Rosoboronexport Starts Promoting 15 New Russian Military Products To The Global Market, Here Are The Details!

Rosoboronexport Starts Promoting 15 New Russian Military Products To The Global Market, Here Are The Details!
Rosoboronexport Starts Promoting 15 New Russian Military Products To The Global Market

International Military - Rosoboronexport, part of the Rostec State Corporation, begins promoting 15 new Russian products to its export catalog. This widens the range of weapons and military equipment being promoted on the global market.

These new products, said Rosoboronexport (ROE), were made in 2022 and are now starting to be marketed. “In 2022, Rosoboronexport has launched a global marketing campaign for 15 new military products developed and manufactured in Russia. Its export catalog includes products for the Air Force, Navy, Army, Air Defense Forces, as well as countermeasures for UAVs," said Director General of Rosoboronexport Alexander Mikheev.

Among the new products are the Orlan-30 drone, Ballista remote control weapons station module, Chukavin sniper rifle, UAV countermeasures system, new underwater weapons, communications equipment, training simulators, motorized and armored vehicles.

These new Russian equipment and weapons have received their export permits to be presented by ROE at international defense exhibitions and in meetings with partner countries.

ROE explained, the Orlan-30 developed and produced by the Specialized Technology Center is a further evolution of the Orlan-10 UAV which is well known on the world market and has proven its capabilities in real combat conditions.

The Orlan-30 is intended for aerial reconnaissance, search, detection and recognition of objects in the visible or infrared range. Additionally, when equipped with a mission payload, it provides target designation for precision-guided weapons to engage fixed and mobile targets day and night.

The Ballista remote control weapon station is designed to be mounted on an armored personnel carrier. It is equipped with a 30 mm automatic cannon and coaxial 7.62 mm machine gun and two ATGMs. The station is equipped with a combined sight that integrates a TV camera, thermal imager and laser rangefinder capable of detecting and identifying targets day and night. In addition, Ballista is equipped with a spare sight, which significantly increases its combat capabilities.

Then there is the BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) with a new remote control weapon station. The system was developed by parent company High Precision Systems. The vehicle was unveiled at the Rostec exhibition at the Army-2022 International Military and Technical Forum.

The BMP-3 is equipped with a 100 mm gun/launcher, a 30 mm automatic cannon and a 7.62 mm machine gun. The IFV is capable of providing fire support to infantry troops and providing enhanced protection.

In 2022, ROE is adding new drone countermeasures to its export catalog. Among others is the RB-504P-E electronic warfare system. The device is capable of providing highly effective detection, identification and direction finding of UAVs, as well as jamming their navigation and control links.

ROE has also begun promoting a modernized simulator developed by a Rostec subsidiary to train crews of the Il-78MK-90A tanker and Il-76MD-90A(E) military transport aircraft.

In addition, the company has the opportunity to offer foreign partners a new automatic artillery fire control system, radio signal monitoring system, heliborne ground surveillance radar system, K-5350 motorized vehicle with protected cab, Podlet-K1KE radar station, equipment communications and small arms, ROE said in a press release.

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