Russia to Show New Military Drones and Robots at Army-2015 Expo
Russian Defense Ministry announced on Friday the country will show off its latest designs in military unmanned ground and aerial vehicles (UGVs and UAVs) at the Army-2015 international forum, which is to be held outside Moscow in June.
"As for the ground robotic systems, robots of the Uran family will be demonstrated at the forum, namely the Uran-6 mine-clearing robot and the Uran-14 firefighting robot," the press release of the ministry said. According to the statement, the Army-2015 expo will also feature the Helper-2 multifunctional UGV and remote control system for the BMR-3MA armored mine-clearing vehicle.
A range of military surveillance drones will be also put on display at the forum, including the prototypes of the Korsar short-range UAV and the Inokhodets medium-range UAV. The Altius long-endurance UAV and the Zenitsa air-launched UAV are to be also exhibited during the four-day forum. The Murena underwater propulsion vehicle will also be among the 5,000 pieces of weaponry and special equipment, set to go on display at the Army-2015 forum.
Russian-made drones, aircraft, helicopters and armored vehicles and ships are expected to show off their capabilities during the forum.