For this reason, the Russian army has integrated capabilities in the field of ground warfare that allow it to target enemy forces from appropriate distances with massive firepower, while at the same time possessing the ability to identify artillery shell launch sites that can target its forces in preparation for destroying them with appropriate offensive weapons. The Russian Automated Monitoring Station (UAPS) is one of the Russian systems dedicated to detecting enemy artillery positions using the latest technologies in this field, according to the Russian “Rosoboronexport” website. The website pointed out that this station tracks projectiles using special electronic systems and construction. It performs the following tasks: The site pointed out that the analyzed data appears on a special computer for the station and can be sent directly to self-propelled artillery systems to carry out counter-fire missions. The station can track one shell or several shells at the same time, and it can also be used To support different types of artillery units, whether towed or self-propelled, in addition to the fact that it can be installed on tripod legs. This station is distinguished by the possibility of being concealed due to its low heat emissions and ease of use and maintenance. Technical specifications: It is noteworthy that artillery represents one of the most important sources of direct and indirect fire in ground wars. It can bomb targets located within the horizontal vision of the cannon's monitoring devices, in addition to its ability to bomb targets located behind mountainous terrain or behind military fortifications that prevent them from being directly monitored.