Moscow. 09 June 2016. Kalashnikov Group will for the first time in its history demonstrate the 3D virtual exposition of the most advanced present and future integrated combat systems for land, sea and air.
“Today, despite sanctions, foreign customers are showing great interest in our products. They are interested both in small arms, and in our new product lines: unmanned aerial vehicles and assault boats for Special Forces units,” Kalashnikov Concern chief executive Alexey Krivoruchko said. “That’s why we consider the exhibition held in France and visited by delegates from more than 80 countries, to be one of the most appropriate sites to demonstrate products and hold negotiations with potential customers and business partners.”
Kalashnikov booth (198C) will be equipped with a multimedia simulator featuring 3D models of weapon systems. The systems include multi-functional boats designed under the brand of “Rybinsk Shipyard” to be used by specialized agencies in the area of monitoring, surveillance and target designation, unmanned aerial vehicles manufactured by ZALA AERO GROUP (Kalashnikov subsidiary), and small arms under “Kalashnikov” brand.
The multimedia program built into the 3D simulator will make it possible to demonstrate the technological potential on the screen and immerse viewers in virtual reality. A user can select any type of weather, landscape or environmental conditions. Visitors to Kalashnikov booth will have an opportunity to control the object through the Touch Panel and display the full range of its combat characteristics.
The simulator features the most famous small arms combat systems produced by Kalashnikov: updated Dragunov sniper rifle (SVDK), submachine gun Vityaz-SN, upgrade kit for Kalashnikov assault rifle, prototype of Lebedev pistol.
The exposition will moreover include the most advanced models of the civilian weapons: 12-gauge shotgun Saiga-12 ver.340 perfect for self-defense and practical shooting, the advanced carbine featuring a balanced operating system, and the hunting carbine Los 7-1.
Visitors will also have an opportunity to manage the assault boats BK-10 and BK-16 or unmanned aerial vehicles ZALA 421-16E, ZALA 421-16EM, ZALA 421-08M.