Russia’s United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC) said Wednesday that it plans to unveil its latest communication and control systems to be installed in future Russian Navy ships and submarines, as well as at its latest Russian armored vehicles, including the Armata tank, at the Army-2016 military expo.
In total, the company will present over 100 samples of military electronic products at the expo.
“Among the new products to be presented for the first time is the communication and control equipment for future warships, Navy submarines and new generation Russian armored vehicles — the Armata tank, the Kurganets-25 armored car, the Bumerang armored personnel carrier, the BTR-MD Rakushka and the Typhoon-K armored car,” the company’s press service said.
It was noted in the statement that visitors to the exhibition will also have a chance to see the Borisoglebsk 2 electronic warfare weapon system, as well as modern types of mobile command posts.
The International Military-Technical Forum Army-2016 will be held in Kubinka, a western suburb of Moscow, on September 6-11.