Control point ZRPK Armour-C1 demonstrated at MAKS-2013

RIA Novosti reported.
"Point of antiaircraft missile and gun systems (ZRPK)" Shell-C1 "was first presented at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2013, told RIA Novosti on Friday, Instrument Design Bureau (KBP) engineer Yuri Nikitin. 
"Now is the premiere — at this air show for the first time showed a control point" — Nikitin said, adding that discussions are underway to supply the control point the Ministry of Defence.
According to the representative of the CPP, the control point can coordinate up to six combat vehicles "Shell-S1", including in the movement, which is one of its advantages, as of today in the movement no longer works. "We are working on the move — so difficult to detect and defeat a fighting machine", — said the engineer.
Previously, all the control ZRPK "Shell-C1" was directly from the complex itself, this possibility remains now, but due to the expansion of tasks operators ZRPK proposed to be coordinated from a single point of control: "control point receives the information about the target environment both with their own radar and with war machines "Shell." It can work one station to detect targets in the war machine, and the rest will be turned off — it allows you to hide ZRPK position and avoid being hit by missiles or, to lure the enemy aircraft in the affected area, "- said the source.
Nikitin said that the management can be conducted from a distance of 10 kilometers from the war machine, the connection in three ways: by radio communication by wire and optovolknu — this is the safest option to overhear anything in this case is almost impossible.
"Shell-C1" — the Russian self-propelled anti-aircraft missile and gun system (ZRPK) ground-based, designed Instrument Engineering Design Bureau (KBP). Designed for close cover of civilian and military facilities (including long-range air defense systems) from all current and future air attack. Can carry out protection of the object and defended from ground and surface threats. "

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