Rosoboronexport to Unveil for the First Time Russian Unmanned Motor Boats at Fleet-2024

Rosoboronexport to Unveil for the First Time Russian Unmanned Motor Boats at Fleet-2024

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Rosoboronexport JSC (part of Rostec State Corporation) will showcase the latest Russian naval products at the International Maritime Defence Show "Fleet-2024", which will be held from June 19 to 23 in Kronstadt (St. Petersburg).

"The trend towards the use of unmanned technologies in planning and conducting military and counter-terrorism operations has today affected all domains of warfare, including surface and underwater ones. Following global trends, Russian defence companies have developed a line of advanced unmanned motor boats capable of carrying various payloads, which Rosoboronexport will unveil for the first time at "Fleet-2024", - said Alexander Mikheev, Director General of Rosoboronexport. "We will offer foreign partners to cooperate in building network-centric systems with integrated unmanned motor boats and autonomous unmanned vehicles, as well as in introducing the over-the-horizon operation concept using Russian robotic systems."

The unmanned motor boats Vizir, Orkan, BEK-1000 and the autonomous unmanned vehicle MMT-300, which are demonstrated to the foreign customers for the first time, will be exhibited in an outdoor display area.

In addition, the guests of the exhibition will be able to get acquainted with a variety of modern Russian-made naval and coastal weapons, including coastal missile systems.

Russian surface ships, boats and submarines operational with the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and Russian Federal Border Service will be moored at a berth in the port of Kronstadt.

In the exhibition pavilion, Rosoboronexport will show the Rubezh-ME coastal missile system, Klavesin-1RE underwater robotic system, corvette Tiger in a new export configuration with the Zaslon multifunctional radar system and export-oriented Russian-made ships.

The Karakurt-E class corvette, Tornado-class fast attack guided missile craft, Project 11711 large amphibious assault ship, Project BK-16E landing craft and Project BK-10 special-purpose craft, as well as Project 636 and Project Amur-1650 diesel-electric submarines that have high export potential will be presented to the foreign customers.

In the pavilion, in the outdoor display area and at the berth, the company's specialists will hold presentations of Russian naval products and tell in detail about the characteristics and capabilities of the products on display.

During the business program of the exhibition, Rosoboronexport will discuss with the customers the options for cooperation in the field of joint development and production of naval equipment, and talk about the possibilities of interaction in the framework of industrial partnership.