Monday, March 4, 2024

Belarus develops remote controlled anti-tank system

SFTUE «BELSPETSVNESHTECHNIKA» has released details of its self-propelled robotized anti-tank missile system «Bogomol» (Mantis).

The new Mantis remote controlled anti-tank system displayed during MILEX 2017 exhibition in Minsk.  Self-propelled robotized anti-tank missile system «BOGOMOL» is designed for twenty-four-hour destruction of fortified ground targets, tanks, armored vehicles and hovered helicopters in automated mode.

According to Chief Designer Andrey Anisimov, the self-propelled robotized anti-tank missile system «BOGOMOL» is designed for twenty-four-hour destruction of fortified ground targets, tanks, armored vehicles and hovered helicopters in automated mode.

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Main tactical and technical characteristics of «BOGOMOL»:

Parameters

Values

Height in combat position

1700 mm

Full unladen weight with fuel reserve for 100 km travel and 24 hours of continuous operation, not more than

800 kg

Cross-country speed, not less than

5 km/h

Vehicle-carried ATGM ammunition set

4 pcs

ATGM guidance to target

automatic, using laser beam

Distance of engagement of fortified ground targets, tanks, armored vehicles and hovered helicopters in automated mode, up to

4000 m

Passive twenty-four-hour detection (at meteorological range of visibility ≥10 km) at the distance of up to
ground target 2х2 m

5000 m

body-shaped target

2000 m

ATGM launch while target is at launch line

automated (by operator’s command or self-contained)

Evaluation of target position relatively to launch area

automatic, passive

Search of ground targets in given sector

automated twenty-four-hour search with automatic detection of located objects

SPATMS «BOGOMOL» is based on self-propelled remotely controlled tracked mini-chassis able to move on a cross-country terrain.

SPATMS «BOGOMOL» comprises self-propelled robotized combat vehicle and automated work station for operator controlling robotized combat vehicle wirelessly at the distance up to 300 m.

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