An interesting article on the Ansat 2RC. Snippets below. Full article had a bit more info.
This is very much an early version of the helicopter whose configuration is almost certain to change as it develops.
This helicopter has a conventional gunship layout. The pilot seated in the rear and gunner at the front. The helicopter is fitted with nose-mounted optical and infra-red sensors. These sensors can operate in day/night and adverse weather conditions with limited vision. According to manufacturer’s specifications, can carry up to 1,300 kg of weapons and stores on four pylons under short wings in addition to a single fixed machine gun – the 12.7 mm Kord – installed at the starboard side. this ‘two crew’ helicopter is a ‘third seat’ in the rear part of the fuselage, accessed by a small door on the port side. Although the position is equipped with a support for light caliber weapons, it is intended to be for emergency use only, for such things as evacuating downed aircrew
two Russian companies are designing alternatives – Klimov in St Petersburg with its VK-800V, and Salyut in Moscow with its TV-500A.
S-5 rocket pod & extra fuel tank
UV-26 chaff/ flare dispensers
electro-optical TOES-521 turret with thermo-vision camera and laser rangefinder
L166V-11E Ispanka microwave IR jammer
There is a small door with observation window at the rear of the fuselage. It gives acess to avionics compartment. However it seems that in case of emergency this helicopter has a capability to carry one or two passengers during a combat rescue. The Russian Mi-28 attack helicopter also has got this capability.