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In Israel, presented a tanker's helmet, allowing to see "through the armor"

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The Israeli company Elbit System yesterday demonstrated the latest development in the field of helmet-mounted equipment, the resource reports IsraelInfo.



“Advanced IronVision system allows commanders and drivers of armored vehicles, including all types tanks and BMP, get the full picture of what is happening behind the armored walls. IronVision gives the crew of a combat vehicle a 360-degree panoramic view in real time without having to lean out of the hatch and endanger your life, ”the article says.

It is reported that “the operation of the device is based on the system and sensors used in aviation helmets, in the creation of which "Elbit" is the world leader, and on the new technology developed by Israelis STA (See Through Armor) ”.

“A circular color and without a minimum delay, a high-resolution image enters the display, located in front of the military’s eyes, which allows him, sitting in a tank, to see the surroundings day and night and quickly make decisions,” writes the resource.

It is noted that "the system is able to track various specified targets - from a person standing a few meters away to vehicles at a distance of 300 m."

According to the publication, the resulting picture "can be transferred to the screen of a tactical computer, and the crew commander is able to make tactical and operational decisions."

In addition, “with a helmet you can look weapon armored vehicles ", stated in the publication.

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  1. CORNET
    CORNET 9 June 2016 11: 53
    0
    I would be so ....! My completely defective
    1. tiredwithall
      tiredwithall 9 June 2016 11: 55
      +3
      Quote: CORNET
      I would be so ....! My completely defective

      and to all of us.
    2. Dimontius
      Dimontius 9 June 2016 11: 55
      +12
      I'm shy to ask, why do you need it? Is it not for girls to spy? lol
      1. tiredwithall
        tiredwithall 9 June 2016 11: 56
        +9
        Why, a good thought.
        1. AID.S
          AID.S 9 June 2016 12: 51
          +13
          Quote: Dimontius
          whether to spy on girls

          I drove so, unnoticed, in the women's bath, on the tank ...
          1. Yuri from Volgograd
            Yuri from Volgograd 9 June 2016 22: 08
            +1
            I can imagine how to deal with such. You take a brick, hide behind your back, go up to the tank and sharply throw it at the place where the tankman sits. He instinctively jerks back in his gadget helmet and knocks on a teapot (tight in the tank, a concussion is inevitable). The procedure must be repeated several times as necessary. After 2 - 3, the shaking crew was decommissioned.
            Well, for serious Israelis, of course, well done. It is also necessary to pile such)
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    3. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 9 June 2016 12: 01
      +3
      Get a complete picture of what is happening behind the armored walls.

      To test such on collection vehicles as a means of observation, or how much they are being attacked and the security will perish.
      1. CORNET
        CORNET 9 June 2016 12: 07
        +12
        The Arabs are lucky to have such high technologies for them ... Israel "does not knit brooms .."
      2. ramzes1776
        ramzes1776 9 June 2016 12: 53
        +4
        You look soon a drone controlled by a crew with a built-in helmet will display a crew-controlled drone. By the way, such quadrocopters are already on sale.
      3. inkass_98
        inkass_98 9 June 2016 13: 48
        +3
        This is a question for the management of credit institutions. "Sberbank" came up with the idea to equip cars with all-round cameras with an image display on the screen in front of the driver and the security guard. For the most part, greed and savings on employees are all around. The slot is not needed here at all, and it is very expensive.
        But in fact, attacks on 90% take place outside the vehicle, so the helmet will not help here, you must follow the instructions. Although when fired from a machine gun, no instruction saves, be at least three times attentive and disciplined.
    4. Pavel1
      Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 04
      +2
      and what are the physical principles for the transmission of radiation "through the armor"? no other x-ray shinelaughing just an apple on a plate from a fairy tale for Jewish drove, most likely the journalist did not understand that this is just a system of circular cameras around what is there? armored personnel carrier or tank, all that, but we are misled.
      1. CORNET
        CORNET 9 June 2016 12: 16
        +1
        Quote: Paul1
        and what are the physical principles for the transmission of radiation "through the armor"? no other x-ray shinelaughing just an apple on a plate from a fairy tale for Jewish drove, most likely the journalist did not understand that this is just a system of circular cameras around what is there? armored personnel carrier or tank, all that, but we are misled.

        They were always inventors .... Well done! Poor Arabs ....
        1. Pavel1
          Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 21
          0
          Quote: CORNET
          They were always inventors .... Well done! Poor Arabs ....


          this is the so-called "millennial culture" of the biblical people.
        2. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 00
          -2
          In these especially "gifted" I always had a question: how are they, wrapped in black in the hot sun, heatstroke will not be enough? In Central Asia, of course, in dressing gowns, but how seriously to work, oh well, work with your feet - they immediately throw off the excess. Unless on horseback, if only they remain in a robe. After all, you will really go crazy with heat and sweat.
          1. Bramb
            Bramb 9 June 2016 13: 06
            -4
            Quote: abrakadabre
            In these especially "gifted" I always had a question: how are they, wrapped in black in the hot sun, heatstroke will not be enough? In Central Asia, of course, in dressing gowns, but how seriously to work, oh well, work with your feet - they immediately throw off the excess. Unless on horseback, if only they remain in a robe. After all, you will really go crazy with heat and sweat.

            So they stink for a few meters! Not like homeless people, but standing next to it is impossible. Dirty in life, stink from them ... Fu! ((
            1. abrakadabre
              abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 20
              0
              Is the Torah forbidding you to keep yourself clean? There seems to be very strict rules for the Levites in this regard. Otherwise, a direct insult to Jehovah.
          2. am808s
            am808s 9 June 2016 13: 12
            +5
            But they do not work. not tossing bags to dance. And bright thoughts come to them in the cool of night come.
            1. abrakadabre
              abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 21
              +1
              not tossing bags to dance.
              It depends on how you dance. There are professional dancers of all kinds of tap dance shows or Irish dances of several kilograms losing weight in one concert. Dancing in the heat - sweating too much and very hot. In youth, it was even hot to dance in a cool disco for a long time. At least squeeze. And if you also pack up in the 40-degree heat ...
              belay
            2. Skifotavr
              Skifotavr 9 June 2016 13: 53
              +4
              Quote: am808s
              But they do not work. not tossing bags to dance. And bright thoughts come to them in the cool of night come.

              Honestly, it's time for us to get off the stove and start working. And not to live according to the principle "my house is on the edge" and say: we don't want to study, we don't want to work, but we want to live like "liberals".
        3. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 9 June 2016 13: 29
          +13
          Isn't it clear that "through" is a figurative expression. winked
          Around the tank are video cameras, the data from which is processed by a computer
          and transmitted to the helmet in the form of a cartoon panorama.
          1. Homo
            Homo 9 June 2016 17: 12
            -2
            Quote: voyaka uh
            Isn't it clear that "through" is a figurative expression.

            The author would not hurt to clarify - "through his armor". What then is innovative in this? Just outside cameras. And the helmet - saw the dough! hi
            1. atalef
              atalef 9 June 2016 18: 14
              +3
              Quote: Homo
              . And then what is innovative about this? Just an external review camera.

              Well, for a moment, tie all the pictures into a single one, tied to turning the head and maintaining the sharpness of the picture.
              Quote: Homo
              A helmet - cut dough!

              envy is a deadly sin
            2. Operator
              Operator 9 June 2016 21: 26
              -1
              Definitely a cut - no set of motionless cameras of circular view and a synthesized picture like in an augmented reality helmet.
          2. Black Colonel
            Black Colonel 9 June 2016 17: 53
            0
            Yes, people apparently are not burdened with intelligence, that’s a blizzard.
        4. Ze Kot
          Ze Kot 11 June 2016 10: 49
          0
          Is this some kind of sect? smile
      2. just exp
        just exp 9 June 2016 12: 17
        +2
        and in the article they write about cameras
        It is reported that "the operation of the device is based on the system and sensors used in aviation helmets, in the creation of which Elbit is the world leader, and on the new technology developed by Israelis STA (See Through Armor)."
        1. Pavel1
          Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 25
          -7
          Quote: just explo
          and in the article they write about cameras


          and what's that? "...through"?
          1. anEkeName
            anEkeName 9 June 2016 12: 40
            +11
            and what's that? "...through"?

            The phrase "through the armor" is taken in quotation marks, therefore "through the armor" is in a figurative sense.
            1. Pavel1
              Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 43
              -7
              Quote: anEkeName
              The phrase "through the armor" is in quotation marks.


              Well, Jewish humor, you don’t understand right away.
              1. just exp
                just exp 9 June 2016 12: 49
                +1
                states also write about their helmet for pilots. they say as if he sees through the skin.
                and I don’t see anything humorous or wrong here.
                1. Pavel1
                  Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 52
                  -8
                  Quote: just explo
                  and I don’t see anything humorous or wrong here.


                  Well, from the Jewish-American point of view, yes, of course. And if I also let a drone with a camera on top, we can say that I see from a tank from the sky like a military archangel.
                  1. just exp
                    just exp 9 June 2016 13: 44
                    +2
                    why not ?
                2. abrakadabre
                  abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 30
                  0
                  Yeah, thought in the tank, reached out to pick a flower sitting in the tower, and then a shot and a rollback of the breech. Second and ... became a one-armed tanker ...
                  wassat
                3. atalef
                  atalef 9 June 2016 14: 10
                  +5
                  Quote: just EXPL
                  states also write about their helmet for pilots. they say as if he sees through the skin.
                  and I don’t see anything humorous or wrong here.

                  Helmet on f-35 - also Israeli development
      3. atalef
        atalef 9 June 2016 14: 08
        +1
        Quote: Paul1
        And what are the physical principles for the transmission of radiation "through the armor"? not otherwise, the x-ray shines directly on the bull's-eye on a plate from a fairy tale for Jewish drivers, most likely the journalist did not understand that this is just a system of circular cameras around what is there? btra or tank, just that, but we are misled

        Sensors and cameras (external) display the image on the helmet.
      4. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel 9 June 2016 17: 51
        0
        Actually, the sensors are outside. Shine through to no one.
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    6. siberalt
      siberalt 9 June 2016 12: 10
      +2
      So maybe it’s right to say that tanks are not afraid of dirt. Then what about outdoor video sensors?
      1. Pavel1
        Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 13
        -5
        Quote: siberalt
        So maybe it’s right to say that tanks are not afraid of dirt. Then what about outdoor video sensors?


        Well, how, how they got into shit, you climb out and wipe with a cloth or you can call a cleaner, it will be the same.
        1. Dulat
          Dulat 9 June 2016 12: 20
          +1
          Wipers and lens washer
          1. Pavel1
            Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 22
            -1
            Quote: Dulat
            Wipers and lens washer


            Well, and even the wipers through the armor and washer for each eye, there will be no armor, but a sieve.
          2. abrakadabre
            abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 01
            +4
            Which will need to be covered with additional armor from destruction ...
      2. Cat man null
        Cat man null 9 June 2016 12: 23
        +1
        Quote: siberalt
        So maybe it’s right to say that mud tanks are not afraid

        - correctly. Only if you find dirt in Israel and around (I suggest that you need dirt water) - They will give you a state award laughing

        Quote: siberalt
        Then what about outdoor video sensors?

        - Yes, what about them? what
        - the constructor is there - they are all without exception ... idiots, right? wink
        1. Pavel1
          Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 28
          -1
          Quote: Cat Man Null
          correctly. Only if you find dirt in Israel and around (I suggest that you need water for dirt) - will you be given a state award laughing


          those. Is there no dirt in Israel? sterile? Well then, without washers.
          1. Cat man null
            Cat man null 9 June 2016 12: 59
            +1
            Quote: Paul1
            those. Is there no dirt in Israel?

            - which is wet, that rarity. Hot there and not enough water request

            Quote: Paul1
            sterile?

            - Of course not. There is plenty of dust yes

            Quote: Paul1
            then it is possible without washers

            - I would put something like blowing with compressed air. IMHO should be enough
    7. Finches
      Finches 9 June 2016 12: 30
      +1
      I wonder how reliably this system will work under dense fire ...?
    8. Chatlanen
      Chatlanen 9 June 2016 12: 39
      0
      In the video, the dude even washed his face ... shame straight))
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  2. tiredwithall
    tiredwithall 9 June 2016 11: 54
    +1
    Good thing. And how are we doing in this direction?
    1. Lt. Air Force stock
      Lt. Air Force stock 9 June 2016 12: 03
      +3
      Quote: tiredwithall
      Good thing. And how are we doing in this direction?

      On the armature there are surveillance cameras around the perimeter, you only need a helmet.
    2. dvina71
      dvina71 9 June 2016 12: 05
      +2
      Quote: tiredwithall
      Good thing. And how are we doing in this direction?

      There are in aviation.

      6.06 is just about him.
      1. Pavel1
        Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 11
        -7
        Quote: dvina71
        There are in aviation.


        and why should we not ours?
        1. Chatlanen
          Chatlanen 9 June 2016 12: 54
          +3
          Quote: Paul1
          and why should we not ours?

          We already have this for a long time - the re-scope is called reliable, cheap, reliable ...))
    3. Shuttle
      Shuttle 9 June 2016 12: 22
      0
      Quote: tiredwithall
      Good thing. And how are we doing in this direction?

      In the right one. In the direction of the teletanks.
      Iron Vision is a good thing. And for pilots, and for helicopter pilots, and for tankers.
      For tankers, the factor of monitoring the environment from the very beginning of the tanks was the Achilles heel. Iron Vision is the dream of any crew member, because it reduces the need to protrude, substitute for the damaging factors of the enemy’s weapons.
      But even better than homogeneous, heterogeneous, active, dynamic and God knows what other armor and protection the tank crew will protect ... a telecontrol bunker. Imagine that the tank commander, the driver, the gunner-operator are not behind the consoles in the tank on the battlefield, but behind the consoles at the control point in a deeply echeloned defense. Like drone operators.
      Actually, Armata is a transitional tank, a step on the way to real crewless teletanks. And our advantage in the means of electronic warfare (and, as a result, in military communication systems) is most welcome. Because the teletank’s real channels of communication with operators will become a real defense and weapon.
      So the idea of ​​Iron Vision is useful, although not new, but still it does not draw on a revolutionary invention in itself.
  3. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 9 June 2016 11: 55
    -1
    Good helmet, especially if with a view of 2000 meters.
  4. roskot
    roskot 9 June 2016 11: 57
    0
    In addition, “using a helmet, you can also look with your eyes at pointing weapons at an armored vehicle,” the publication states.

    And also live to watch the news ...
    1. Professor
      Professor 9 June 2016 12: 24
      +14
      Quote: roskot
      And also live to watch the news ...

      ... and leave comments on VO. wink

      The IronVision system, developed by Elbit specialists, allows you to solve one of the main problems that crews of tanks and armored personnel carriers face - a limited field of view. Until now, the only solution to this problem was to open the hatch - and expose yourself to the fire of snipers or hand-held anti-tank grenade launchers.

      The company decided to check whether the helmets used by military pilots could be adapted to the needs of the ground forces. The result of the project was the helmet, which gave commanders and driver-mechanics the opportunity to look at the battlefield "through armor" - as if the tank had become transparent. The visor is also a display that provides an accurate picture of what is happening in real time.

      On this display, "friends" are already marked in blue, and "aliens" - in red. Elbit prefers not to talk about how this is done, but they assure that the development can significantly reduce losses from both friendly fire and among the civilian population. It is noteworthy that the development is suitable both for armored vehicles of NATO countries, and for armies using Russian weapons.

      Eran Golan, who is in charge of the project, notes that the visor can also receive information from external sources, such as an unmanned aerial vehicle. “Our market is the whole world. Until now, tankers and crews of armored personnel carriers could not see what was happening“ under their noses. ”And at night, despite all the instruments, they had to guess more,” he says. The NEWSru.co.il correspondent was assured that the system works at any time of the day, in all weather conditions and in spite of the folds of the terrain. It is capable of recognizing even individual people and allows the first to detect the enemy, the first to shoot and the first to destroy the target. At the same time, the price of a helmet, which significantly increases the effectiveness of armored vehicles, is only a few tens of thousands of dollars - one hundredth of the cost of a modern tank.

      We asked Eran if Israel is ready for the fact that in a future war it will have to confront this development. "We are just developing. If the enemy appears, we wish him luck. We know that there are other similar developments, but, as far as we know, they cannot compete with ours," Golan assured us. Note that, according to representatives of the company, the developments are reliably protected from the means of electronic warfare of a potential enemy.

      Elbit presented the development of a "transparent" tank
  5. Monos
    Monos 9 June 2016 11: 59
    +6
    Curly-haired, of course, but who will let him go on 300?
    1. x.andvlad
      x.andvlad 9 June 2016 12: 21
      +3
      In some village or on rough terrain it may be closer.

      In addition, “with the help of a helmet, you can look at the weapon of an armored vehicle with a glance”
      If there really is such an opportunity, then it can be very effective. It all depends on the physical reaction of the tanker himself.
      To be honest, in childhood fantasies I often imagined such a weapon that you could look at, but here everything was embodied. Progress, however ...
      I would like our people to work in this direction.
      1. Verdun
        Verdun 9 June 2016 12: 40
        +2
        Quote: x.andvlad
        It all depends on the physical reaction of the tanker himself.

        Do not forget that the tank tower weighs slightly more than the head of the tanker. Ultimately, everything will depend on its speed of movement and the speed of movement of the guns in the tower.
        1. x.andvlad
          x.andvlad 9 June 2016 13: 34
          0
          But the mechanisms that set it in motion are more powerful than the muscles of the neck.
          And yet, ultimately it all depends on who controls this tower, naturally, given all the corrections for technical capabilities and limitations.
          1. Verdun
            Verdun 9 June 2016 14: 10
            +1
            Quote: x.andvlad
            But the mechanisms that set it in motion are more powerful than the muscles of the neck.

            No matter how powerful the mechanisms, the inertia of the multi-ton tank turret is much higher than the inertia of the head. Even people of different weights and sizes move differently.
        2. Cat man null
          Cat man null 9 June 2016 14: 40
          +2
          Quote: Verdun
          Do not forget that the tank tower weighs slightly more than the head of the tanker. Ultimately, everything will depend on its speed of movement and the speed of movement of the guns in the tower

          Let's with the numbers already:

          - at T-90 the horizontal speed of the tower is not less than 40 deg / s
          - that is, the sector controls 80 degrees in front of itself with a reaction time of 1 second, 160 degrees - 2 seconds, respectively

          That is, the problem that you are talking about so much here, it’s as if not a problem at all request

          PS: but what is the "speed of movement of the gun in the tower" - I somehow did not even understand ... the gun in the tower does not move, it is rigidly fixed there fellow
          1. Verdun
            Verdun 9 June 2016 14: 53
            +1
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            : but what is "the speed of movement of the gun in the tower" - I somehow did not even understand ...

            The gun in the tower moves along the declination angle
            160 degrees - 2 seconds, respectively
            .For example, I turn my head from the far left to the far right position - I did not measure, but probably about 180 degrees, in 0,2 - 0,3 seconds. This I measured during training. Is there a difference with a tower, do you think? And the eyes move even faster. Therefore, to argue that when aiming at a target everything will depend on the reaction of the gunner is somewhat reckless.
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 9 June 2016 18: 18
              0
              Quote: Verdun
              The gun in the tower moves along the declination angle

              - that is, up and down. I am aware of this, "I saw it myself" wink
              - everything is much simpler there. The gun is balanced relative to the axis of attachment, that is, the breech balance the barrel
              - so when the stabilizer is working (and it definitely works in battle), you can forget about problems with vertical aiming

              About "horizontal":

              - the tank should not control the sector of 180 degrees. It will be too much
              - and if the sector is 40 - 50 degrees, then the "reaction time" of the T-90 tower is less than a second

              Quote: Verdun
              .For example, I turn my head from the far left to the far right - I did not measure, but probably about 180 degrees, in 0,2 - 0,3 seconds

              They understand that you (and the commander with the gunner) turn your head faster than a tank tower. But this is fearless, here is a slightly different sequence .. um .. events:

              - the commander (or gunner) turns his head (as fast as he wants) and searches for the target
              - the tower at the same time stands still (!)
              - the commander (or gunner) finds the target and gives a command to defeat it ... okay, to find it with a sight
              - here the tower of turn-a-aaachaetsya, and ...

              Something like that.

              Quote: Verdun
              Therefore, to argue that when aiming at a target everything will depend on the reaction of the gunner is somewhat reckless

              Well, why ... conditions of the problem:

              - the reaction time of the tank to the gunner’s command is the same for all platoon tanks
              - gunner of tank No. 1 - Siberian, hunter, keen as a falcon and frisky like a doe
              - gunner of tank number 3 - toormoz .. well, understand wink

              Questions:

              - which tank cannon find the target faster? It is clear that the first
              - what does it depend on? Solely from the reaction of the gunner laughing

              Voooot yes
        3. ohtandur
          ohtandur 9 June 2016 17: 20
          0
          or it may be enough to twist a remotely mounted machine-gun module. The main tool for large purposes, and they do not appear so quickly from the gateway. This is true in buildings and cities.
  6. Petr1
    Petr1 9 June 2016 12: 01
    0
    Look around at the same time at 360 without delay
    :)
  7. Verdun
    Verdun 9 June 2016 12: 01
    +3
    In Israel, presented a tanker's helmet, allowing to see "through the armor"
    Perfect electronics is, of course, great. However, he had a conversation with a man who served precisely in the armored forces of Israel. And he noted that the problem is that all the tricky electronic and optical systems usually become unusable the first time a projectile hits a tank. Even if the car remains intact, you have to fight already in the old fashioned way.
    And also live to watch the news ...
    I involuntarily remembered how, in the days of the USSR, signalmen listened to the Voice of America on their equipment))
  8. iouris
    iouris 9 June 2016 12: 01
    0
    The idea of ​​a glass tank lay on the surface. Since the helmet-mounted target designator appeared on the MiG-29, it should have worked in this direction.
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  10. Petr1
    Petr1 9 June 2016 12: 06
    0
    And look at the flying rockets grenades :)
  11. engineer74
    engineer74 9 June 2016 12: 14
    +1
    There is a suspicion that such a system is on the "Armata" - it has too many optics, radar, etc., and too few monitors in the armored capsule ...
    IMHO
  12. Evgen2x
    Evgen2x 9 June 2016 12: 17
    -1
    Well, yes, the idea is very good, but 300 meters? And this is a vehicle, and a man a few meters! What kind of permission is this?
    1. Alexez
      Alexez 9 June 2016 12: 33
      +1
      Low-resolution panoramic cameras are most likely deprived of the possibility of optical zoom - that's 300 meters therefore.
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    2. Oleg7700
      Oleg7700 9 June 2016 13: 56
      +2
      Gentlemen! Isn't there a clear relief "to the horizon" in the above video? The Hebrew-speaking "Maariv" contains the most detailed information so far: - "... the resolution of the system is 4K, that is," plasma. "There is no word about" 300 meters "in the original sources ...
  13. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 9 June 2016 12: 20
    +3
    Fuck you, damn it! I read it, only folded my thoughts, was about to write, and then in the comments my head was blown away. And tanks of glass and x-rays and ....
    And the casket just opens: there are several cameras outside, the information is processed and a multi-angle picture is sent to the helmet, and then we glance over the picture with our eyes. In short, nothing fantastic, but only transferring the tried and tested technologies to the tank, which Israeli developers can be congratulated on.
  14. abrakadabre
    abrakadabre 9 June 2016 12: 21
    +1
    Of course, the thing is useful. But not a panacea.
    Pros are visible immediately.
    Of the minuses or a spill to work on:
    1. How much visibility will remain in high dust conditions? Even in the commercial itself, behind every model of moving technology there are clouds of dust. In the conditions of battle, the entire external surface of the armored vehicles is covered with a dense layer of dust and dirt. Camera lenses including.
    2. Very high load on the crew’s eyesight. When a bright moving picture is translucently superimposed on a dull (and on a bright) picture of the insides of an armored car, a colorful and constantly changing mess is obtained. But inside the same tank (unlike a fighter) you need to move actively - all sorts of levers, device buttons, crew neighbors ... There is something to hit about or where you accidentally pinch your hand. The same gunner next to the breech of the gun and loader or AZ. This flaw is also visible in the advertisement itself.
    1. Pavel1
      Pavel1 9 June 2016 12: 36
      0
      Quote: abrakadabre
      How much visibility will remain in high dust conditions?


      military triplexes are also the size of two boxes of matches, but somehow drove the drove out of position.
      1. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 05
        +1
        That is yes. But triplexes give mostly a frontal picture. And with the same movement of the tank, all the dust in the rear hemisphere swirls. And he catches up with the tank only at an abrupt stop.
        1. Pavel1
          Pavel1 9 June 2016 13: 15
          0
          Quote: abrakadabre
          all dust in the back hemisphere swirls


          Have you ever walked in a column? there is dust everywhere, so the mechanic drove almost by the smell sneaking.
          1. abrakadabre
            abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 25
            +1
            No, I didn’t go on the armor and under the armor. Main telegraph operator, operator of equipment ZAS
            smile
            I just did not take such a case.
            On the other hand, for the 60-ton Merkava ... a half-blind drove is the problem of those around him. Well, if not your own infantry
            wassat
            In general, I agree that such a development is very useful. It’s just that she still has the disadvantages that I indicated, with which I must fight.
  15. Bayonet
    Bayonet 9 June 2016 12: 32
    +6
    By the way, how much shouting was about transferring a tank from the museum to Israel! Taki handed over and received a similar replacement, as well as sincere thanks. That's good, isn't it? hi
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 9 June 2016 19: 38
      +1
      Quote: Bayonet
      By the way, how much shouting was about transferring a tank from the museum to Israel! Taki handed over and received a similar replacement, as well as sincere thanks. That's good, isn't it? hi

      Which, in fact, was expected yes
  16. fa2998
    fa2998 9 June 2016 12: 33
    0
    Quote: Paul1
    and what are the physical principles for the transmission of radiation "through the armor"? no other x-ray shine

    I think that with a driver’s head turned on, the camera (which can also be IR) responsible for this sector automatically turns on. And the helmet-mounted system displays a picture. The more cameras the better. You can use cameras that are rotated, the sensor monitors where the head is turned there and the camera. Alas you don’t look at the girls, you need to put a camera on them! laughing yes
  17. Alexez
    Alexez 9 June 2016 12: 35
    0
    And how much does this system cost with a helmet? It will not work, so BMP, coupled with the BC, will be cheaper than this toy ...
    1. Professor
      Professor 9 June 2016 12: 40
      +4
      Quote: Alexez
      And how much does this system cost with a helmet? It will not work, so BMP, coupled with the BC, will be cheaper than this toy ...

      At the same time, the price of a helmet that significantly increases the effectiveness of armored vehicles is only tens of thousands of dollars - one hundredth of the cost of a modern tank.
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 9 June 2016 14: 49
        -2
        How does this helmet work?
        1. cherina
          cherina 9 June 2016 21: 51
          +1
          lol
          Quote: Vadim237
          How does this helmet work?

          He has a on-off button on the right
      2. viktorR
        viktorR 9 June 2016 21: 09
        0
        Prof, and tell me what additional equipment should be put in a car? Is there a big computer and many cameras? It is unlikely that the computer processing the image is built into the helmet.
        1. Operator
          Operator 9 June 2016 21: 34
          -1
          In the commercial, it is clearly visible that the helmet is connected to a single camera on the tank. The only innovation is that the sensors in the fighting compartment automatically detect the rotation of the tanker's head and deploy a single camera in the same direction.

          An aviation computer-based image synthesis system from many cameras costs more than a million bucks - for a tank worth ten million it bites, but is acceptable only for the F-35 and F-22 at the price of 350 and 410 million bucks, respectively.

          So the Israeli developer has to pompously advertise all kinds of surrogates for tanks.
          1. viktorR
            viktorR 9 June 2016 21: 47
            0
            Well, why surrogates, such an option, as for me, is not bad. Easier cheaper, and most importantly eliminates the mistakes of "gluing" the panorama (here it is debatable), the presence of a specialized, rather powerful, computer for processing and creating a picture.
            But there is one "but". With this option, only one crew member will be able to see through the armor. Whereas in the second version, the image can be formed from a common stack for several people.
            1. Bayonet
              Bayonet 10 June 2016 06: 53
              0
              Quote: viktorR
              With this option, only one crew member will be able to see through the armor.

              Here the commander will "turn his head", let the rest go about their business! soldier
        2. Professor
          Professor 10 June 2016 14: 09
          +1
          Quote: viktorR
          Prof, and tell me what additional equipment should be put in a car? Is there a big computer and many cameras? It is unlikely that the computer processing the image is built into the helmet.

          1. "Miracle" helmets are intended for drivers and commanders - roughly: two per car.
          2. On a turntable on a similar system uses 12 cameras.
          3. I don’t know what kind of computer it is. Take a trip to Paris from June 13-17 to ask for an exhibition. wink
  18. Havoc
    Havoc 9 June 2016 12: 35
    +2
    Seeing through the armor, well, this is most likely a publicity stunt. The information goes through external cameras combining the image into one picture. The principle is similar to simulators, flight, automobile, the image does not go to the screens around you, but to the visor of the helmet. A similar system will probably be in the T-14.
    The colleague above wrote how the electronics behave in real combat and what will happen to this system, if this tank collides with an enemy who has strong electronic warfare systems.
    1. yushch
      yushch 9 June 2016 13: 03
      0
      Quote: Havoc
      Seeing through the armor, well, this is most likely a publicity stunt. The information goes through external cameras combining the image into one picture. The principle is similar to simulators, flight, automobile, the image does not go to the screens around you, but to the visor of the helmet. A similar system will probably be in the T-14.
      The colleague above wrote how the electronics behave in real combat and what will happen to this system, if this tank collides with an enemy who has strong electronic warfare systems.


      I’ll add on my own, we don’t know how electronics will behave in a real battle when a tank collides with a disc that will not break through the armor, but specifically the whole tank will shake.
  19. bad
    bad 9 June 2016 12: 40
    0
    that is, if a tanker arrives at the tank, then the tanker will have time to examine it (the tanker) before death .. laughing and if without laughter then these helmets are needed not only by the mechanic, but by the whole crew .. although apparently this system of sensors and cameras throughout the tank is already a trend in modern tank building .. and probably after a couple of years tanks and other armor are already without such systems will seem antediluvian and outdated .. winked
  20. Bramb
    Bramb 9 June 2016 12: 45
    -3
    "Through the armor" is a publicity stunt, nothing more.
    Or there should be an X-ray machine on the helmet.))
    Obviously, we are talking about a system of sensors on the armor of a tank that transmits information inward and reacts to head rotation and / or pupil movement.
    Or did someone think that the desire to save themselves from a bullet, but constantly irradiating with radiation - will the Jews do this?)))
    1. NEXUS
      NEXUS 9 June 2016 14: 04
      +1
      Quote: Bramb
      "Through the armor" is a publicity stunt, nothing more.
      Or there should be an X-ray machine on the helmet.))

      Here the question pops up, which was also observed with the helmet on the F-35, namely the tanker's getting used to such visibility ...
  21. black
    black 9 June 2016 12: 53
    0
    Beautiful toy. A bit of burning and soot, dust and dirt, a couple of arrivals on board. And we start to shoot the old fashioned way. By triplexes.
    1. Professor
      Professor 9 June 2016 13: 06
      +11
      Quote: black
      Beautiful toy. A bit of burning and soot, dust and dirt, a couple of arrivals on board. And we start to shoot the old fashioned way. By triplexes.

      Triplexes, of course, are free from such disadvantages as exposure to burning and soot, dust and dirt, a couple of arrivals on board. wink By the way, the Armata tank, which has no taxes in the world, is also equipped with video cameras. In it, even the gunner "looks at the world" exclusively through the camera. What about "a little bit of burning and soot, dust and dirt, a couple of arrivals on board"?
      1. engineer74
        engineer74 9 June 2016 13: 30
        0
        In addition to video cameras, fiber optics still exist (this is about a gunner in Armata) wink
        In general, it's fun - when the viewing slits were changed to triplexes, was there the same dispute in the "Internet" too? Practice will show everything, God forbid, of course ...
        1. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 9 June 2016 13: 36
          +1
          Practice will show everything, God forbid, of course ...
          Correct - God forbid combat practice. At the tank and training exercises - as many as you want.
  22. Oskar1965
    Oskar1965 9 June 2016 13: 27
    -6
    I have never believed the Israelis and I am not going to. Well, about their "all-seeing" helmet, there is one article here. "Russian experts are currently finalizing their own" jammer "- the" Alabuga "complex. It is a missile with a warhead from a high-frequency electromagnetic field generator of high power. present "is blown up at an altitude of 200-300 meters and turns off electronic equipment within a radius of 3,5 kilometers. As a result, enemy units remain without communication, control and guidance. An enemy who is accustomed to computers, satellite navigators and electronic sights can be taken with bare hands."
    More details: http://www.vm.ru/news/2014/12/24/russkaya-raketa-alabuga-viklyuchaet-lyuboj-tele
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    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 9 June 2016 14: 18
      +8
      "I never believed the Israelis and I am not going to believe." ////

      This happens. There was even such a saint (or apostle?) - Thomas is an unbeliever. smile
    2. cherina
      cherina 9 June 2016 15: 29
      +4
      Quote: Oskar1965
      I have never believed the Israelis and I am not going to. Well, about their "all-seeing" helmet, there is one article here. "Russian experts are currently finalizing their own" jammer "- the" Alabuga "complex. It is a missile with a warhead from a high-frequency electromagnetic field generator of high power. present "is blown up at an altitude of 200-300 meters and turns off electronic equipment within a radius of 3,5 kilometers. As a result, enemy units remain without communication, control and guidance. An enemy who is accustomed to computers, satellite navigators and electronic sights can be taken with bare hands."
      More details: http://www.vm.ru/news/2014/12/24/russkaya-raketa-alabuga-viklyuchaet-lyuboj-tele



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  23. fa2998
    fa2998 9 June 2016 13: 41
    +1
    Quote: engineer74
    - when the viewing slits were changed to triplexes, was there the same dispute in the "Internet" too?

    When the triplexes were invented, not only there was no "Internet", but also a TV! Only radio was there. laughing hi
  24. Tim
    Tim 9 June 2016 14: 10
    +1
    This thing is very interesting, it is understandable to operate in dry desert conditions, and how it will work at low temperatures, high humidity, in winter conditions, in mountainous, wooded areas. soldier
    1. engineer74
      engineer74 9 June 2016 14: 33
      +4
      So the tank strike of the Israeli Army Group in the direction of the Arctic Ocean is not yet expected? Well already easier! smile
      "Transparent casing" on the F-35 looks more like a cheap PR, and on armored vehicles, a circular synthesized multispectral view with superimposed tactical situation and intelligence is already becoming a necessity!
      IMHO
  25. Yegorchik
    Yegorchik 9 June 2016 15: 37
    +1
    Quote: Cat Man Null
    Hot there and not enough water

    It is hot and there is little water because they killed the sea and it is now "dead", and they killed the sea because they are evil, and evil because it is hot and there is little water, a vicious circle. request
  26. Nirvanko
    Nirvanko 9 June 2016 16: 22
    0
    Quote: ramzes1776
    You look soon a drone controlled by a crew with a built-in helmet will display a crew-controlled drone. By the way, such quadrocopters are already on sale.


    It’s easier to connect armored vehicles to a single information system, then video from drones will be available on request. A single drone can provide an entire tank company with intelligence.
    1. Kaiten
      Kaiten 11 June 2016 19: 44
      0
      Quote: Nirvanko
      It’s easier to connect armored vehicles to a single information system, then video from drones will be available on request. A single drone can provide an entire tank company with intelligence.

      already
  27. Bramb
    Bramb 9 June 2016 20: 18
    -4
    No, well, what will the local Jewry say?
    Screwed up again on his constant lies?
    Judah - you are stupid! And no matter how much you shout through your purchased media that you are supposedly smart, you are intellectually extremely limited in comparison with Russians! You Judah, you are stupid !!!
  28. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 10 June 2016 11: 48
    0
    We need to bring this to mind first on fighters, the second stage of the Mi-28 and Ka-52, the third stage, probably "Armata". Our helmet is already there. simpler, of course. The resolution is smaller, but there is. The question of working off, seriality.
  29. Dyagilev
    Dyagilev 10 June 2016 13: 12
    0
    It remains to develop a drone with a 360 ° view and connect to such a helmet. But, then, why the heck in a tank such a helmet with the commander? Well, these are already completely different technologies and ours should go along this path.