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KRET: a new navigation system has been developed for deck aviation

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Testing of new deck-based inertial navigation system for the deck continues aviationtransmits TASS a message from the general director of Ramenskiy instrument-making design bureau (RPKB, part of KRET), Daniel Brønerman.




“A new inertial system for carrier-based aviation is being tested,” said Brrenerman.

“In the near future, the adaptation of the strapdown inertial system to all new and modernized aircraft of the Air and Space Forces of the Russian Federation will be completed,” he added.

According to the general director, “the strapdown navigation system (SINS) is designed to determine the location of the aircraft, as well as the integrated processing and issuance of navigation and flight information.”
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  1. venaya
    venaya 19 November 2015 08: 20
    +3
    "The strapdown navigation system (SINS) is designed to determine the location of the aircraft, as well as the integrated processing and issuance of navigation and flight information."

    Perhaps we are talking about a system that allows, including simplifying landing on an aircraft carrier? Then it is especially relevant.
    1. cniza
      cniza 19 November 2015 08: 23
      +3
      Quote: venaya
      "The strapdown navigation system (SINS) is designed to determine the location of the aircraft, as well as the integrated processing and issuance of navigation and flight information."

      Perhaps we are talking about a system that allows, including simplifying landing on an aircraft carrier? Then it is especially relevant.



      It's nice to hear such news, in the morning they cheer you up and give you an impulse to do something good.
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    3. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 19 November 2015 08: 25
      -3
      And for the lope of aircraft carriers all this genius? Or, again from the series - for sale to the Chinese?
      1. cniza
        cniza 19 November 2015 08: 30
        +5
        Quote: oldseaman1957
        And for the lope of aircraft carriers all this genius? Or, again from the series - for sale to the Chinese?


        “In the near future, the adaptation of the strapdown inertial system to all new and modernized aircraft of the Air and Space Forces of the Russian Federation will be completed,” he added.


        Old sailor, read the article, it is short. smile
      2. venaya
        venaya 19 November 2015 08: 36
        +4
        Quote: oldseaman1957
        And for the lope of aircraft carriers all this genius?

        Whether such systems are not universal. Problems landing high-speed aircraft have always existed, especially considering both the high cost of the runway and the duration of their construction, such systems can reduce the cost of the flight and reduce the accident rate during landing. During the flight, the pilot's fatigue is so high that it is desirable to reduce for him the difficulty of performing such a complex maneuver. In sum, this is both cheaper and safer.
    4. vkl-47
      vkl-47 19 November 2015 09: 09
      0
      and again native RPKB distinguished himself
    5. FID
      FID 19 November 2015 09: 14
      +4
      Quote: venaya
      Perhaps we are talking about a system that allows, including simplifying landing on an aircraft carrier? Then it is especially relevant

      Not really ... This is a laser INERTIAL system, coupled with a satellite navigation system. There are special trajectory control systems for landing ...
      1. veksha50
        veksha50 19 November 2015 09: 46
        0
        Quote: SSI
        This is a laser inertial system, coupled with a satellite navigation system.



        As I understand it, this inertial system can work without reference to satellites ???

        Progress is being made in this direction ... We have done for strategists ...

        If this is so, then, no matter how ridiculous it may sound, but the ability to work in navigation without satellites at the beginning of large-scale hostilities is, as it were, "forward into the future", despite some alleged anachronism ...

        Or am I misunderstanding something ???
        1. FID
          FID 19 November 2015 10: 28
          +1
          Quote: veksha50
          . The strategists did ...

          No, the old-fashioned way, the usual inertial. Maybe over time ...
      2. aviator65
        aviator65 19 November 2015 12: 38
        0
        Quote: SSI
        For landing, there are special trajectory control systems ...

        Like "Moon"?
    6. Col.
      Col. 19 November 2015 09: 20
      +2
      Quote: venaya
      including simplify landing on an aircraft carrier? Then it is especially relevant.


      Unlikely. The inertial system is intended, roughly speaking, for SVZH (there was such a discipline in navigational schools - air navigation). And to ensure landing on the deck, the Luna optical system was developed long ago. I haven't done this for a long time, but in my opinion, it (in an improved version) is still quite effective.
  2. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 19 November 2015 08: 30
    +6
    This is a great system! Allows you to accurately position yourself in space, without being tied to the satellite every second. In the face of possible opposition, you can not rely on satellite systems. At least in the target area.
    1. FID
      FID 19 November 2015 09: 28
      +2
      Without the SNA (satellite navigation system), the error accumulates, and a decent ...
      1. Col.
        Col. 19 November 2015 09: 41
        +5
        Quote: SSI
        Without the SNA (satellite navigation system), the error accumulates, and a decent ...


        Salute, colleague! About the accumulating error. My father at one time fell under the Khrushchev dispersal of aviators and for three years (1961 - 1963) flew as a navigator in the Polar Aviation. An-2, Li-2, Il-14. Then even science fiction writers did not write about satellite navigation. Of all the "bells and whistles" - ARC, GPK, sextant (!), IP and a thick "star" reference book. And that's it! So, even in the polar night, they found hunters' houses, meteorological stations, etc. covered with snow. That's where the skill was!
        1. FID
          FID 19 November 2015 09: 48
          +2
          Quote: Colonel
          three (1961 - 1963) flew as a navigator in the Polar Aviation.

          From 1962 to 1967, my father served on Cape Schmidt, and my mother worked as a doctor in the Polar Aviation ... The world is small!
          1. Col.
            Col. 19 November 2015 12: 09
            0
            Quote: SSI
            From 1962 to 1967, my father served on Cape Schmidt, and my mother worked as a doctor in the Polar Aviation ... The world is small!


            drinks My father flew all over the North, all airfields ... Perhaps they (our parents) met! Write in a personal details, I’ll tell my father, maybe he will remember, his memory is excellent. fellow
        2. veksha50
          veksha50 19 November 2015 09: 49
          +2
          Quote: Colonel
          That's where the skill was!


          These are the skills that our navigators and pilots need to return ... And it may turn out to be a very adequate response to the multi-billion dollar investments of Amers in super-cool aviation, which suddenly cannot fly without the help of satellites ...

          And the fact that satellite groups will be destroyed in the event of a large-scale war is an axiom ...
      2. Gregazov
        Gregazov 19 November 2015 11: 47
        0
        Quote: SSI
        Without the SNA (satellite navigation system), the error accumulates, and a decent ...

        But what about RSDN? Have they been demobilized?
        1. FID
          FID 19 November 2015 12: 02
          0
          Quote: GregAzov
          But what about RSDN? Have they been demobilized?

          They go separately ... BINS does not address them, the accuracy is not the same, a conflict may occur in accuracy and everything will hang ...
  3. shimus
    shimus 19 November 2015 08: 31
    +1
    Well, to the Chinese, maybe Russia will sell such a complex, but in the same form as the Caliber complex, in a very stripped-down version! The caliber was presented to foreigners as a medium range, up to 500 km, and Russia banged them 1500 km from the target!
    1. FID
      FID 19 November 2015 09: 31
      +3
      Quote: shimus
      Well, the Chinese, maybe Russia will sell such a complex

      KRET recommends to its enterprises to purchase ERE (electro-radio elements) from whom? That's right, among the Chinese ... Until their enterprises arrange the production of components in SUFFICIENT quantities ...
  4. Engineer
    Engineer 19 November 2015 08: 36
    +4
    Happy man, men!
  5. BOB044
    BOB044 19 November 2015 09: 01
    0
    Testing of the new strap-down inertial navigation system for carrier-based aviation is ongoing, reports TASS the general director of the Ramensky Instrument Design Bureau (RPKB, part of KRET) Daniil Brenerman.
    It's nice when something new is done to strengthen the military power of Russia. Enemies fear and us peace.
  6. Zomanus
    Zomanus 19 November 2015 11: 15
    0
    And there’s a little bit of electronic warheads there, well, quite a bit.))
    Joke.
    In general, it’s possible that the old system, but on new elements,
    which is also good.