Russian Defense Ministry has established a system of promising military research and development

MOSCOW, April 17 — RIA Novosti. The Ministry of Defense has established a system of promising military research and development, said Wednesday the head of information-analytical center of the Ministry of Defense Advanced Research Projects Major General Eugene Lofts.

  • The building of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
  • The building of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

 

"The Minister of Defense approved the structure of the system, it will include division headquarters, regional centers in Vladivostok, Novosibirsk and other cities, the main research center of robotics, as well as divisions in the types and arms," — said the attic.

According to him, the appearance of this system is to ensure the superiority of Russia over the rest of the world in the field of military technology. Lofts said that the new structure is already in place. Under the management of promising developments for the Armed Forces, Ministry of Defense held the first All-Russian competition of research, the results of which were announced on Wednesday.

As the representative of the Ministry of Defense Anton Tyurin, this contest was open to all comers. "The competition had three nominations: for individuals, for businesses, as well as groups of citizens who were able to offer an interesting development for the Ministry of Defense. 800 works were received, of which 40 were selected the best," — said the representative of the military.

The winners will receive between 50 and 70 thousand rubles. "The main task — to bring the received scientific and technical proposals to the level required the Ministry of Defence. This work has already started and a year and a half, we expect to bring the ideas of the contestants to the state defense order," — said Tyurin.

Were marked by such developments as a portable remote detector detecting people in a wooded area and digging shelters, as well as stand-alone portable system for precise orientation of objects in space.

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