Russian Navy until the end of the year will receive 14 submarines TNLA "Marlin-350"

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Russian Navy until the end of the year will receive 14 submarines TNLA "Marlin-350"

The search and rescue service of the Russian Navy will receive 14 Marlin-350 remote-controlled unmanned underwater vehicles by the end of this year. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Defense.

Currently, 43 units of Marlin-350 submarines are in the units and on the rescue vessels of the Russian Navy fleets. These devices, in particular, are part of the standard search and rescue equipment of the latest rescue tugs of the type "Professor Nikolai Muru". After a new batch arrives, the number of devices will increase to 57 units.



Remote-controlled uninhabited underwater vehicles TNLA "Marlin-350" are designed to search for emergency submarines and other objects, followed by inspection and survey work underwater in coastal marine areas or inland waters at depths of up to 350 meters. It can be used for search operations, protection of water areas, inspection of pipelines and cable lines, under-ice operations, scientific research, in oil and gas fields.

The device is equipped with six propulsion devices, of which four horizontal engines are arranged according to the vector scheme. It has good mobility and maneuverability. It is possible to install additional equipment, including a manipulator. A thin and flexible optoelectric cable with low resistance to movement and low buoyancy is used to connect the device and the surface module.
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  1. +2
    April 1 2020 15: 43
    Remote controlled unmanned underwater vehicles TNPA "Marlin-350"

    Whose are they? who produces?
    1. +5
      April 1 2020 15: 48
      Company with yuradres in Moscow
      Marlin 350
      The remotely controlled unmanned underwater vehicle (ROV) "Marlin-350" was developed by the specialists of JSC "Tethys Pro" and is intended for additional search of underwater objects and performance of underwater technical, search, inspection and rescue operations in coastal or inland waters at depths of up to 350 meters ...
      1. -5
        April 1 2020 16: 15
        Did the British share their technology with Tethys Pro?
        1. +1
          April 1 2020 16: 18
          Quote: We_Smart
          Did the British share their technology with Tethys Pro?

          Will you open your question wider? Can't we have this technology?
          1. -1
            April 1 2020 16: 24
            Does a company buying abroad and selling this equipment in our market have technologies?
            1. +1
              April 1 2020 21: 25
              Quote: We_Smart
              Does a company buying abroad and selling this equipment in our market have technologies?

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              Behind life, dear! "Tethys-Pro" was founded in 1991 and started, like many at that time, with the supply of imported equipment (diving) ..... But for a very long time it switched to the development and production of its own products .....
        2. -1
          April 1 2020 16: 21
          Quote: We_Smart
          Did the British share their technology with Tethys Pro?

          And what is it, we give them "Novice", they give us technology. laughing
          Actually, it was not England that "Lunokhod" created, let's say, the USSR / Russia will have more experience in telecontrol.
          1. 0
            April 1 2020 16: 27
            Russia has more experience, but Tethys Pro uses components made in England.
            1. -2
              April 1 2020 16: 31
              If electronics, this is one thing, if some other pieces of iron.
              1. 0
                April 1 2020 21: 27
                in short, cables in the Atlantic are hit by treacherous Russians
            2. +1
              April 2 2020 15: 35
              Quote: We_Smart
              Russia has more experience, but Tethys Pro uses components made in England.

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              Yeah! I understood you! So, if the Americans use the IM-SHORAD when creating a maneuverable short-range air defense system ISRAELI Radar and machine gun Belgian licenses, and other imported components, so this is not amer’s development ??? In fact, they often do this in the world! International cooperation is called! Try to find sophisticated high-tech products, of Western production, where ALL components would be produced by the country of origin! Yeah, it's not that simple! Do you think in the famous Swiss underwater mine-search robots (which, incidentally, use fleets of almost half of the world, including the USA) - ALL components are exclusively Swiss? Whatever the case !!
  2. -2
    April 1 2020 15: 52
    There should be many such devices!
    Different classes / depths.
    A sort of serial number. For all occasions.
    Ideally, the range is modular so that you can vary right on board.
    Well, the dimensions, excuse me, should correspond to the torpedo tube.
    1. +3
      April 1 2020 16: 51
      Quote: Victor_B
      Well, the dimensions, excuse me, should correspond to the torpedo tube.

      What for? He starts with a search and rescue tugboat.
    2. 0
      April 1 2020 17: 26
      The plans include the creation of vehicles with a working depth of 600 and 1000 meters, as well as the start of mass production of autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicles.
  3. +1
    April 1 2020 18: 09
    Well, they will find an emergency submarine, but without the inhabited vehicles the crew cannot be saved.
  4. 0
    April 1 2020 19: 40
    And what are not equipped with manipulators?

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