|Product type:||Auxiliary Vehicles|
|Name:||Robot, Unmanned Vehicle|
Prohod-1 heavy robotics complex is based on the BMR-3MA demining armored vehicle, which has the same chassis as the T-90 Main Battle Tank.
Prohod-1 is designed for making passages in minefields with a width of 4.5 meters in combat conditions for military columns. The vehicle can operate both under the control of the crew, and with remote control or in automatic mode. In automatic mode, the vehicle moves along a predetermined route.
The complex's capabilities make it possible to neutralize mines equipped with radio detonators on the surface, in snow and in the ground.
Prohod-1 is powered by a diesel engine with a power of 1000 hp, similar to used in the T-90 tank. An additional anti-mine protection is installed on the bottom. The front of the case and the control compartment are covered with ERA.
At the BMR-3MA trawl with skating rinks, cutters and jammers for radio-controlled land mines was installed. The crew of the vehicle is 2 people, there is an troop compartment for 3 sappers.
In 2016 the tests of the Prohod-1 prototype were successfully completed.