American Company Control solutions presents its Remote Suppressive Fire RSF System at AUSA 10410162

 
 
AUSA 2016
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Association of U.S. Army
Exhibition and Conference
3 - 5 October 2016
Washington D.C., United States
 
Control Solutions at AUSA 2016
 
 
American Company Control solutions presents its Remote Suppressive Fire RSF System at AUSA.
At AUSA 2016, the Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference which takes place in Washington D.C., the American Company Control Solutions LLC unveils new Remote Suppressive Fire (RSF) System to upgrade manual turret to remotely operated weapon station.
     
At AUSA 2016, the Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference which takes place in Washington D.C., the American Company Control Solutions LLC unveils new Remote Suppressive Fire (RSF) System to upgrade manual turret to remotely operated weapon station. The Remote Suppressive Fire System of Control Solutions at AUSA 216, Association of United States Army Exhibition and Conference, in Washington D.C., United States.
     
The Remote Suppressive Fire (RSF) system allows the crew to remotely operate the gunner station while protected inside of the armored vehicle. The RSF is a simple add-on to existing manned turrets currently in use on up-armored HMMWV’s and MRAPS. It provides critical “shoot-on-the move” suppressive fire capability and enables the gunner to be protected from high-threat scenarios such as sniper fire, artillery/mortar attacks, and IED environments.
 
When the gunner senses the need for better protection, he can move down inside the vehicle and switch to remote engagement mode by pressing a button on the control box. This locks the gun in alignment with the camera and activates the firing solenoid, camera, display, weapon stabilization, elevation drive, and joystick. The gunner then uses the joystick and trigger button to acquire and engage the target with suppressive fire.
 

The RSF is not a replacement for CROWS. Instead, the RSF fills a major capability cap between the GPK and CROWS by providing a suppressive fire capability in dangerous situations. Unlike CROWS, RSF does not require an expensive ballistic computer, laser ranging or CROWS-like precision. The RSF provides the gunner with the same functionality as a traditional manned turret but from inside the protected confines of the armored vehicle.

The RSF consists of commercial-off-the-shelf components. These “plug-and-play” components include a remote fire solenoid, gun elevation drive, day/night camera with infrared illuminator, simplified weapon stabilization, a display, and a joystick with trigger. All of these components are easily integrated into existing turrets. The RSF weapon system is simple to operate with minimal training.

The RSF system provides a major tactical advantage by allowing the gunner to deliver suppressive firepower in critical situations.
 

 

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