MODERNIZATION OF TANKS Т-72A
MODERNIZATION OF SIGHTS AND OBSERVATION DEVICES
PUMA DRIVER-4B the device is designed for round-the-clock observation of the terrain while driving a combat vehicle (BTR-70, BTR-80, Т-72).

It replaces standard devices, such as TNPO-115, TVNE-4B.

TKN-N operates in a passive mode and has observation channels:

• day optical channel with magnification of 4x and 8x
• night channel on the basis of an image-converter tube with magnification of 4x
• thermal vision channel with magnification of 4x.

SERVAL 1-49-23 the sight is designed for viewing the field of combat in any weather conditions for the pur-poses of surveillance, detection and classification of stationary and movable targets, for aiming and spewing shells from 125 mm D-81 tank cannon and its coaxial machine gun during a daytime and at night, from a halt and on the move.

The sight may be mounted on tanks during a replacement of TPN1-49-23 regular night vision sight

Puma Driver-Sofia:

• Provides round-the-clock «in combat» driving
• Improves visibility to the driver
• Helps the commander to monitor traffic and situation

Navigation

• Helps to lay the routes
• Display of destination points
• Effective without gps signal

C4I “ALLIANCE”

• General geographic information space
• Action planning
• Hardware Integration
Brochure
The special software ALLIANCE.ARMOUR is a complex of applications and services of geospatial and multimedia data that interact with each other to aggregate information from various sources for use in order to automate the control of subdivisions.

The special software “ALLIANCE.ARMOUR” works on the OJSC “NIIEVM” tablets and interfaces with the radio station R–181–50TU.

FEATURES

– display of vector and raster maps, including digitized ones;
– hybrid display of raster and vector data;
– 3D map display;
– custom objects creation (point, vector and area);
– assignment of additional semantic data to user objects (description, photo, classifier);
– cryptographic protection of ALL data in the system;
– the formation of the situation in real time, according to data obtained from various sources;
– short text messaging;
– voice chat with additional encryption;
– data access in accordance with the privileges and access rights;
– support of various communication channels;
– integration into a common network of devices using various communication channels.

PUMA DRIVER-4B

The device is designed for round-the-clock observation of the terrain while driving a combat vehicle (BTR-70, BTR-80, Т-72).

It replaces standard devices, such as TNPO-115, TVNE-4B.

TKN-N The device is installed onto the commander’s turret shaft and does not require any design modifications of standard site of TKN-3.

TKN-N operates in a passive mode and has observation channels:

• day optical channel with magnification of 4x and 8x
• night channel on the basis of an image-converter tube with magnification of 4x
• thermal vision channel with magnification of 4x.
T–72B MODERNIZATION
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MODERNIZATION OF TANKS Т-55

REPAIR OF SIGHTS AND OBSERVATION DEVICES
PUMA DRIVER-4B The device is designed for round-the-clock observation of the terrain while driving a combat vehicle (BTR-70, BTR-80, Т-72). It replaces standard devices, such as TNPO-115, TVNE-4B.

TKN-N optical-electronic system TKN-2T is designed to monitor by the tank commander (T-54, T-55, T-10) the area and tanks of its division, to search targets and for target designation for the gunner during combat operations in day and night conditions.

SERVAL 1-49-23 the sight is designed for viewing the field of combat in any weather conditions for the pur-poses of surveillance, detection and classification of stationary and movable targets, for aiming and spewing shells from 125 mm D-81 tank cannon and its coaxial machine gun during a daytime and at night, from a halt and on the move. The sight may be mounted on tanks during a replacement of TPN1-49-23 regular night vision sight.

Puma Driver-Sofia:

• Provides round-the-clock «in combat» driving
• Improves visibility to the driver
• Helps the commander to monitor traffic and situation

Navigation

• Helps to lay the routes
• Display of destination points
• Effective without gps signal

C4I “ALLIANCE”

• General geographic information space
• Action planning
• Hardware Integration
Brochure
Modernization of BM-21 “Grad”
to a level similar to 9K51M “Tornado-G”
During the modernization of the BM-21 “Grad” to a level similar to 9K51M “Tornado-G”, the following items are installed on the combat vehicle: automatic workplace of the commander ARM-K with the integration into the Alliance system, optical-electronic station “Grach”, on-board navigation system, digital radio station, new artillery drives, weather station.

The automated workplace of the com-mander ARM-K with the integration into the Alliance system provides:

- meteorological, ballistic, topographic and geodetic support;
-  artillery fire control;
-  receiving and transmission of information about the target;
-  collecting, processing, storage and sharing of data;
- receiving from the NS (on-board navigation system) the current coordinates of the MLRS (multiple launch rocket system);
-  input by the commander the type of the target, auto-matic display of the detected target on the electronic map in the form of a symbol attached to the scale of the displayed electronic map;
-  display in the information window the current date and time, as well as the side number of the MLRS;
-  display of information about the charge and discharge of the set of guides;
-  the ability to change the time intervals between projectiles launches.

The automated control system “Alliance” is intended for the automated solution of the tasks of preparing and managing MLRS fire, as well as of monitoring the actions of a tactical level unit and it allows integrating MLRS into a higher level control system.

ARM-K with integration into the Alliance system allows you to control the firing of a combat vehicle (CV) autonomously based on target data entered by a senior chief, observer, or received from another intelligence agency (the calculation only controls the machine’s guidance on targets and firing), as well to fire at targets explored by the OES “Grach” directly from the CV (the commander of the vehicle enters data on the target and sets the shooting parameters)
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BRM–1K MODERNIZATION
Modernized guided missile R-60 BM
MALANKA
DESCRIPTION

The upgrading of the R-60 BM guided missile to the R-60 BML and R-60 BMT MALANKA levels implies improving the combat capabilities of the missile by replacing the infrared homing head with a thermal imaging homing head with increased targeting angles, installing a semi-active laser homing head, and also increasing the fuse resistance to electronic interference and the use of a more advanced automatic flight control system.
The new dual-band homing head increases the missile’s capabilities for the effective destruction of small-size aircrafts, as well as low-contrast in the thermal range light-armored ground targets. The missile upgrading preserves the structural, technological and aeroballistics characteristics as much as possible.
The MALANKA missile can be installed both on standard aviation launchers and placed in transport and launch containers when used on anti-aircraft missile systems.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES
- highest pointing accuracy due to the use of modern algorithms for target recognition and tracking
- modern rocket autopilot system
- laser proximity sensors

WORK IN THREE MODES
- Air-to-air
- Air-to-surface
- Surface-to-air
- Surface-to-surface

Seeker : semi-active laser or  passive thermal imaging
Target engagement range, km 0.3 – 8
Target engagement altitude, km 0.1 – 5
Missile speed, m/s  730 – 850
Kill probability (by one missile) 0,9
Max overload, g 47
Engagable target overload, g 12
Controlled flight time, s  25
Engine type  double–mode missile engine solid–fuel
Guidance system homing