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The T-14 "Armata" provides the ability to remote control

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The deputy general director of Uralvagonzavod, Vyacheslav Khalitov, said that the T-14 Armata tank had the capability of remote control.



"Equipment" Almaty "allows you to automate many processes that previously had to do the crew manually, including remote control movement of the machine. It is possible that future wars will be fought without human participation, therefore we have provided for the possibility of robotization in “Armata”. Today we are laying "Armata". And I think it will serve us throughout the 21st century, ”he quotes. RT.

Technowars, a corporate magazine of OAO NPK Uralvagonzavod, notes that after changing the internal layout, the process of robotization will free up space for additional ammunition and fuel, which will improve the corresponding platform characteristics by 50%. In some cases, depending on the required tasks, ammunition and power reserve will almost double.

The tank of the new generation T-14 "Armata" took part in the Victory Parade 9 May in Moscow. Its main feature is an armored capsule for crew members, which is separated from the combat pack. Such a scheme significantly increases the tank crew’s chances of survival even when the ammunition is undermined.
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  1. Portoss
    Portoss 1 June 2015 06: 02
    +7
    And who argued about this? There, only the Jews wanted to create Merkava 5 with this system. But it doesn’t work out. Although they trynd all over the World that they have the best elemental base.
    1. Prokop
      Prokop 1 June 2015 06: 13
      +8
      Quote: Portoss
      Although they trynd all over the World that they have the best elemental base.

      They just do not say that half of the developers of their tanks come from the USSR.
    2. Truth
      Truth 1 June 2015 07: 44
      +6
      If this really works, with a remote control, then the reserve of operators of such wheelbarrows is simply huge, just joke on World of Tanks, there you can collect more than one tank army from fierce fighters.

      ps No irony, I'm quite serious.
      1. Whatabout
        Whatabout 1 June 2015 09: 10
        +2
        Yeah. At the macro level, specialists from SC will play, mikrit - WoT, for airplanes - IL-2 ... Something that reminds me of Ender's game.
      2. Whatabout
        Whatabout 1 June 2015 09: 10
        0
        Yeah. At the macro level, specialists from SC will play, mikrit - WoT, for airplanes - IL-2 ... Something that reminds me of Ender's game.
      3. The comment was deleted.
      4. 0255
        0255 1 June 2015 10: 26
        +1
        Quote: Truth
        If this really works, with a remote control, then the reserve of operators of such wheelbarrows is simply huge, just joke on World of Tanks, there you can collect more than one tank army from fierce fighters.

        ps No irony, I'm quite serious.

        And then we will create combat cyborgs (not from Donetsk airport, but robots) and they will be controlled by players in Counter-Strike and Warface. And the UAV operators will recruit from the players in War Thunder.
        I in the tundra reached the Soviet Union to the T-54 and MiG-15bis - can go as the operator of an unmanned aerial vehicle and Armata? laughing
        1. Rusich is not from Kiev
          Rusich is not from Kiev 1 June 2015 11: 54
          +3
          Quote: 0255
          will be controlled by players in Counter-Strike and Warface.

          Not in Warface cheaters everything, will not go wassat
    3. atalef
      atalef 1 June 2015 11: 58
      0
      Quote: Portoss
      There, only the Jews wanted to create Merkava 5 with this system. But it doesn’t work out. Although they trynd all over the World that they have the best elemental base.


      5th Merkava (will not be in its current form)
      The whole concept of the tank will be changed - lighter, more maneuverable, with a crew of 2 people (or without), with a more developed KAZ.
  2. queen
    queen 1 June 2015 06: 03
    +1
    You still can’t do without a man, this is not a computer game
    1. BARKAS
      BARKAS 1 June 2015 06: 46
      +8
      UAVs including land drones are effective only against an enemy who does not have modern weapons and electronic warfare equipment!
      1. Truth
        Truth 1 June 2015 07: 50
        +1
        You still can’t do without a man, this is not a computer game

        Everything is correct, well, where without him, without a man ...
        A computer game is just a program that it controls ... that's right - MAN.
      2. atalef
        atalef 1 June 2015 12: 12
        0
        Quote: BARKAS
        UAVs including land drones are effective only against an enemy who does not have modern weapons and electronic warfare equipment!

        You're wrong
        No one will say that the RF Armed Forces had neither electronic warfare, nor air defense systems, nor modern weapons, nevertheless, the words of Shamanov
        In the same Abkhazian direction, Georgian UAVs of Israeli production regularly flew over the positions of our troops. And in most cases we had to put up with it. Shooting down these drones with the same Buk anti-aircraft missile system is too expensive, and the Strela portable anti-aircraft missile system does not "capture" it. The thermal radiation emitted from such an UAV is too low. Well, the main means of air defense of the landing units - ZU-23-2, simply did not reach UAVs flying at an altitude of about 3000 meters.
    2. Kite
      Kite 1 June 2015 07: 57
      +3
      Quote: regin
      You still can’t do without a man,

      - Speech, like, about remote control, i.e. man controls remotely. If the crew is placed in a capsule and sees the field through the devices, controls through motorized drives, then only a little remains to increase the distance of the remote control - to develop a reliable device for the command transmission channel.
      1. Truth
        Truth 1 June 2015 08: 02
        0
        Kite

        Igor! Respect to you, I also celebrate the 2nd of August, 345 PDP, 1980-82.
      2. atalef
        atalef 1 June 2015 12: 07
        0
        Quote: Kite
        Quote: regin
        You still can’t do without a man,

        - Speech, like, about remote control, i.e. man controls remotely. If the crew is placed in a capsule and sees the field through the devices, controls through motorized drives, then only a little remains to increase the distance of the remote control - to develop a reliable device for the command transmission channel.


        Of course, you can make remote control, but it requires a huge range of additional measures (From Glonass (which is not yet available), to closed and protected communication channels, interaction with UAVs, the full range and sound of network-centric combat control and of course trained operators, tests, tests, tests and investing hundreds and hundreds of millions and more)
        Will they go this way?
        For this, concept 9 must be changed first of all) - the soldier is of the greatest value and the preservation of his life and health is the paramount task since the fulfillment of this task is a fabulous investment.
        1. Kite
          Kite 1 June 2015 13: 56
          0
          Quote: atalef
          Will they go this way?

          - they will, because new opportunities are not provided for a very large surcharge. Closed channels have been around for a long time, and not only in staff cars - to start work from scratch. To ensure the safety of communication equipment for such a large and low-speed machine operating at a short distance (is it necessary to run more than 2-3 km? Do not launch it in the District of Columbia in a raid?), Too, the task is not new.
  3. Teberii
    Teberii 1 June 2015 06: 03
    +1
    Interesting with an eye on the fifth generation.
    1. Eragon
      Eragon 1 June 2015 06: 48
      +6
      Quote: Teberii
      Interesting with an eye on the fifth generation.

      A persistent feeling that this is the fifth generation "downgraded" to the fourth. Indeed, it is only one step from the crew in the armored capsule, controlling the tank solely by instruments, to the crew in the bunker, controlling by the same instruments. In fact, the question is in the noise immunity of the control channel. All.
      I can’t believe it completely in a robot tank - in a battle such questions will arise that modern computer brains will not cope with. And AI, it is still from the field of very scientific, but science fiction. Yes, experiments are being carried out, some individual points are being worked out (for example, a car without a driver), but so far it looks more like big toys.
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 1 June 2015 07: 52
      +1
      Quote: Teberii
      Interesting with an eye on the fifth generation.

      Then the 4 generation did not realize its potential, and you are already talking about the fifth generation. Indeed, we don’t even know the TTX Armata. hi
  4. Prokop
    Prokop 1 June 2015 06: 08
    +2
    Drones prove their right to exist, so a robotic tank is what needs to be put into the development of "Armata" (comrades are on the right course).
    1. queen
      queen 1 June 2015 06: 14
      +1
      Quote: Prokop
      UAVs prove their right to exist

      More like for reconnaissance, but you won’t send a tank to reconnaissance)
      1. igordok
        igordok 1 June 2015 06: 26
        +1
        Quote: regin
        More like for reconnaissance, but you won’t send a tank to reconnaissance)

        History moves in a spiral. About 1935 pieces of TT-1936 TV-sets, created by 26-55, were armed with a flamethrower and 200-700-kg delayed charge in an armored box, which the tank dropped near enemy fortifications, which made it possible to destroy bunkers up to four levels underground.
        1. queen
          queen 1 June 2015 06: 40
          +1
          The means of defeat are now completely different, and the strategy is not what it was before.
      2. bolat19640303
        bolat19640303 1 June 2015 06: 33
        0
        Quote: regin
        Quote: Prokop
        UAVs prove their right to exist

        More like for reconnaissance, but you won’t send a tank to reconnaissance)


        Well, not just for intelligence. UAVs are also used quite actively as shock weapons.
        1. queen
          queen 1 June 2015 06: 45
          +2
          Quote: bolat19640303
          as a strike weapon.

          For the Papuans, and they can only fight with them ... you yourself know)
    2. atalef
      atalef 1 June 2015 12: 11
      0
      Quote: Prokop
      UAVs prove their right to exist, so that a robotic tank

      A drone (much easier than a tank) since the number of threats on the battlefield and the changing tactical situation are many times greater than the situation with UAVs
      What UAVs are doing now - mainly reconnaissance and bombing, there is no talk of a fighter UAV yet
      A tank = is fighting, fighting really in a practically every second changing tactical environment - I don’t think that the Russian military-industrial complex today is capable of solving such a difficult task, neither from the point of view of military infrastructure, nor elementary base, nor programming.
      In the future (far), maybe now - this is not real
  5. igordok
    igordok 1 June 2015 06: 14
    +3
    Someone Armata, and someone B-4 (sample 1931.).
    For monuments, camouflage is usually not painted.
    1. Corcap
      Corcap 1 June 2015 06: 28
      +3
      Quote: igordok
      Someone Armata, and someone B-4 (sample 1931.).
      For monuments, camouflage is usually not painted.

      According to the uniform of the servant, it can be assumed that the apparatus is dill.
      Truly painted, as for business ...
      One thing is embarrassing, the trunk, closer to the hauler, some kind of "kotsany". Even with this resolution of the picture, it is clear that something is wrong with it ...
      1. igordok
        igordok 1 June 2015 06: 55
        +2
        Quote: Corcap
        According to the uniform of the servant, it can be assumed that the apparatus is dill.
        Truly painted, as for business ...
        One thing is embarrassing, the trunk, closer to the hauler, some kind of "kotsany". Even with this resolution of the picture, it is clear that something is wrong with it ...

        This is a photo of the APU. What can be said about the APU if they are trying to use this weapon. In theory, the shells passed all the storage periods, and the gun itself has its own term.
        And from a moral point of view. To use such a weapon for purposes without DFS is blasphemous. A lot of civilians will suffer.
  6. Balamyt
    Balamyt 1 June 2015 06: 15
    +2
    .... including remote control of the movement of the machine ....

    Most likely a lot of what "Armata" is capable of, we do not know, and this is not announced. It will be a surprise for those who wish to test these abilities on themselves ..)) angry
  7. SERGEY UI
    SERGEY UI 1 June 2015 06: 24
    +1
    And this is good smile
  8. ssn18
    ssn18 1 June 2015 06: 24
    +4
    Remote control is definitely a good thing. And how will it work in the conditions of radio interference. EW has not been canceled yet.
    1. SERGEY UI
      SERGEY UI 1 June 2015 06: 28
      +2
      I think work on it, the eternal struggle of the shield and the sword wink
    2. nagel_Oz
      nagel_Oz 1 June 2015 07: 42
      +1
      On Anna News there was a story about how a mechanical driver died in Syria (detonation on a cumulative mine), the guys escaped from the tower, and the tank continued to move at the included speed. BREM tried to drag, failed. As a result, the car burned down. Even such a minimal opportunity as remotely shifting the gearbox and deploying the tank in case of crew incapacity, breakdown of navigation equipment, etc. a thing simply necessary. Respect to the engineers!
  9. SERGEY UI
    SERGEY UI 1 June 2015 06: 25
    +6
    Half of the country is playing tanks; laughing
    1. Shabay62
      Shabay62 1 June 2015 06: 44
      +2
      Quote: SERGEY UI
      Half of the country is playing tanks; laughing

      Thanks for the smile and uplifting. hi
  10. Tigrus
    Tigrus 1 June 2015 06: 51
    +1
    Soon the tanks will go, shorter transformers bully !
  11. atk44849
    atk44849 1 June 2015 08: 15
    +1
    half of the country in the USSR served in tank troops! but there is also an armored personnel carrier and infantry fighting vehicles !!! am
  12. iwakura
    iwakura 1 June 2015 08: 29
    +2
    Now we and the "conditional adversary" are at the same technical level. The control wire will limit the range, the optical channel does not work in rough terrain and dusty conditions, the radio can be jammed with interference and generally used for missile guidance. Until some reliable method of communication is invented, there will be no remote control, except that it will be possible to reduce the crew to 1 person.
    And full robotization ... well, AI exists only in the minds of science fiction writers, and the computer will always be dull and lack of initiative, ... and the Soviet cartoon "Polygon" came to mind
    1. wanderer_032
      wanderer_032 1 June 2015 10: 17
      +2
      Quote: iwakura
      and the Soviet cartoon "Polygon" was remembered


      Good cartoon good Now they do not:



      1. wanderer_032
        wanderer_032 1 June 2015 10: 18
        0
        There is also a similar topic laughing

  13. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 1 June 2015 09: 08
    0
    God grant that all ideas come to life and all equipment goes into the army. And adversaries would never think of committing aggression against Russia !!! soldier
    1. wanderer_032
      wanderer_032 1 June 2015 11: 21
      0
      Quote: Alexey-74
      And adversaries would not come to commit aggression against Russia !!!


      Today in the Republic of Transnistria we have this:

      31 May 2015 22: 45
      Ukraine and Moldova squeeze a ring around Transnistria

      On May 28, VGTRK special correspondent Dmitry Kaystro was not allowed into Moldova. He was denied entry to this country until 2019 without explanation. The film crew was sent to Transnistria to prepare a report on the difficult situation that Russian peacekeepers faced after the Verkhovna Rada denounced the agreement between Ukraine and Russia on the transit of Russian military units temporarily located in Transnistria.
      In addition, agreements were announced that made it possible to deliver military supplies, food, and uniforms to the peacekeeping contingent. Now Ukraine has closed its territory, and Russian soldiers have been blocked in Transnistria. There is only one option left - the delivery of goods by air through the airports of Moldova. But this door can be slammed at any moment.
      Transnistria is a self-proclaimed republic. The international community recognizes it as part of Moldova. It borders with Ukraine. Literally rests against the Black Sea, but has no access to it. The capital is Tiraspol. Odessa is 100 kilometers away. The population of Transnistria is half a million people. The territory - 4 thousand square kilometers - a tenth of Denmark and a little more than Luxembourg.
      And one more detail of the emerging situation, which was noted by the publicist Vitaly Tretyakov: "Jokes are jokes, but the appointment of Saakashvili, an unbalanced, extremely irresponsible person, who has actually already become an international adventurer and provocateur, undoubtedly, is not aimed at a fantastic transformation of Odessa into a port-franco or a fight against corruption, and destabilization in Transnistria, with which the Odessa region borders. "
      How do Ukraine and Moldova tighten the ring around the unrecognized republic?
      http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=2622619
      1. wanderer_032
        wanderer_032 1 June 2015 11: 40
        0
        Meanwhile, NATO exercises are taking place near Romania’s Transnistria.
        American attack aircraft and fighters are working out joint actions to launch airstrikes on ground targets. Romanian planes do the same.
        The American mechanized units of the SV work offensive operations.

        In this regard, the question. Where is there an area nearby where there is no good air defense, where the pilots of the A-10C, F-16 and Romanian MIG-21 can effectively use their aircraft?

        In the Baltics, the presence of the 82nd Airborne Forces of the US Armed Forces is recorded, where they conduct exercises, where they practice landing. The armed forces of the Baltic republics participate in these exercises just as actively and either fulfill the same tasks as their American counterparts or play the role of a defending side.

        Of course, it can be just a game on the nerves, but you should not relax very much.
  14. madjik
    madjik 1 June 2015 09: 26
    +1
    size is important? ... t-14 armata and t-90a
  15. ma_shlomha
    ma_shlomha 1 June 2015 10: 28
    0
    The T-14 "Armata" provides the ability to remote control


    Quote: Truth
    If this really works, with a remote control, then the reserve of operators of such wheelbarrows is simply huge, just joke on World of Tanks, there you can collect more than one tank army from fierce fighters.

    ps No irony, I'm quite serious.


    In this case, is it necessary to create a highly protected tank? Wouldn't it be easier to create army of mini cars like ATVs armed with anti-tank systems of 2-3 generations? What kind of SMART anti-tank mine on wheels?
    1. Manul
      Manul 1 June 2015 20: 15
      0
      Quote: ma_shlomha
      In this case, is it necessary to create a highly protected tank? Wouldn’t it be easier to create an army of mini cars like ATVs armed with 2-3 generation ATGMs? What kind of SMART anti-tank mine on wheels?

      It’s necessary to create, but your idea is also good. I myself have a super car project in my head. I’ll think it over - I’ll post it for discussion)))