About product

Topographic survey vehicle 1T12-2M-1 is intended for:
- operational and advance linking of positions of jet installations, barreled artillery, mobile air defense radars;
- auxiliary issues solution.
Topographic survey vehicle's operation is carried out through the topographical orientation system TRONA-1 service station in three modes: autonomous, satellite, and integrated.

Tactical characteristics

Сontinuous operation time, h


Maximum power consumed by the equipment, W

no more than


Fully fueled and manned topographic survey vehicle mass with a crew of 4 must be, kg, not more than


The specified topographic survey vehicle characteristics should be ensured upon exposure:

- ambient temperature, оС

from -40 to +50

- relative air humidity up to 98% at ambient temperature, оС


Overall topographic survey vehicle dimensions should be no more than, mm:

- length – 8155

- width (over mirrors) – 2510 (2820)

- height (with the heater pipe raised) – 3552

Main 43206-1730 URAL chassis technical characteristics:

Multipurpose chassis. It is intended to be used for use on all roads and off-road types.

Wheel formula

4 х 4

ЯМЗ-236М2 engine


Rated engine power, kW (hp)

132 (180)

Overcome ford depth, m


Refueling-free power reserve, km


General characteristics

The following operation types are performed while using top drive:

  • coordinates and the object’s direction angle;
  • mapping the object location on an electronic area map;
  • automatic directional angle determination at the destination;
  • automatic course angle determination at the destination;
  • automatic distance determination to the destination;
  • automatic destinations, control points and targets display on an electronic map after their introduction to the service station;
  • large electronic cards number storage in the system memory and updating them from external media;
  • work with an electronic map of the area when the object is moving;
  • movement route recording;
  • automatic initial object directional angle calculation according to the known control points coordinates or the angle to the reference point;
  • automatic track sensor and sighting device adjustment;
  • automatic coordinates transformation from the Gauss-Kruger system to the geodesic system and vice versa;
  • unknown point coordinates range determination on angle to point;
  • sight line determination;
  • directional angle correction for coordinate residuals.