The use of Unmanned systems improves the combat effectiveness of future forces. Robotic capabilities will allow the engagement of army forces earlier and at a greater distance and make it possible to conduct combat operations in the most unpredictable conditions, reducing personnel losses.Units that use robotic systems significantly gain in time and space, achieving tactical, operational and, most importantly, strategic advantage over the enemy in battle.
Unmanned ground vehicles increase the operational capabilities and safety of the team. UGVs can follow specific units on the battlefield and carry specially equipped equipment and separate military equipment.Technical characteristics prefer tactics due to the relatively low silhouette, quiet mode of movement and mobility. A team in the field that uses robotic platforms can perform operations at a distance, which increases the group's survivability.
The Sabre enhances the side's defences and combat capabilities mounted on moving equipment or around the perimeter of a base or base. The operation of the remotely controlled Saber module does not depend on weather conditions and the environment or operating hours. One of the most significant advantages of the RWS Saber is installing different types of weapons for various tasks due to the universal mounting system.
The situational awareness system facilitates combat operations at the tactical level: from soldiers in the field to the battalion headquarters and brigade.Enemy territory, difficult terrain conditions, and enemy countermeasures limit the military's ability to see and fight at the battalion level and below. The Outpost System program will help to raise awareness of the situation.
5 km - control radius of UGVs in the line of sight and without a repeater. With a repeater - up to 10 km.2.5 km - the range for ground and air targets.500 м - the range for ground and air targets.
CR - Control room (mobile) with a remote antenna to control unmanned vehicles.
Observers conduct observations and use the tablet to add intelligence to the map in the form of tactical marks. Other operators automatically receive changes.
Sensors (UAVs, electronic reconnaissance systems, radar and acoustic fire detection systems) automatically add tactical objects to the map.
Real-time intelligence data enter the tactical operations centre, where it is automatically analyzed, identified and transmitted to analysts in a continuous stream.
Since 2014, four teams of engineers, electronic engineers, ex-military and IT specialists have been developing UAVs, remote control modules, software and situational awareness programs, and remotely controlled platforms.
As a result of the combined efforts of these teams, we are creating modern military equipment that enables the military to perform its tasks successfully.