T-14 armata tank can be operated by remote control
The T-14 Armata tank has recently been tested via remote control. In which its crew sitting far away has run this tank well by remote control. Due to the remote control, the crew of this tank will be safe outside the range of hundreds of liters of fuel and tanks. Indeed, it is often seen that a short circuit or negligence leads to a fire in the fuel or explosives of the tank and the crew has to bear the brunt of it. However, neither the enemy’s anti-tank missiles nor any accident will pose any threat to these drivers while operating this tank from a distance.
Can target tanks without enemies without crew
Quoting military construction sources, Russian news agency Sputnik said that the T-14 Armata tank in the battlefield is capable of finding and destroying its targets without the presence of the crew. During this test the T-14 successfully wrecked its targets. This is the first time in Russia’s military history when a crew sitting far away has tested a tank operating through remote control. After which it is being said that the gunner of this tank can sit away from the enemy’s area and target them. This can prevent the loss of life during the war.
Can lock multiple targets at once
The Fire Control System (FCS) of Russia’s T-14 Armata tank has a digital catalog. Through which the special signature of enemy tanks, armored vehicles and helicopters can be detected. Through the onboard computing facilities of the Artificial Intelligence Elements machine, this tank is able to independently find its target. After recognizing multiple targets simultaneously, this tank can fire on its torget on a priority basis. Russian media claims that no other tank with such capability is with any country.
How dangerous is the t-14 armata tank
The T-14 Armata Tank is the main battle tank (MBT) of the Russian Army. Running at a top speed of 80 km per hour, the tank weighs about 55 tons. This tank was first built in 2015. Since then, these tanks have been displayed several times in the parade of the Russian Army. The Russian Armata is considered a Next Generation tank. This tank is equipped with a 125 mm Smoothbor cannon, which is capable of firing shells at the rate of 10 to 12 rounds per minute. An anti-aircraft missile can also be fired from this tank, which is capable of shooting down enemy low flying objects such as helicopters or small drones. So far only 20 units of this tank have been built. However, the Russian Army is also using the updated version T-15 Armata.
Russia deploys deadly terminator tank
Russia has deployed its unmistakable target BMPT-72 terminator tank in the Baltic Sea amid growing tensions with the US. The tank is capable of firing shells as well as enemy helicopters and low speed aircraft. These tanks are deployed in the Central Military District of Russia. This tank is made by the Russian company Uralvagonzavod. Known as the Terminator, this tank provides close support to its other companion tanks and Ordered Fighting Vehicles during battle in the urban area. Due to which enemies, helicopters, drones or other airplanes flying at low altitude are not able to target. The BMPT-72 tank was first displayed at the Russian Arms Expo in 2013.
Terminator showed its strength in Syria
The terminator tank is a combat proof weapon. That is, the mastery of this tank has been proved even in the battle field. Russia deployed it to the war-torn regions of Syria in 2017. The tank appeared in those pictures when Syrian President Bashar Assad met Russian Chief of General General Valery Gerasimov at Syria’s Hemmim Airport. The major weapons of the Terminator tank include a 130 mm Ataka-30 missile launcher with two 30 mm 2 A42 auto-cannons. Whereas, the other weapons of this tank are two 30 mm AG-17D grenade launchers and 7.62 mm PKTM machine guns. This tank is built on the chassis of Russia’s famous T-72 main battle tank. T-72 tanks are used in many countries around the world, including Russia-India. There are many countries, including India, who also manufacture this tank in their own country under license.