T-14 Armata was created specifically for so-called network-centric warfare. That is, the T-14 does not fight alone, but as part of a tactical group that is within a unified control system at all times. The group may include heavy infantry fighting vehicles, self-propelled guns, T-90 tanks, and attack helicopters. T-14 is assigned the role of a scout, target designator, and fire spotter in this chain. The tank is distinguished by a high degree of automation.
|At IDEX 2021, Rostec is showcasing a mockup of its T-14 Aramata tank to mark the launch of the international commercialization of this 3rd generation tank (Picture source: Rostec)|