Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET), part of State Corporation Rostec, will demonstrate helmet-mounted target designation and display gear for pilots of Mi-28NE ‘Night Hunter’ helicopters at the HeliRussia-2018 international helicopter exhibition starting on May 24 in Moscow.
"The Group will show modern components of Mi-28NE ‘Night Hunter’ helicopters developed by the Ryazan-based State Instrument-Making Factory. They include the NSTsI-V helmet-mounted target designation and display gear, which is designed to relay video information from the optical-electronic sight system and the helicopter’s optical-electronic pilotage system," TASS quotes the company’s press office as saying on Wednesday.
The company will also showcase the N-025E onboard radar designed to detect mobile and stationary targets and determine their coordinates, track up to four ground targets and spot obstacles exceeding the altitude of the helicopter’s flight.
The exhibition’s guests will also be able to view the President-S optical-electronic system of aircraft and helicopter protection developed by the Ekran R&D Institute. The system is designed to protect fixed-and rotary-wing aircraft against air-launched missiles, air defense missile systems and artillery guns.
KRET will also demonstrate the onboard system for modern helicopters of the Mi-8/17 family developed by the Ramenskoye Instrument-Making Design Bureau.