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The State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA" (SMSTC Delta) - a legal entity of public law established by the decree of the President of Georgia, its full name is Legal Entity of Public Law - State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". The scope of work of the organization is mainly focused on the Defense Industry and to some extent on the Civilian Field. The Center is an organization separate from state governing bodies. Its state control is exercised by the Ministry of Defense of Georgia The mission of the organization is based on the state interests of Georgia and the national defense strategy. The main task of the Center is to promote the development of the national military industry. Introduction of modern and innovative military technologies in design and production, creation and serial production of combat equipment and weapons tailored to global trends. State Military Scientific-Technical Center Delta is the only organization in Georgia that works in the defense industry field. Today, “DELTA” has both intellectual and technical resources to design and manufacture both military and civilian products.

History

The history of "Delta" dates back to the 60s, and from the beginning of the 90s the research center was subordinated to the Ministry of Defense of Georgia. Delta in its current state was formed in 2010, when the center was subordinated to six scientific research institutes and the 31st Tbilisi Aircraft Factory. The scope of work of the organization is mainly focused on the defense industry and to some extent on the civilian industry. The center is an organization separate from state governing bodies. Its state control is exercised by the Ministry of Defense of Georgia.

STC Delta at SOFEX 2014 Exhibition
STC Delta at IESMA-2014 Exhibition
STC Delta at EUROSATORY 2018 Exhibition
STC Delta at IDEX-2019 Exhibition

Functions and scope of activities

STC Delta representatives worldwide
  • Development, recovery, updating, maintenance and repair of combat weapon, munitions, military equipment and ammunition according to existing legislation of Georgia
  • Classification, evaluation of applicability and cost, utilization and realization of expired, unused military equipment, munitions and weapon available in the country
  • Processing of explosive agents intended for military and industrial use
  • Design and building of military-industrial objects of special purpose
  • Development of armor materials, scientific-technical support of security systems of manpower and special objects
  • Development and production of control and measuring-metrological devices intended for special military-technical equipment and technological processes
  • Development, implementation, recovery, updating, maintenance and repair of optical and electronic devices-machines as well as special-purpose systems and their equipment
  • Design, implementation, maintenance and repair of special security systems of military objects and buildings-constructions
  • Processing, recovery, updating, maintenance and repair of military-training simulators
  • Methodological and hardware support of tests on training area
  • Acquisition – storage, transportation and realization of explosive agents, weapons, munitions and their elements according to existing legislation of Georgia
  • Coordination and support of humanitarian demining activity;
  • Processing, updating, development, implementation and maintenance of systems concerned with avalanche protection and antihail activities in the country;

Scientific institutes and companies entering into STC “Delta”

  • Institute “Optics” (Optica);[2]
  • Grigol Tsulukidze Mining Institute;
  • R. Dvali Machine – Mechanics Institute;
  • F. Tavadze Metallurgy and Materials Science Institute;
  • Micro and Nano Electronics Institute;
  • Ilia Vekua Sukhumi Institute of Physics and Technology

Important Projects

Anti-Hail System

In 2015, the State Military-Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA" installed an anti-hail system in the Kakheti region of Georgia. To protect against hail, 85 Launchers and one meteorological radar station were deployed in Kakheti. They are managed remotely from the central control center. The efficiency of the system is 85-95%, which is achieved by the high level of automation and the use of modern technologies. The anti-hail system has been operating since 2018 by the Center for Active Impact on Natural Events Ltd.

Supply of Georgian Defense Forces with State Produced Ballistic Vests and Helmets

Delta has been supplying the Georgian National Defense Forces with the highest quality personal protective equipment since 2015. Military and special units of the Georgian Defense Forces use MK-I and MK-II type ballistic vests, DH MK-I and DH MK-III military and special use ballistic helmets.

Participation in international military exhibitions

Delta Military Scientific-Technical Center has been participating in international military exhibitions periodically since 1999.

  • On October 26-30, 1999, for the first time, Delta presented Georgian-made weapons and equipment abroad at the EXPOMIL-99 International Defense Industry Exhibition in Romania.
  • A reorganized Delta presented part of its own products on May 6-8, 2014 at SOFEX 2014, a large-scale international defense industry exhibition in Jordan. Among the exhibits were armored vests, helmets, mortars, RD-7 anti-tank mines and others.
  • On November 12-14, 2014, a conference and industrial exhibition IESMA-2014 was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, co-organized by NATO Energy Security Center and LEPL LLC "Delta", where LLC "Delta" was presented with its own display.
  • On June 11-15, 2018, the world's largest military exhibition at EUROSATORY, State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA" presented armored vests, helmets, mortars and light weapons Among them, for the first time in history, Delta presented the Georgian armored vehicle DIDGORI, anti-hail systems, at the military exhibition.
  • On February 17-21, 2019, at IDEX-2019, the largest exhibition of land, sea and air defense, Delta presented state produced weapons. Among them are three modifications of the armored vehicle "Didgori", personal protection equipment, mortars and light weapons.

Military and civilian production

Product Image Role Notes
Armored personnel carriers
Didgori series
armoured personnel
carriers.[3]
Didgori-1 DIDGORIAPC.JPG Armoured Personnel Carrier
Didgori-2 APC - Didgori-2.jpg Reconnaissance & Transportation
Command and communications vehicle.[4] Didgori Command and Communications vehicle 01.jpg Command & Communication
Didgori-3 Didgori-3apc georgian made.jpg Armoured Personnel Carrier
Didgori Medevac Didgori-medevac stc delta.jpg Medical evacuation vehicle
Didgori warrior stcdelta.jpg armored modular vehicle
Modernised BRDM-2.[5] Modernized BRDM-2 of STC Delta (Georgia) 01.jpg Amphibious Armoured Scout Car
Infantry fighting vehicle
Lazika[6][7][8] Infantry Fighting Vehicle Lazika - STC Delta (front-right-side view).jpg Modular infantry fighting vehicle
Military engineering vehicle
Armored demining & engineering vehicles[9] Armored demining vehicle STC Delta (Georgia).jpg Demining
Civilian Projects
Fire Engine Fire enginestc delta 2.jpg Fire Engine
Armored Cash-in-Transit Route Truck delta 1.jpg Armored Cash-in-Transit Route Truck
Product Image Notes
Remote-controlled weapons
Remote weapon
stations
DRWS-1[10] Remote weapon stations DRWS-1 of STC Delta (Georgia).png
DRWS-2[11] Remote weapon stations DRWS-2 of STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
RWS-23 Gyro-stabilized remote controlled weapon station Rws 23.jpg
Artillery
Multiple rocket
launcher
RS-122 122 mm MRL.[12][13] DRS-122 georgian MLRS (2).jpg
Mortar carriers
GMM-120 self-propelled mortar - Experimental Project GMM-120 self-propelled mortar.jpg
Mortars
GNM-60 mkudro 60 mm noiseless hand mortar[14] GNM 60 mortar STC DELTA (3).JPG
60 mm mortar.[15] GM-60 mortar delta.jpg
82 mm mortar.[16] GM-82 mortar delta.jpg
120 mm mortar.[17] GM-120 mortar delta.jpg
120 mm automated self-propelled mortar module[18] - Experimental Project 120 mm Self-propelled Mortar Module GMM-120 of STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Aviation products
SU-25KM "Scorpion" Su-25Ub.JPG
Georgian UAV unmanned aerial system[19] Georgian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.JPG
Multi-role unmanned helicopter[20] - Experimental Project Georgian Multi-functional Unmanned Helicopter by STC Detla.jpg
Air-to-air
missiles
R-60 (missile) infrared homing air-to-air missile AA8Aphid Sideview.png
R-73 (missile) infrared homing air-to-air missile R-73 short-range air-to-air missile in Park Patriot 01.jpg
Anti-ship missile
AS-2 Kipper(К-10С) nuclear anti-ship missile
Product Image Notes
Small arms, rifles, carbines, grenade launchers and mines
Pistols
9×17mm Scorpion silent pistol[21] - Experimental Project 9×17mm Scorpion Silent Pistol of STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
9×19mm service pistol.[22] - Experimental Project 9×19mm Service Pistol of STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Carbines
G13 carbine (suspended)
Submachine guns
Iamani[23] - Experimental Project პისტოლეტ-ტყვიამფრქვევი “იამანი” 07.jpg
Sniper rifles
PDSHP
Anti-material
rifles:
12.7×108mm Amr-mod-1[24] - Experimental Project Amr-mod-1 stc delta.jpg
12.7×108mm Amr-mod-2[25] - Experimental Project Amr-mod-2 stc delta.jpg
Multicaliber
modular sniper
rifles:
Satevari MSWP - Experimental Project
.300 Norma Magnum Shatevari-1.jpg
.308 Winchester
.338 GBM
.375 GBM
.338 Lapua Magnum
.50 BMG
DELTA-308 - Experimental Project .308 კალიბრის სნაიპერული შაშხანა DELTA-308 03.jpg
Anti-armour weapons
upgraded version of RPG-7.[26] Anti-tank Rocket-propelled Grenade Launcher – RPG-7G (STC Delta - Georgia).jpg
one-shot disposable grenade launcher.[27] Single-shot Grenade Launcher PDM-1 of STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Grenade launchers
UBGL-1 40×46mm under-barrel grenade launcher (M4).[28] Georgian under barrel grenade launchers stc delta (1).JPG
40×46mm under-barrel grenade launcher (AK-74).[29] Georgian under barrel grenade launchers stc delta (2).JPG
GP-25 40×46mm under-barrel grenade launcher (AKM / AK-74).[30] Georgian under barrel grenade launchers stc delta (3).JPG
Mines
.[31] Rd7minemadebystcdelta.jpg
Other items
Suppressors
5.45×39mm suppressors for AK-74s.[32] 5.45 mm Suppressor of STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
5.56×45mm NATO suppressors for M4 carbines.[33] 5.56 mm Suppressor - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
.338 Lapua Magnum suppressors for SRS sniper rifles.[34] .338 Caliber Suppressor - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Blank-firing adaptors[35] Blank Adapter for Cartridge Firearms - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Bulletproof vests
Mk I modular tactical vest[36] Vest-mark-1 made by stc delta.jpg
Mk II modular plate carrier[37] Vest-mark-2 made by stc delta.jpg
Bulletproof helmets
DH MK I general purpose army helmet.[38] Geo helmet MK I.jpg
DH MK II tactical helmet.[39] Geo helmet MK II.jpg
DH MK III tactical helmet.[40] Geo helmet MK III.jpg
Hand Grenades
Watchtower
3–12 m guard towers[41] 3-12 m Height Watchtower - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Tents
various types and sized military tents.[42] Military Tent - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Military beds[43] One-strayed Military Bed - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg
Continuous tracks
Rubber Pads / track shoes for tracked military vehicles.[44] Caterpillar rubber tips of armored vehicle - STC Delta (Georgia).jpg

References

  1. ^ "Our Locations Worldwide". delta.gov.ge. Retrieved 19 March 2017.
  2. ^ http://optica.ge/en/
  3. ^ "Armored Personal Vehicle Didgori". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 30 April 2016.
  4. ^ "Communication Vehicle". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 30 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Modernization of BRDM–2". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 30 April 2016.
  6. ^ "Infantry Fighting Vehicle Lazika". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  7. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-08-19. Retrieved 2015-02-10.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ http://www.geo-army.ge/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=736%3A-qq-&catid=46%3A2&lang=en
  9. ^ "განაღმვითი სამუშაოებისთვის დაჯავშანული საინჟინრო ტექნიკა". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  10. ^ http://delta.gov.ge/file/2015/01/drws-1.pdf
  11. ^ http://delta.gov.ge/file/2015/01/drws-2.pdf
  12. ^ "Multiple Rocket Launcher System – RS-122". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  13. ^ "Georgia upgrades rocket launcher". www.janes.com/. IHS. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  14. ^ "60mm Bicaliber Mortar GNM-60". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  15. ^ "Mortar GM-60 – 60mm". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  16. ^ "82 mm Mortar – GM-82". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  17. ^ "120 mm Mortar GM-120". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  18. ^ "120 mm Self-propelled Mortar Module GMM-120". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  19. ^ "Unmanned Aerial System". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  20. ^ "Multifunctional Unmanned Helicopter". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  21. ^ "9X17 cal. Suppressor Pistol "Morieli"". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  22. ^ "9X19 cal. Pistol". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  23. ^ "Sub-machine gun Iamani". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  24. ^ "12.7 mm Rifle PDShP-1". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  25. ^ "12.7 mm Rifle PDShP-2". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  26. ^ "Anti-tank Rocket-propelled Grenade Launcher – RPG-7G". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  27. ^ "Single-shot Grenade Launcher PDM-1". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  28. ^ "40 mm under barrel grenade launcher UBGL-1D". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  29. ^ "40 mm under barrel grenade launcher AG-40". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  30. ^ "40 mm under barrel grenade launcher GP-25". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  31. ^ "off-route anti-tank mine RD-7". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  32. ^ "5.45 mm Suppressor". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  33. ^ "5.56 mm Suppressor". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  34. ^ ".338 Caliber Suppressor". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  35. ^ "Blank Adapters for Cartridge Firearms". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  36. ^ "Special purposes Vest MK-I". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  37. ^ "Army Armor Vest MK-II". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  38. ^ "Army Tactical Helmet DH MK-I". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  39. ^ "Special Tactical Helmet DH MK-II". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  40. ^ "Special Tactical Helmet DH MK-III". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  41. ^ "3-12 m Height Watchtowers". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  42. ^ "Military Tents". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  43. ^ "One-strayed and Two-strayed Military Beds". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  44. ^ "Caterpillar Rubber Tips of Armored Vehicles and General Army Caterpillar Vehicles". www.delta.gov.ge. LEPL State Military Scientific-Technical Center "DELTA". Retrieved 18 December 2016.

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