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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  max steel on Fri Sep 18, 2015 11:39 pm

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    Honestly, regardless of the accuracy of the article, things are getting weird... Suspect

    US Fears Russia Building Drone Sub That Can Blow Up American Coastal Cities''

    http://sputniknews.com/military/20150908/1026746357.html

    Cheap hysteria-generating propaganda.   As if Russia's maneuverable warheads can be intercepted by any ABM the use has deployed.
    We are back to the 1950s and soon poor, dear US children will be hiding under desks.

    US is developing prompt global strike - so relying on ICBMs is also risky, enough number can be disabled before launching retaliatory strike combined with ABMs can make Russia's response in area of "acceptable damage". Then we get to 3 WW.

    Besides maintenance costs of  hundreds of applied missiles. No this subs is kinda equivalent of nuked cruise missiles in Germany, Poland or Latvia. And yes when US kids will spend more time under tables maybe they learn to value peace more then today when US seems to be safe-heaven .








    S-500 will enter service well before US actually achieve its dream of PGS. usa sole weapon for PGS are those hypersonic gliders and darpa glider failed all the tests so far.
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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  kvs on Sat Sep 19, 2015 2:49 am

    I am not seeing the overwhelming effect of PGS on Russia's ICBMs. Much like any first strike attempt, it requires that Russia's defense systems
    and command and control be compromised in a catastrophic way that it cannot launch in the 30 minute window before US warheads reach their
    targets.

    Roving robotic mines are a security measure that makes the US elites stain their undies. Even if they could somehow infiltrate Russia
    and sabotage its counterstrike capacity, these drones would impose very high costs on Washington and its imperial ambitions. The US
    hysterics over such systems simply confirms this thesis.
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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  George1 on Mon Oct 05, 2015 9:39 am

    Russia Develops New Hybrid Warfare Drone System

    Russia's defense industry has developed a new drone system which allows direct control from command points to enhance 'network-centric warfare' capabilities.

    Russia's newest unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are to be equipped with a new system adapted to 'hybrid warfare' that has been developed by Rostec's United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (OPK), the company's general director Sergei Sokov told RIA Novosti.

    The new system allows for an exchange of information between command posts and individual UAVs in real time without a ground-based intermediary, allowing for a quicker response time, according to Sokov. The new system is being implemented on the Korsar reconnaissance UAV currently undergoing flight tests.

    "OPK has completed work on on-board radio-electronic equipment created in the spirit of the context of 'network-centric warfare.' This innovative system is a base for building unmanned aerial vehicles, which could be integrated int modern automated battle control systems," Sokov told RIA Novosti at the Ministry of Defense Innovation Day expo.

    Sokov added that the system includes an unplatformed inertial navigation system, an onboard recording system and a software-defined radio system. The onboard radio-electronic equipment developed by OPK is universal and can be installed on any type of UAV.

    Network-centric warfare is a military doctrine oriented toward elevating military capability through information and communications dominance and unifying battle participants into a single network. The doctrine is considered to be part of what is called hybrid warfare.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20151005/1028024353/russia-develops-hybrid-warfare-drone.html#ixzz3ng1ZPwG5


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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Fri Oct 16, 2015 10:36 am

    From http://nevskii-bastion.ru/



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    The Russian Navy thinking about nuclear submarine robot

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Wed Feb 24, 2016 2:54 pm

    The Russian Navy thinking about nuclear submarine robot


    http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20160224/1379678441.html

    The Navy of Russia will consider the possibility of building nuclear submarines-robots with dramatically reduced through automation of ship systems number of crew. About it "Lenta.ru" has informed a source in the defense industry.

    "It is not necessary to build the boat completely revolutionary, as was the case for the 705-km project, which used innovative reactor with liquid metal coolant, and highly automated equipment, and a number of other innovations, including the case of titanium alloys, and all been combined in a very compact volume, — said the source. — A more rational path is to create a submarine-robot normal for this class of displacement on the basis of proven technical solutions with increased automation. The crew of this submarine may be reduced to 50-55, and later to 30-40 persons".



    Well not a drone but highly automated sun. just wondering if this is contunation of 2015 news:



    The Russian Navy will receive a new "underwater fighter" and "the killer of aircraft carriers"
    https://lenta.ru/news/2015/07/03/submarine/

    As reported RIA Novosti, the construction of a head nuclear submarine of the new generation planned to start in 2017-2018. Experts believe that the future submarines will be able to replace the fleet of submarines of project 949А, built in 1980-1990-ies, and the new "underwater fighter" in the 2020s, will replace the multi-purpose submarines of project 971, 945 and 671РТМ.
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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  George1 on Wed Feb 24, 2016 6:05 pm

    Down Bubble! Russian Navy Mulls Futuristic Nuclear Robot Sub

    The Russian Navy is mulling the creation of robotic nuclear submarines, Lenta.ru news portal reported citing a defense industry source in Moscow.

    “We spent twenty years using the Lira (Project 705) subs during the 1970s through 1990s… It was a very promising project but it was eventually shelved due to the abundance of new technological ideas simultaneously implemented in one boat,” Lenta.ru quoted the unnamed source as saying.

    According to the specialist, the Soviet Project 705 submarines never really happened because they were too hi-tech to service.

    Even though their crews were cut down to just 32 hands (compared with 70 on similar class subs) and that none of them ever suffered any mishap, technologically they were not safe enough.

    Project 705 was a real breakthrough using a revolutionary liquid-metal-core reactor, featuring a very high degree of automation and boasting a titanium hull.

    Building such submarines today is no longer a priority though, as the future belongs to robotic subs with a normal displacement.

    “The crew of such a sub could be down to 50 or 55 people and could ultimately be reduced to between 30 and 40,” the source said.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20160224/1035277660/russia-robot-sub.html#ixzz416d14Hfz


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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  George1 on Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:42 am

    Russia to develop subsea robots for drilling operations in Arctic

    Russia plans to tap Arctic fields using marine robots, which will be part of under-ice and subsea drilling system

    MOSCOW, June 8. /TASS/. Russia’s Rubin Design Bureau is developing a preliminary design of unmanned submersibles to support construction and operation of drilling facilities in the Arctic Region, General Designer of Rubin Igor Vilnit told TASS on Wednesday.

    These vehicles will be part of under-ice and subsea drilling system, Vilnit said.

    "Subsea vehicles developed as part of the project are planned to perform exploration and survey work on the soil and in depth of the ocean as required during the drilling facility construction and will support safety during its operation," he added.

    A subsea robotized system for security of the Arctic sea and offshore areas is under development in Russia, Vilnit said

    "An integrated robotized system intended for security of lengthy sea areas and continental shelf areas is at the proactive development phase," Vilnit said.

    Russia plans to tap Arctic fields using marine robots, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said earlier.


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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sun Jun 12, 2016 12:21 pm

    From Rubin´s yearly report for 2015


    A wide range of tasks for the development of the World ocean contributes to the growing interest in the creation of a specialized marine equipment. One of the most intensively developing trends in this area the creation of robotic systems and systems based on unmanned underwater vehicles for the solution search, inspection, research and many other tasks. In a relatively short period from the beginning of the design Bureau of advanced robotic systems Autonomous underwater vehicles, we performed a large amount of work in various areas. Created complex mobile Autonomous underwater vehicle "Juno", designed to perform survey and search missions. The main feature of this complex is its mobility, allowing it to carry out its operational application in the required area. Simultaneously with the complex AUV "Juno", a complex of Autonomous underwater vehicle "Kalvesin-2R-PM" with increased autonomy and the depth of immersion. This complex in addition to performing surveillance and search functions solves the problem of the research study of the World ocean in the deep sea. A prototype AUV "Harpsichord-2R-PM" at the present time is manufactured and goes through the stage of preliminary tests.

    In the active phase of creation is more complex robotic system, designed to protect a stretch of sea areas and of areas of the continental shelf. Another perspective for the Bureau of direction is the integration of remotely operated underwater vehicles.





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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Wed Jul 13, 2016 7:34 pm

    The Russian Navy will receive ten underwater robots
    Photo report: Russian Navy will receive 10 underwater robots "Marlin 350"



    https://rg.ru/2016/07/13/vmf-rossii-poluchit-desiat-podvodnyh-robotov.html



    Until the end of 2017 search and rescue forces of the Navy of Russia will receive ten of the latest remotely operated unmanned underwater vehicles "Marlin 350", able to perform tasks at a depth of over 300 metres. About it "RG" told in the press service and information of the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation.



    Photo: Press service of the Ministry of defense of the Russian Federation
    Russian submarine rescue successfully tested

    "Apparatus of this class, the Russian Navy plans to use in search and rescue operations, particularly for search and inspection of emergency submarines. In addition, the device can be used to install sonar markers and lifting of items seized manipulator", - the press service of the defense Ministry.

    "Marlin 350" is equipped with six thrusters, four horizontal and located at the vector diagram. Thanks to the original technical solution of control system construction, and the use of modern element base, the unit is easy to move under water. It can also rotate on one spot and quickly pull back.




    To communicate underwater and surface module applies an opto-electrical cable. The data transmission system is constructed in such a way that allows you to connect a variety of additional sensors and special equipment for underwater work and search.

    When conducting search and rescue specialists of the Navy will be able to install "Marlin 350" extra high resolution camera (Full HD), multi-beam sonar, altimeter sonar of the circular review, system of submarine navigation, a single-stage manipulator and other auxiliary equipment.

    "The main advantage "Marlin 350" is its high mobility, which is largely achieved by the ability to use this device from the vessel of any type. It is rapidly deployable, easy to operate system, which is important under strict standards of search and rescue operations", - stressed in the defense Ministry.

    Note that the underwater robot developed and produced by the Russian company from domestic components. Its tests have confirmed all the inherent characteristics and compliance with the technical requirements of the Russian Navy.



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    Russia developing robot able to imitate any submarine

    Post  Austin on Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:52 pm

    Russia developing robot able to imitate any submarine

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    http://tass.com/defense/917035



    This submarine imitator provides for up to 15-16 hours of naval exercises, reproducing an enemy submarine’s maneuvering, including at high speed


    MOSCOW, December 6. /TASS/. Specialists of Russia’s Rubin Central Design Bureau for Marine Engineering have developed a conceptual design of a seaborne robotized system called Surrogat for holding naval exercises, the design bureau’s press office told TASS on Tuesday.

    Currently negotiations are under way with the Navy on this project, the press office said.

    Surrogat is equipped with a lithium-ion battery. This submarine imitator provides for up to 15-16 hours of naval exercises, reproducing an enemy submarine’s maneuvering, including at high speed, over this time.

    The robot’s relatively large size (about 17 meters long) and the ability to carry towed sonar arrays for various applications will help realistically reproduce an enemy submarine’s physical fields - acoustic and electromagnetic, the Rubin design bureau said.

    The imitator’s modular design allows changing its functionality: Surrogat will be able to imitate both a conventional and a nuclear-powered submarine, and also to carry out terrain mapping and reconnaissance.

    "Today, combat submarines have to be involved for exercises or tests and this practice distracts them from carrying out their basic missions. The use of an unmanned imitator will help avoid this and cut the cost of drills. Besides, a submarine without a crew reduces risks while keeping simulated scenarios realistic," Rubin CEO Igor Vilnit told TASS.

    "This apparatus will be distinguished by its simplicity in operation and the low cost of its maintenance and upgrade. Now we’re holding consultations with Navy representatives to make the imitator fully meet the Navy’s requirements," he said.

    The Rubin design bureau also does not rule out that foreign customers may display interest in Surrogat.

    The autonomous unmanned submarine Surrogat will have a displacement of about 40 tons, a cruising range of about 600 miles at a speed of 5 knots, a maximum speed of over 24 knots and the maximum immersion depth of 600 meters.

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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  George1 on Wed Dec 07, 2016 7:51 am

    Russia developing robot able to imitate any submarine

    This submarine imitator provides for up to 15-16 hours of naval exercises, reproducing an enemy submarine’s maneuvering, including at high speed


    MOSCOW, December 6. /TASS/. Specialists of Russia’s Rubin Central Design Bureau for Marine Engineering have developed a conceptual design of a seaborne robotized system called Surrogat for holding naval exercises, the design bureau’s press office told TASS on Tuesday.

    Currently negotiations are under way with the Navy on this project, the press office said.

    Surrogat is equipped with a lithium-ion battery. This submarine imitator provides for up to 15-16 hours of naval exercises, reproducing an enemy submarine’s maneuvering, including at high speed, over this time.

    The robot’s relatively large size (about 17 meters long) and the ability to carry towed sonar arrays for various applications will help realistically reproduce an enemy submarine’s physical fields - acoustic and electromagnetic, the Rubin design bureau said.

    The imitator’s modular design allows changing its functionality: Surrogat will be able to imitate both a conventional and a nuclear-powered submarine, and also to carry out terrain mapping and reconnaissance.

    "Today, combat submarines have to be involved for exercises or tests and this practice distracts them from carrying out their basic missions. The use of an unmanned imitator will help avoid this and cut the cost of drills. Besides, a submarine without a crew reduces risks while keeping simulated scenarios realistic," Rubin CEO Igor Vilnit told TASS.

    "This apparatus will be distinguished by its simplicity in operation and the low cost of its maintenance and upgrade. Now we’re holding consultations with Navy representatives to make the imitator fully meet the Navy’s requirements," he said.

    The Rubin design bureau also does not rule out that foreign customers may display interest in Surrogat.

    The autonomous unmanned submarine Surrogat will have a displacement of about 40 tons, a cruising range of about 600 miles at a speed of 5 knots, a maximum speed of over 24 knots and the maximum immersion depth of 600 meters.


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    Re: Underwater Drones of the Russian Navy

    Post  George1 on Sun Aug 27, 2017 2:25 am

    JSC Central Design Bureau of Marine Engineering "Rubin" (St. Petersburg) presented mock-ups of unmanned unmanned underwater vehicles (ANPA) "Amulet" and "Juno" at the International Military Technical Forum "Army-2017".






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