Polish manufacturer PIT-Radwar has included an opto-electronic tracking sensor as part of its OSU-35K ship weapon system. The OSU-35K naval weapon system was exhibited for the first time at at MSPO 2022 in Kielce, according to a report by Jane’s. The system is capable of engaging both naval and aerial targets with various types of ammunition.
The prototype OSU-35K is under factory trials and is scheduled to be mounted onboard the Polish navy’s mine countermeasures vessel (MCMV) ORP Albatros (602) later this year. During the factory tests, the OSU-35K engaged aerial targets at a maximum distance of 5,500 m and an altitude of up to 3,500 m, says the report. Jane’s understands that the system has demonstrated an accuracy of one-metre dispersion at a distance of 1,000 m.
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