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MOSCOW, March 26. /TASS/. The Russian Defense Ministry’s Robotics Center will for the first time demonstrate its developments at the Army-2015 international defense and technology forum outside Moscow on June 16-19, the ministry’s press office said on Thursday.
"The Russian Defense Ministry’s Robotics R&D and Experimental Center will for the first time demonstrate the results of its work in robotics technology at the international exhibition site in Kubinka in the Moscow Region," the press office said.
The forum will demonstrate a guidebook showing the basic images of military and dual-purpose robots and the characteristics of domestic and foreign developments. The Center will also demonstrate an archive of tests of ground, water and air robots.
"The Center’s exhibition stand will demonstrate the experimental samples of robots of military designation," Russia’s Defense Ministry said.
First serial robots have already entered service in Russia’s engineering troops, as well as reconnaissance units of ground forces and the Airborne Force, the ministry’s press office said. Robots have also become operational in the Russian Navy.
The Defense Ministry’s Robotics Center focuses on the development of drones, ground robots, underwater unmanned vehicles and vessels as its main areas of work, the ministry’s press office said.
Russia’s Defense Ministry earlier said the Army-2015 international defense and technology forum would demonstrate about 5,000 domestic defense industry developments.