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Pilots will be able to see in the dark and helicopters will be equipped with "parking sensors"

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Pilots will be able to see in the dark and helicopters will be equipped with "parking sensors"Concern "Radio-electronic technologies" will present a new helmet on MAKS-2013, which will enable pilots to see targets in any weather and at any time of the day, RIA told reporters News Andrei Tyulin, Deputy General Director for Strategic Planning of the State Defense Order.


“We will show at MAKS new developments that have not been previously presented anywhere. A helmet target designation indication system designed for pilots of combat helicopters and the PAK FA. We have created an image processing algorithm for it, thanks to which pilots can now see targets in any weather and in any time of day, "said Tyulin.

In addition, the company will probably present "a new nadpultochny radar for the Mi-28H helicopter, which is installed above the blades of the helicopter." "This solution allows helicopters to rise above the landscape, scan the surface and remain invisible to the enemy," explained Tyulin.

In addition to all this, helicopters can acquire a “parking assistant”, this device will allow the pilot to see the virtual strip by day or night, but according to Tyulin, it will be presented at the next MAKS.

He also noted that one of the promising areas is the creation of ceiling reflex indicators.

“Now the pilot has a dashboard at his disposal, despite which he receives all the necessary information about the flight. In the future, this entire dashboard will not. Instead, there will be a clear glass that will contain flight information,” said Tyulin. This system will not be presented at the upcoming MAKS, but such developments are already underway.
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  1. Ruslandeth
    Ruslandeth 22 August 2013 06: 14
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    Thank God, the Russian land will not grow thin on bright heads.

    However, as always, the question is sacramental: WHEN will it go en masse to the troops?
  2. Vincente
    Vincente 22 August 2013 06: 23
    +3
    Duc, MI-28N night hunters, they are already with a night vision system, like the Ka-52, PAK-FA.
  3. GEO
    GEO 22 August 2013 07: 15
    +2
    If I go to the MAX, I will post pictures)
  4. Jacob31
    Jacob31 22 August 2013 07: 51
    +1
    As always, Night Hunters turned out to be not hunters but blind Game. Our helicopters can no longer take quality and quantity. In the good old USSR there was both quality and a huge amount. It is a pity the lost time when it is already necessary to cross the UAV ((
  5. mirag2
    mirag2 22 August 2013 07: 55
    +2
    Something too late ... Better late than never.
  6. Vincente
    Vincente 22 August 2013 07: 59
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    Quote: Jacob31
    As always, Night Hunters turned out to be not hunters but blind Game. Our helicopters can no longer take quality and quantity. In the good old USSR there was both quality and a huge amount. It is a pity the lost time when it is already necessary to cross the UAV ((


    what are you dramatizing. excellent helicopters mi-28n, ka-52, mi-35. even the best in the world. and enter service well smile
    1. Jacob31
      Jacob31 22 August 2013 08: 06
      +1
      Of course it would be. But until you try in battle, you don’t know, but in every country they know how to praise their equipment wink
    2. Nayhas
      Nayhas 22 August 2013 21: 41
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      Quote: Vincente
      excellent helicopters mi-28n, ka-52, mi-35. even the best in the world.

      Of course the best, just do not forget to indicate in which particular world, for example, in the world of your illusions ...
  7. denson06
    denson06 22 August 2013 09: 19
    +1
    Quote: Jacob31
    Of course it would be. But until you try in battle, you don’t know, but in every country they know how to praise their equipment wink

    It always has been and will be .. and this is correct in all respects ..
    We’ll see at least how it looks .. if they present at the MAX, I’ll bring photos ..
  8. Alexey M
    Alexey M 22 August 2013 09: 34
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    But was it not implemented on the KA-50?
  9. solomon
    solomon 22 August 2013 10: 57
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    Apparently, the presented devices from themselves will represent improved and adapted versions of already tested ones.