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Russian military will receive an "invisible hat"

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The Advent, a St. Petersburg research and production enterprise, has developed a remote control system for aerosol counteraction (KUDD) for Russian troops RCBZ, which allows creating an impenetrable smoke screen on the battlefield in the shortest possible time.


In contrast to the currently used analogs spraying the mixture from a body smoke generator, KUDD uses a unique ejection module capable of shooting hundreds of smoke bombs.

Russian military will receive an "invisible hat"


This creates an aerosol field not centrally, but at several points at once, which significantly reduces the time required to conceal a combat position or an important object, covering the most vulnerable areas. At the same time, you can use just one car to mask the terrain

Thanks to the on-board satellite navigation system and a powerful on-board computer with preloaded maps of the area, it is possible to pre-mark the areas that will automatically hide the smoke screen.

The ammunition of the body catapult is 350 drafts, its full recharge takes no more than 3,5 hours.

In a fully equipped state, the mass of the complex based on the triaxial KamAZ reaches 17,5 tons. Crew - 3 man transmits WG-Force
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  1. Black_Vatnik
    Black_Vatnik 24 November 2017 14: 08
    +5
    We will also wait for the tablecloth self-assembly and boots walkers. This is not billions of dollars Tesla shmesla for you.
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 24 November 2017 14: 14
      +4
      Now it remains to learn how to control the wind, and all things. laughing
      1. Black_Vatnik
        Black_Vatnik 24 November 2017 14: 18
        +3
        Everything has been captured here for already 200 years.
        "Wind, wind! You are powerful!
        You drive swarms of clouds! "- this is the password
        1. 210ox
          210ox 24 November 2017 14: 38
          0
          Yes, you won’t agree with the celestial office. During the First World War, the Germans more than once fell under their own chemical attack.
      2. Lopatov
        Lopatov 24 November 2017 14: 42
        +1
        The wind will not interfere with such systems. You can, for example, make a ring bookmark. And after activating the checkers, the veil will hide the entire area, regardless of the direction of the wind.

        The article simply unsuccessfully describes the method of application. Checkers machine lays out in much the same way as a mine layer.
    2. chernig
      chernig 25 November 2017 00: 09
      0
      And a flying carpet. And then he’ll help, “geese-swans”, water-mermaids and “Ivan will help you in the Russian stove!)))
  2. _Jack_
    _Jack_ 24 November 2017 14: 17
    +2
    create an impenetrable smoke screen on the battlefield

    impenetrable in what range? if only in the visible, then the sense of modern warfare from such a veil is not enough
    1. Sergey53
      Sergey53 24 November 2017 14: 21
      0
      Well yes. In infrared everything is visible.
      1. heruv1me
        heruv1me 24 November 2017 14: 31
        +1
        not a fact, I'm sure the smoke there is not simple.
    2. Lopatov
      Lopatov 24 November 2017 14: 43
      +1
      Aerosol curtains that are not permeable in the infrared and radar ranges have been known for a very long time.
      1. telobezumnoe
        telobezumnoe 24 November 2017 19: 43
        0
        after such curtains the lungs will not spit out?
  3. kirgiz58
    kirgiz58 24 November 2017 14: 24
    +1
    "Thanks to the on-board satellite navigation system and a powerful on-board computer with preloaded maps of the area" - Does this mean the commander’s smartphone? what smile
    1. KCA
      KCA 24 November 2017 15: 06
      +1
      Unfortunately, I didn’t end up in the groundwater storage unit in the satellite communications division; back in 1992, it received and sent digital three-dimensional maps of the area, there were still 20 years left until smartphones
      1. kirgiz58
        kirgiz58 24 November 2017 15: 26
        +1
        Quote: KCA
        Unfortunately, I didn’t end up in the groundwater storage unit in the satellite communications division; back in 1992, it received and sent digital three-dimensional maps of the area, there were still 20 years left until smartphones

        I have absolutely nothing against it. But the expression "thanks to a powerful on-board computer" - has a very large spread of this same power. smile To shoot smoke bombs in a certain sequence of "powerful computers" is not necessary. The author’s words can be understood that the guidance system of this machine is better than that of our MLRS and works in the machine. laughing At least I understood it this way: I marked the points on the map, I’m eating calmly, and “the on-board computer itself calculated everything and needs to get some good money,” I just have to stir the sugar in tea with a spoon. good
  4. Slovak
    Slovak 24 November 2017 17: 18
    0
    And for NATO, Russia must produce more large-scale zvizdyuley!
  5. Old26
    Old26 24 November 2017 18: 15
    0
    Quote: _Jack_
    create an impenetrable smoke screen on the battlefield

    impenetrable in what range? if only in the visible, then the sense of modern warfare from such a veil is not enough

    The question is really correct. In what range is impermeable. And the very location at a certain point of these aerosol curtains in itself suggests that. that there might be something hiding. Disguise is a good thing, of course, but do not elevate it to absolute
  6. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 26 November 2017 12: 37
    0
    Well, in general, a good novelty for local wars