JSC Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies
A holding company that specializes in electronic countermeasures, state identification, and radioelectronic equipment systems
Joint-stock company Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET) is a member of the State Corporation Rostec. Today, KRET has over 70 member companies that engage in engineering and manufacturing of radioelectronic products.
The Concern's companies are spread out all over Russia, from Saint Petersburg to Vladivostok, and their total stuff is currently over 50 thousand people.
The company's General Director is Nikolay Alexandrovich Kolesov.
Joint-stock company Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies was registered on February 19, 2009. This date is considered the company's time of establishment.
The Concern is the leading Russian designer and manufacturer of onboard radioelectronic equipment for all types of aircraft (over 80% of the market) and state identification systems (over 90% of the market). The company's products are sold in more than 30 countries.
KRET currently manufactures a broad range of products designed for the following industries:
- Industrial manufacturing; and
KRET's primary business is the manufacturing of onboard radioelectronic equipment for military and civilian aircraft.
Among the most advanced products designed and manufactured by KRET's member companies for the healthcare industry are the following:
- Ventilators (Aventa-M, Potok, Aventa-U);
- Intraocular pressure tonometers;
- Magnetic therapy devices АМТО for treating a wide variety of ophthalmic diseases; and
- Software-hardware magnetic therapy system Multimag for treating the diseases of the musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular and other diseases.
Among other types of products engineered and manufactured by the companies under the KRET's umbrella are medical furniture; dispensers; hot-air, steam, and UV sterilizers; and other medical tools and devices.
The Concern entities manufactured over 3 million articles for the automobile industry (electric fuel pumps, fuel gauges, etc.), fire alarms, equipment for the energy and oil and gas sectors, goods for the subway and railway use, electrical products, and other goods designed for civilian applications.
Other promising development vectors for the company are the manufacturing of electric charging stations for vehicles used in the energy and oil and gas sectors, and production of welding units, boxes for assembling switchboard equipment, and ceramic parts used in electrical products.
Design and innovation
KRET engineered such unique electronic countermeasures systems as:
- Khibiny for Sukhoi aircraft;
- Ground-based system families Krasuha and Moskva; and
- Multi-purpose system Rtut-BM, and many others.
KRET also designed the electronics for some of Russia's most advanced military aircraft, including Su-57, Su-35S, Ka-52 Alligator, Mi-171A2, Yak-130, MiG-29K/KUB, IL-476, and Tu-204SM, as well as for the Soyuz TMA manned spacecraft.