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Russian developers at the international exhibition Milipol-2015 presented a deep mine detector and a unique radar that "shines through" thick walls from a long distance

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From 2016 onwards, the latest mine detectors, capable of detecting ammunition and explosive devices, built up (remaining from the time of the fighting) at a great depth, will start to be delivered to the troops on a regular basis. The latest mine detectors are called "Axis". Vladimir Tkach, Director General of the UTTA Protection Group, interviewed by journalists, provides information about them. RIA News:


To date, we have three units adopted for the supply of the Russian army for engineering intelligence. This is a device called the "Axis" - a deep metal detector based on the magnetic metric principle. Axis can detect unexploded aviation a bomb at a depth of 6-7 meters, and a shell of 130 mm - at a distance of 2,3-3 meters of depth.


Russian developers at the international exhibition Milipol-2015 presented a deep mine detector and a unique radar that "shines through" thick walls from a long distance


The total volume of mine detectors ordered by the Ministry of Defense on the 2016 year from the manufacturer presented is about 400 units.

Vladimir Tkach reports that many components of the newest mine detector were made outside of Russia, but, according to him, “UTTA” is working to reduce dependence on the supply of technological imports. He told about this during the exhibition of security systems Milipol-2015, which opened in Paris.

At the same exhibition, the Russian manufacturer Logic Geotech presented a unique radar that can “see through” walls as thick as 60 cm, detecting people behind them. One of the modifications of this radar is able to “see” a person behind the wall from a distance to 20. Specialists, as reported by Rossiyskaya Gazeta, http://www.rg.ru/, are currently developing a special system that will allow detecting the living human by his breath under any rubble. The submission states that testing of such a system should begin at the EMERCOM testing ground in Noginsk.
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  1. sever.56
    sever.56 19 November 2015 17: 04
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    It will be great if they make a system for detecting people under the rubble of breath. After all, time goes on for minutes when it comes to saving lives. Shoveling tons of rubble, letting the dogs search (although they are clever), precious time is wasted. And with such a device, if it is brought to mind and it justifies itself, it will take much less time to search and save the victims.
    In general, I admire how many bright heads we have in literally any field of science and skilled hands in the production of unique products.
    1. Baikonur
      Baikonur 19 November 2015 17: 05
      +5
      Recently, it has become more and more visible, our eternal, unique status of great inventors is growing stronger!
      Go Kulibiny! drinks
      1. kil 31
        kil 31 19 November 2015 17: 10
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        Quote: Baikonur
        Right recently, our status of great inventors is growing ever stronger!
        That is yes. It remains to achieve the status of great component manufacturers.
        1. Alexander_
          Alexander_ 19 November 2015 18: 12
          0
          The simpler the product, the more difficult it is for us to do.
      2. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 19 November 2015 17: 10
        +5
        Quote: Baikonur
        stronger

        This is 5. laughing
        1. vorobey
          vorobey 19 November 2015 17: 30
          +5
          Quote: Vladimirets
          Quote: Baikonur
          stronger

          This is 5. laughing


          with a plus ... wink Jeka hi
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 19 November 2015 17: 34
            0
            Quote: vorobey
            with a plus ...

            Even with two. smile Great, Sanya.
        2. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 20 November 2015 10: 01
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          and a shell of 130 mm - on distance 2,3-3 meters depths
          No worse
      3. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov 19 November 2015 17: 12
        +2
        Quote: Baikonur
        Recently, it has become more and more visible, our eternal, unique status of great inventors is growing stronger!
        Go Kulibiny! drinks

        Well so such a life begins ... Invent, if we want to survive .. hi
      4. guzik007
        guzik007 19 November 2015 18: 04
        +1
        Well, they snapped at the "BAIKONUR" in chorus, you haven't read the pearls from the "GIANT OF THOUGHT" yet.
        By the way, a tramp disappeared somewhere while I was sitting in a trench.
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    2. 79807420129
      79807420129 19 November 2015 17: 09
      +8
      The matter is very necessary and good, such equipment is simply not necessary, but again imported components, where there is import substitution.
      1. katalonec2014
        katalonec2014 19 November 2015 17: 33
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        The middle son works in the company just on this topic, mostly imported, the price tag is horse, ours are the cheapest, but the possibilities are not a fountain. There are also underwater, 60 meters diving. The diver himself is inveterate, so he could not resist asking; what kind of take it, at such a depth it is cold, dark, and it is advisable to dive already on the mixture, or at least on the "Nitex". Okay, wherever in the Caribbean, even galleons were drowning there, but we have it in Primorye.
    3. vorobey
      vorobey 19 November 2015 17: 29
      +2
      Quote: sever.56
      a system for detecting people under the rubble of breath


      the dog is more reliable it reacts to adrenaline even in small quantities and breathing if pressed or injured can be stolen .. I think so ..
    4. cosmos111
      cosmos111 19 November 2015 17: 33
      +1
      Russian developers at the international exhibition Milipol-2015 presented a deep mine detector and a unique radar that "shines through" thick walls from a long distance


      Finally!!!

      in general, GEORADAR, to search for mines and IEDs, was tested in combat .. during the 2 Chechen .....
      From February to April 2001, the OKO-M1 AB400 georadar passed military tests in one of the units in the area of ​​responsibility of the Group of Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in the North Caucasus region. The device was tested in a combat situation as part of intelligence agencies allocated by special forces units in order to reveal hiding places, undermines, buried ammunition, mines and weapons ... testing, signed by the then Acting Chief of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation M.A. Pankov on April 17, 2001, it is stated that "the kit has shown high reliability when working in the field ...

      Russian development in 2005, "Oko" georadar. Tikhomirov Research and Development Institute.
      Weight is about 10 kilograms. The "Eye" allows you to look underground, starting from the surface and to a depth of thirty meters. It can scan walls, the bottom hidden by the water column, containers with cargo and so on.
      Georadar OKO-2 - search kit-67.000 rub (was) ...


      The search kit is designed as an integrated system and is designed to solve the following problems:
      expeditious search of freights for detection of extraneous (contraband) investments
      cache discovery
      detection of caches, people in shelters
      detection of explosive devices, including in plastic cases and unpacked
      detection of integrity violations, waterlogging zones, decompaction, cracks and other defects in dams, roadbed
      1. fan_
        fan_ 20 November 2015 10: 25
        +1
        OKO-2 costs 300.000 rubles in the field of the very minimum configuration. http://www.rusgeocom.ru/logis-georadary-oko-2. and for the mattress flag next to my nickname always.
  2. Vladimir
    Vladimir 19 November 2015 17: 09
    +2
    Respect and respect for developers, a thing necessary and in demand in peacetime and in war.
  3. Dyagilev
    Dyagilev 19 November 2015 17: 12
    +5
    If limited by license - good. If not, the end to the mounds. And with simple rummaged all bastards.
  4. AUL
    AUL 19 November 2015 17: 15
    +4
    These mine detectors should be sent to the construction site of the Crimean bridge. And then the construction is greatly inhibited, in particular, due to the large number of explosive finds from the time of the Second World War.
    1. SibSlavRus
      SibSlavRus 19 November 2015 17: 46
      +1
      At the UN to establish supplies. This will be a very good advertisement for products and additional advantages in rating the strength and effectiveness of Russian weapons.

      By clearing the zones of existing and past hostilities, in addition to the contingent provided by the countries for the UN forces and special humanitarian operations, the UN even hires PMC contractors.
      I think that many people know what a "mine war" is as an endless type of military operations (especially participants in hostilities and peacekeepers).
      For example, from my personal Bosnian experience in the mid-1990s, I can quote the words of a peacekeeper, a "mine and explosives specialist" of one of the airborne divisions, with which he outlined the situation in the region at that time, in short: to clear the mines ONLY ACCOUNTED during the civil war in the former Yugoslavia) will take about 700 years, and this is taking into account the fact that Bosnia is only in third place in mine risk after Angola and Afghanistan.

      Now, the intensity of regional armed conflicts and civil wars, with the use of mine weapons, IEDs and ammunition stockpiles, is off the charts, not to mention the constant terrorist danger.

      Let the whole world know that Russians not only know how to fight better and more efficiently than all, but we have no equal in humanitarian, peacekeeping missions.
  5. gladysheff2010
    gladysheff2010 19 November 2015 17: 36
    +2
    Quote: Baikonur
    stronger is our eternal, unique status as great

    Strongly said! Deep status depth lol .
    1. guzik007
      guzik007 19 November 2015 17: 44
      +2
      Quote: Baikonur

      stronger is our eternal, unique status led
      -------------------------------------------------- ----
      At a time when our satellites plow the vast expanses of space, our unique status is enhanced more strongly :)
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  6. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 19 November 2015 17: 39
    +1
    The main thing is that black diggers do not get it ..
    1. katalonec2014
      katalonec2014 19 November 2015 17: 55
      0
      Believe me, they are just the first customers in stores, though they also take prospectors from the mines, the police, etc.
  7. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 19 November 2015 18: 34
    0
    a very necessary thing- after wow so much death in the earth still lies
  8. iouris
    iouris 19 November 2015 18: 35
    0
    On the tank and combine it with cruise control.
  9. sailor roman
    sailor roman 19 November 2015 19: 49
    +1
    We would need such means in Sevastopol today, as it were, useful, because a rare week is without detection and elimination of aerial bombs, mines, and shells left over from the Second World War.
    1. Paranoid50
      Paranoid50 19 November 2015 23: 11
      +3
      Quote: sailor Roman
      We would have such means in Sevastopol today, oh, how useful,

      Greetings to the Hero City Sevastopol from the Hero City of Leningrad! We have the same parsley in St. Petersburg. Yes, literally today in Sestroretsk (a suburb-resort) one of the "black diggers" found such a "cucumber" and decided ... to saw it off !!! Result - both hands were torn off and the abdomen was rotated. But he survived. And so about once a week I meet in the area a car "MINING". The pine glade, where I live, is now a dormitory area of ​​St. Petersburg, and in 1941-44 there were fascists here, and the battles were fierce, so that the ground is still "ringing", and there is enough in the Gulf.
  10. afrikanez
    afrikanez 20 November 2015 02: 42
    0
    a system that allows you to detect a living person by his breath under any blockages
    For the Ministry of Emergencies, just an irreplaceable thing! good