Elektropribor Will Show New Products at ARMY-2018
Concern CSRI Elektropribor will present an extensive exhibition at the International Military Technological Forum “Army-2018” which will be held on 21 to 26 August in the town of Kubinka in Moscow Region. Many products will be demonstrated to the professional community for the first time.
A significant part of the exposition is dedicated to the new strapdown inertial navigation systems (SINS) on fiber-optic gyroscopes of Bemol family. These navigation systems have replaced the inertial navigation and stabilization systems of the previous generation, and meet all modern requirements in terms of technical specifications and operational performance. A novelty of this year will be an advanced model of a gyroscopic device on fiber-optic gyroscopes. The model is a prototype of a dual-purpose product.
For the first time, unified modules and units for radio electronic devices, systems and complexes will be presented in the Concern's booth. It is a wide range of products containing more than 30 items. "These modules have been tested by the engineers of Elektropribor in a number of devices. Our main task is to present the scientific and technical potential of the Concern to the specialists developing new complexes, systems and stations. All the modules that we will present in Kubinka this year can be modified to meet the requirements of the customer," said Anatoliy Sokolov, the Deputy General Director – Navigation Chief Designer.
This year Elektropribor will present precision electromechanical products, such as torque motors, sensors and angle converters, ring transformers. This group of products is produced for both the Concern's own needs, and for the customers representing various industries: shipbuilding, machinery engineering, and nuclear power.
The communication systems and antenna-feeder devices developed by the Concern will be represented this year by two new radio communication antennas for surface ships.
The exposition of the Concern at the Army-2018 Forum is located in Pavilion A of the Patriot Congress and Exhibition Center, Booth 1Е7-2.