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In the United States introduced a controlled firing point

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American developers at AUSA presented a new remote-controlled firing point CWS, reports Rossiyskaya Gazeta with reference to Defense News.


In the United States introduced a controlled firing point


This complex is designed to protect approaches to bases and other military facilities. The operator can control weapons, being from him at a distance of a kilometer.

“To deploy a firing point on the ground, two fighters need 30 minutes. CWS is capable of 360-degree shelling. For more accurate hit, the robot uses digital maps. The conduct of hostilities is possible in any conditions, since the firing point is equipped with both day and infrared surveillance cameras, ”the message says.

According to the resource, the combat robot has another technical feature: “the Firefly 360 system can be installed on it, which, using highly sensitive microphones and computing equipment, allows the shooter to accurately determine the location of the shooter and the type of weapon used”.

The system "issues the received information to the CWS computing complex, after which the robotized dot opens the return fire."

The robotic complex can be equipped with various types of weapons. “It is possible to automatically install M2 mortars of the 60 caliber of millimeters, Mk.19 grenade launchers of the 40 caliber of millimeters, six-barrel machine guns of the M134 Minigun of the 7,62 caliber of millimeter and anti-tank missile systems FGM-148 Javelin“, the syllabus of the millimeter and the anti-tank missile systems FGM-XNUMX Javelin ”, the hacker of the millimeter and the anti-tank missile systems FGM-XNUMX Javelin“, the syllabus of the millimeter and the anti-tank missile systems FGM-XNUMX Javelin “, the hacker of the millimeter and the anti-tank missile systems FGM-XNUMX Javelin“, the hacker of the millimeter and the anti-tank missile systems FGM-XNUMX Javelin “, the hack, and the anti-tank missile systems FGM-XNUMX Javelin“, the syllable MN.
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  1. Lieutenant Izhe
    Lieutenant Izhe 22 March 2016 13: 48
    +11
    not a bad idea! good
    1. FenH
      FenH 22 March 2016 13: 55
      -9
      Quote: Lieutenant Izhe
      not a bad idea! good

      And more reasonably than not bad? Or, for you, the main thing is made in USA?
      1. Pravdarm
        Pravdarm 22 March 2016 14: 02
        +11
        About the same has already been developed by the Kalashnikov concern! Maybe even cooler!
        RAE-2015: new combat module of Kalashnikov Concern
        http://www.arms-expo.ru/news/meropriyatiya/rae_2015_novyy_boevoy_modul_kontserna

        _kalashnikov_vpervye_primet_uchastie_v_demonstratsionnom_pokaze /
        1. bulvas
          bulvas 22 March 2016 14: 12
          +3
          Everything else was already there, but this is interesting:

          According to the resource, the combat robot has another technical feature: “the Firefly 360 system can be installed on it, which, using highly sensitive microphones and computing equipment, allows the shooter to accurately determine the location of the shooter and the type of weapon used”.

          The system "issues the received information to the CWS computing complex, after which the robotized dot opens the return fire."


          I immediately remembered the pilot Pirks Stanislova Lem, how he fought with a robot on the moon, tried to get ahead of him

          1. iliya87
            iliya87 22 March 2016 14: 21
            +9
            No matter how Gorbachev's proverb works, "We wanted the best, but it turned out as always" If in front of this "bunker" our own and opened fire, he does not automatically stick lead into the asshole?))))
            1. denssss
              denssss 23 March 2016 02: 34
              +1
              Chernomyrdin said it
            2. PKK
              PKK 25 March 2016 00: 38
              0
              I’m interested in how to approach such an aggregate if it closes, sticks, or else it breaks. It can tear down such a roof after the explosion of electromagnetic munition and it will start firing at everything that moves. Apparently this is another kind of feat, repair of a firing point.
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          3. Ramzaj99
            Ramzaj99 22 March 2016 16: 55
            +2
            Quote: bulvas
            Everything else was already there, but it’s interesting: According to the resource, the combat robot has one more technical feature: “The Firefly 360 system can be installed on it, which, using high-sensitivity microphones and computing equipment, allows you to accurately determine the location of the shooter using the sound of a shot as well as the type of weapon used. ”

            If I'm not mistaken, then this system is a civilian development, which is currently being implemented in major US cities. The meaning is, after firing, street surveillance cameras are automatically aimed at the place from which the shot was fired, and the built-in microphone determines the type of weapon, and the received data is instantly sent to the hot line. (At least in theory like that)))
            1. Lopatov
              Lopatov 22 March 2016 18: 54
              +2
              Quote: Ramzaj99
              which is currently being introduced in major US cities.

              Which has long been introduced, tested and migrates to the troops. Up to wearable systems.
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        3. Lopatov
          Lopatov 22 March 2016 21: 29
          +3
          So that there are no different "misunderstandings"

          The American system is such a thing that allows you to install almost any combat module within the platform's load capacity: (clickable)
      2. FenH
        FenH 22 March 2016 14: 16
        -2
        Quote: FenH
        Quote: Lieutenant Izhe
        not a bad idea! good

        And more reasonably than not bad? Or, for you, the main thing is made in USA?


        Oh yes, minus is an iron argument good threw a slogan and went a couple of pluses found laughing
        1. Inok10
          Inok10 22 March 2016 14: 37
          +11
          ... I don’t see anything super revolutionary in this module ... literally in January we discussed the Sevastopol module built on the same principles ...
          The designers of the Impuls-2 Scientific and Technical Center managed to develop a unique robotic combat module. The complex is able to practically independently: detect, track, generate data on the target.

          In this case, the operator may be at a distance up to 50 kilometers from the combat module. To learn how to work with the automated control system "Sentinel-M" even a child can do. A few hours of training are enough to hone the skill.

          One operator is capable of simultaneously controlling four robotic combat modules. And to call them toys the language does not turn. After all, each of them can be equipped with a 30 mm cannon with a declination angle of 12 to 60-80 degrees and a 7,62 caliber machine gun coaxial with it. In addition, the complex can carry anti-aircraft and anti-tank missile weapons. All this allows you to hit various types of targets: air speed and non-speed, land and sea. Not a single object can escape escort, because the speed of rotation of the gun around its axis is about 110 degrees per second.

          According to the chief designer, it took 3 years to create an innovative development. As a result, it was possible to reduce the dimensions and weight of the combat module to 1 ton. And this is taking into account the ammunition load of 300 shells for a 30 mm gun and three boxes of cartridges for a machine gun. Has undergone optimization and control module.

          From the side it looks like a computer game. On the touch screen, the operator selects a target by touch. And then the system itself will track the object, no matter how fast it moves, even in the dark and in bad weather conditions.

          This year, according to state defense orders, the Sevastopol enterprise is to supply 24 units of advanced combat modules. Experimental development has already been appreciated not only by the Russian military. Export contracts have already been signed with four foreign customers. Source: http://tvnk.ru/economy/1872-v-sevastopole-razrabotali-unikalnyy-robotizirovannyy
          -boevoy-modul.html
          ... hi
          1. sir_obs
            sir_obs 22 March 2016 15: 00
            +2
            I want this to the country
      3. Cripple cross
        Cripple cross 22 March 2016 14: 18
        +4
        Quote: FenH
        A more reasoned than not bad?

        In the article, everything is reasoned.
        Of course we are all patriots here, but if the idea is good, then it is good.
        There is a base. She has a mounted weapon. Base attack occurred. The system already knows the approximate square where to return fire. He knows about what type of weapon they attacked. The system is an order of magnitude survivable with an intense cross-shoot than conventional soldiers. And if such a system is put into service, then who prevents the system from being managed outside the base at all.
        Imagine. We built a base in the Arctic. And the people there do not scare the penguins. There is a powerful fortification with a body kit and monitors the order and absence of the enemy. You can call the Skynet system;)
        1. FenH
          FenH 22 March 2016 14: 21
          +3
          Quote: CrippleCross
          Quote: FenH
          A more reasoned than not bad?

          In the article, everything is reasoned.
          Of course we are all patriots here, but if the idea is good, then it is good.
          There is a base. She has a mounted weapon. Base attack occurred. The system already knows the approximate square where to return fire. He knows about what type of weapon they attacked. The system is an order of magnitude survivable with an intense cross-shoot than conventional soldiers. And if such a system is put into service, then who prevents the system from being managed outside the base at all.
          Imagine. We built a base in the Arctic. And the people there do not scare the penguins. There is a powerful fortification with a body kit and monitors the order and absence of the enemy. You can call the Skynet system;)


          seized control of the module and money down the drain, or even shooting in your direction, with your own weapon

          and a couple of columns with recording shots to launch, and he himself bypass on the other side bypass
          1. Cripple cross
            Cripple cross 22 March 2016 14: 32
            +4
            Quote: FenH
            seized control of the module and money down the drain, or even shooting in your direction, with your own weapon

            and a couple of columns with recording shots to launch, and he himself bypass on the other side bypass


            We can say about the interception - I took control of a rocket, a spaceship, a drone, a submarine, the country's energy system, etc., etc.
            Well, we two can fantasize endlessly, but the system has a very serious right to life and very good. useful.
            1. FenH
              FenH 22 March 2016 14: 41
              -2
              Quote: CrippleCross
              Quote: FenH
              seized control of the module and money down the drain, or even shooting in your direction, with your own weapon

              and a couple of columns with recording shots to launch, and he himself bypass on the other side bypass


              We can say about the interception - I took control of a rocket, a spaceship, a drone, a submarine, the country's energy system, etc., etc.
              Well, we two can fantasize endlessly, but the system has a very serious right to life and very good. useful.


              Interception is a fact that has already happened, so cable management is much more reliable
              1. Metlik
                Metlik 22 March 2016 16: 26
                0
                Quote: FenH
                Interception is a fact that has already happened, so cable management is much more reliable

                Most likely, the control is by cable, everything else is easier to detect and block.
          2. tomatokin
            tomatokin 22 March 2016 15: 06
            +4
            I gave you +. To take over control and deceive the system, in principle, a feasible task. I will say more, with a certain ingenuity, you can call the installation fire on your own. For example, launch a light UAV (several pieces) at the enemy's location, with some kind of "clapperboard" .. .Of course, they SHOULD have at your disposal ... And yet, HOW ??? during the battle (where the situation can change quickly) the system will distinguish "friends" from "enemies" ???
            1. FenH
              FenH 22 March 2016 15: 10
              0
              Quote: tomatokin
              I gave you +. To take over control and deceive the system, in principle, a feasible task. I will say more, with a certain ingenuity, you can call the installation fire on your own. For example, launch a light UAV (several pieces) at the enemy's location, with some kind of "clapperboard" .. .Of course, they SHOULD have at your disposal ... And yet, HOW ??? during the battle (where the situation can change quickly) the system will distinguish "friends" from "enemies" ???

              Instead of a plus, it turned out minus well, yes it happens hi
        2. Roman 57 rus
          Roman 57 rus 22 March 2016 19: 10
          +1
          I saw similar domestic systems at MAKS 2011, the trouble is that such systems are useless in a fully automatic mode, roughly speaking, in a couple of weeks the gypsies will simply turn them in for scrap, because any machine is still far from human intelligence.
          1. Lopatov
            Lopatov 22 March 2016 19: 22
            -2
            There are no such domestic ones.
      4. cap
        cap 22 March 2016 15: 22
        +2
        Quote: FenH
        Quote: Lieutenant Izhe
        not a bad idea! good

        And more reasonably than not bad? Or, for you, the main thing is made in USA?


        It’s bad when I didn’t try anything sweeter than radish.

        In 1979, an autonomous firing point on the ZKP fell into a ruble coin thrown through a conductive shield from caliber 7.62.
        I don’t know how it worked now. It is even surprising that they write about it only in 2016, as about something new hi
        ZKP - reserve command post (Strategic Missile Forces)
        1. FenH
          FenH 22 March 2016 15: 58
          +1
          Quote: cap
          Quote: FenH
          Quote: Lieutenant Izhe
          not a bad idea! good

          And more reasonably than not bad? Or, for you, the main thing is made in USA?


          It’s bad when I didn’t try anything sweeter than radish.

          In 1979, an autonomous firing point on the ZKP fell into a ruble coin thrown through a conductive shield from caliber 7.62.
          I don’t know how it worked now. It is even surprising that they write about it only in 2016, as about something new hi
          ZKP - reserve command post (Strategic Missile Forces)


          The question was to open a comment, otherwise a couple of lines will be struck-like a slogan into the bushes. This is not a discussion, but garbage. hi And the fact that this system has been used for a long time, I am on the verge of having introduced a couple of devices and give out as know-how
      5. Ratmir_Ryazan
        Ratmir_Ryazan 22 March 2016 20: 23
        0
        The fact that this firing point can be set a kilometer from the garrison and repel an enemy attack without losing a single living fighter ...
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 22 March 2016 21: 21
          0
          This particular "container" firing point is designed exclusively for integration into the perimeter of FOB-forward operational bases.
        2. PKK
          PKK 25 March 2016 00: 51
          0
          I’ll bring in a couple of kopecks. If such a point is discovered in a timely manner, it will be smashed out of an anti-tank rifle, heavy machine gun, RPG7, or they will put 120 or artillery on it. They can shoot it from a drone. A very vulnerable unit.
    2. VP
      VP 22 March 2016 14: 02
      +3
      What's the point? Put it somewhere in the open field where there are no troops or what?
      You just won’t leave it - it certainly has a severe cost.
      What is the tactic of its application?
      1. FenH
        FenH 22 March 2016 14: 04
        +3
        Quote: VP
        What's the point? Put it somewhere in the open field where there are no troops or what?
        You just won’t leave it - it certainly has a severe cost.
        What is the tactic of its application?

        Object security, stationary
        1. VP
          VP 22 March 2016 14: 05
          +2
          Guard facility mortars ??
          Well, there’s something in it, of course ...
          1. FenH
            FenH 22 March 2016 14: 09
            +1
            Quote: VP
            Guard facility mortars ??
            Well, there’s something in it, of course ...


            I liked it myself about mortars. Moreover, the automatic mortar found only one - "VASILYOK" laughing
      2. corporal
        corporal 22 March 2016 14: 09
        +2
        Quote: VP
        What is the tactic of its application?

        Well it is written:This complex was created to protect approaches to bases and other military facilities.
        Instead of guard towers, there are guard complexes. And now, not the soldier will toil from idleness in the guard, but the operator in the trailer at the base. laughing
      3. Poppy
        Poppy 22 March 2016 14: 55
        +1
        and who twitches the shutter if the cartridge is stuck?
    3. gergi
      gergi 22 March 2016 14: 58
      0
      Again against the partisans with Kalash. Will it pull against EW? Great doubt. Interception of control, or chaos in electronic brains, as a result is simply an expensive piece of iron. Saw the loot again.
    4. Scoun
      Scoun 22 March 2016 16: 07
      +2
      Quote: Lieutenant Izhe
      not a bad idea! good

      This idea is already 15 years old, they planned to install programmable installations around the perimeter of the "bases", which, without the participation of the operator, would open fire on objects that were not included in the database as "skip", now they just returned to ensuring that the decision remained for operator. Perhaps the only drawback is the provision of energy and replenishment of ammunition at a distance of more than this km + if the terrain with difficult terrain and ...
  2. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 22 March 2016 13: 50
    +1
    For the revision of the funds provided, so that later the Congress does not shake?
  3. FenH
    FenH 22 March 2016 13: 51
    +2
    Interestingly, radio control or cable? The cable is more reliable, but it would be interesting to look at those cranks that pull a coil with a kilometer cable back and forth
    1. PKK
      PKK 22 March 2016 13: 59
      -1
      Will a kilometer wire suit you? Or more from a pturs.
      1. FenH
        FenH 22 March 2016 14: 18
        -1
        Quote: PKK
        Will a kilometer wire suit you? Or more from a pturs.

        Stationary piece, cable is more reliable
        1. PSih2097
          PSih2097 22 March 2016 14: 57
          0
          Quote: FenH
          Stationary piece, cable is more reliable

          fiber is even more interesting.
          1. FenH
            FenH 22 March 2016 15: 09
            0
            Quote: PSih2097
            Quote: FenH
            Stationary piece, cable is more reliable

            fiber is even more interesting.

            Depends on the degree of protection, but speed-agree
  4. Imperialkolorad
    Imperialkolorad 22 March 2016 13: 51
    +4
    Defeat your own with this very smart system can also be attributed to friendly fire. Or will they come up with another legal troubles?
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    2. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 22 March 2016 14: 09
      -1
      You can trust management to the computer. Suppose he set the task of shooting blacks. So he shoots, but does not touch the whites. Or equip his own with some kind of markers.
  5. Sergey-8848
    Sergey-8848 22 March 2016 13: 52
    +2
    The idea may be initially good, but to rely on technology in everything, be it even three times smarter than the usual "GI", is not entirely true. And to hope that the Firefly 360 (Firefly) system will notice everyone and then sweep it away is generally naive.
  6. Symarokov897
    Symarokov897 22 March 2016 13: 52
    0
    Yes, the Americans do not like to fight in close combat ..... they would have everything from a distance ... from a kilometer ...
    1. chikenous59
      chikenous59 22 March 2016 14: 00
      +3
      Quote: Symarokov897
      Yes, the Americans do not like to fight in close combat ..... they would have everything from a distance ... from a kilometer ...

      Why is this bad?
      1. Symarokov897
        Symarokov897 22 March 2016 14: 13
        +2
        I'm not talking about the device .... I'm talking about the spirit of American soldiers ....
        1. chikenous59
          chikenous59 22 March 2016 14: 21
          0
          Quote: Symarokov897
          I'm not talking about the device .... I'm talking about the spirit of American soldiers ....

          I, since I am not a masochist, would also prefer a battle at a distance, rather than hand-to-hand fighting or shooting at a distance of several meters.
          No need to explain why?
          1. Symarokov897
            Symarokov897 22 March 2016 14: 26
            0
            The Russian army is famous for being not afraid to face the enemy ....
            1. chikenous59
              chikenous59 22 March 2016 14: 31
              +2
              Quote: Symarokov897
              The Russian army is famous for being not afraid to face the enemy ....

              Apparently we are talking about different things.
              You tell me about courage, which I do not deny, and I cling to your words that Americans don't like to fight in close combat- no one loves and tries to avoid this.
              But if you have to, then this is a separate conversation ...
              1. Symarokov897
                Symarokov897 22 March 2016 14: 42
                -4
                "they don't like to fight in close combat, no one likes it and tries to avoid it" - But what about the hussar bravado ..... to be at the forefront of the attack .... so that danger would cool the blood ...
                1. Dangerous
                  Dangerous 22 March 2016 15: 26
                  0
                  do you think the whole army needs to be re-equipped with swords and spears ?? Dispose of missiles, tanks in general. In addition to sapper blades
                  1. Symarokov897
                    Symarokov897 22 March 2016 15: 46
                    +1
                    Not in any case ... missiles should not be afraid to launch .... tank crews should not be afraid of tank combat .... pilots should not be afraid of air combat ... scouts should not be afraid to destroy guided firing points .... engineering troops should not be afraid to work with a shovel ...
            2. Alexey RA
              Alexey RA 22 March 2016 14: 44
              +2
              Quote: Symarokov897
              The Russian army is famous for being not afraid to face the enemy ....

              Again spirit above iron. Straight France-1914. smile

              You know, there was one thing in WWII army not afraid to face the enemy... It lost to the "cowardly and soulless" Yankees, putting hundreds of its soldiers in banzai attacks on machine guns (perhaps a classic example is the first battles of the Ikki and Kawaguchi units on Guadalcanal).
              Moreover, the entire strategy of the war of these "lovers of fighting spirit" was built precisely on the "effeminacy" of the Yankees: it was believed that the Yankees loved technology because they were cowards and their morale was low. It is worth inflicting a number of relatively large defeats on them - and the pampered Yankees will immediately raise their paws and ask for peace. Situation "Yankees wipe off and continue the fight"was not considered - which led to the well-known result.

              Do not underestimate the United States.
      2. dvina71
        dvina71 22 March 2016 14: 23
        +1
        Quote: chikenous59
        Why is this bad?

        Explore the fights at Monte Cassino at your leisure .. it will become clear.
        1. chikenous59
          chikenous59 22 March 2016 14: 28
          0
          Quote: dvina71
          Quote: chikenous59
          Why is this bad?

          Explore the fights at Monte Cassino at your leisure .. it will become clear.

          You apparently didn’t catch the essence of our dialogue. There is a key phrase "Do not like"

          Does a normal person want to break into melee?
          I perfectly understand that all these sophisticated installations are not a panacea, but the desire to protect oneself, in this situation, to distance oneself from the enemy, it is quite logical.
    2. x.andvlad
      x.andvlad 22 March 2016 14: 10
      0
      Yes, and that everything would be automatic! Beauty! The operator can only sip beer and shoot videos for the Internet. This is American.
      But what will the same operator do if the control communications for this thing "shut down"?
      In general, the idea is not bad for organizing the protection of any "perimeters", but not for military operations.
      1. Hon
        Hon 22 March 2016 20: 41
        -1
        He will take an assault rifle and fight like all the soldiers. ISIS didn’t have to be bombed, but essentially nothing to answer them. It was necessary to distribute the three-ruler and the bayonet, so it will turn out more heroically, and most importantly, it’s scary that the equipment will fail
    3. tomatokin
      tomatokin 22 March 2016 15: 23
      -3
      They do not "pull" ... They have HEROES only in the movies ... Rimbs, captains of America, all sorts of supemen ... But in life, it's dumb ... fellow
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 22 March 2016 18: 48
        0
        Yes?
        But what about those two commandos who went down to the crashed helicopter in Mogadishu, knowing that they were likely to die?
        1. tomatokin
          tomatokin 23 March 2016 19: 05
          0
          Are you talking about a movie? Then of course ... You were there and saw it with your own eyes? So in the movie "Rage", one hit (blown up by a mine) Sherman with a crew, stopped a battalion of ss (!!!). Are you serious, Believe it ??? I'm not about heroism, but about reality ... I did not write about "individual heroic personalities." I wrote that they are not in the "mass".
  7. bolgove
    bolgove 22 March 2016 13: 53
    +1
    Don’t gloat, convenient contraption. Closer to the scenarios of films about the apocalypse and autonomous robots that all lyuley yours))
  8. paxil
    paxil 22 March 2016 13: 54
    +1
    Well, not a robot, an ordinary radio-controlled module. And I’ll show off how many Yeshkin a cat.
    1. sisa29
      sisa29 22 March 2016 14: 31
      0
      No need to confuse remotely controlled with radio-controlled.
  9. FID
    FID 22 March 2016 13: 56
    +4
    The Americans in their repertoire ... UAVs fly, an automatic firing point shoots ... And crazy Max controls everything ...
    1. FenH
      FenH 22 March 2016 13: 58
      0
      Quote: SSI
      The Americans in their repertoire ... UAVs fly, an automatic firing point shoots ... And crazy Max controls everything ...

      UAVs plant, I think this miracle has its own tricky thing hi
    2. Hon
      Hon 22 March 2016 20: 44
      0
      Only Russia, too, is now accepting drones, the difference is that they have such equipment for a long time, and we have a new one.
      Recently, it was about the war between Britain and Argentina, and many were surprised that Argentinean soldiers already had safety glasses
  10. Mister22408
    Mister22408 22 March 2016 13: 57
    +3
    Throw interference at the control frequency, and crawl after the Javelin and the machine gun. This device is against the Indians with bows.
    1. Vik66
      Vik66 22 March 2016 14: 05
      0
      Well, then do not crawl, but with a drill and a song wink
      A set of keys with you, unscrew from the tripod and fire!
      1. Pavel Tsybai
        Pavel Tsybai 22 March 2016 14: 17
        +1
        One shot and for cover, while ento miracle beats on the sound of the second from the other side and with a grenade launcher that was left to be taken apart.
    2. Hon
      Hon 22 March 2016 20: 45
      0
      And can Armata be disabled by such a device?
  11. sir_obs
    sir_obs 22 March 2016 13: 58
    +2
    And why is there something innovative? Weren't there remotely-controlled weapons before?
    1. FenH
      FenH 22 March 2016 13: 59
      0
      Quote: sir_obs
      And why is there something innovative? Weren't there remotely-controlled weapons before?

      It was, the control radius was increased. On diapers, they save hi
  12. PKK
    PKK 22 March 2016 13: 58
    0
    Each marines has one firing point. All other fools. They don’t notice how this point is set. The coordinates of the points are not known, although it’s harder to cover it than the fighter, the point is more tenacious. It’s only heavy. I think the answer will not take long.
  13. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 22 March 2016 14: 04
    0
    We have electronic warfare systems for all this. He won’t be able to accumulate. He’ll go for protection.
  14. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 22 March 2016 14: 09
    +1
    Oh, to take control of such a point! And I imagine a guarded base in which the control of these installations is intercepted by saboteurs. Nobody will leave alive from there. No need to break into the perimeter, drag explosives on yourself - only intercept control. You send a tiny robotic girl the size of a mouse-vole, he finds a cable, reconnects it through himself - and an amba. It is clear that codes, protocols, etc. are needed. - Well, what are hackers for?
  15. zadorin1974
    zadorin1974 22 March 2016 14: 12
    +6
    It’s a ride against the Papuans, but I feel the price tag is sky-high. And the seriously prepared opponent’s money is wasted. On the radio control, it means you can take control or block it. Another small question, it says that the complex is installed by two fighters in half an hour. Is it so easy or two fighters + a team of builders with a crane requestOf course, you can't install our "Gorchak" together, but somehow everything will be more impressive.
    1. VP
      VP 22 March 2016 14: 33
      0
      Quote: zadorin1974
      Against the Papuans ride

      The Papuans will unscrew her in details, just turn away from her.
      1. Professor
        Professor 22 March 2016 16: 26
        +4
        Quote: VP
        The Papuans will unscrew her in details, just turn away from her.

        If alive they can approach her.

        1. Dan4eG
          Dan4eG 22 March 2016 19: 00
          0
          powerful stuff! my tsevet took her where!
  16. Cananecat
    Cananecat 22 March 2016 16: 20
    +1
    I understand that until there are more advanced electronic brains, even such things will be controlled by the operator, which means the human factor will take place. Wait and see. Battle robots are also not just put into service. Although such installations themselves complicate the life of sabotage and reconnaissance units quite a lot.
  17. skeptic
    skeptic 22 March 2016 16: 30
    +1
    The enemy is also preparing for us, after 30 years of crap, still plowing and plowing ...
    In the meantime, bragging prevails.
    Moreover, people in general do not understand chatter in military affairs.
    "Gorchaks" are naive ...
  18. Lexa-149
    Lexa-149 22 March 2016 19: 24
    +2
    “The Firefly 360 system can be installed on it, which with the help of highly sensitive microphones and computing equipment allows you to determine the location of the shooter with high accuracy by the sound of a shot, as well as the type of weapon used”

    The Americans probably forgot that the speed of sound is lower than the speed of a projectile or a bullet of a heavy machine gun (sniper rifle). Moreover, radio control is suppressed without problems.

    -Why when you throw a grenade, you first see the explosion, and then hear it?
    -Because the ears are farther from the gap than the eyes!
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 22 March 2016 20: 04
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      Quote: Lexa-149
      The Americans probably forgot that the speed of sound is lower than the speed of the projectile or the bullet of a heavy machine gun (sniper rifle)

      Ours too
  19. fzr1000
    fzr1000 22 March 2016 22: 58
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    Quote: CrippleCross

    Imagine. We built a base in the Arctic. And the people there do not scare the penguins. There is a powerful fortification with a body kit and monitors the order and absence of the enemy. You can call the Skynet system;)

    Penguins live in Antarctica.