Misc. Friday Ramblings...

  • Stabilized Remotely-Operated Weapon System.

    ROI designed, developed and produces the stabilized, remotely operated weapon systems (SRWS) to significantly increase the accuracy of a variety of crew-served weapons, but more importantly, to provide under-armor protection for the soldiers operating the weapon. ROI's SRWS provides the capability to remotely aim and fire its crew-served weapon from the security of inside the vehicle. The SRWS is versatile and modular, incorporating the latest technology in stabilized, remotely controlled weapon mounts, optical and thermal sensors, ballistic fire control, lasers and digital video processing capabilities. Its performance and survivability make it one of the most advanced target acquisition and weapon fire control systems available.

    SRWS one-shot, one-kill capability multiplies force effectiveness, lowers collateral damage potential, and minimizes logistics resupply requirements in the demanding urban warfare environment found in Iraq and wherever our troops are deployed.

    The U.S. Army selected ROI's SRWS for its common remotely operated weapon station (CROWS) program. CROWS has undergone rigorous testing by the Army, and is currently deployed on the battlefields of Iraq, drawing rave reviews from soldiers in the field.

    ROI designed the SRWS Lightning as a smaller, light-weight, stabilized, remotely controlled weapon system for use with lighter weapons on smaller vehicles.

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