Anapa launches micro satellites for Russian air force in 2020 - View Info

Anapa launches micro satellites for Russian air force in 2020 - View Info

Microsatellites for secure communication, remote Earth observation, geolocation, and other needs of the Russian Federation's armed forces will begin production in 2020 in Anapa. This decision was made after conducting a school of engineering and human resources reserve of the Russian military-industrial complex Technospetsnaz-2019.

"The Union of Young Engineers of Russia plans to organize the production of dual-use microsatellites at the new Anapa Research and Production Site. The launch of microsatellite production is planned for 2020. The microsatellites are intended to provide secure communications in the interests of the armed forces and others. energy structures of the Russian Federation, remote Earth observation and also provides geolocation data for the most effective use of high-precision Land Forces weapons and SCC and the Navy, "reads the official announcement.

It is specified that such a decision was made by the President of the Union of Young Engineers of Russia Evgeny Miroshnichenko. According to him, these microsatellites will be equally imperceptible and less vulnerable, which increases their competitiveness in the arms market. Also at the event, local space industry companies have expressed interest in attracting young professionals to develop new digital products based on data obtained from Russian orbiting satellites.

For the first time in its five-year history, Technospecnaz-2019 is held in Anapa, before it was held in Crimea. The young engineers of the military complex from different regions of the Russian Federation presented new developments, including a robot-polygraph, a robot-astronaut and a robot-sapper. The event kicks off in Anapa on Tuesday and ends today.

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