T-14 Armata could receive network-centric warfare equipment, according Russian media 270420156

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T-14 Armata could receive network-centric warfare equipment, according Russian media
According Russian media, the new T-14 Armata main battle tank could be fitted with network-centric warfare equipment. Some others new vehicles of Russian Army, that will be unveiled during the 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade, such as Kurganets-25 light tracked armored infantry fighting vehicles, Bumerang 8x8 armored personnel carrier or Typhoon armored personnel carriers could also be fitted with that equipment.
     
T-14 Armata could receive network-centric warfare equipment, according Russian mediaT-14 Armata seems to be fitted with more electronic equipment than previous Russian tanks
     

"The new communication, navigation and control equipment of vehicles allow the crew to see the whole tactical situation online and interact with the other army units in a single and automated battle management system", a reprentative of Rostec Corporation told to TASS Russian news agency.

"Modern methods of data visualization, and a high level of automation greatly simplifies the process of decision making in combat conditions. The transfer target coordinates of the means of destruction takes less than a minute after the detection of the enemy," the source continued.

Software and hardware complex development integrate the fighting vehicle in a network structure, which also integrate drones, electronic warfare equipment, reconnaissance units, targeting capability, fire control, etc... The armored vehicle is part of a network which boost the overall efficiency.
 

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