Израильская техника будущего

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Итак, речь идёт о следующих системах, которые должны поступить на вооружение пехотных бригад:
  • «hедек Хахам» – «умная» система сбора развединформации, способная задействовать огонь по результатам собранной информации. Система демонстрирует командиру развединформацию о районе цели, ограничения (например, наличие гражданских в районе цели), даёт рекомендации какое оружие лучше применить с учётом данных об огневых средствах АОИ в радиусе поражения цели.
  • «Кавенет hа-Пигъон» – прицел, поступит на вооружение бригады «Гивъати» уже в этом месяце. Способна осуществлять захват цели («Неиля», по-видимому речь об автосопровождении) и улучшить точность попадания. АОИ намеревается закупить 2,250 таких прицелов до 2020 г., в т.ч. 250 – уже в ближайшем месяце.
  • «Эйтан» – новый колёсный БТР. Сроки его поступления на вооружение пока не указываются, первой его получит бригада НАХАЛь.
  • Новый крупный мультикоптер (8 винтов) для нужд командиров рот с увеличенной дальностью полёта и временем пребывания в воздухе.
  • «Шафририт» – БПЛА снабжения, способен нести 500 кг груза на дальность 50 км. Может эвакуировать носилочного раненного, осуществляя мониторинг его состояния в ходе полёта. Речь идёт о довольно известном БПЛА AirMule или Cormorant компании Urban Aeronautics.
  • «Ясъурон Ярок» – беспилотный вертолёт, способный перевозить 80 кг груза.
  • «Цор» – тактический многоцелевой мультикоптер с системами высококачественного дневного и ночного видения, способный находиться в воздухе не менее часа.
https://oleggranovsky.livejournal.com/124555.html
 
#48
корпус пушки стоит на интересных кронштейнах.это кабельный демпфер

http://www.vibrodynamics.com/usa/wire_rope.html#wri-fh

А давай без лишних деталей. Я сам имею непосредственое отношение к огромному количеству производства существующих и разрабатывающихся образцов, но держу себя в руках БС, хотя никаких грифов не подписывал. Есть определенные подробности (в частности источники комплектующих), которым лучше оставаться в тени от любопытных глаз.
 
#49
это на фотке.
спокуха брат

я просто написал в гугле кэйбл маунт :D.
но я лайкую твою тягу к БС :beer::beer::beer:
 
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#52
The Raider can carry onboard up to two users/fighters with full combat gear. It can carry a special cart for additional equipment.



The vehicle is powered by electric motors with high torque and precise response to user commands. It can reach a range of up to 75 km using the electric engine and hundreds of miles using the hybrid option. The maximum programmable speed is 50 km/h.

According to the Israeli company, the Raider can be easily folded for transportation. The vehicle’s width is 70 cm and it weighs 95 kg. It is equipped with an Intuitive and accurate driving system control and allows a Combo drive 2×4 /4×4.



The Raider alone can carry a payload up to 170 kg, and an additional 250 kg while equipped with Raider electric powered cart. This cart is equipped with an electric motor to assist in carrying the cargo.
https://i-hls.com/archives/82392
 
#59


Новая израильская разработка: боевая машина Mantis

Бронированный внедорожник обладает весьма нестандартным внешним видом и рядом уникальных качеств

Израильская компания Carmor (с 1947 по 2016 года она называлась Hatehof) представила новый бронированный боевой внедорожник Mantis, отличающийся весьма нестандартным внешним видом, и, как обещают разработчики, повышенной проходимостью и высоким уровнем защиты.

"Mantis ( в переводе "богомол") относится к категории бронированных машин весом до 9 тонн, это самая большая и наиболее востребованная категория на рынке, - пояснил генеральный директор Carmor Эйтан Зайт в интервью с корреспондентом Ynet. – Это израильская разработка , и она предлагает уникальные решения для многих задач".



"Мы решили создать машину многоцелевого назначения, которая могла бы функционировать в различной местности и подходить для разных условий ведения боя – за последние годы они заметно изменились, - отмечает Зайт. – Поэтому мы создали модульную базу, которая позволяет адаптировать ее к различным видам деятельности".



Mantis подходит для патрулирования, разведки, атаки, командования, оказания боевой поддержки. Может использоваться в качестве мобильной радиостанции или скорой помощи. Каркас машины позволяет обеспечить необходимый уровень защиты, но благодаря относительно малому весу она обладает высокой маневренностью и динамическими качествами.

Уровень защиты Mantis выше, чем у других машин схожих размеров. Благодаря уникальной технологии "плавающего пола", он хорошо защищен от мин и фугасов. Кабина оснащена особыми очистителями воздуха и фильтрами, защищающими от отравляющих газов.



Место водителя расположено по центру, а двигатель – за его спиной. Это дает целый ряд преимуществ, в частности – лучший обзор. Особое расположение дверей позволяет бойцам быстро покинуть машину в случае необходимости. Первая модель , "тендер", предполагает места для пяти бойцов, впоследствии планируется еще один вариант - пикап с увеличенным кузовом и местами для трех бойцов.



Машина оснащена шестицилиндровым дизельным двигателем объемом 6,8 литров, мощностью 360 л.с. и шестискоростной автоматической коробкой передач. Защищенные от прокола огромные широкие шины производства Continental оснащены системой, позволяющей регулировать давление воздуха в них из пассажирской кабины.



Прототип Mantis будет представлен на международной выставке вооружений Eurosatory, которая откроется в Париже в начале июня.
https://www.vesty.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-5265919,00.html
 
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https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/looks-like-something-from-sci-fi-movie-nir-kahn

Should a Real Military Vehicle Look Like Something from a Sci-Fi Movie?


Plasan Yagu

Published on May 2, 2018
Nir Kahn
Director of Design for Plasan

Is it okay for a military vehicle to look cool? Can we implement the sorts of designs usually only seen in fiction into actual real life vehicles? Should we?

My company, Plasan, recently unveiled our new ultralight armoured vehicle, the Yagu, to an overwhelmingly positive response, not just from the intended paramilitary target market but also from the general public. This is unusual in the military industry. The design hit a chord and a lot of articles described it as looking like something from a sci-fi movie, or a "military Batmobile". This helped it break out of the bubble of the defence press and be covered by car magazines like Top Gear and also an assortment of "cool stuff" websites, garnering a large amount of "cool, I want one!" type responses from a public not normally exposed to military vehicles. I usually avoid delving too deeply into the comments sections that form the bottom half of the internet but something interesting was happening here. There was a public conversation being had about the design of military vehicles.

Eccentric British comedian, Eddie Izzard, has a very funny routine about how fine the line is between looking cool and "looking like a dickhead" and as the launch of Yagu approached I must admit that I was a little nervous about how it would be received. Had I crossed that line with this design? But when the day came virtually the only negativity about the appearance of the vehicle was from people uncomfortable with an armed vehicle having such an overt element of styling to it, like this somehow trivialises or glamourises its purpose. So even most of the people who disliked it disliked it because it looked good in their view and shouldn't have been allowed to. But why shouldn't it? My flippant answer to people questioning why an armoured vehicle should be styled has always been that "even people who are being shot at have the right to look good". I have gone in depth into the whys and hows of styling armoured vehicles and the priorities when designing them in other articles, and I am not going to go over that ground again now, but I do want to look a bit closer specifically at a recurring theme of the Yagu feedback, its supposed movie prop aesthetic.
even people who are being shot at have the right to look good

As it happens we've had a few of our vehicle designs in movies. The Oshkosh M-ATV and Navistar MaxxPro MRAPs have of course appeared in their correct context in recent war films but in addition the SandCat played a supporting role taking Brad Pitt to fight zombies in World War Z, and the Gotham City Police SWAT cars in The Dark Knight Rises were also SandCats.

But what about purpose-designed movie vehicles. When do movies put deliberate effort into giving practical military props a conspicuously styled aesthetic? The answer is when they want to show the users as being from a particularly advanced civilisation. There is an interesting and quite sharp contrast between the aesthetic of the fleets of the original Star Wars trilogy and those of the prequels. In the original films the starships are dirty, fussy, and have a clear look of practicality devoid of a deliberate styling element. Don't get me wrong, the X-Wings and TIE-Fighters look fantastic, but they are not pieces of flowing parabolic sculpture like the polished Naboo Starfighter is. So what happened in the intervening generation to cause an apparent retrograde aesthetic evolution? The Empire took over. The Dark Side saw no need for the frivolities of styling and the high aesthetic values of The Republic were abandoned in favour of a much more engineered look. This was an Empire that had lost its positive values.

So these are two opposing military aesthetics of the movies - the high aesthetic of the advanced society, and the much more industrial-looking aesthetic of the machines of an evil warring civilisation. But the movies, as in life, have a third aesthetic. The despair of needing to defend yourself or fight without the luxury of time and resources leads to improvised tools and vehicles and what is probably best represented by the Mad Max look. This is what happens when you take existing vehicles and hurriedly add armour to them. There are some real-life versions of this that have been put together by insurgents and the likes of IS that really do look like they were knocked up in a barn by The A-Team, but there are also a disturbing number of vehicles that belong to supposedly developed countries that also look more than a little thrown together. Yagu could easily have been one of them. Underneath all of the advanced engineering and ballistic technology the Yagu is a commercial Arctic Cat Wildcat ATV that has had armour added to it. Without careful attention to the three key elements of car design; proportions, surfacing, and detailing; it would have looked very Mad Max, and not in a good way. At Plasan we are very conscious of what image and messages our vehicles project, and desperation or improvisation are certainly not desirable traits to display.

Without careful attention to the three key elements of car design; proportions, surfacing, and detailing; it would have looked very Mad Max



So having ruled out the Mad Max look, there were two ways to go. Cold and practical machine of war, or a more progressive aesthetic that makes it clear that this vehicle belongs to the good guys. I make no apologies for choosing the latter. The Batmobiles were not a conscious inspiration when I designed Yagu, but it is not surprising that it has been described as something that Batman would drive because both Bruce Wayne and the users of Yagu are people without any actual superpowers but who are out fighting crime using the advanced technology at their disposal. If I can help them to assume that identity of a positive force for good then I am happy to do so and don't feel that this is either trivialising nor glamourising the important, noble, and dangerous job that our society is sending them out to do.

both Bruce Wayne and the users of Yagu are fighting crime using the advanced technology at their disposal

This isn't the only reason that we put effort into the appearance of our vehicles. There is also an internal factor - what it says about Plasan, and yes, a marketing element. Would Yagu have generated so much buzz and positive feedback if it had not looked like it does? Had it just been some sheets of the same advanced composite armour simply flat-pressed and bolted onto the Wildcat tube frame would it have achieved such wide exposure? Would you have read this article?

Nir Kahn is the Director of Design for Plasan and has been responsible for vehicle design in the company for over 16 years, including the design of the Navistar MaxxPro MRAP, Oshkosh M-ATV, and the Plasan SandCat.