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A hydroacoustic system is being developed in the Russian Federation to protect the Arctic

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At the enterprises of the Russian military-industrial complex, a hydroacoustic system is being developed for the protection of territorial waters in the Arctic, which can detect foreign ships and submarines hundreds of kilometers away, reports RIA News message of the newspaper "Izvestia".



“Currently, a new system project is being developed. The works should be completed next year, and after the approval of the Ministry of Defense, its deployment will begin, ”a military source told the newspaper.

Due to the secrecy of the information, the interlocutor declined to give a more accurate timeframe for the system and the place where it will be installed. However, he noted that the deployed system will be able to cover the area of ​​hundreds of kilometers.

The newspaper reports that “the leading developer is the corporation of special-purpose space systems Kometa, which recently became part of the Almaz-Antey aerospace defense concern. Along with her, several dozen defense companies are working on the project. ”

“The task is quite complicated. It is necessary to create three contours: sea, space and land. The sea one is hydroacoustic buoys and underwater sensors that take the situation off and transmit the received data to the satellites of the space circuit. The ground contour is a management system that will already analyze the incoming information and give it to users, ”said the source.
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  1. AID.S
    AID.S 20 July 2016 08: 45
    +5
    Do you have technological opportunities?
    1. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr 20 July 2016 09: 14
      +1
      Very well. Americans have been using this for a long time.
      1. Batia
        Batia 20 July 2016 09: 17
        +4
        They use it, only the division of our submarines from Severomorsk pro .... yawned.
        1. arane
          arane 20 July 2016 09: 39
          -1
          Yes, only that was 30 years ago .....
          For hundreds of kilometers to discover the square ....
          Nude nude .......
          1. cniza
            cniza 20 July 2016 09: 44
            +6
            Quote: AID.S
            Do you have technological opportunities?



            Quote: oleg-gr
            Very well. Americans have been using this for a long time.


            We get three in one and with the latest technology.
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          3. DMB_95
            DMB_95 20 July 2016 10: 21
            0
            Given the vast extent of the Russian Arctic and its insufficient security, this (or a similar) system must be and constantly be improved. The Arctic may become "hot" in the near future.
        2. Amurets
          Amurets 20 July 2016 09: 41
          +1
          Quote: Batia
          They use it, only the division of our submarines from Severomorsk pro .... yawned.

          They missed a lot of things. Even the latest acoustic antenna, which K-324 wrapped itself on a screw.
          1. arane
            arane 20 July 2016 09: 49
            +4
            Quote: Amurets
            Quote: Batia
            They use it, only the division of our submarines from Severomorsk pro .... yawned.

            They missed a lot of things. Even the latest acoustic antenna, which K-324 wrapped itself on a screw.

            Yeah, they’re all stupid ....
            And they also raised K129 with 5 kilometers ...
            By the way, the commander of 324 was removed for the loss of stealth on BS ...
            1. ver_
              ver_ 21 July 2016 12: 21
              0
              We only know what we can or need to know ...
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  2. Teberii
    Teberii 20 July 2016 08: 48
    +1
    The task is especially difficult, as concerns submarines, with surface-mounted simpler ones.
  3. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 20 July 2016 08: 54
    0
    in conjunction with satellites perhaps ... the idea is very good - control of underwater space, air and ground plus it will all flock to a single processing center .... keep it up !!! The Arctic direction in ten years will be very relevant ....
  4. Same lech
    Same lech 20 July 2016 08: 58
    +1
    Due to the secrecy of the information, the interlocutor declined to give a more accurate timeframe for the system and the place where it will be installed. However, he noted that the deployed system will be able to cover the area of ​​hundreds of kilometers.


    I wonder why this information is poured into the media ... hehe heh so-called sources ???

    If the development is secret, why before the time of readiness to blow about it.
  5. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 20 July 2016 08: 58
    +2
    It all depends on the density of the network of sonar buoys and their autonomy (lifetime and batteries). The system is expensive to install and maintain. But necessary. The Arctic direction is the most unprotected.
    1. kapitan92
      kapitan92 20 July 2016 10: 52
      +3
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      The Arctic direction is the most unprotected.

      Can you tell us about "protected destinations"? fellow
  6. darksoul
    darksoul 20 July 2016 09: 00
    0
    just like in the movie sea battle ... when they were guided by the grid of buoys ....
  7. kepmor
    kepmor 20 July 2016 09: 13
    +1
    The Americans in the 70s covered the entire North Atlantic and the floor of the Pacific Ocean with their SOSUS system. We tracked our submarines and SSBNs ... though the efficiency was low, and the service was extremely expensive.
    Maybe our people will come up with something more perfect, wait and see, God forbid!
  8. Batia
    Batia 20 July 2016 09: 19
    +1
    You can guess for a long time and to no avail. For if in the open press they talked about this, then it is already at the completion stage. And the development most likely began a decade ago.
  9. xtur
    xtur 20 July 2016 09: 37
    0
    A "comet" like a radar was engaged in some kind of devices for detecting submarines from aircraft - and then sonar. Darken something
  10. cheburator
    cheburator 20 July 2016 10: 10
    0
    God forbid that everything that is conceived comes true! soldier
  11. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 20 July 2016 10: 55
    0
    Quote: The same Lech
    ........... I wonder why this information is poured into the media ... hehe heh so-called sources ???

    If the development is secret, why before the time of readiness to blow about it.

    A counter question, why do you quote with repetition? Now the article will be removed, and your comment will remain, well, all that is in it too ...
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 20 July 2016 11: 42
      0
      A counter question, why do you quote with repetition? Now the article will be removed, and your comment will remain, well, all that is in it too ...


      smile At VO recently there was an article about the excessive curiosity of members of the forum where it is not necessary ...
      then suddenly someone puts information on the latest military development ...
      somehow it’s not logical, everything turns out.
      And I wanted to learn more for educational program on what physical principles this sonar system is built, what are its real possibilities ...
      it is clear that this is impossible.
      1. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 20 July 2016 15: 17
        +3
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        on what physical principles does this sonar system work, what are its real possibilities ..
        Naturally, this is classified information. But one can speculate and suppose.
        So, the system will most likely solve the problem of detecting SSGNs and submarines, hunting for the KON of the Northern Sea Route, and preparing to strike KRBD strikes on the administrative and industrial centers of Siberia. Naturally, such a system will be echeloned in terms of range and protected objects. The first line - RGABs on ice with reference stations (of the "North Pole 1258" type) for 6-8 autonomous buoys with a power supply unit. They will transmit the situation by radio link. The main (standby) mode is passive. The same elements of the system will carry out the calibration of the equipment. Ports and river estuaries will be equipped with hydrophones with live broadcast of the situation to the g / a data center. The satellites will broadcast data from the RGAB and monitor the surface situation, direct the PLO (aviation) forces to the submarines that surfaced among the ice, or issue a control command for the BRAV.
        So far, there is no need to talk about maneuvering forces of anti-aircraft missile systems in the Arctic, but, presumably, such will soon appear. Most likely ice-class corvettes with a helicopter on board and a set of underwater robots.
        1. arane
          arane 20 July 2016 15: 36
          -1
          Alexander! As usual, there’s nothing to add!
        2. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 20 July 2016 18: 14
          0
          Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
          Naturally, this is classified information. But one can speculate and suppose.

          nice to read, finally, a person who has an idea of ​​the topic, unsubscribed ..., and then one "flood" on the site. Sasha, good health! hi
  12. berezin1987
    berezin1987 20 July 2016 13: 01
    -1
    An analogue of the American SOSUS system is needed as air to identify American submarine hunters for our missile carriers. Our SSBNs should leave the base and dissolve in the ocean for 3 months. The system will detect enemy submarines and drive them away from the object of surveillance. American submarines with ICBMs are on duty mainly in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, and ours - in the Arctic.
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  14. ver_
    ver_ 21 July 2016 12: 15
    -1
    Quote: AID.S
    Do you have technological opportunities?

    I suppose it's just time to inform the "comrades", as with hypersound at the Dombarovsky training ground .., so unobtrusively ..