STAMP is a remotely operated stabilized weapon station for small caliber guns. STAMP can be fitted with either a 12.7 mm Machine Gun or a 12.7mm GA-19/A Gatling Gun or a 7.62 mm Machine Gun or a 40 mm Grenade Launcher.
STAMP configurations incorporate advanced features, such as remote operation, built-in electro-optic sensor system, day and night operation, automatic target tracking (detect, track and fire on the move) stabilized turret and ballistic computation.
The infrared and daylight TV cameras of the system enable detection and recognition of targets that would not be possible with naked eye. The system is capable of ballistic calculation and automatically tracking the targets and enabling a high hit probability by accurate firings.
STAMP System has a stabilized turret which enables the line-of-sight of the gun to be aimed at the target at all times. Due to the stabilization feature, the system can perform precise firings against stationary or moving targets while the platform is on-the-move.
System can be operated remotely by using the remote gun control unit and hence provides gunner protection against counter fire. System has additional features of defining firing zones both in azimuth and elevation.
STAMP System has a modular structure enabling easy installation on various naval platforms for the purpose of asymmetric warfare and coastal defense.