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  • 1. Repellent-1 anti-drone system








    2. Aistenok Portable mortar locating radar



    Functions:
    • locates 81-120mm mortars from detecting and tracking the flight path of a mortar bomb;
    • upports fire of 81-120mm mortars along the flight path of a mortar bomb;
    • locates moving tank-type ground targets;
    • monitors fire of 122-155mm guns from shell bursts.

    3. Fara-VR Upgraded man-portable battlefield surveillance radar with a panoramic display



    Mission:

    The radar is designed to detect moving ground targets (people and vehicles) at any time of day and year, transmit the target data to external users in automatic mode, as well as to aim mounted automatic small arms at the target.

    The radar provides:
    • automatic space surveillance in the search sector;
    • detection of moving targets;
    • rough determination of target coordinates, target trajectory storage.

    Features:
    • generation of audible and visual alarm signals when a target is detected within the protected border or area of interest;
    • simultaneous automatic tracking of at least 3 targets with the determination of their coordinates, speed and direction of movement with the capability to automatically identify the type of target (human or vehicle);
    • built-in operator training to acquire combat skills and obtain the necessary information about radar operation features;
    • built-in performance monitoring of the radar and its components.

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    • Originally posted by burjuin View Post
      Remote Controlled Turred
      Armenian made?

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      • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
        ... just too busy to post.
        Not an excuse! I will step on you ... Just kidding ))

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        • Originally posted by Azad View Post

          Armenian made?
          Yes...

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          • Հայաստանում արտադրվող զենքերը

             

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            • Հայտնի են Արցախում ականի պայթյունից զոհվածների անունները

              2018-03-29

              «HALO Trust» կազմակերպությունը հրապարակել է Արցախի Հանրապետության Ղազանչի տեղանքում հակատանկային ականի պայթյունի հետևանքով զոհված աշխատակիցների անունները: Նրանք են՝ Պավել Ակոպովը, Սամսոն Ավանեսյանը և Մարատ Պետրոսյանը:

              Կազմակերպությունը հայտնում է, որ պայթյունի հետևանքով երկու վիրավորները ներկայում Ստեփանակերտի հիվանդանոցում են, «HALO Trust»-ը կապվել է նրանց ընտանիքների հետ: «Մենք սերտորեն համագործակցում ենք տեղի ոստիկանության և իշխանությունների հետ և կոչ ենք արել քննիչներին զեկուցել միջադեպի բոլոր փաստերի մասին»,- ասվում է կազմակերպության հայտարարության մեջ:

              «HALO Trust»-ի ներկայացուցիչները հայտնել են, որ թե՛ մահացածները, թե՛ վիրավորները Արցախի բնակիչներ են:

              Միջադեպի առնչությամբ խոսել է «HALO Trust»-ի գործադիր տնօրեն Ջեյմս Քոուանը՝ ասելով. «Ամեն օր աշխարհով մեկ HALO-ի ավելի քան 8000 աշխատակից աշխատանքի է գնում այնպիսի վայրեր, որտեղ, նրանցից բացի, էլ ոչ ոք չի կարող քայլ անել, և այս ողբերգական միջադեպը ի ցույց է դնում այն, թե ինչ վտանգների հետ են բախվում նրանք, ինչպես նաև ընդգծում է այդ աշխատանքի կարևորությունը: Մեր գործընկերները մահացել են Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի ժողովրդի համար տարածքն ավելի ապահով դարձնելու աշխատանքի ժամանակ»:

              Հիշեցնենք, որ այսօր Մարտակերտ քաղաքի հարևանությամբ գտնվող չեզոք գոտում «Նիվա» մակնիշի ավտոմեքենան ականի վրա պայթել էր, ինչի հետեւանքով 3 հոգի մահացել են:

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              • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post
                1. Repellent-1 anti-drone system








                I thought this was supposed to be the Avtobaza-M? Now it is being reported as Repellent-1?
                Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                • Originally posted by Federate View Post
                  I thought this was supposed to be the Avtobaza-M? Now it is being reported as Repellent-1?
                  No, in the first photo the Avtobaza-M is in the background and the Repellent in front

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                  • https://horizonweekly.ca/en/armenia-...-at-arms-fair/
                    Armenia unveils new multi-functional drones at arms fair

                    March 29, 2018 4 0


                    PanARMENIANArmenia-made multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicles were unveiled at ArmHiTec-2018, an international exhibition of arms and defence technologies currently underway in Yerevan.

                    In particular, UAV s BEEB-1800, BEEB-3000, BEEB-3200, S-1 and HREESH drones were introduced on Thursday, March 29.

                    According to defense ministry spokesman Artsrun Hovhannisyan, all the models have already been tested.

                    The UAV s BEEB-1800, BEEB-3000, BEEB-3200, S-1 are reconnaissance drones, while HREESH, judging by its characteristics, is an attack UAV.

                    An international fair of armament and defense technology, the ArmHiTec-2018 is this year held on March 29-31 in Armenia, with 30 foreign companies from 14 countries participating. 34 Armenian companies are also represented at the event, as are high-level delegations from 10 countries.
                    General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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                    • Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                      Three HALO Trust employees killed in mine-clearance works in Artsakh

                      http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/253629/


                      March 29, 2018 - 12:31 AMT


                      PanARMENIAN.Net - Three employees of the HALO Trust carrying out mine-clearance activities in Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) were killed when a mine exploded on Wednesday, March 28.

                      In a conversation with PanARMENIAN.Net a spokesman for the Karabakh’s ministry of emergency situations confirmed the report, adding that two others were wounded.

                      “The accident occurred during landmine clearance activities. More details will be revealed in the future,” Armen Narimanyan said.

                      According to him, the identity of whose killed and injured is being clarified.

                      The HALO Trust relies on private donations to clear minefields threatening families in Lachin, Martakert and Hadrut regions that lie outside this boundary. Since 2000, the charity has cleared over 445 minefields, 11,200 landmines, and over 25,300 cluster munitions and other unexploded ordnance in Karabakh.

                      Աստված իրանց հոգին լուսավորի։ Երանության մեջ մնան։
                      Last edited by Hakob; 03-29-2018, 12:25 PM.

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