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  • #61

    Šaudymas iš 12,7 mm kulkosvaidžio, pritvirtinto ant drono


    • #62
      Yra dar Defense Express pokalbis su kūrėju, su specifikacijomis, paaiškinimu kodėl pasirinkta tokia paprasta konstrukcija/nedidelis greitis ir kt. (ukrainietiškai) :


      • #63

        kompleksas vis dar primityvus, tačiau jis išbandomas kovoje. Jis net apšaudė tikrąsias separatistų pozicijas. Tikiuosi, kad po 5 metų jie sukurs ką nors kokybiško


        • #64
          Milrem video


          • #65

            Uran-9 ir BMP B-19 (Nerekhta) robotai Zapad-2021 pratybose


            • #66
              Waiting to watch the Rafael /
              Stryker turret fire off #UGV platform in both 30x173mm and 40x180mm. Great day at the range.

              In October 2019, QinetiQ North America (QNA) and Pratt and Miller Defense have announced their partnership on the Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) program at the 2019 Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

              QNA and Pratt & Miller have submitted a variant of the Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV) tailored to the Robotic Combat Vehicle program’s specific requirements. The Robotic Combat Vehicle submission will leverage QNA’s modular open-architecture unmanned ground vehicle control systems integrated with Pratt & Miller’s advanced mobility platform.

              During the Bushmaster Conference 2021, Pratt Miller has demonstrated its PRO-MCA fitted with a Samson MCWS turret designed and manufactured by the Israeli company Rafael which will also be integrated on Stryker armored vehicle. In fact, Army Recognition previously reported that Detroit Arsenal (ACC-DTA) has awarded a contract to Oshkosh Defense, to integrate a Samson 30mm Medium Caliber Weapon System (MCWS) onto the Stryker Double V Hull Infantry Carrier Vehicle.

              The EMAV is a highly mobile and fully autonomous ground vehicle that was designed and built from the ground up by Pratt Miller. The robot is based on a tracked chassis with four road wheels and one return-roller. It can reach a top speed of 72 km/h and has a payload capacity of 3,265 kg.

              The hybrid-electric powertrain supports an electric-only silent watch and silent mobility. The continuous band track and low center of gravity help the EMAV to climb a 60% grade, a 40% side slope, and vertical steps up to 60 cm. In addition, the unit can provide exportable power of 28V and 320V.

              The flat deck on the EMAV is 3.84 m long and 1.5 m wide, allowing it to carry significant payloads, both weaponized and for crew support. EMAV was designed with a narrow hull to ensure it is transportable in the V-22 and CH-47.

              Three control options are available for the EMAV – local, teleoperation, or autonomous – with a common controller being used for both the vehicle and payload systems.


              • #67
                General Dynamics Land Systems Tracked Robot 10-ton (TRX) vehicle
                Tracked Robot 10-ton (TRX) vehicle features innovative thinking, ranging from its AI-enhanced design to advanced, lightweight materials and a hybrid-electric propulsion system


                • #68