Russia begins process of creating weapons based on new physical principles
The Military Technological Innovation in Anapa will begin work on creating weapons based on new physical principles and detection systems for underwater devices, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, who heads the Defense Industry, told Sputnik, on Wednesday (13).
It should be noted that Tecnpolis will focus on new "promising segments": the creation of small aircraft, weapons based on new physical principles, military geoinformation platforms, hydro-acoustic systems for object detection and the development of artificial intelligence technologies for the defense industry.
CC BY-SA 4.0 / WikipediaRussia retrofits AU-220M combat module for use on airplanes and shipsBorisov will visit Tecnpolis to participate in a conference on cooperation between the Russian Ministry of Defense and the universities and defense companies involved in research carried out at the military technological innovation center in Anapa, a city on the shores of the Black Sea.
The idea of creating military scientific research centers was first proposed in 2013 by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who suggested that initially the time spent by graduate students on defense projects could count towards the mandatory military service of one year.