Parent System:Polyana-D4 Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1986 Total Production: ?
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Description: The Polyana-D4M1 is an automated command and control (C2) system developed by Roselektronika to coordinate a variety of air defense systems with different engagement ranges. For example the Polyana-D4M1 is capable of controlling simultaneously the S-300 long-range missile system, Buk-M1 medium range missile system and Tor-M1 short-range missile system. The Polyana-D4M1 has been designed to protect an area of 800 by 800 square kilometers (similar to the size of France) while monitoring up to 500 airborne objects and tracking 255 of them. The system features 20 data channels to process data coming from both air and ground radars with the ability to control up to 14 air defense missile systems. The delay time between the Polyana system receiving notice of an airborne threat and its response is roughly 2-3 seconds.
A single Polyana-D4M1 system comprises a mobile command vehicle, command staff vehicle, support vehicle and two mobile diesel electrical generating stations. The system is provided with Artificial Intelligence (AI) allowing learning from operations in a multiple scenarios. The Polyana-D4 was originally developed by the Soviet Union entering into service in 1986. The Polyana-D4M1 was unveiled at IDEX 2017 and has been deployed by the Russian Army. The system is flexible enough to coordinate foreign air defense systems in addition to the ones designed by Russia.
Tracked Aerial Targets: 255
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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