Russian Andromeda-D automatic control system has successfully passed tests in Arctic conditions TASS 12410151

Military Defense Industry Technology - Andromeda-D
 
Russian Andromeda-D automatic control system has successfully passed tests in Arctic conditions.
Andromeda-D automatic control system has successfully passed a cycle of trials at the Arctic altitudes, Valery Salamov, head of the lead department of communications, the Ryazan Higher Airborne Command School named after V.Margelov, has reported.
     
Andromeda-D automatic control system has successfully passed a cycle of trials at the Arctic altitudes, Valery Salamov, head of the lead department of communications, the Ryazan Higher Airborne Command School named after V.Margelov, has reported. Andromeda-D automatic control system inside an armoured vehicle
     
"On the last drills in the Arctic zone in which the regiment participated the system worked fine. There were no glitches. The tablets, command posts, communication devices and all else operated normally," Salamov said.

In addition, following other trials and drills, including the Center-2015 command post event, the Andromeda-D ACS was evaluated by the military in the highest of terms.

It was reported that the United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation /UIMC, incorporated by the Rostec Corporation/ started, in 2015, lot supplies of the Andromeda-D ACS to the Russian Airborne Troops. Russia proposes creating an integrated system for controlling the Collective Security Treaty Organization /CSTO/ member states’ rapid response forces.

The Andromeda-D ACS is a complex of automatic devices for equipping stationary and mobile troop command posts. Depending on the task, it can be mounted on a chassis of a biaxial Kamaz truck, BTR-D armored personnel carrier and BMD-2 or BMD-4 amphibious infantry fighting vehicle. Andromeda-D is developed specifically for airborne troops and is adapted to loading onto a plane, flying and landing. Andromeda-D offers a complete array of multimedia services like facsimile communications, video conferencing, data transmission and special purpose telephone communication.
     
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