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New tracking systems for infantry

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New tracking systems for infantryIDF is preparing to introduce new tracking systems in the infantry units, which will allow the fighters to obtain a complete situational picture of the state of their troops.


Systems will be able to significantly improve the creation of a situational picture for infantry units on the state of the troops using GPS-based instruments. The new program was founded by a division of the combat information and control system of the Ground Forces headed by Brigadier General Mike Mastai.

In accordance with the program, the system will be equipped with the smallest tactical forces on the battlefield, which will allow them to create a complete situational picture of the state of their forces in a given combat area using the already existing system of operational management and control. Currently, the Israel Defense Forces have a situational picture of the state of large units, and not at the level of the main infantry units.

AOI believes that these systems will have a high degree of encryption. To date, there has not yet been made a final decision on who will directly take over the execution of the project.
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  1. Denis
    Denis 30 May 2013 06: 37 New
    +2
    these systems will be highly encrypted
    That's just about noise immunity is not said
    will allow them to create a complete situational picture of the state of their forces in a given war zone using the existing operational guidance and control system
    Put interference and kirdyk
    And in the future, you can forget how to read the map and forget the compass
    1. Letnab
      Letnab 30 May 2013 06: 46 New
      +7
      but all the same, it is necessary to move in this matter, with time that a reliable thread will be created.
    2. mogus
      mogus 30 May 2013 07: 25 New
      +5
      Israel is fighting with whom? Do Arabs have EW funds? The other day, we had exercises, so EW could not suppress the GPS signal. There is work to do. Such devices would not hurt us either, but we must be able to use a paper card (the battery will never run out; it does not affect electronic warfare; damage to the case is not terrible; water).
      1. elmir15
        elmir15 30 May 2013 17: 08 New
        +2
        New tracking systems for infantry

        I was really happy with the good news, I thought with us, and then clicking on it turns out to be the Israelis (((Nothing soon we will have a warrior everywhere. And we will rejoice
      2. Apostle
        Apostle 30 May 2013 22: 10 New
        +1
        Cards, cards, and again cards ...
  2. avant-garde
    avant-garde 30 May 2013 06: 47 New
    0
    Will GPS work in a full-scale war? request ??? The professor, like a spy, transmits all the information about the news of his army smile
    1. Denis
      Denis 30 May 2013 06: 54 New
      +1
      Quote: avant-garde
      Will GPS work in a full-scale war
      Isn’t kirdyk semiconductors in a nuclear explosion?
      When I had to carry a lamp, and, in a way, a heavy R-108, they said that only the lamps would survive
      It was not necessary to check
      1. Bort radist
        Bort radist 30 May 2013 07: 10 New
        0
        On the one hand, it’s good, and on the other hand, turn off all navigators for a day and see what happens on the roads of the world?
      2. Alex45
        Alex45 30 May 2013 07: 13 New
        +2
        Almost 70 years have passed since the use of nuclear weapons, and during this time there have been dozens of conflicts and regional wars with the use of weapons not protected from the actions of electromagnetic radiation. Therefore, we also need to develop this management principle (it seems that scouts have already introduced it, but do it smartly - not forgetting to train in military operations and without using the latest electronics.
      3. ultra
        ultra 30 May 2013 09: 48 New
        +2
        Quote: Denis
        Isn’t kirdyk semiconductors in a nuclear explosion?

        Not only to semiconductors, but also to Us with you too! hi
      4. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak 30 May 2013 10: 06 New
        0
        Quote: Denis
        Isn’t kirdyk semiconductors in a nuclear explosion?

        In the states, elements protected from a number of emissions have long been developed. And ordinary semiconductors will naturally stop working.
    2. fisherman
      fisherman 30 May 2013 09: 38 New
      +1
      advertising, as you know, the engine of trade :)
    3. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak 30 May 2013 10: 16 New
      0
      Quote: avant-garde
      The professor, like a spy, transmits all the information about the news of his army

      It is he who scares you all. So that on occasion, and every chance happens, immediately paws up lifted up. Save who can, the professorial army is coming! laughing
  3. shamil
    shamil 30 May 2013 07: 11 New
    0
    Yes, electronic warfare can not cope with them?
    1. poquello
      poquello 30 May 2013 22: 59 New
      +1
      What for to cope, use their signal as a designator.
  4. GELEZNII_KAPUT
    GELEZNII_KAPUT 30 May 2013 07: 24 New
    0
    GPS? Well, you can fight against backward countries, as with GLONASS, but if there are means of suppressing or destroying satellites, then how to fight ?! with unaccustomedness then ?! bully
    1. Professor
      30 May 2013 08: 23 New
      +6
      As it turned out, GPS is not so easy to drown out as urapatriots think. In addition to satellite navigation, there already exists a similar one on high-altitude UAVs, and the portable inertial one is already at a high level. In short, there would be a system, and its integral elements can change.
      1. mogus
        mogus 30 May 2013 11: 55 New
        +1
        they’ll still come up with how and how to jam (it’s a sin not to use the captured equipment for working with GPS received in 888, or maybe they’ve already tried). And so, as an option, there is a UAV, such as a quadrocopter, which is a cell of cellular communication. At a height of several hundred meters, given the terrain, a decent area can be covered.
  5. pensioner
    pensioner 30 May 2013 07: 25 New
    0
    And why can we somehow not bring down the good things in Israel, and buy - buy? Is it full of "ours" there? Che, all of us hate and are not for sale? Well, let's say they hate it - right. But, so as not to be sold ... But they will learn to equip their army with them.
  6. JonnyT
    JonnyT 30 May 2013 08: 23 New
    0
    In 90, all the data about the "constellation" battle control system (or something like that, I don’t remember the name exactly) safely leaked over the hill. So, on the basis of our developments, all this is done .......
    And sad and funny!))))
    1. Rumata
      Rumata 30 May 2013 10: 07 New
      +4
      Quote: JonnyT
      In 90, all the data about the "constellation" battle control system (or something like that, I don’t remember the name exactly) safely leaked over the hill. So, on the basis of our developments, all this is done .......
      And sad and funny!))))

      Yeah, reading this is just ridiculous, but how you think about what's going on in the head of the person who writes becomes sad ...
      1. JonnyT
        JonnyT 30 May 2013 11: 11 New
        +1
        Quote: Rumata
        so think what is going on in the head of the one who writes, it becomes sad ...

        Understand yours!

        The fact remains that all the information has leaked. Over the hill, it was carefully analyzed and was the fundamental basis for the creation of all subsequent systems!
    2. JonnyT
      JonnyT 30 May 2013 10: 16 New
      -1
      Meanwhile, in the USSR, back in 1983, the ACS Maneuver was adopted. Not overseas, but we were the first to link every tank, every rocket launcher, every plane and helicopter, every army unit into a single system, managed easily and efficiently.


      When the Warsaw Pact fell apart, the United States received almost all the components of the Maneuver. The Pentagon prepared and conducted the command post game. On the one hand, NATO, on the other - the Warsaw Pact. The troops of the West were controlled according to their system, the armies of the East used the "Maneuver". NATO was defeated without the use of nuclear weapons in three days. Only due to excellent management! The Americans were shocked. And not only from defeat. They simply could not understand how Soviet specialists managed to create such an effective management system on a primitive elemental base. Suffice it to say that to ensure only one channel of closed communication in the ACS "Maneuver" equipment was used that could barely fit in a van placed on a Ural truck. But this channel worked, and it was impossible to drown it!


      They would have experienced an even greater shock if they had learned that the "Maneuver", adopted in the USSR for arming, was never introduced into the troops. Or maybe they just knew about this.

      full article http://poludin.moy.su/news/sozvezdie_upravljaet_boem/2010-03-06-218


      Well? Now doubts are whose system is taken as a basis? The progenitor of all other world systems
      1. Rumata
        Rumata 30 May 2013 10: 30 New
        +1
        Quote: JonnyT
        Meanwhile, in the USSR, back in 1983, the ACS Maneuver was adopted. Not overseas, but we were the first to link every tank, every rocket launcher, every plane and helicopter, every army unit into a single system, managed easily and efficiently.

        Firstly, the presence of similar systems does not mean that someone stole something from someone. The principle of operation is completely different. How did the "Maneuver" work? Using satellites?
        Secondly, you don’t need to hang noodles about NATO in shock, “Maneuver” was an attempt to REDUCE the lag in this area from the West. The USA through DNSS, GPS in their youth, created similar experimental systems back in 76, and without the use of satellites, 7 years earlier ... Most likely both the USA and the USSR came to the conclusion that ACS was not profitable, and therefore they were not implemented .. Since then, technology has stepped forward a long time ago and comparing the "Maneuver" with modern systems is like comparing an ancient calculator and a MacBook ...

        To read the local scribblers, everything from penicillin to condoms was created in the homeland of elephants and stolen ...
        1. JonnyT
          JonnyT 30 May 2013 11: 21 New
          0
          Quote: Rumata
          Firstly, the presence of similar systems does not mean that someone stole something from someone.

          Well, not a thief.

          It is not a matter of principle of operation, but of a constructed data exchange system, its vastness and basic concepts

          The automated control system of the Maneuver front was immediately created as a single integrated automated control system for the combined arms (tank) association (formation), which includes the subsystems for controlling the arms of the ground forces, automated control systems for front-line aviation and military air defense, automatic control systems for the rear, united by a single communication and data transmission system. It should be noted that the ACS of front-line aviation was functionally included in the ACS "Maneuver"

          We had such an extensive system, covering all the troops, from the rocket to the motorized rifle. In the states before that there were narrow-profile systems


          Quote: Rumata
          To read the local scribblers, everything from penicillin to condoms was created in the homeland of elephants and stolen ...


          Honoring the scribble on your part, all living and non-living things were created by God's chosen people from the air.
        2. Ezhaak
          Ezhaak 30 May 2013 11: 31 New
          +1
          Quote: Rumata
          To read the local scribblers, everything from penicillin to condoms was created in the homeland of elephants and stolen ...

          To read the scribblers coming, it turns out that moving the shutter handle to a vertical position gives Galil the right to be called cool Israeli design.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 30 May 2013 13: 42 New
            0
            Galil is already an Israeli development, although on the basis of AK and Valmet - which, however, has never been hidden. Just like Lada - development based on Fiat, but not Fiat - because a rather large number of own developments were introduced.
            1. Ezhaak
              Ezhaak 30 May 2013 13: 48 New
              -1
              Quote: Pimply
              based on AK and Valmet

              Naturally. Although the same Valmet is made on the basis of the same AK. And Galile only 2-3 changes. But how much talk. Here we are, how smart. They would be smart, they would have done their job long ago. And these clever ones also knew how to “glycate”.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 30 May 2013 14: 00 New
                +3
                In fact, a little more than two or three. Especially in the ACE version.
                First of all - the transition to another caliber.
                A milling cutter, not stamping, is more expensive, but also more reliable.
                Butt, shutter, fuse, magazine receiver, slide delay.
                Changes in the gas removal mechanism.
                The possibility of firing barreled grenades.
                Stores of a different design and capacity.
                Better steel.
                The carrying handle and the ability to install a collimator are still in the first versions.
                The ability to properly supply optics without a swallow’s nest.
                The gas piston is chromed.

                In fact, the changes that should have been made to the AK-74 were made to Galil, but in most cases they didn’t. What does not sweep away is that it is made on the basis of AK. But this is already a completely independent machine, because the changes made allow it to be easily distinguished from AK - although there are also signs reminding that it is flesh from the flesh of this machine.

                And, yes, there is still an opener for beer bottles 8)))
                1. JonnyT
                  JonnyT 31 May 2013 08: 14 New
                  0
                  By 1969, the first prototype rifles developed by designers Uziel Gal (Uziel Gal, the creator of the software for ultrasound) and Israel Galili (Israel Galili) were submitted for testing. As a result, in 1973, the SSI adopted the rifle designed by Israel Galili, developed at the Israel Military Industries (IMI) state-owned arms company. The rifle received the designation Galil and went into mass production. At its core, it was nothing more than a Finnish submachine gun Valmet RK.62, which was modified to local specifics, which, in turn, was a licensed modification of the AK-47 Soviet Kalashnikov assault rifle. For the production of Galil machines and documentation were purchased in Finland, in addition, according to rumors, the very first Galil machines were assembled on Finnish-made receiver systems. The main differences between the Galil assault rifle and its prototypes were the new 5.56mm caliber cartridge and folding stock, similar to that used on FN FAL Para rifles. On the basis of the basic Galil AR model (Assault Rifle), a number of modifications were created, namely: Galil ARM, which had a folding bipod and a carrying handle; Galil SAR - a shortened version for armored forces and paratroopers; Galil AR and ARM caliber 7.62mm NATO - for export; Galatz - self-loading sniper version

                  Opener is good) Innovative development!
  7. Vtel
    Vtel 30 May 2013 10: 00 New
    0
    Yes, but it doesn’t shine too much for us, we’ll use wired dynamo devices, since Glanase’s mustache is stolen, and only a Russian man knows how it works. If in our NANO-Chubais spies from the CIA worked full time and what we have to wait for. It’s necessary to use enemy trophies during the war.
  8. AK-47
    AK-47 30 May 2013 10: 16 New
    0
    ... new tracking systems in infantry units that will allow fighters to get a complete situational picture of the state of their troops.

    We must assume that not only "ours", but also "strangers" will be able to get the same picture, for that there is intelligence, remember the German "Enigma".
    1. mogus
      mogus 30 May 2013 12: 09 New
      +2
      in modern digital technologies, codes are orders of magnitude greater than in "enigma." At the request of the military, communications systems should transmit about 100mb / s. With this flow of information, you have to decrypt before retirement. Codes are needed, and given the present, codes can be changed quickly (memory card, for example).
  9. andrejwz
    andrejwz 30 May 2013 11: 00 New
    +1
    IDF is preparing to introduce new tracking systems in the infantry units, which will allow the fighters to obtain a complete situational picture of the state of their troops.

    And in the case of capture (death by direct contact) of an Israeli soldier to get the same picture to their enemy. A double edged sword.
    1. Professor
      30 May 2013 11: 02 New
      0
      Quote: andrejwz
      And in the case of capture (death by direct contact) of an Israeli soldier to get the same picture to their enemy.

      Even on a cheap home computer, there are screensaver to open which you need a password ...