out of the cockpit,” he suddenly, to the surprise of those present, became a “booty up” and for a long time looked for a glass of watches. The hands of the watch, of course, are very bent. Got upset. But getting a foreign object, fortunately, did not entail consequences.
  20. oleq197429
    oleq197429 28 February 2017 15: 00
    0
    I thought everything. flexible tablet computer came up with. a step forward .... i have a field komdirsky twenty-first century begins