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Nerehta AUGV


Armed Unmanned Ground Vehicle


Russia | 2011



"The Nerehta AUGV supplies the modern Russian Army with an unmanned infantry support vehicle capable of advancing with ground elements."



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The future battlefield looks to be robot-driven and Russian ground forces appear to be moving in that direction quicker than most. The "Nerehta" AUGV (Armed, Unmanned Ground Vehicle) is evidence of this - appearing as a remote-operator-driven, track-and-wheel battlefield infantry support vehicle. The type has been featured in Russian war games to date (2018) and adds an interesting element within existing modern Russian infantry doctrine. The vehicle is manufactured by the Degtyarev Plant of Russia and was first demonstrated in 2016. Testing of the product ensued in 2017 by Russian ground forces. It was further demonstrated at Army 2018.

The vehicle is of relatively compact form with an overall length of 2.5 meters, a width of 1.6 meters and a height of 900 meters. Its weight reaches 1,700 kilograms while its payload capacity is set around 700 kilograms. The vehicle sports the general appearance of a small tank, with its track-and-wheel arrangement seen on both sides of a low-profile hull. There are four double-tired road wheels to a hull side with the drive fitted aft and the track idler at front. Two track return rollers are used. Over center of the hull roof is a trainable, traversing weapons mount which sports a single (optional) 12.7mm Kord Heavy Machine Gun (HMG), Kalashnikov 7.62mm Medium Machine Gun (MMG) or 30mm AG-30M Automatic Grenade Launcher (AGL). For the transport role, this fitting is removed to make space for externally-mounted cargo. An operator is required for the proper battlefield function of this system and range of the remote-control is approximately 20,000 meters (extendable by way of mast assembly). Drive power is provided for by electric motors.

The Nerehta has been developed to take on a multitude of modern battlefield roles including general reconnaissance, artillery spotting/support, cargo transportation, and basic infantry fire support. its compact size certainly makes a good fit for lighter-armed elements such as airborne troopers and will most likely be a part of Russian Airborne in the near-future. The tank can also serve Army elements in urban fighting rather well. Its effectiveness on the battlefield will only be proven (or disproven) in time.

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Power & Performance
Those special qualities that separate one land system design from another. Performance specifications presented assume optimal operating conditions for the Nerehta AUGV Armed Unmanned Ground Vehicle.
1 x Electric motor arrangement with track-and-wheel configuration.
Installed Power
20 mph
32 kph
Road Speed
12 miles
20 km
Range
Structure
The physical qualities of the Nerehta AUGV Armed Unmanned Ground Vehicle.
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(UNMANNED)
Crew
8.2 ft
2.5 meters
O/A Length
5.2 ft
1.6 meters
O/A Width
3.0 ft
0.9 meters
O/A Height
3,748 lb
1,700 kg | 1.9 tons
Weight
Armament & Ammunition
Available supported armament, ammunition, and special-mission equipment featured in the design of the Nerehta AUGV Armed Unmanned Ground Vehicle.
OPTIONAL:
1 x 12.7mm Heavy Machine Gun (HMG) OR 1 x 7.62mm Kalashnikov Medium Machine Gun (MMG) OR 1 x 30mm AGS-30M Automatic Grenade Launcher (AGL).

ALTERNATIVE:
700kg payload possible in lieu of weapons mounting.
AMMUNITION:
Not Available. Dependent upon armament fit as well.
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT:
Nightvision - UNKNOWN.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Protection (CBRN) - NONE.
Variants
Notable series variants as part of the Nerehta AUGV family line.
Nerehta - Base Series Name; modular for various battlefield roles including infantry support, recon, and cargo transport.
Operators
Global customers who have evaluated and/or operated the Nerehta AUGV. Nations are displayed by flag, each linked to their respective national land systems listing.

Total Production: 25 Units

Contractor(s): Open Joint-Stock Company VA (Degtyarev Plant) - Russia
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Image of the Nerehta AUGV
Image from the Russian Ministry of Defense.

Design Qualities
Some designs are single-minded in their approach while others offer a more versatile solution to battlefield requirements.
INFANTRY SUPPORT
RECONNAISSANCE
UTILITY
SPECIAL PURPOSE
TRACK-AND-WHEEL DRIVE
Recognition
Some designs stand the test of time while others are doomed to never advance beyond the drawing board; let history be their judge.
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