|Manufacturer:||Singapore Technologies Kinetics Ltd - STK|
|Name:||Remote controlled weapon station|
Lightweight and stabilised for better accuracy, ST Kinetics' ADDER range of RWS can be mounted on tracked or wheeled armoured fighting or logistics vehicles. Remotely operated below deck or from a control console, the ADDER provides protection for the operator as it is operated below deck. The ADDER range includes variants mounted with various weapon combinations to meet different user needs.
- Dual and single weapon variants
- Can be mounted on a wide variety of vehicles
- Allows operation under protection
- Day / Night operation
- Stabilised and video track for better accuracy
ST Kinetics’ Remote Control Weapon Station (RCWS) is a remotely operated two-axis stabilized weapon system. The
versatile system provides the gunner with enhanced target engagement whether the platform is stationary or on the move. The RCWS is available in either single or dual weapon configuration. The wide range of weapons that may be mounted include the 7.62mm Coaxial, CIS 50MG and the CIS 40AGL.
Equipped with advanced sightings and video tracking to enhance target engagement regardless whether the platform or the target is stationary or on the move.
Compact Sensor Unit with a CCD day camera and cooled thermal imager enables the gunner to operate the system in day and night operations.
The specially mounted Sensor Unit enables the gunner to maintain his line-of-sight with the target especially when the weapon is in super-elevation angle.
Video and audio recorder allows recording and playback of footage recorded by the gunner.
Modularity of the electronics and control units allows flexible installation.
The weapon station allows inhibit zones for firing and motion to be defined by gunner or by default.
Integrated Round Counter enables the gunner to access the remaining number of ammunition for target engagement.
Multiple settable target reference points allow rapid slewing of the weapon station to the pre-designated surveillance points.
The weapon station permits automatic scanning for surveillance purposes.
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