Rostec showed the latest sensors based on various physical principles for detecting infantry and ground vehicles
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Rostec showed the latest sensors based on various physical principles for detecting infantry and ground vehicles

Rostec presented the 1K144-E intelligence and signaling complex, which includes sensors that are based on different physical principles, for the first time. They can detect enemy infantry and ground vehicles, but remain completely invisible.

It includes magnetometric, infrared, and seismic sensors that measure between 150 and 600 grams in size. They are hidden in the ground and camouflaged so that they can be used continuously for up to 30 consecutive days.

The system can capture moving objects and determine their direction. It also counts them and classes them by types, such as tracked vehicles, wheeled vehicles, or manpower. This complex can detect infantrymen within a radius of up to 30 m. Wheeled vehicles can detect infantrymen up to 120m. A tank or infantry fighting vehicle can be detected up to 200m.

Operators can view the data on their monitor as an electronic map that shows the area and indicates the locations of detected objects. Roselectronics is producing the system already.

We present the 1K144E (TAS3) export version at the Army forum for the first time. This advanced covert remote surveillance solution allows for the assessment of the situation at controlled border crossings. This complex employs sensors that operate on different physical principles to ensure the reliability of transmitted data.

Mikhail Artemov, General Director of Sozvezdie Concern

Rostec showed the latest sensors based on various physical principles for detecting infantry and ground vehicles
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