- 77P6 launcher chassis BAZ-69096 from the S-500 (the processed image with a poster from the show armored vehicles Bronnitsi, 10.06.2011, reproduction — Muxel, http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/mx118).
Concern PVO "Almaz — Antey" is developing anti-aircraft missile system, a new generation of the C-500 is fully in accordance with the terms specified in the state armaments program until 2020 (GPV-2020), today announced the official representative of the group Yuri bike.
According to him, now the concern is developing a working design documentation for the system and its components. Prototypes of the individual elements of the S-500 will be manufactured in 2013. "It gives us a reason to argue that the Concern PVO" Almaz — Antey "in front of the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation within the framework of the LG-2020 for the supply of anti-aircraft missile system, a new generation of the C-500 will be completed on time and with the required quality," — said the bike.
The spokesman also said that in order to produce advanced weapons and military equipment, 4-5th generation is the implementation of major investment projects for the construction of two new assembly plants in Nizhny Novgorod and Kirov. By now completed their design and preliminary works on construction sites. Projects scheduled for completion in 2015.
In 2011, the total costs of "Almaz — Anthea" for innovative development amounted to 26.8 billion rubles. This includes the construction of new plants and the Northwest Center in St. Petersburg was sent 5.3 billion rubles, and for modernization of existing production company spent last year, 4.3 billion rubles. Attachments concern in promising research and development in 2011 amounted to 13.7 billion rubles, an additional 700 million rubles is directed to a problem-based supercomputer to model and radar data processing.
According to the annual report of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute / SIPRI /, Concern PVO "Almaz — Antey" won the 2010 twentieth place among the world's top 100 companies — manufacturers of weapons.