“One Shot – One Hit” Smart Shooter launches Smash Hopper LRCWS

SMART SHOOTER, a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative Fire Control Systems, introduces SMASH HOPPER: a new Light Remote-Controlled Weapon Station (LRCWS) that provides a “One Shot – One Hit” capability while controlled by an operator from a safe distance.

Introduced by the company for the first time, Smart Shooter’s SMASH HOPPER extends the maximum effective range of the host weapon system to its ballistic limits.
Compact, lightweight, and rapidly deployable, SMASH HOPPER dramatically increases accuracy, lethality, and survivability of small arms.

SMASH HOPPER: a new Light Remote-Controlled Weapon Station (LRCWS)

Weighing approximately 15 Kg, Smash Hopper can be integrated into an existing Command-and-Control system(C2), providing operators with the ability to hand-off or receive targets across existing communications networks. Featuring a safe trigger mechanism, a mounting solution, and a ruggedized Remote-Control Unit (RCU), Smash Hopper provides a pan–and–tilt capability for the weapon system and can be controlled via cable or wireless connectivity.

Offering day and night capability with automatic scanning and target detection, Smash Hopper is ideal for multiple mission areas including force protection, border security, anti-drone, remote ambush, and offensive action operations at complex environments. It can be mounted utilizing a standalone deployable tripod, a stationary fixed mast or a lightweight vehicle.

Michal Mor, Smart Shooter CEO: “We are honored to present Smash Hopper, an innovative portable LRCWS solution that offers precise fire capability against ground, aerial, static, or moving targets. The unique “One shot – One hit” Smash capability finds its way into the world of RCWS in a soldier friendly truly light configuration. Designed as a modular and rapidly deployable solution, Smash Hopper dramatically increases accuracy, lethality, and survivability of small arms.”

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