October 2018. "Arms and Security - 2018"


December 2015. Secretary of NSDC of Ukraine have visited manufacturing facilities of “Aerotechnica-MLT”.


May-June 2014. Implementation of Automatic dependent surveillance – broadcast (ADS-B) procedures.


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Tel: +380445911575
Fax: +380445911576
E-mail: marketing@aerotechnica.ua;

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Automated systems

Mobile Automated Control Post (C2 system) “MODULE”


Mobile Automated Control Post (C2 system) “MODULE” is the basic component of Automated System of reception, processing and transmitting of radar data. Is designed to provide automated collation, processing and displaying of data from radar positions (primary and secondary, analogue and digital) and radio height finders; transmitting of processed and integrated information about air situation to the high-leveled Command Posts.


  • Module design principle;
  • Unification of hardware, data processing tools and facilities;
  • Flexibility of structure;
  • Capability of connection and usage in automatic mode of different types of radar data sources - from "old fashioned" analogue radar positions to modern (existing and prospective) digital radars;
  • Easy upgradeability and extendibility according to Customer requirements.

"MODULE" integrates several separate sub-systems providing different functions of data handling: collation, processing, displaying, transmitting, recording. Unified hardware and - to a great extent - software of all sub-systems increases availability of the equipment and flexibility of its structure. The main sub-systems of "MODULE" are:

  • Data acquisition and reception sub-system, which performs automatic detection of targets from radar data. Co-ordinates and movement parameters of the detected targets are automatically measured and transmitted to the Module by Radar Extractors, installed on radar and height-finder positions;
  • Data processing and distribution sub-system, which provides processing, combining and correlation of radar data, received from different sources, and the distribution of the processed data to internal and external users. It includes Communication Server and Data Processing Server;
  • Displaying sub-system. Working Positions (WP) are used to represent information to the operational personnel and to provide access to different system functions. Number of WPs is flexible, and depends on specific functions of the CP and Customer requirements;
  • Recording sub-system, which provides recording of radar, voice and other data with replay capability;
  • Communication sub-system, providing digital operational-and-control communication.

"MODULE" is modern processing system capable to input, handle and combine data from several sources. It provides connection of virtually all types of radar stations, including old-fashioned analogue, without degradation of their technical parameters. The processed data can be used for target allocation/designation, and transmitting of control and direction commands to AD missile and fighter-interceptor units.
Moreover, usage of the Equipment improves tactical and technical characteristics of automation facilities:

  • Providing of automatic targets detection, with definition of their co-ordinates and altitude;
  • Increasing of target detection range;
  • Enhancing of co-ordinates detection accuracy;
  • Stabilizing of false-alarm rate for different clutter and noise conditions;
  • Suppression of clutter noise and weather reflections;
  • Detection of air targets in active and passive jamming, under ground and weather clutters;
  • High-speed and flexible data transmitting, adjustable according to customer requirements.

Fully automated primary radar data processing eliminates human-operator from the processing cycle, thus increasing accuracy and decreasing processing delays. This provides the possibility to split radar and CP positions to the distance preventing the affecting of the CP by homing missiles aiming to radar position, which significantly increases CP availability.


  • Automatic extraction and processing of radar data from 2-coordinates analogue radar stations;
  • Automatic (automated) extraction and processing of data from radio height-finders with analogue output;
  • Automatic reception and processing of data from the connected radar positions with digital output;
  • Automatic initiation and maintenance of target trajectories (up to 200 simultaneously);
  • Automatic correlation, combining and trajectory processing of coordinate information from all channels of the connected radar;
  • Automatic combining and correlation of trajectory information from different connected radar sources;
  • Input and processing of data from cooperating CP and other automated data sources;
  • Displaying of air situation, command and diagnostic data to the operative staff;
  • Generating and transmitting of the required information to the higher, cooperating and supported CP (ADM, FA units);
  • Generating and transmitting of commands and instructions to the subordinated radar facilities and command posts (including height-finder control commands);
  • Reception, processing, displaying and transmitting of messages about combat readiness and combat actions of the controlled and subordinated units and facilities;
  • Recording (registration) of air situation data, control commands, combat readiness messages, information about combat actions and technical state of the facilities;
  • Voice data recording;
  • Automated preparation and compilation of the reports;
  • Automated complex and independent training of combat crews;
  • Automatic online control of system functioning and online diagnostics of technical state of the equipment.


 Number of simultaneously tracked and controlled  targets (including active jammers)

200 (40)

 Operation Limits:


- coordinates (km)


- height (km)


- speed (km/h)

to 3600

 Accuracy parameters:


- coordinates (m)


- height (m)


 Height information renewal period

Corresponds to the revolution period of main radar

 Target initiation and tracking mode


 Track initiation period

3 revolution periods of the main radar

 Interfaced radar types: 


- analogue

P-18, P-14, 5N84, 5N84A, 44G6, 5N87, P-37

- digital

19G6, 35D6, 22G6, 55G6 and similar

 Interfaced radio height-finders

PRV-9, 11, 13, 16, 17

 Number of simultaneously connected radar data  sources:


- remote


- local

8 (including up to 4 height-finders)

 Number of simultaneously interfaced users

No limitations

 Data transmitting rate in the data line (bps)


 Types of interfaced automation complexes:


- Electronic Reconnaissance

68K6, 5N60, 5N93M, 5D91, 86G6, 5U69

- Air Defense Missiles

5N75, 5S99, 5N37, 73N6, 9S52, 9S52M

- Fighter Aviation


 Data Exchange protocols with interfaced facilities and  command posts 

ASTERIX; other protocols - as required by interfaced unit

 Speakerphone and Telephone Communication  Equipment

Provides operative and command speakerphone and telephone connection, and transceivers control

 Mean time between failures (MTBF) (hours)


 Power consumption (kW) 


- main equipment and facilities

Up to 2

- supplementary equipment (light, heating, conditioning)

Up to 4

 Time of deployment (hours)

Less than 1

 Time of closing down (hours)

Less than 1

 Number of transportation units


 Operating personnel:


- Engineer


- Maintenance technician


- Driver-electrician