Army 2016: Rostec highlights its famous Uran-9 combat UGV 209091604

 
 
Army Recognition
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Army 2016
International military and technical forum

6 - 11 September 2016
Moscow, Russia
 
Press Release Army 2016
 
 
Army 2016: Rostec highlights its famous Uran-9 combat UGV
As the need for unmanned capabilities is rising in the Russian Armed Forces, Rostec is highlighting the famous Uran-9 combat unmanned ground vehicle at Army 2016. The Uran-9 is a light tracked armoured vehicle which is fitted with an unmanned turret armed with one 30mm 2A72 automatic cannon, a coaxial 7.62mm machine gun and Ataka ATGMs (Anti-Tank Guided Missile NATO Code At-9 Spiral-2).
     
Uran-9 001Uran-9 UCGV at Army 2016
     
According Rosoboronexport, this UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) can be fitted with full range of weapon station depending on customer requirements.

The Ataka missile has radio command guidance and is also a Beam riding SACLOS. This missile's primary variant was designed to defeat tanks with composite armour and explosive reactive armor. The maximum range of the missile is 8 km.

The Uran-9 is controlled via a command post located in a military truck which is equipped with screens and operating station to control the movement and armament of the Uran-9.

The robots are also fitted with a laser warning system and target detection, identification and tracking equipment.

The Uran-9 is designed to provide remote reconnaissance and fire support to combined arms, recon and counter-terror units. It consists of two recon and fire support robots, a tractor for their transportation and a mobile control post.

The Uran-9 is especially design to perform autonomous military and counter-terror operations. UGVs, in varying sizes to meet mission capability requirements, are today saving lives and providing critical supporting capabilities in current military operations worldwide.

Russian developers possess all of the required competencies to create modern military robotics that will be in demand on the international market. This is a fast-growing segment of the arms market, so Rosoboronexport will develop and implement a long-term marketing strategy for promoting such pieces of hardware, including as part of integrated security projects,” said Boris Simakin who heads the Analysis and Long-Term Planning Department at Rosoboronexport.

     
Uran-9 002Uran-9 UCGV at Army 2016
 

 

 

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