The Ministry of Defense completed the tests of a universal engineering machine UBIM

The Ministry of Defense completed the tests of a universal engineering machine UBIM

The tests of the universal armored engineering vehicle (UBIM), created in the interests of the engineering forces of the Russian army, were successfully completed, the equipment confirmed the declared characteristics. It is reported by the Ministry of Defense.


As stated in the military department, the tests of a promising engineering machine have been completed, and based on their results, a decision will be made on putting the UBIM into service with engineering units of the Russian army. The machine was developed by order of the engineering forces by the Ural Design Bureau of Transport Engineering (UKBTM, part of UVZ) as part of the Robot-3 development center.

As previously reported, the project to create a universal engineering machine that can replace several samples of engineering equipment at once appeared several years ago. In the framework of the Army-2017 forum, Uralvagonzavod for the first time showed a model of a promising engineering machine with the working designation "Object 153" or the UBIM. In 2018, a working model of an engineering machine appeared.

KILL created on the chassis tank T-90 is designed to ensure the advancement of troops and the implementation of engineering work in the conditions of enemy fire, including in contaminated areas. The machine is able to pave the way with the removal of debris using a blade or bucket, and there is the possibility of grinding large debris and obstacles using a hydraulic hammer. If necessary, the UBIM is able to pull out the stuck equipment and evacuate it.

The machine is equipped with a remotely controlled combat module with a 12,7 mm machine gun with 1200 rounds of ammunition.

The crew - 2 people, there is a place to accommodate three more people, mainly sappers, who are not included in the crew, but can assist in mine clearance. An engine with a capacity of 1130 hp was installed, the maximum speed was 60 km / h. Cruising range - 500 km, gross weight - 55 tons.
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  1. APASUS 15 May 2020 12: 56 New
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    A model of the Ural Design Bureau of Transport Engineering (UKBTM) being developed as part of the Robot-3 design and development of a universal armored engineering vehicle UBIM (Object 153) based on the T-90A tank at the exposition of the Army-2017 international military-technical forum .
    1. Lord of the Sith 15 May 2020 13: 23 New
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      Here is a better photo



      1. seregatara1969 15 May 2020 16: 14 New
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        From ce fearolyudina. Strong car.
      2. volodimer 16 May 2020 08: 25 New
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        In the photo from the article, a manipulator with a bucket in the stern, on the layout and your first photo in front. Moved so as not to interfere with the module 12,7? Or can the arm be mounted at two points?
        1. Lord of the Sith 16 May 2020 09: 50 New
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          This is a photo from Patriot Park, recent changes. It can be mounted only in front, apparently yes, it was moved.
  2. engineer74 15 May 2020 13: 04 New
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    And where on the Armata platform? Or even in the long term, a complete transition to one MBT is not planned? request
    1. Albert1988 15 May 2020 13: 06 New
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      Quote: engineer74
      And where on the Armata platform? Or even in the long term, a complete transition to one MBT is not planned?

      Most machines on the chassis of Almaty will be brought to mind for a long time, and until they are brought up, it is premature to introduce an engineering machine on this base.
      1. engineer74 15 May 2020 13: 13 New
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        I understand this, but the coin has a flip side: the more technology is created and brought up on a single base, the more perfect and cheaper it becomes. wink
        1. Albert1988 15 May 2020 13: 18 New
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          Quote: engineer74
          I understand this, but the coin has a flip side: the more technology is created and brought up on a single base, the more perfect and cheaper it becomes.

          Correctly. Look - there is no contradiction here - judging by the information available, we will soon be actively using the new T-90 modification, which means it’s more logical to take an engineering car on its chassis, especially since it differs little from the T-72 chassis.
          Now for armature - armata - this is a platform, that is, roughly speaking, a trough with tracks and MTO. But kaike cars are built on the basis of this platform? The T-14 tank is a very complex vehicle, the TBMP T-15 is a very complex vehicle, all vehicles carry very powerful electronic systems. All this must be made to work with the reliability of Kalash. Therefore, when these machines pass all the tests and show their reliability, only then does it make sense to massively supply them to the troops.
    2. svp67 15 May 2020 13: 26 New
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      Quote: engineer74
      And where on the Armata platform?

      Is there a special need now to make this car based on the T-14?
      1. Albert1988 15 May 2020 14: 12 New
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        Quote: svp67
        Is there a special need now to make this car based on the T-14?

        So actually such a machine already exists - the T-16 is called, but what's the point of taking it into service in isolation from all the other machines in the family?
        1. svp67 15 May 2020 14: 17 New
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          Quote: Albert1988
          but here is the point of taking it into service in isolation from all the other machines of the family?

          It is possible to take into service, but it is necessary to deliver to the troops in those parts that will be equipped with equipment based on "Almaty"
          1. Albert1988 15 May 2020 14: 18 New
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            Quote: svp67
            It is possible to take into service, but it is necessary to deliver to the troops in those parts that will be equipped with equipment based on "Almaty"

            And I'm talking about the same smile
      2. Zaurbek 16 May 2020 10: 28 New
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        They did it ... in the VP they showed both T15 and T14 and such a car ..... But if there is uncertainty with a diesel engine, then it applies to the entire line of cars.
        1. Albert1988 17 May 2020 14: 08 New
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          Quote: Zaurbek
          But if there is uncertainty with a diesel engine, then it applies to the entire line of cars.

          Diesel is not the most critical issue in this case.
    3. Grits 16 May 2020 02: 10 New
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      Quote: engineer74
      And where on the Armata platform?

      This is still a very distant prospect. Deneh Nem
  3. Alexga 15 May 2020 13: 17 New
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    By and large, this is an advanced IMR. But why only 2 people? The driver and commander, and who controls the crane and winch?
    1. V.I.P. 15 May 2020 13: 26 New
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      The commander will be. Why extra parasites ...
      1. Alexga 15 May 2020 14: 11 New
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        Dear, this does not happen. From personal experience I say. The commander must assess the situation and make a decision and lead the other two. Otherwise, trouble.
        1. volodimer 16 May 2020 08: 36 New
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          Most likely, the mechanical driver will be a jack of all trades when moving - using the blade, and the excavator and chipper when stopping. And the commander will be responsible for assessing the situation, making decisions on the use of funds and for the machine gun ...
          I just guess of course hi
          1. Alexga 16 May 2020 10: 33 New
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            This was already encountered when the rigger was expelled from the BREM crew. And here there is more work and it is more diverse. IMHO
            1. volodimer 16 May 2020 10: 47 New
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              I immediately understood your perplexity, it’s really strange, especially since in the “division of labor” described by me the workplace of the driver will simply be overloaded with controls. The training of a pro who is both a mechanical driver and an excavator-bulldozer-crane operator is unforgettable and rigging, etc. etc. Yes, such a specialist is worth its weight in gold, they must be prepared, and then held.
    2. svp67 15 May 2020 13: 27 New
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      Quote: AlexGa
      By and large, this is an advanced IMR.

      Rather, DEVELOPMENT.
      Quote: AlexGa
      But why only 2 people?
      A new car can even work without a crew ...
      1. Alexga 15 May 2020 14: 12 New
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        A new car can even work without a crew ...

        Is it sarcasm or a statement?
        1. svp67 15 May 2020 14: 16 New
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          Quote: AlexGa
          Is it sarcasm or a statement?

          It is a fact. They did it with such an opportunity, but in fact this is a general requirement for our new combat vehicles - the possibility of their use in the "unmanned version"
          1. Alexga 15 May 2020 15: 06 New
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            They did it with such an opportunity, but in fact this is a general requirement for our new combat vehicles - the possibility of their use in the "unmanned version"

            Yeah, and remove 200-300 m of forest debris in unmanned mode. You are probably joking.
            1. svp67 15 May 2020 15: 50 New
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              Quote: AlexGa
              Yeah, and remove 200-300 m of forest debris in unmanned mode. You are probably joking.

              Well, there are also works that are best done in unmanned mode
              1. Alexga 15 May 2020 16: 03 New
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                My imagination is not enough to come up with a task for this machine for an unmanned mode. I agree, the robot when clearing passages in minefields. But more? I’m not kidding, but if you weren’t personally connected with the work of the engineering departments, then read the Manual on engineering support from the time of Peter the Great to the present. There is not much difference, the technique is different, but the tasks are practically unchanged.
                1. svp67 15 May 2020 16: 05 New
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                  Quote: AlexGa
                  I agree, the robot when clearing passages in minefields.

                  As well as any other work in the areas of infection and under enemy fire.
                  Laying the same column ways
                  1. Alexga 15 May 2020 17: 46 New
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                    Quote: svp67
                    Laying the same column ways

                    From the military dictionary: Pillar route - a direction chosen and indicated on the terrain (mainly in the virgin lands), which is prepared for the movement of military units with their military equipment by the simplest road and bridge operations. Such paths are laid in those cases when there are no roads in the areas of troop movement along given routes or there are not enough roads. The main engineering works during the construction of a roadway include: clearing the carriageway, arranging drainage systems and the simplest crossings over streams and other obstacles, strengthening the carriageway in areas passing through soft soils.
                    Look at the list of ongoing activities, and how to perform them remotely.
                    1. svp67 15 May 2020 17: 51 New
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                      Quote: AlexGa
                      Look at the list of ongoing activities, and how to perform them remotely.

                      Often they just come down to
                      Quote: AlexGa
                      clearing the carriageway
                2. Alexey RA 15 May 2020 16: 45 New
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                  Quote: AlexGa
                  My imagination is not enough to come up with a task for this machine for an unmanned mode. I agree, the robot when clearing passages in minefields. But more?

                  The old harsh Soviet task - work in areas of radiation, chemical and biological contamination. FVU is good, but the remote control is somehow safer. smile
              2. Mihail2019 15 May 2020 16: 31 New
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                Here's what he quickly found: "... it was decided on the basis of IMR-2, which in turn was created on the T-72 chassis, to develop a fully robotic machine. It was designed and assembled as soon as possible at the Leningrad All-Russian Research Institute of Transport Engineering. In June 1986 years, the engineering robotic complex, called "Klin-1", began work.It consisted of a robot machine and a control machine.
                The engineering robot machine was IMR-2, which was equipped with remote control, which was based on a four-chamber television system.
                The main functions of the robot were the laying of tracks, the analysis of blockages, containerization, raking the soil, the search and collection of high-intensity radiation sources. The mass of the robotic IMR-2 was 49,6 tons, the speed with remote control is up to 7 kilometers per hour. "
                https://rg.ru/2019/08/14/kak-sovetskie-tanki-roboty-likvidirovali-posledstviia-avarii-na-chaes.html
    3. Nehist 15 May 2020 13: 30 New
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      Hmm, there is a 72-based IMR! What for a garden to fence that? What not to let her into the series? Minimum alteration and weight of the chassis !!
  4. Free wind 15 May 2020 13: 42 New
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    So it’s not bad. But the tank is hard to carry out tractor work. Such power is excessive, and the tank has a high speed in first gear, more than 10 km / h. At such a speed, if you hit a stone of any kind, you can break out the entire installation. Would change the gear ratios in first and second gears. Well, you can throw a turbine, a power of 700-800 horses seems to me quite enough. With a turbine you often fly into turbo holes, and the engine chokes, you have to throw up fires. The transit equipment, which is rather weak in design, normally cleans the snow, but I would prefer a dozer rotary blade. From the bottom, apparently, excavator equipment must be controlled by cameras, then the commander needs to have a swivel chair, it is hard to mirror the excavator, and the fur has water and so is very busy. You can use the remote control.
    1. Mihail2019 15 May 2020 16: 15 New
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      Power, it seems to me, due to a fair amount of mass. All the same, 55 tons - almost like the Amer Abrashka.
      And with the gears - who knows, maybe the BKPs are special, with a number of gears lowering.
      1. Free wind 15 May 2020 16: 45 New
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        Thrust, in other words, torque, on the bottoms of non-turbo engines is higher than that of turbo engines, they give their characteristics at higher speeds than average, and on the bottoms they often fall into the turbo-hole. The turbine cannot spin up, and even prevents the diesel engine from spinning up, provides little air, and as a result, the engine dies. We have to burn the clutch and spin the engine. Well, about the mass, the 60-ton tiger accelerated to 40 km / h, and quite easily.
  5. White AK 15 May 2020 13: 56 New
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    It would be more likely to be in the troops, otherwise our mdk 3 does not want to work without spare parts
    1. agond 15 May 2020 14: 47 New
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      Quote: Free Wind
      That’s power surplus,
      Tank high speed in first gear, more than 10 km / h.
      At such a speed, if you hit a stone of any kind, you can break out the entire installation.
      Would change the gear ratios in first and second gears.
      Well, you can throw a turbine, power of 700-800 horses seems to me quite enough,
      With a turbine, you often fly into turbo holes, and the engine chokes, you have to throw up fires.
      The transit equipment, which is rather weak in design, normally cleans the snow, but I would prefer a dozer rotary blade.
      From the bottom, apparently, the excavator equipment is controlled by cameras, then the commander needs to have a swivel chair, it’s hard to mirror the excavator,
      and the fur has water and so much congestion.
      You can use the remote control.

      That's right (I don’t understand why you were given a minus) I’ll add from myself
      from the experience of developing soil in winter, two excavators are usually used, one with a bucket and the other with a hydraulic hammer, on a UBIM a hydraulic hammer should be placed on the boom as well as a bucket, or try to combine the bucket with a hydraulic hammer in one node, and in the form shown in the picture, the radius The action of the hydraulic hammer is very limited.
  6. Mihail2019 15 May 2020 16: 05 New
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    Comments are interesting! A colleague who worked just in the engineering troops served - some of those commenting, apparently, too!
    In general, the equipment of these troops seems to me something from the world of post-apocalypse! In some “Mad Max” it would look very organic!
    Although just in a certain way, post-apocalypse, such machines already worked - I mean liquidating the consequences of the Chernobyl accident.
    As far as I know, they were widely used there.
  7. Nadrub 16 May 2020 11: 05 New
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    Wrap 1 pc please, I need such a cottage :)