“Roselektronika” talked about the supply of telecom equipment for the re-equipment of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia

“Roselektronika” talked about the supply of telecom equipment for the re-equipment of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia

The United Instrumentation Corporation, the managing organization of the Roselectronica holding (includes the Rostec State Corporation), has announced the supply of equipment for the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia. Within two years, the ministry was handed over mobile communication nodes, warning systems and 2,000 radio stations of professional radio communication of the DMR standard, created by the holding.

Among the delivered devices, 13 mobile population information and alert systems (MKION) and 21 mobile communication nodes (MKS НС) were handed over to territorial bodies and institutions of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for work in emergency situations. These devices are produced by the Ryazan Radio Plant (part of the Roselektronika holding) based on the KAMAZ off-road vehicle.

MKION was created for the broadcasting of emergency audiovisual information in places of mass gathering of people and in hard-to-reach areas not covered by specialized technical means of notification. According to the developers, the basis of the complex is a high-quality LED screen that works at any time of the day under any weather conditions, communication equipment, including car and portable DMR radio stations produced by the Suzirya concern.

МКС НС is designed to provide units of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia with stable communication in field conditions. The equipment is installed on the equipment and special equipment of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the organization of satellite, cable and radio communication channels. It allows you to create a local computer network, carry out video surveillance in the task performance area, ensure data transfer, for example, video conference communication in the departmental digital communication network.

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