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The total net income of the enterprises that are part of Ukroboronprom state concern in 2016 increased by 31.2% compared to 2015, to UAH 28.3 billion, the press service of the state concern has told Interfax-Ukraine.
The financial result from operating activities for the year amounted to UAH 2.344 billion.
The volume of investments used for production of new equipment at the expense of the member enterprises' working capital amounted to UAH 684 million.
At present, participants in Ukroboronprom, created by the president decree in December 2010, are 112 enterprises of the Ukrainian defense industry, including Ukrspecexport and its subsidiaries. Another 21 enterprises of the state concern are located in the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea and Donetsk and Luhansk regions that are not controlled by Ukraine.
According to the previously announced data, in 2015 the total net profit of the enterprises that are part of Ukroboronprom amounted to UAH 1.626 billion, while in 2014 their total net loss amounted to UAH 348 million.
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Looks like two types of radar homing head (for e.g. AAM)
It is intended for the acquisition of an air-to-air missile of the R27R1 type, used as part of the armament complex for MIG-29 and SU-27 aircraft.
- capture targets in the altitude range of 0.02-25 km with a maximum exceeding 10 km at a target speed of up to 3,500 km / h and an overload of 8 units;
- target capture range with EPR -3m2 - 25 km;
- time of inertial guidance with radio correction at the maximum distance from the carrier to 25 km - 30 s;
- simultaneous launch of two missiles for two purposes;
- the formation of the law governing the missile on the inertial section and in the homing mode;
- readiness to use in 2 seconds after receiving the target designation from the SUV carrier type MIG-29, SU-27.
- Case diameter, mm - 219;
- Length from the nose of the fairing, mm - 1173;
- Weight, kg, not more than - 33.5.
Ukroboronprom state concern will present the promising developments of the Ukrainian defense industry at the 13th International Defense Industry Exhibition IDEF 2017, which will be held in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 9-12, the press service of the state concern has said.
According to the report, visitors at the exhibition will be able to familiarize with the portable missile grenade launcher presented to potential customers for the first time, prospective armored vehicles, in particular, BTR-3E1, Dozor-B, BM-Oplot, missile, artillery and small arms.
In addition, Ukraine will present a sample of the new Phantom tactical unmanned ground vehicle equipped with Barrier anti-tank guided weapons. The Ukrainian robotics for the first time presented to a broad international audience at the IDEX 2017 international defense exhibition in Abu Dhabi (the UAE) in February caused increased interest from specialists and journalists.
According to the press service, 15 enterprises and five special exporters of Ukroboronprom will take part in IDEF 2017.
The IDEF International Defense Industry Exhibition is one of the ten largest world's arms exhibitions. According to the organizers, about 300 defense companies from 50 countries are expected to participate in IDEF 2017.
In case the Ministry of Defense and other law enforcement agencies of Ukraine make the order, “UkrOboronProm” is ready to offer rapid mass modernization of Ukrainian tanks by installing modern equipment and weapons. UOP specialists developed 12 modernization types of main battle tanks for Ukrainian defenders, covering most efficient options for improving combat characteristics of the given vehicles.
In the framework of tank preparation, specialists of SE “Kharkov Armored Plant” equipped each fighting vehicle with thermal imaging surveillance devices of Ukrainian production for all crew members: commander, gunner and driver. These devices were manufactured by “Trimen-Ukraine” and “UaRpa”, which are permanently cooperating with the State Concern in the program of import substitution and the joining of Ukrainian manufacturers to the military-industrial complex of Ukraine. This program was launched in 2014 to replace Russian components and includes hundreds of companies across the Ukraine, all forms of ownership.
Thermal imaging devices – installed on the T-64BV – do not require changes in the design of the tank and are installed on a regular fixture and are connected to the tank electricity supply without changes. Due to high quality components, they have high resistance to light interference, enhancing work under difficult conditions; they are not sensitive to exposure even when enemy’s using special interference in the IR. Commander and gunner devices are integrated to fire management system, providing detection, identification and destruction of the enemy at a distance of 1.5 km.
The batch of T-64BV is equipped with a GPS system of by the UOP SE “Orizon-Navigation”. Such systems are installed on all new combat vehicles, manufactured by UOP enterprises: BTR-3, BTR-4, “Dozor-B” etc.
This navigation system operates in automated digital system, allowing “online” exchange of encrypted data. Data on the location of each vehicle can be sent to the commanders of all levels, from platoon commander to the management of all military operations.
New digital radio “Lybid-K 2RB” – providing protected connection from interference and interception of communications at distances up to 70 kilometers – were also installed on the tanks. These radios were manufactured by the Kyiv enterprise “Dolya & Co. Ltd “.
During the competition “The Strong Europe Tank Challenge”, armored crews will demonstrate their skills during the offensive and defensive operations to perform special tasks to destroy conventional enemy, complex maneuvers and field equipment repair.
According to the organizers of the competition, “The Strong Europe Tank Challenge” aims to strengthen military partnership, promoting interoperability of NATO and partner countries, providing an environment for sharing tactics, techniques and procedures.
Ukraine's state-run Ukroboronprom Concern has prepared another batch of T-80 tanks for the highly mobile landing troops of Ukraine, according to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
Another batch of T-80 tanks will be sent for the highly mobile landing troops of Ukraine to the front line! We keep working to strengthen our defense potential," the president wrote on Facebook.
The posted video shows a tank with a 125 mm caliber cannon, a maximum speed of 70 kilometers per hour, and a combat weight of 44.5 tonnes.
how much ukraine defence export?
what are there products