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pmc

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Rostec is replacing some high tech parts with low tech in auto sector to keep the production lines. this is example of Integration/Centralization. the chips in Autos are more modern than in Aviation.



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Borisov believes that the Russian industry could potentially replace foreign component suppliers, albeit not for the entire product line, because Russia lacks the capacity to produce high-tech microcontrollers and processors. “But first of all, we are restoring the Angstrem factory in Zelenograd. We also have the necessary resources, where very high technologies are not required in the field of power electronics. So there is potential and our companies are increasing their volumes in this sector, “he concluded.

new sensors.
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pmc

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Floating powers plants, ice breakers, submarines, UUAVs, lasers, supercomputers ,Lithium production all under one firm.
by adding Korean into project they give into commercial credibility and with location in Kongsberg they are expecting that Europeans will not have access to Lithium/Cobalt and other metals at reasonable price. so more Asia at door step of Europe.
This trend is strangulation of last EU big industries.

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BoraTas

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Zircon and Yasen will be a killer duo. Pun intended. Zircon armed Yasen may be the most dangerous weapon platform the US Navy faced after the cold war. Even though Russia is not a great power by economic measures, the Soviet Union's military tech legacy is definitely no joke.
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weig2000

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Zircon and Yasen will be a killer duo. Pun intended. Zircon armed Yasen may be the most dangerous weapon platform the US Navy faced after the cold war. Even though Russia is not a great power by economic measures, the Soviet Union's military tech legacy is definitely no joke.
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Russia/USSR has the longest history and are is experienced in supersonic (now hypersonic) anti-ship missiles and air defense systems. It has to do with their military doctrines.
 

anzha

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Russia/USSR has the longest history and are is experienced in supersonic (now hypersonic) anti-ship missiles and air defense systems. It has to do with their military doctrines.

First part, yes, absolutely, their SSGNs are nightmare fuel and have been for decades. But second part? Their air defenses? Unless you mean the ground/land based ones, which case, that's plausible. But sea based?
 

weig2000

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First part, yes, absolutely, their SSGNs are nightmare fuel and have been for decades. But second part? Their air defenses? Unless you mean the ground/land based ones, which case, that's plausible. But sea based?

You're right. I meant to say ground-based air defense systems.
 

Gloire_bb

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First part, yes, absolutely, their SSGNs are nightmare fuel and have been for decades. But second part? Their air defenses? Unless you mean the ground/land based ones, which case, that's plausible. But sea based?
There is nothing particularly wrong with Russian sea-based air defense systems either.
 

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