St. Petersburg companies have united in the Arctic research and industrial cluster to manufacture state of the art equipment. At present, six projects are being developed.
One of the projects is a long-distance view camera that can detect objects at a distance of up to 30 kilometers in any weather conditions and has no analogues in Russia, a spokesperson for the city government told Saint-Petersburg TV Channel.
The Arctic cluster was established in St. Petersburg in March this year to unite research centers in developing technologies and equipment for the Arctic zone of Russia.
At present, there are 19 members of the cluster engaged in the spheres of radio electronics, microelectronics, instrument engineering, IT, maritime and medical equipment, power generation, composite materials, and scientific research.
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