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30 juillet 2015 4 30 /07 /juillet /2015 11:45
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15 juil. 2015 par Rostec


United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation, OJS livrera avant 2015 dans les pays d’Amérique du Sud et les pays de l’Organisation du Traité de Sécurité Collective (OTSC) des dizaines de complexes de contrôle objectif des actions de l’équipage de blindés et de pièces d’artillerie.


« L’élaboration de Compass Moscow Design and Construction Bureau est prévue en premier lieu pour la formation des équipages dans le cadre de l’activité d’entraînement et militaire, – a indiqué l’adjoint du directeur général d’United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation, OJS Sergueï Skokov. – Avec son aide le commandement peut contrôler les actions et les discussions de l’équipage, suivre le temps et les coordonnées des déplacements des unités de blindés et des unités isolées de matériel – passage des limites, arrivée du matériel dans les régions prévues, déploiement des colonnes et passage à l’attaque ».


Comme l’a indiqué l’adjoint du directeur général de Compass Moscow Design and Construction Bureau Vladimir Masliouk, l’équipement du complexe peut être adapté pour n'importe quel type de matériel, et le poste de commande peut être situé sur une base stationnaire ou mobile, par exemple sur un châssis de KAMAZ ou de « Oural ». « Avec cela la construction et l’ergonomie des véhicules militaires n'est pas enfreinte. Le complexe correspond totalement aux exigences du Ministère de la Défense et il peut interagir avec l'appareillage radio possédé pour la transmission de données dans le Centre national de commande de la défense de Russie. Par rapport aux analogues étrangers il est plusieurs fois moins chers et il fonctionne sur des canaux séparés de communication. De plus, les appareils étrangers de ce type, en général, utilisent le standard de communication des données IEEE 802.11, plus connu comme Wi-Fi, ce qui ne permet pas de les utiliser sur le terrain », – a expliqué Vladimir Masliouk.


Le fonctionnement du complexe sera montré à un large public au concours international « Biathlon de chars – 2015 » ainsi qu’à l’exposition internationale d’armes et de matériel militaire Russia Arms Expo-2015.

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21 mars 2015 6 21 /03 /mars /2015 17:40
UIMC has developed equipment for the “soldier of the future” combat system


March 19, 2015 by Rostec


The new developments include communication, data transmission, and navigation equipment


United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC), which is part of Rostec Corporation, will deliver a new modification of the universal portable kits for soldiers (UPKS) to the ground troops of the Russian Army this year. The kits include communication, data transmission, and navigation systems that enable each individual soldier to operate in a united and automatically managed combat system.


The universal kit for soldiers will help automatize the management of motorized infantry units at the platoon, company, and division levels while also integrating soldiers into a united and automatically managed combat control system. The kit’s components allow soldiers to communicate clearly in navigating terrain, as well as to generate, transmit, and receive data on tactical situations.


The UPKS includes an improved portable radio, subscriber communications device, and tactical terminal. The radio can receive and transmit both audio and data over a distance of up to 5 km through two radio networks (unit and commander). The tactical terminal and subscriber communications device facilitate automatized control, communications, and situational awareness.


The equipment enables soldiers to work in local management and data exchange networks, integrates with GLONASS/GPS navigation systems, provides access to the radio interface of fighting vehicles, and facilitates connectivity to various observation and intelligence resources, including reconnaissance drones. All communications channels in the updated modifications are protected by encryption.


“Today, high-tech components are mandatory elements of combat equipment, including radio communication, navigation devices, handheld computers, software that allows connectivity to databases, electronic cards, and the ability to solve applied problems on a tactical level. UPKS meet all of these requirements,” said Tatiana Ositskaya, chief designer of the kit.


According to her, using the kit will greatly simplify the decision-making process during combat conditions. For example, targeting takes only 30 seconds, the time it required between detecting a target and transferring its coordinates to the necessary weapon for firing.


The kit components are secured on a standard military vest. Downloading additional software modules can expand and supplement the functionality of the kid without changing its components.

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11 juillet 2014 5 11 /07 /juillet /2014 07:40
First Russian drone presented at Innoprom Trade Fair

July 10, 2014 by Rostec

The United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation presented the Chirok aerial drone at the Innoprom Trade Fair in Yekaterinburg.


The model has already completed testing at the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (City of Zhukovsky). It has no analogues anywhere else in the world, since hovercraft drones are not commercially available. The innovative design – a hovercraft chassis – allows the drone to take off the ground without the need for a runway. The development has no analogues anywhere else in the world.

"Today we have implemented and continue to improve the radioelectronics industry as a whole. Already last year we demonstrated significant results: in 2013 the radioelectronics industry demonstrated significant growth of 14% compared with the previous year," stated Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov. "The creation of vertically integrated structures within the Rostec State Corporation provides the necessary synergy for development that will in turn provide the impetus for creation of new products that can compete on a global scale."

"Russian know-how was used in the creation of the drone, including in both its materials and design. A full-sized UAV will be presented next year at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Show," noted United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation CEO Alexander Yakunin.  

The Chirok UAV may be used in the civilian sphere to monitor and evaluate various situations: monitoring forest fires, disaster areas, traffic along roads, and patrol areas. In its military variant the Chirok is designed for reconnaissance and use as an attack drone capable of carrying bombs, rockets and precision missiles. 

The presented model of the drone is equipped with all of the latest engineering achievements from various fields, including: radioelectronics, aerospace and the chemical industry. The employed technologies have allowed us to construct a truly modern aircraft: lightweight, durable, and with high-performance, despite its impressive dimensions. The wingspan of the Chirok UAV is 10 m, with a maximum takeoff weight of up to 700 kg. The vehicle has an all-composite (carbon) body. The membrane of the air cushion is made of an ultra-modern material that has been developed by Russian specialists. The production technology behind this material is a demonstration of our know-how. 

The maximum takeoff weight of the Chirok is 700 kg, and the payload weight limit is 300 kg. It can carry optoelectronic devices intended for various types of monitoring. The UAV is also capable of carrying precision-guided weapons. The UAV can ascend to an altitude of up to 6,000 meters, and it has a range of up to 2,500 km. Currently specialists at the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation are working to further improve the technical characteristics of the Chirok UAV.

Another feature of the vehicle design is that its weapons can be installed within the body. Weapons were mounted on brackets on previous models. Such a solution reduces the visibility of the UAV and improves its aerodynamic properties.

OAO United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation is a Russian state corporation that was established in 2014 by the Rostec State Corporation to organize high-tech production of competitive products in the field of technology and communications systems, automated control systems, electronic defense and robotic systems for the Russian Armed Forces and other special units, as well as competitive products for civilian and dual-use. It combines 55 enterprises and scientific organizations in the Russian radioelectronics industry.

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17 juin 2014 2 17 /06 /juin /2014 11:40
Robotic complex "Plastun"

Robotic complex "Plastun"


June 17, 2014 Rostec


Control Systems, which is a part of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation, has initiated development on a project codenamed "Unicum" under an order from the Ministry of Industry and Trade. It plans to develop a software system for managing groups of robotic systems.


To date, robots are already quite widely used in both civilian and military applications. However, as Sergey Zhuravlev, Chief Specialist of the Division at the Company, explained, today at least one person is needed to manage each robot. The technology under development will allow for transitioning to a more rational concept: "one operator for one group of robots".

Thanks to the new software, one operator will be able to effectively manage a small group that includes multipurpose robot systems. Though the operator will control the group as a whole, the robots themselves will be responsible for distributing resources among themselves. The person can also allow the group to manage itself. The group of robots can solve problems without needing to ask permission from the operator. According to specialists at the company, this approach increases the efficiency of the robotic systems and reduces the time needed for decision-making in combat conditions.

The new technology can be applied to various robots, including both existing ones and those that will appear in the future. It is expected that the system will be able to handle multitasking, the ability to download a variety of scenarios and effectively allocate resources. The software will allow for a multiuser operating mode and distribute access rights.

Control Systems has already achieved a similar development. The company's specialists together with the researchers at the Robotics Center of Bauman Moscow State Technical University created software for two Plastun robotic systems. These machines have the ability to identify objects and determine priority objectives. They can independently hold the best firing positions, ask the operator for permission to damage targets and even destroy them on their own automatically without operator intervention.

This development was demonstrated to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev last fall at the Russia Arms Expo-2013 exhibition. It was also shown in January of this year to Russian President Vladimir Putin at the working meeting of the Foundation for Advanced Research in Tula.

In the spring of 2014 Control Systems won a competition to create the Unicum system. The project will be completed in 2015.

Specialists from Control Systems together with developers from the Robotics Center of Bauman Moscow State Technical University will present the concept of the new development at the Innoprom International Industrial Exhibition, which will open on July 9 in Yekaterinburg as part of the exhibition of the Russian Robotics Initiative.

Control Systems is an integrated company that is a subsidiary of the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation. Its mission is to develop the automatization and computerization of certain processes within public administration, particularly in military applications.

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