Russia's KRET can equip Fuel and Energy facilities with the electronic warfare capability of countering terror threats.
"We can be relied upon to deliver protective systems to fuel and energy facilities — oil wells, offshore drilling platforms and popular sports events, such as the FIFA World Cup. Yes, they cannot — for a variety of reasons — for example, accommodate weapons systems, such as missiles; however they could be well suitable for the use of electronic countermeasure systems," advisor to the first deputy general director at KRET Vladimir Mikheev said in a statement Wednesday.
EW systems will be capable to monitor the situation around the location to be protected, tracking the approach of enemy ships and aircraft.
"If necessary, dedicated assets can thwart threats: shut down the engine, deactivate the navigation and control system," said Vladimir Mikheev.
Electronic warfare and reconnaissance systems can be employed to provide security at major events, such as the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018.
According to him, it is for this reason that KRET stays focused on designing and producing multi-role systems that can be used both in conventional conflicts, and in the fight against desultory formations and individual cells of terrorist groups."
“This approach is can be exemplified by the employment of Garmon small-size radar stations during the Winter Olympics in Sochi." They are primarily used to prevent illegal acts and acts of terror in the airspace around crowded places.
Russian KRET and foundation for advanced studies (FPI) are developing a phased array antenna on the principles radiofotoniki at an estimated cost of US$ 11.4 million (680 million rubles)
The Russian Navy commissions its latest corvette at the Amur Shipbuilding Plant, outfitted with electronic warfare systems developed by KRET enterprises. The corvette will join the Pacific Fleet's naval forces and is equipped with guided missiles
KRET has unveiled a new multi-channel laser guidance system that allows Ka-52, Mi-8MNP, and Mi-28N helicopters to use various types of missiles. The laser guidance system is designed to control and guide missiles to a target through either automatic or manual honing, announced Rostec on June 26, 2015
Russias Radioelectronic Technologies Concern (KRET) has presented an active phased antenna array radar Zhuk-AME designed for multipurpose MiG-35 fighter jets. "The Radioelectronic Technologies Concern designed the Zhuk-AME active phased antenna array for the MiG aircraft family
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