Iranian defense industry unveils Nazir Nazeer UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle armed with missile

Military defense industry Technology - Nazeer UGV
 
Iranian defense industry unveils Nazir/Nazeer UGV Unmanned Ground Vehicle armed with missile.
Last week, the Iranian Defense Industry has unveild a new wheeled unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), called Nazeer or Nazir which can be armed with missile or light machine gun. Iran's modern defense industrial base was developed during the period of the Shah by an import substitution strategy, in which Iran would learn to produce, assemble, repair and maintain military equipment.
     
Last week, the Iranian Defense Industry has unveild a new wheeled unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), called Nazeer or Nazir which can be armed with missile or light machine gun. Iran's modern defense industrial base was developed during the period of the Shah by an import substitution strategy, in which Iran would learn to produce, assemble, repair and maintain military equipment. Iranian-made Nazir/Nazeer armed Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV)
     
Iran is one of a few nations that is trying to achieve a totally self-sufficient armaments capability. With this new UGV, Iran shows one more time is ability to design and manufacture latest innovations and technologies of military equipment.

The new Nazeer UGV is based on a 4x4 chassis and is fully autonomous.

According to our first analysis, the Nazeer can be run tanks to solar panels mounted on the top of the vehicle.

The Nazeer is able to carry two MANPADS (Man-portable air-defense systems) missile and a maximum load of 600 kg. It can perform reconnaissance and combat missions to a maximum range of 2 km. The vehicle can be also fitted with a remote weapon station armed with a 7.62mm machine gun.

The weapon systems can be lowered inside the vehicle in road position, and when it's necessary the weapons are erected on the top to be ready to fire in a short time.

The front of the Nazeer is equipped with a sensor mounted at the front to operate the vehicle through a remote control system.

Three small grenade dischargers are mounted on each side of the vehicle.
     
 

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