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Friday, September 11, 2015

Russia’s Cutting-Edge Weaponry Goes Robotic

Armata T-14 MBTIn Russia, in the last three years the share of high-tech products in the defense industry has grown by 10 percent, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said during the Russia Arms EXPO-2015 international exhibition in Nizhny Tagil.

“The share of high-tech products in the defense industry has risen from 53 to 63 percent this year,” RIA Novosti reported the Russian deputy prime minister as saying.

During the expo there were many specimens of high-tech products. For example, a group from the Kurgan region presented the BMP-3 with the ‘Vityaz.’ These combat vehicles can conduct network-centric warfare and can be controlled remotely also.

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