Pro Optica "Anubis" remotely controlled weapon station displayed at BSDA 2018


The Romanian company Pro Optica based in Bucharest has developed a remotely controlled weapon station called "Anubis", in reference to an antique Egyptian god.


Romanian remotely controlled weapon station Anubis at BSDA 2018
Pro Optica "Anubis" remotely controlled weapon station displayed at BSDA 2018 (Picture source: Army Recognition)


As Andreea Leoveanu, marketing & sales maneger of Pro Optica, explained to Army Recognition, the Anubis RCWS is gyrostabilized in two axes and can accommodate either a 7.62 or a 12.7mm machine gun. It is equipped with a thermal imager, a CDD camera and an automatic fire control system. There's an easy-safe laser range finder. By night, the observation capabilities vary: detection ranges up to 6 km for a vehicle, 3 km for a human being, these distances being reduced to one-third for identification. The auto-tracking of a target and the image stabilization are optional. Another option is a ballistic protection of level 2 STANAG 4569against 7.62x39mm at 30 meters.


 

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