Look inside the control point of the Iranian drone Mohajer-4

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In August, 2015, the governor of Ilam Province, met with the Iranian army unit in order to understand whether the UAVs could help in fighting forest fires in this mountainous province in western Iran.

This event was captured by photojournalists of the Iranian news agency IRNA, which published several snapshots of equipment for providing an unmanned aircraft complex.


We are talking about the latest-generation UAV Mohajer-4, which differs from the previous versions in its sleek fuselage. Most likely, this complex is in service with ground forces, although it is possible that the Iranian air force also has such a complex. An unrecognized badge was sewn on the overalls of one of the service group members (first left).


The aircraft in the photo has a serial number P062A-36. It is consistent with another single documented serial number P062A-007 UAVs of this type, which was found on the body of Xilum’s XIUMX in eastern Syria in January. Both numbers are also consistent with the numbers of other M2015 devices, where the first part indicates the model (A4 indicates the previous generation M041 UAV), and the second part indicates the unique number of the UAV itself. This suggests that there is at least 4 aircraft of the new generation.

The complex is served by a group of five to seven people. These are the two operators, the commander and the launch squad. The complex consists of a towed rail guide for launching using a rocket booster, a truck with a loading platform, an automobile crane, a light truck, a generator and a container-type ground control station. Most likely, the container for transportation, storage and maintenance is also part of the complex, but not in the photographs taken.


The photographs of the unmanned aircraft complex show the interior of the control station and the console of the operators. Three workplaces are located across the container facing the cabin. The operator of the onboard equipment sits on the right, he controls the camera and the directional tracking antenna mounted on the container's roof and used to transmit data in real time. In the center is a console with flight management software, which is used for automated route planning. In this case, the American commercial software FliteMap is used for civilian pilots. On the left workplace displays information about the engine and other telemetry data.

Look inside the control point of the Iranian drone Mohajer-4




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    1. +1
      October 13 2015
      A copy of the Israeli apparatus, which was shot down over Iran.
      1. +1
        October 13 2015
        On computers that Windows! Interesting license or honestly borrowed ?!
        1. +2
          October 13 2015
          Quote: Bankir
          Interesting license or honestly borrowed ?!

          Chesna borrowed license, but how else. laughing
          1. 0
            October 13 2015
            Iranians generally well done!

            In the conditions of the most severe sanctions, when the "world masters" practically staged a blockade - Iran shows the same rates and approximately the same GDP as Turkey, which is similar to it - although Turkey is most favored

            The independence and sovereignty of Iran is also respected. who did not "lie" under the dictates of the aggressors like everyone else

            At the same time, Iran is a good neighbor and a true friend for peaceful neighbors around - especially pleased with the rapprochement between Kazakhstan and Iran in recent years - the introduction of railway communications, joint statements by our leaders, the growth of strategic cooperation and the announced plans to increase trade by 5 times

            For us, Iran is even more important than for Russia. still closer - and God forbid what happens to a friendly neighboring country - then peace in the Caspian will come to an end
    2. +1
      October 13 2015
      And here’s a downed miracle weapon.


      I especially liked the spotlights above each operator’s workplace. Judging by the radiator, the power of the LED is 30 watts. lol
      1. +3
        October 13 2015
        Quote: professor

        I especially liked the spotlights above each operator’s workplace. Judging by the radiator, the power of the LED is 30 watts. lol

        Well, a watt is 30, this is probably dashing, judging by the level of illumination, a maximum of watt 5. At 30, the display operator will not see. Perhaps put out of what was.
        1. -3
          October 13 2015
          Yes there he is. 30 watts. wink
          1. 0
            October 25 2015
            Well, you are a professor straight "special" as if they themselves did this control point. wink
      2. 0
        October 25 2015
        A miracle is not a miracle, but you don’t even need to shoot down ovsk UAVs, you can just take control and land. )))))
        How many comments did not read your all the time just to crap something!
    3. 0
      October 13 2015
      Perhaps this is it. If it is not included, then the operator will be able to work. If all three are ignited, then theoretically it will be possible to carry out surgical operations there.
      1. +1
        October 13 2015
        Well, 30 watts is not necessary at all, they may have different power; for example, I have LED on 13 watts (equivalent to 100 watts of incandescent light) and I think it is bright, but as they say - there is no friend for the taste and color.
    4. 0
      October 13 2015
      And to me banks "energy". wassat
      1. 0
        October 13 2015
        That's interesting, but if the banks tip over, flood the equipment, followed by a circuit or is there protection? And in general, what are they standing there, can’t do cup holders?
    5. 0
      October 13 2015
      Could copy, localize production. Maybe it is functionally worse than the original but well done. From scratch we were able to establish the e-industry.
      1. +1
        October 13 2015
        Quote: Zaurbek
        From scratch we were able to establish the e-industry.

        Which industry? What are you talking about? Persians use commercial components that are freely marketed. This is a well-known fact. They themselves practically do not produce any electronics.
        1. +3
          October 13 2015
          Quote: professor
          Which industry? What are you talking about? Persians use commercial components that are freely marketed. This is a well-known fact. They themselves practically do not produce any electronics.


          Also delivered software for "Windows XP" laughing
    6. 0
      October 13 2015
      "... The avionics operator sits on the right, controlling the camera and directional tracking antenna mounted on the roof of the container."

      I have a question here, what does he get involved in pointing the antenna, it seems like this process is being automated
    7. 0
      October 13 2015
      Chinese probably? Do ours in licensing do it yourself or do it the same way?
    8. 0
      October 13 2015
      Quote: professor
      I especially liked the spotlights above each operator’s workplace. Judging by the radiator, the power of the LED is 30 watts.

      In general, everything looks archaic, some kind of a mixture of technologies of the late 80s and 2000s.
      1. 0
        October 13 2015
        Quote: Mestny
        In general, everything looks archaic, some kind of a mixture of technologies of the late 80s and 2000s.

        What they bought, what they stole ... request
      2. +1
        October 13 2015
        Well done, the Iranians, despite the sanctions against this country since 1979, they have achieved undoubtedly significant success in the production of various types of equipment, in particular UAVs.
        Here's an example of Shahed-129:
        1. 0
          October 13 2015
          By the way, although of course it’s not a topic, but since there’s nothing more about Iran, I’ll put it here smile
          Iran seems to have created, copied, received a license (which is really unknown) for the BTR-90 "Rostok", which has never been adopted by us in Russia, in any case, even though the photo is unclear, it looks very much like a tower from the BMP-2 with 30 -mm gun and 7,62-mm machine gun and exit-entrance in the middle of the hull.
          Our BTR-90:

          New Iranian BTR:
          1. 0
            October 13 2015
            On the 80th entrance / exit is the same.
            But, it is this pepelats that really looks like the 90th.
            1. 0
              October 13 2015
              Quote: prosto_rgb
              On the 80th entrance / exit is the same.

              I agree, but it is on the BTR-90 that there is a tower from the BMP-2 together with an entrance-exit in the middle of the hull, and the "nose" is very similar.
              Another BTR-90;
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            3. +1
              October 13 2015
              In the BTR 90, everything is completely different: drive, suspension, engine, armor. List what of all this on the Iranian APC, except for general contours? The tower from BMP 2 can be put anywhere. And then the question is whether the shoulder strap will stand.
              1. 0
                October 13 2015
                Quote: Zaurbek
                In the BTR 90, everything is completely different: drive, suspension, engine, armor.

                And where did you get such comprehensive information? smile
                Have you climbed the Iranian armored personnel carrier?
                Quote: Zaurbek
                The tower from BMP 2 can be put anywhere. And then the question is whether the shoulder strap will stand.

                If the BTR-90 can withstand it, then why the Iranian BTR can’t stand it?
                1. 0
                  October 13 2015
                  Greetings Jacket! I support, if the BTR-90 can stand it, the Iranians can stand it too

                  And if he doesn’t stand it, then the Russians will urgently share the technology - if they need to go to the Iranian factory, etc. - and they will set it up to stand it! drinks All the same, I must admit, already allies
    9. 0
      October 14 2015
      Friends, in addition to just copying the APC scheme, you need to have alloys, make a calculation of the rigidity of the structure. An example is the Ukrainians with the BTR-4, the shells are cracking, or ours with the BTR-82, when they put the 30mm gun, it turned out that the shoulder strap bends during the shooting and the shells fly anywhere. the roof came thicker, the weight increased, etc., one by one. This is not tuning. And the production of bulletproof steel is generally a tradition.

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