- The system provides C2 for up to 12 firing units of shoulder-launched air defence weapons
- Development of the system was completed in 2016 and has been ordered by the Russian Army
Radiozavod showcased the latest version of its man-portable air defence (MANPAD) command-and-control (C2) system at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) 2017 in Abu Dhabi. The system provides C2 for up to 12 firing units of shoulder-launched air defence weapons. It consists of three levels of equipment of decreasing capability for a platoon commander, three section commanders, and nine gunners.
The platoon commander has a tablet computer on which is displayed the local air defence picture provided by a superior headquarters and local sensors.
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