The head of state examined products presented by a number of corporations.
Specifically, the Ministry of Industry and Trade displayed the Russian-developed Aurora mobile operational system designed primarily for government agencies and organisations with increased information security requirements. The mobile OS can be downloaded to a Russian-made Aquarius NS 208 tablet computer.
Yet another Russian software product is the SmartFlat system, a security and comfort watchdog for blocks of flats. It can also be used as part of precision agriculture systems, a tool to digitalise farming, and a component of control systems for specialised equipment on board commercial aircraft.
The head of state also familiarised himself with a unique invention, an operator’s remote control workstation. Among other things, Vladimir Putin saw an operator drive a 120-tonne BelAZ tipper lorry at the Zhodino test range in Belarus.