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The largest military district of the Russian Federation will be reinforced with 17 planes and helicopters
The troops of the Central Military District (CVO) in 2022 will receive more than 1.3 thousand units of new and upgraded weapons and military equipment, including airplanes, helicopters and radar stations, the commander of the CVO troops Alexander Lapin told reporters.
The Central Military District troops will receive more than 1.3 thousand units of weapons and military equipment in 2022
More than 1,300 units of new and upgraded weapons and military equipment will be delivered to the troops of the Central Military District in 2022, Colonel-General Alexander Lapin, commander of the Central Military District, told reporters.
The ZVO aviation regiment in the Smolensk region will receive two Mi-8AMTSh-VN helicopters of the latest modification
The helicopter regiment of the Army of the Air Force and Air Defense of the Western Military District (ZVO), based in the Smolensk region, will receive two new multi-purpose Mi-8AMTSh-VN helicopters in 2022.
The bankrupt supplier of software for the Ministry of Defense will transfer developments to Roselectronics
The Central Research Institute was engaged in the development of software, operating systems of the "Dawn" and "Dawn" family based on Linux, as well as robotics for the needs of the Ministry of Defense
The Central Research Institute of Economics, Informatics and Management Systems (CNII EISU) of Rostec in the process of bankruptcy will transfer its intellectual property to other enterprises of the state corporation. This was reported to TASS in Roselectronics, which is part of Rostec.
In 2022, the troops of the Central Military District (CVO) will receive more than 1,300 units of new and modernized weapons and military equipment. This was told to journalists on Monday by the commander of the Central Military District, Colonel-General Alexander Lapin.
Satellites will be able to engage in remote sensing of the Earth, identify natural disasters, collect data on the movement of ships and aircraft
The Sputnix company and the laboratory of the MEPhI Institute have started assembling a satellite that will use the VERA plasma engine of their development. This was reported to TASS by the press service of Sitronics Group.
Two coastal radar complexes "Monolit-BR" have been received by the troops of the Eastern Military District in the Leningrad region
Two unique coastal radar detection and targeting complexes "Monolit-BR" have entered service with the troops (forces) of the Western Military District (ZVO) in the Leningrad region.
Qatar's armed forces have received an updated proposal on the possible delivery of the SAMP/T medium-range anti-aircraft missile system manufactured by the Eurosam consortium.
The US Department of Defense launched the GSSAP-5 and GSSAP-6 inspection satellites on an Atlas V rocket
The US Department of Defense launched a pair of Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) spacecraft into geosynchronous near-Earth orbit from the Cape Canaveral cosmodrome in Florida on an Atlas V rocket, capable of maneuvering in space and tracking the status of other satellites, writes The Drive.
This will lead to a boom in rocket engineering, said the CEO of the state corporation Roscosmos
Roscosmos is confident that hundreds, thousands of satellites will be built in the coming years, which will lead to a boom in rocket science. This opinion was expressed by the CEO of the state corporation Dmitry Rogozin.
On Wednesday, January 19, the trial of the former chief of one of the military missions of the Ministry of Defense, Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Anatoly Zalivin and the former managing director of JSC "Scientific Research Institute of Electronic Devices" Amir Alyamov ended with a rather harsh sentence.
Radar stations of the Milky Way system are planned to be installed in the Russian Federation and abroad
The ground segment of the Milky Way will include optoelectronic and radio equipment
The Milky Way system, which is being developed in Russia, will include radar stations not only in the Russian Federation, but also in other countries. This was announced in an interview with TASS by the general designer of the Automated Warning System for Dangerous Situations in Near-Earth Space (ASPOS OKP) Grigory Stupak.
The system will also be able to monitor objects from 10-15 cm in size at altitudes from 2.5 thousand to 45 thousand km
The new Russian Milky Way system will be able to track objects ranging in size from 5-7 cm, which are at an altitude of up to 2.5 thousand km above the Earth's surface. This was announced in an interview with TASS by the general designer of the Automated Warning System for Dangerous Situations in Near-Earth Space (ASPOS OKP) Grigory Stupak.
The complex is designed for long-range over-the-horizon detection
The Leningrad Naval Base received the Monolit-BR coastal radar detection and targeting system in 2021, commander of the 55th separate coastal Missile Division Alexey Mitor said on Thursday.
According to Anatoly Leukhin, Deputy Director General for Scientific Work at RTI, the implementation of the proposed algorithms in the software will ensure timely adaptation to the changing background and target environment and will significantly improve the quality of radar stations.
The RB-111A product has a unique accuracy of the bearing of communication lines and the possibility of exploration of an unlimited number of radiation sources, said Andrey Kondrashov, General Director of the enterprise.
The European Space Agency invites everyone to try to hack the European OPS-SAT satellite operating in orbit. This is reported on the website of the event organizers specially created for this occasion.
According to preliminary estimates by J'son & Partners Consulting, the volume of the Russian Internet of Things market in 2021 reached 93.5 billion rubles. Compared to 2020, the number of connected devices increased by 16%, to 29.6 million units. Russia accounts for only 1.2-1.5% of the installed global base of IoT devices.
The Defense Advanced Development Agency (DARPA) of the US Department of Defense has selected ten companies and research organizations that will develop lightweight and powerful night vision goggles. The military wants them to be closer in size and weight to ordinary glasses.
The Resurs-P satellite No. 1 was withdrawn from the grouping after the failure of the onboard equipment
He worked for eight and a half years
The Resurs-P satellite No. 1, which worked in orbit for 3.5 years longer than the prescribed period, was withdrawn from the grouping due to the failure of its onboard equipment. This was announced to TASS by the General Director of Progress Rocket and Space Center JSC (part of Roscosmos) Dmitry Baranov.