Central Military District Began Testing Intelligence System “Strelets”


Tests of intelligence system “Strelets” began for the first time in landfills of Central Military District.

Complex instantly transmits the exact coordinates of the enemy to the unit commander and the artillery, which greatly increases the accuracy of lesion and completely removes the human factor.

The range of interaction of the complex as part of the compartment is a little more than a mile, but any “Strelets” can also work as a repeater. Therefore, several devices form a network, which significantly increases the range of their actions.

“Strelets” not only transmits the location of the enemy, but also allows the commander to track the movement of the scouts themselves. In case of injury, scout-operator with a special button on the transmitter sends a signal to the commander, and he decides to transport the retired soldier.


Posted on December 15, 2014, in Defence Industry News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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