In 2015, the Nerekhta complex was first demonstrated to the general public. Its base is a universal tracked platform. It is a compact armored vehicle with its own engine and transmission. It is equipped with autonomous communication and control systems. The case protects the internal units of the machine from falling bullets of caliber to 7,62 mm and fragments, and around its perimeter video cameras are mounted for all-round visibility.
The combat version of "Nerekhta" can be equipped with a large-caliber machine gun CORD or an automatic grenade launcher AG-30M.