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UIC will supply dozens of crew control complexes to North Africa and CSTO countries

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By the end of 2015, the United Instrument-Making Corporation will deliver dozens of complexes to monitor the work of the crews of armored vehicles and missile and artillery weapons to the CSTO and North African countries, reports TASS with reference to the press service of the company.

UIC will supply dozens of crew control complexes to North Africa and CSTO countries


“The system is capable of real-time tracking of all crew actions, recording negotiations, and also displaying data from technical vision channels on the operator’s screen to assess firing accuracy,” the release said.

“The equipment of the complex can be adapted for any kind of equipment, while the design and ergonomics of combat vehicles are not violated. Compared to foreign analogues, this complex is several times cheaper and works on individual communication channels, ”said Vladimir Maslyuk, general director of the Moscow Compass design bureau (system developer). He also noted that “the complex can interact with the existing communication equipment for data transmission to the National Defense Control Center of the Russian Federation”.

In Russia, the system will be shown on the “Tank Biathlon 2015”. In addition, everyone will be able to get acquainted with the novelty at the military exhibition "Russia Arms Expo-2015".
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  1. PROSTEEL
    PROSTEEL 15 July 2015 16: 01
    -4
    And you need not tens, but thousands! Then it will be very cool!
    1. viktor_ui
      viktor_ui 15 July 2015 16: 07
      +9
      Prosteel ... not thousands, hundreds of thousands are needed ... nea - millions of thousands. What for ??? But Schaub was, now it wasn’t before, and now let him know how much
      AND EVERYONE wassat
  2. Hairy Siberian
    Hairy Siberian 15 July 2015 16: 05
    +2
    “The system is capable of real-time monitoring of all crew actions, recording negotiations, and also displaying data from technical vision channels on the operator’s screen to assess the accuracy of shooting”

    That is, theoretically, the enemy can also track all this by intercepting the communication channel.
    1. vkl-47
      vkl-47 15 July 2015 16: 12
      0
      works on separate communication channels.
    2. St Petrov
      St Petrov 15 July 2015 16: 12
      +1
      the signal still needs to be decrypted
      1. Homo
        Homo 15 July 2015 17: 35
        +1
        Quote: s-t Petrov
        the signal still needs to be decrypted

        Everything is right! Decryption is time, and this is operational information, in half an hour it’s already disa!
      2. iConst
        iConst 15 July 2015 21: 25
        +1
        Quote: s-t Petrov
        the signal still needs to be decrypted

        Decrypt - garbage, compared with the translation from obscene ... laughing
  3. kil 31
    kil 31 15 July 2015 16: 10
    0
    By the end of 2015, the United Instrument-Making Corporation will supply dozens of control systems for the work of crews of armored vehicles and missile-artillery weapons to the CSTO and North Africa countries, The thing is necessary, but we will focus on the fact that will put I think the news is great, not the main news, perhaps hopefully soon, etc., etc.
  4. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 15 July 2015 16: 50
    +1
    So that the enemy does not interfere or does not connect to the channels of the control system for the work of the crews, appropriate protection against interference is created. Some in the comments are already pessimistic that the adversary can also connect to the system. The designer first of all took care of this.
  5. russmensch
    russmensch 15 July 2015 17: 30
    0
    The system is certainly necessary, who would argue. But all this is great for training platoons, companies and battalions in peacetime. Why is this in war? There will be no more time for the "flights" disassembly. I can't even imagine that the regiment is performing a combat mission, and someone is following it and fixing errors. Or will they introduce a new position of "controller"?
  6. legorell
    legorell 15 July 2015 17: 38
    0
    Yes, so that the Nazis could not genocide, knowing that everything is written so that the type of "national guard" does not appear, and such examples of the transfer of weapons, or the murder of civilians will be several times less.