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Two New Unmanned Ground Systems Unveiled

Two New Unmanned Ground Systems Unveiled June 22, 2018

Belarus, introduced Bogomol and Centaur armed unmanned ground systems. The LLC BSVT company developed the systems. Systems are introduced in Minsk at Republic Day of the Country. It also has new technologies for Belarus.

Centaur equipped with two coaxial GShG 7.62 mm four barrel machine guns. It can engage air vehicles at speeds 300 km / h from 1000 meters distance. The system can be controlled from 5000 meters according to the land conditions by keeping the safety of personnel. The advanced optoelectronic systems which is used offer ease of use, high accuracy and target detection / recognition capability.

Bogomol has the ability to engage enemy tanks from 4,000 metres distances. Apart from tanks, the vehicle, which can also attack other targets moving at a speed of 75 km / h, also offers efectiveness against military fortifications. Bogomol can attack targets with a maximum speed of up to 300 km / h at 500 meters altitude. It is enough to keep the sight on the target in order to target the radio frequency controlled missile system.

Both platforms have high maneuverability and can be used in all weather conditions.

Two New Unmanned Ground Systems Unveiled

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