Russia is unleashing marketing of the Tornado-S 300 mm MRL – the country's latest and most potent rocket artillery system incorporating new technologies and vast historical experience.
The producer and developer of the Tornado-S is the Rostec’s Technodinamika holding. One of the major fields of Technodinamika’s work is enabling the latest Russian MRL systems guide the rockets at flight with keeping the balance of their gunpowder to body mass ratio at increased range of fire.
The Tornado-S 300 mm MRL is developed on the base of the renowned Smerch system. It has dramatically improved characteristics, in particular, significantly increased firing range and accuracy. The projectile control system is based on a platformless inertial navigation system with support for satellite navigation onboard equipment, which enables aiming of each rocket at a separate object even at a multiple launch.
The maximum firing range has been increased 1.7 times. The circular error probable for the guided missiles is significantly less. The personnel involved in the firing processes has been reduced by 5 times.
Technodinamika has introduced the capability to fire a salvo of one combat vehicle against several targets without moving the package of guides. The time of readiness to fire from the moment of receiving data on the target has been reduced to 75 seconds. The time for a full salvo is 33 seconds. Possible are both single launches, as well as shootings with a full or incomplete salvo.