Rostec Corporation’s optical holding company Shvabe is developing an unparalleled security system that will provide crucial support to the work of law enforcement agencies during public events. Rostec Corporation is supporting the project. The Shvabe press service has provided information about the new project.
“The integrated system includes a number of different features based on innovative technologies that can easily identify troublemakers even in a crowd of fans,” the press service elaborated.
Serial production of the new security system is scheduled to begin in December 2015 at the State Optical Institute named for S. I. Vavilov, which is part of Shvabe Holding.
Shvabe Holding CEO Sergei Maksin first told Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev about the project during his visit to the Ural Optical and Mechanical Plant, which is part of Shvabe Holding, on July 9, 2014.
Russia will host the world football championship in 12 stadiums in 11 cities from June 8 to July 8, 2018. This will be the 21st World Cup organized by the International Football Federation (FIFA).
Shvabe Holding unites key enterprises of Russia’s optoelectronics industry that develop and manufacture high-tech optoelectronic systems for military and civil purposes, as well as optical materials, medical equipment, and energy-saving lighting equipment. Shvabe is part of Rostec Corporation.