During MAKS-2015 Ryazan State Instrument Plant presented latest helmet-mounted target designation system and display that is part of the equipment of the Mi-28nm – of the latest version of attack helicopter Mi-28N “Night Hunter” passing the test.
This was announced by the general director of Ryazan State Instrument Plant Eugeny Barankin.
“At the MAKS-2015 we presented helmet-mounted target designation system and display (NSTSI-B) helicopter application. It is designed to be displayed on the background of the surrounding space required pilot visual information and target aircraft weapons on targets not only straight ahead, but in every area surveyed. The product is part of the avionics of the Mi-28nm,” Barankin said.