New Russian Tank Armata to Receive Fifth Generation Radio Communication Means
United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (included in Rostec) developed unified software and hardware complex (UPTK), which will be part of a new generation of tanks “Armata”. The complex includes a fifth-generation radio communication means, corporation representative said on Monday.
“The system allows the technique to solve the majority of problems in an automated mode with minimal crew participation and integrates every fighting machine into a single system of tactical control. The UPTK structure consists of fifth-generation radio communication means developed by the concern “Sozvezdie”, in particular, automation and control means, navigation equipment,” was said in a statement.
According to the developers, the complex implemented “a complete set of functions required of modern tanks”. Its use allows you to “automate most of the process and minimize the participation of the crew”. The complex is uniform and in the future will be installed not only in tanks, but in other military equipment.