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Notapor poliorcetes el Sab Mar 13, 2021 2:22 am

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Milrem Robotics and Marduk Technologies launch an autonomous C-UAS system

Milrem Robotics, the European leading robotics and autonomous systems developer and Marduk Technologies, the provider of world-class Counter Unmanned Aerial System (C-UAS) solutions jointly launched a unique mobile autonomous C-UAS platform that offers protection against loitering munition and surveillance drones.

The jointly developed system features the electro-optical C-UAS platform Marduk Shark and the THeMIS unmanned ground vehicle (UGV). This mobile solution provides frontline forces with an independent ability to accurately detect, classify and target loitering munition and other flying objects. It uses the most advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning models.

The mobile C-UAS platform can be integrated with kinetic and non-kinetic weapon systems and with different sensors and effectors such as radar, radio frequency detector, jammer, laser, etc.

Currently, most C-UAS solutions are used stationary, however, utilizing mobile platforms with autonomous capabilities gives defences forces the flexibility to relocate them according to the threat assessment. Mobility also provides early warning for the forces in various positions.

“Frontline forces on the move are most exposed to adversary drones. The mobile autonomous C-UAS platform gives our customers an additional layer of protection and extends our product portfolio, which lets us provide more capabilities for our defence customers,” said Martin Simon, the CEO of Marduk Technologies.

“Autonomous UGVs equipped with a C-UAS payload create a new capability on the battlefield that allows forces to focus on their main task of engaging the adversary while UGVs provide better situational awareness and force protection,” said Kuldar Väärsi, CEO of Milrem Robotics.

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Milrem Robotics is the European leading robotics and autonomous systems developer. The company has two offices in Estonia, one in Sweden and Finland and shortly one in the Netherlands.
Milrem Robotics is the leader of a consortium that was awarded 30,6 MEUR from the European Commission’s European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP) to develop a European standardized unmanned ground system (UGS).
During the project, titled iMUGS, a modular and scalable architecture for hybrid manned-unmanned systems will be developed to standardize a European wide ecosystem for aerial and ground platforms, command, control and communication equipment, sensors, payloads, and algorithms.

Marduk Technologies is a technology company, which provides world-class C-UAS based on AI/ML advanced algorithms and automatic integration with different effectors as turnkey solutions for end-users. Marduk has been awarded an Estonian MoD grant, participated in NATO cyber exercises, and used in NATO airbase in Ämari.




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Notapor Kique el Vie Mar 19, 2021 5:42 pm

Evgeny Kuznetsov: las guerras futuras no serán solo batallas entre robots, sino competencia entre economías avanzadas capaces de fabricar este tipo de robótica en grandes cantidades.
https://ria.ru/20210309/voyna-1600417386.html

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MOSCÚ, 9 de marzo - RIA Novosti. Las guerras en el futuro se convertirán en una competencia de la industria para la producción de robótica de combate de alta calidad, dijo miembro del Presidium del Consejo de Política de Defensa Exterior, director de la Universidad de Singularidad en , en un comunicado. entrevista con RIA Novosti Moscú Yevgeny Kuznetsov, y futurólogo .
"Anteriormente, los robots en el ejército eran el lote de países ricos como Estados Unidos . Ahora Turquía e Israel han traspasado la barrera y están haciendo de los aviones no tripulados un producto masivo, que, como hemos visto en el ejemplo de Azerbaiyán , hacen "Una contribución significativa al resultado de las hostilidades. drones marinos. La guerra se está convirtiendo en una competencia de economías: quien haya ensamblado más y mejores robots tiene más éxito en la resolución de problemas en el campo de batalla", dijo Kuznetsov.
Según él, el uso masivo de vehículos aéreos no tripulados, vehículos marítimos y terrestres cambiará la percepción centenaria del Estado como una comunidad de personas, de las cuales cuantas más, mejor, ya que son manos trabajadoras y soldados en potencia. "Los robots rompen este esquema porque reemplazan a las personas en el lugar de trabajo y en el ejército. El modelo de un estado que es fuerte no por las personas, sino por los robots, simplemente no estamos preparados para eso", dijo.


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Notapor Orel el Vie Mar 19, 2021 6:55 pm

Nueva propuesta de UGV barato español:
https://www.infodefensa.com/es/2021/03/ ... fensa.html
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Notapor Kique el Mar Mar 23, 2021 10:19 am

La DGAM del @Defensagob ha dado luz verde al programa "Escorpión", destinado a la evaluación y experimentación con nuevos UGVs desarrollados por empresas españolas.
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Notapor Orel el Mar Mar 23, 2021 10:51 am

Kique escribió:La DGAM del @Defensagob ha dado luz verde al programa "Escorpión", destinado a la evaluación y experimentación con nuevos UGVs desarrollados por empresas españolas.
https://twitter.com/REjercitos/status/1 ... 8532676610

Pues conociendo los ciclos de decisión y adquisición españoles, no le auguro mejor futuro que al malogrado programa Rapaz, por desgracia.
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Notapor Kique el Sab Mar 27, 2021 1:20 am

SMEs set to benefit from UK Defence and Security Industrial Strategy

Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are set to benefit from the UK’s new Defence and Security Industrial Strategy (DSIS) which promises to refresh the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) commitment to working with them and reduce barriers, improving access.
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Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Mar 31, 2021 1:45 am

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The robot was officially confirmed - "Storm"
Sep. 27th, 2018 at 7:22 AM
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These are the things they say. Although I don't really believe these journalists.
It seems that the customer is less and less enthusiastic about "Armata" . Although in some ways this may be true.


The head of UVZ announced the development of an alternative to the unmanned "Armata"

The general director of Uralvagonzavod confirmed to RBC the presence of development work on a robotic complex based on the T-72 tank. According to him, an alternative robotic "Armata" machine created by the order of Ministry of Defense

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Corporation "Uralvagonzavod" (included in "Rostec") creates a robotic system on the basis of the T-72BZ of Defense request, RBC said CEO UVZ Alexander Potapov on fields of the ADEX exhibition.

" The decision is made by the Ministry of Defense. We, as an industry, fulfill the technical tasks that the customer prepares for us , "explained Potapov, answering the question of whether the T-72B3 chassis was chosen because of the high cost of the" Armata ".

He stressed that the work on "Armata" is supposed to be "a long-term approach". Armata is a promising platform, the life of which we see for decades to come. She has a great future. We are talking about development, then - production, and then there is also after-sales service of operation in the troops. Life cycle assurance is on the agenda. But if today it is necessary to solve a specific problem, then it is necessary to proceed from the availability, first of all, of financial and, of course, technical capabilities, "stated the head of UVZ.

According to Potapov, given that the technical task of the Ministry of Defense has been agreed on the design of a robotic complex based on the T-72, the manufacturer "is already partly sure that there will be a prospect of an order by the armed forces". However, the head of UVZ found it difficult to name the exact dates when the first sample of the robotic complex based on the T-72B3 will be ready.

In August, RBC reported that UVZ was developing a heavy assault robotic complex based on the chassis of the T-72B3 tank. This was told by a source in the Ministry of Defense and confirmed by an interlocutor close to UVZ. The development work was named "Storm", RBC's interlocutors specified. According to a source in the Ministry of Defense, a mock-up of a complex with combat equipment has already been created, which " allows you to demonstrate elements of movement ."

In 2015, the developers of "Armata" talked about their intention to create an unmanned version of the combat vehicle. The project was named Tachanka-B. In February 2018, during a visit to UVZ, then Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov told reporters that " after a while " the public " will see the results of developments " on the unmanned "Armata". According to a RBC source in the Ministry of Defense, in the spring a prototype of the robotic "Armata" was demonstrated to Shoigu. What conclusions were made by the minister following the results of the event, the interlocutor did not specify.

At the end of July, Yuri Borisov, already in the status of deputy prime minister, said that the Russian military did not seek to buy massively Armata tanks because of their high cost. According to a RBC source in the Ministry of Defense, in 2016 UVZ planned to sell the first batch of Armata tanks (about 100 vehicles) for 450 million rubles. per unit, however, the military department managed to reduce the price to 320 million. At the same time, the cost of one T-72B3 tank in 2016, according to UVZ, was approximately 79 million rubles.

The T-72 is the most massive second-generation main battle tank. It was adopted by the USSR in 1973. Its modernized modification T-72B3 has been in service since 2012 and has become the main tank of the ground forces (over a thousand units). This tank is distinguished from its predecessors by the presence of modern means of protection, communications, an all-day sighting system, an automatic transmission and a greater power reserve.

"It doesn't hurt so much to lose"

The task of the assault robotic complex in battle is to be the foremost echelon of the battle formation, to open up the enemy's defenses and the location of his fire weapons, as far as possible destroying them or issuing target designations, Viktor Murakhovsky, editor-in-chief of the magazine Arsenal of the Fatherland, explained to RBC.

"Provided that it is not always possible to preserve the equipment in real combat operations, losing the complex based on the T-72 will not be as painful as the robotic Armata," the military expert said. According to him, such a complex was conceived back in the 1980s, but then the technical level of Russian enterprises did not allow the implementation of these plans.

According to a RBC source in the Ministry of Defense, among the main requirements for a robotic complex based on the T-72 is the presence of ultra-high all-aspect protection, which will retain its combat effectiveness after being hit by 10-15 grenades of a hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher (RPG) and mine detonation. In addition, the machine must be able to maneuver in a confined space of urban development, including with an unobstructed circular rotation of the tower in narrow aisles. Combat robots should be able to quickly detect and destroy manpower at any time of the day, including on the upper floors of buildings in a 360-degree perspective, said the interlocutor of RBC.

An important wish of the military is the ability to fire in a programmed mode, in accordance with the combat mission entered into the on-board computer against previously reconnoitered targets, the source explained.

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It is assumed that the new complex will include four combat vehicles with various weapons, added a RBC source in the military department.

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Fighting vehicle No. 1 weighing up to 50 tons with a 125-mm D-414 cannon (with a shortened 4000 mm barrel) with an automatic loader for 22 rounds, a Kalashnikov tank machine gun (PKTM) of 7.62 mm caliber, a dozer blade and a set of all-aspect protection against manual anti-tank weapons of cumulative action.

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Fighting vehicle No. 2 with RPO-2 "Shmel-M" rocket launcher units and an auxiliary 7.62 mm PKTM machine gun, a blade and a set of all-aspect protection against hand-held anti-tank weapons of cumulative action.


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Fighting vehicle number 3 with a combat module of two 30-mm automatic cannons 2A42 (ammunition up to 1000 rounds), 7.62 mm PKTM and RPO-2 "Bumblebee", a blade and a set of all-aspect protection against hand-held anti-tank weapons of cumulative action.

Fighting vehicle No. 4 with NURS 220 mm type MO.1.01.04M (16 thermobaric rounds with an effective area of ??destruction of 25 thousand sq. M.), PKTM caliber 7.62 mm, a blade and a set of all-aspect protection against hand-held anti-tank weapons of cumulative action.

To control robotic tanks, it is proposed to create a highly mobile remote control point also based on the T-72B3 chassis with a set of all-aspect protection against hand-held anti-tank weapons of cumulative action. It is assumed that each robot will be able to control a platoon of combat vehicles within a 3 km radius. The maximum speed of robots with remote control is 40 km / h.

In addition, it is planned to create a special BTR-T for the security group, also based on the T-72B3, which will ensure the deployment of eight people on board.

Data: RBC source
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Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Mar 31, 2021 1:51 am

Fighting robot "Nerekhta" will be adopted by the Russian army
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The multifunctional robotic complex "Nerekhta" has completed a full range of tests and is ready to be put into service. According to the electronic magazine "Army Standard" , the family of combat robots is able to significantly enhance the combat capabilities of military units and reduce the loss of personnel.

Fighting robot "Nerekhta" will be adopted by the Russian army
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Unique drones can perform the functions of a transporter, support vehicle, reconnaissance complex, a sapper robot, a combat platform and an artillery fire spotter. The uniqueness of "Nerekhta" is in the combination of an electric motor and a classic internal combustion engine, as well as equipping with front and rear cameras with infrared illumination.

The armor of an unmanned armored vehicle can accommodate up to five fighters. Car reservation is complete. The hull is protected according to the 5th class, like an infantry fighting vehicle or armored personnel carrier, and withstands bullets and grenade fragments.

Weighing one and a half tons, the robot is able to reach speeds of up to 32 km / h and overcome any terrain, including snowdrifts, swamps, sand and forest. The small robot is less visible than conventional armored vehicles.

As part of the state tests, "Nerekhta" has successfully passed all types of live firing. Representatives of the Ministry of Defense highly appreciated the combat platform, which is ready to join the ranks of the Russian army.


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Notapor Kique el Mié Mar 31, 2021 10:18 pm

Por cierto, ese UGV tan similar al Themis es una colaboración entre Nexter y Milrem.
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