Robotized system "Whistle" has successfully passed the first firing tests
The first field tests of robotized system "Whistle" developed by specialists of LLC BSVT-New Technologies took place at one of the Belarusian military ranges on October 14-15, 2020. The System was introduced this May at the parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War.
The fire control systems and other combat capabilities of the unmanned vehicle were tested.
The combat robot was created as an initiative and is an unmanned ground-based low-observable combat vehicle equipped with a rotating platform with a set of 18 guiding tubes for 57 mm unguided aircraft rockets S-5. The System is designed for effective fire from place at enemy manpower, armored and unarmored targets.
Optronic station “Grach” and data processing system using artificial intelligence enables “Whistle” system to detect targets at the distance of up to 3500 meters. In this case, the system independently calculates elevation angle, fire direction and many other parameters. High maneuverability and cross-country capability of the robotized system ensure operation in severe terrain environment as well as in all weather conditions.
The combat robot is remotely controlled via encrypted radio channel with a patented electronic counter-countermeasure technology.