Arctic: today and the future
Unique technologies and projects of JSC «Concern «Granit-Electron» presented at forum «Arctic: today and the future»
VII International forum «Arctic: today and the future» took place in St. Petersburg from
4th till 6th of December.
JSC «Concern «Granit-Electron» participated in business and exhibition programs with proposals for development of Arctic multifunctional radars and offshore surveillance systems for coastal Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.
Deputy General Director in science issues professor Y. F. Podoplyokin presented Arctic multifunctional radars for the Russian authorities at the panel session «Effective security architecture in Arctic zone». This presentation attracted the most interest of the Russian and foreign participants.
These multifunctional radar systems enhance navigation safety of vessels under intensive traffic. What is more, these systems provide information awareness in national and offshore waters. It reduces risks and prevents water pollutions, and increases efficiency of navy and seaports.
JSC «Concern «Granit-Electron» as military-industrial enterprise has the great competence in R&D, manufacturing, supply and service support of systems providing their operation in extremely low temperatures, humidity, under conditions of magnetic anomalies, tropospheric and ionosphere disturbances. These technologies boost a new market segment — special electronics and engineering.
JSC «Concern «Granit-Electron» and its subsidiary SC «Rawenstvo» presented ice-monitoring system «Delta» at St. Petersburg government’s integrated exhibition stand. Ice-monitoring system «Delta» designed for observation and estimation of the parameters of floe ice. Delta interfaces with operating radars onboard ships, and visualizes all required ice characteristics.
JCS «Concern «Granit-Electron» is ready to realize projects in Arctic zone on the base of marine and coastal multispectral, multiband radars and navigation systems, including UAVs to be integrated into common information field.