Russia's KRET showcases hi-tech radio-electronic solutions at Aero India

Our Bureau Bangalore | Updated on January 24, 2018 Published on February 20, 2015

Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET), a part of the Rostec State Corporation, showcased its modern radio-electronic solutions for the Indian Air Force (IAF).

At Aero India 2015, KRET presented its products to partners to become familiar with the latest achievements in a field of the identification friend or foe, special electronics, electronic systems for aviation and radio-electronic solutions.

India is one of the priority markets for the KRET and it is ready to export both the latest complexes for EW solutions and the latest avionics.

“Participation in Aero India 2015 exhibition gives us an opportunity to assess the current needs of military and civil goods market,” Nikolay Kolesov, KRET General Director, stated.

“Our advanced designs received the positive responses from international partners, especially from the Indian Air Force, which widely use the Russian military equipment. Expanding our presence on the Indian market will allow to strengthen the Concern’s positions as a complex avionics supplier of the Asian region.”

Within the exhibition, the KRET introduced its unique designs of avionics, including SAP-518 and SAP-14 jamming station, L187AE jamming system for helicopters, which were highly appreciated by the US experts. Laser optical-electronic suppression station of airborne defense system President-S surely was in the loop of the exhibition's participants. It ensures effective protection from missiles with the infrared homing heads. This solution is especially relevant for the protection of the class of military and civil helicopters and airplanes in the context of increasing threat of terrorists using the man-portable air defense systems.

Zhuk-AE, multimode airborne radars, with active phased-array antenna (FGA 35 version) was shown at the KRET’s stand as well. Its uniqueness lies in the possibility to detect and track various classes of air and surface targets with simultaneous missiles guidance to them. The system surpasses the rivals in performance characteristics and designed to be installed on the next generation aircrafts.

Published on February 20, 2015
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