DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF STATE SECURITY

With the support of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation, within the framework of the 26-th International Exhibition of Means of State Security Provision "INTERPOLITEX" with its main agenda devoted to the issues of digitalization and digital transformation in the interests of national security support, a specialized exposition and business program of the International Forum "INTERPOLITEX: digital transformation of state security" is being formed.

The exhibition and the Forum will serve as a link and additional tool to strengthen the cooperation coordination between federal executive bodies and key participants of state programs and federal projects implementation in the field of interagency information exchange, information infrastructure improvement and expansion of current methodology of digital transformation programs in order to increase the effectiveness of the national security system functioning.

“Interpolitex” continues to increase its potential by combining the efforts of competent agencies in the fight against crime and the protection of national interests.

“Interpolitex” is the realm of digits and technology. This is how the vector of development of the Exhibition was determined by Rossiyskaya Gazeta.


SPECIALIZED EXPOSITIONS

- Exposition "Infosecurity"

- Exposition "Infrastructure".

- Exposition "Services".

- Exposition "Technologies".

-Trend-exposition "Import Substitution.

- Contest section "Leaders".

- Innovation Platform "SAY FUTURE: Digital". 

Key Forum topics:     

  • Plenary session "Digitalization as a tool for ensuring national security".

  • Global digitalization and international information security.

  • Development of a secure information space: security and stability of the information infrastructure.

  • "Digital maturity" and the achievement of efficiency in the realization of Russia's national interests in the information sphere.

  • Power rivalry in new environments.

  • Ensuring technological independence in the field of information technology and equipment.

  • Financial innovation: a balance between national interests and state security.

  • Applied sections: digital technologies in the interests of public authorities implementing government policy in the field of national security.

Participants and Visitors:

Heads of digital transformation of the state authorities of the Russian Federation and subjects of the Russian Federation, representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, Ministry of Defense of Russia, Emercom of Russia, Ministry of Justice of Russia, Federal Security Service of Russia, (including Border Service), Russian National Guard Service., the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, relevant 



PROTECTION AND DEFENSE

The Russian Guard exposition is one of the key thematic sections of INTERPOLITEX aimed at contributing to the modernization, reequipment and upgrading of the with state-of-the-art weapons and systems.

The Russian Guard exposition is organized by the Federal Guard Troop Service of the Russian Federation. 


2.1. Counter-extremism armament and military equipment:

2.1.1.1. Automotive vehicles:

2.1.1.2. Motor cars.

2.1.1.3. Buses.

2.1.1.4. Cargo trucks.

2.1.1.5. Multi-purpose army trucks.

2.1.1.6. Special-purpose vehicles.

2.1.1.7. Towline transporter tracked vehicles.

2.1.1.8. Towing equipment.

2.1.1.9. Multi-purpose trailers and semi-trailers.

2.1.1.10. Multi-purpose container bodies and van-bodies

2.1.1.11. Maintenance, repair and recovery mobile equipment and systems.

2.1.1.12. Armoured vehicles and materiel.

2.1.1.13. Armoured personnel carriers.

2.1.1.14. Other types of armoured vehicles and materiel.

2.1.1.15. Other types of special-purpose vehicles and systems (including robotic systems).  

2.1.2. Artillery systems:

2.1.2.1.Non-self-propelled artillery systems.

2.1.3. Aircraft systems and aviation assets:

2.1.3.1. Helicopters.

2.1.3.2. Multi-purpose aircraft and aerial vehicles.

2.1.3.3. Unmanned aerial vehicles and systems.

2.1.3.4. Air dropping, air landing and units inserting means, equipment and systems.

2.1.3.5. Rescue and survival means.

2.1.4. Naval vessels, armaments and equipment:

2.1.4.1. Low tonnage surface ships.

2.1.4.2. Naval auxiliary vessels.

2.1.4.3. Naval vessels.

2.1.4.4. Naval vessels and coast garrison force armament and weapon systems.

2.1.4.5. Automated navigation, target designation and communication means and systems.

2.1.4.6. Simulation, test and training systems.

2.1.5. Radiation, chemical and biological weapon protection systems:

2.1.5.1. Radiation protection technical systems, equipment and materials.

2.1.5.2. Chemical protection technical systems, equipment and materials.

2.1.5.3. Biological protection technical systems, equipment and materials.

2.1.5.4. Radiation, chemical and biological survey means, systems and equipment.

2.1.5.5. Decontamination means and equipment.

2.1.5.6. Incendiaries and smoke agents.

2.1.5.7. Miscellaneous. 

2.1.6. Engineer equipment, technical facilities, means of protection:

2.1.6.1. Engineer weapon systems

2.1.6.2. Engineer technical equipment and systems

2.1.6.3. Engineering tools and equipment

2.1.6.4. Engineer assets for personnel and materiel protection

 

2.2. Military electronics

2.2.1. Tele-communication equipment and communication systems:

2.2.2. Laser equipment and optoelectronics

2.2.3. Global and local positioning systems, communication and control systems

2.2.4. Electronic detection systems

2.2.5. Image processing and representation systems

2.2.6. Electronic countermeasures (ECM) systems

2.2.7. Personal call and control systems

2.2.8. Training systems and assets

2.2.9. Control and repair facilities

2.2.10.Power-supply sources and systems

2.2.11. Primary power supply sources

2.2.12. Renewable power supply sources

2.2.13. Conversion, transmission and electric power distribution systems

2.2.14. Stationary, mobile, towered, portable and built-in secondary power-supply sources

2.2.15. Radio communication means and facilities, automated communication systems

2.2.16. Other types of military communications radioelectronics equipment.

   
2.3. Logistics and rear services support:

2.3.1. Resources’ provision:

2.3.1.1. Military uniform, gear and equipment supply.
2.3.1.2. Subsistence support (alimentary and water-treatment products, utensils and kitchen appliances).

2.3.2. Transportation means and services:

2.3.2.1. General-purpose transport vehicles.

2.3.2.2. Special-purpose transport vehicles.

2.3.2.3. Petroleum products and lubricants.

2.3.2.4. Auxiliary equipment.

  
2.3.3. Law enforcement agencies medical and health services support:

2.3.3.1. Military-medical examination and assessment of professional and psychological suitability.

2.3.3.2. Personnel selection techniques.

2.3.3.3.Personnel healthcare system.

2.3.3.4.Healthcare delivery in emergency situations, natural and man-made disasters and military conflicts.

2.3.3.5.Personnel medical and psychological follow-up.

2.3.3.6.Healthcare institutions and convalescence homes material and technological facilities and infrastructure.

2.3.3.7.Health resort treatment and rest.

2.3.3.8.Emergency healthcare and medical aid services.

2.3.3.9. Emergency medical aid services special-purpose equipment.

2.3.3.10. Specially fitted casualties transportation and immobilization facilities.

2.3.3.11.First-aid medical equipment.

2.3.3.12. Health and medical innovation technologies.

2.3.3.13. Appliances for emergency medicine.

2.3.3.14. Minimally invasive technologies.

2.3.3.15. Prophylactic-epidemiological agents.

2.3.3.16. Emergency medicine medical supplies.

2.3.3.17. Special nutrition and nutritional supplements.

2.3.3.18.Medical equipment, instrumentation and diagnostics.

2.3.3.19. Functional diagnostics and testing.

2.2.3.20. X-ray radiography.

2.3.3.21. Ultrasonic and ultrasound equipment.

2.3.3.22. Laser equipment and devices.

2.3.3.23. Instruments and appliances.

2.3.3.24. Medications.

2.3.3.25. Advanced and innovation medical and healthcare technologies.

2.3.3.26. Primary healthcare.

2.3.3.27. Laboratory medicine (test-systems, laboratory and diagnostic medical equipment, laboratory furniture).

2.3.3.28. Medical expendables, suture materials, medical wear, treatment and personal hygiene products.

2.3.3.29. Design and comprehensive fitting of hospitals, physician’s offices and consultation rooms, healthcare institutions and sanatoria.

2.3.3.30. Equipment and facilities for cleaning and disinfection, sterilization and storage of sterile instruments and appliances.

2.3.3.31. Medical furniture.

2.3.3.32. Cutting-edge medical and health information technologies.

2.3.3.33. Medical scientific-research and educational institutions.

2.3.3.34. Specialized literature for advanced medical courses and training.

2.3.4  Fire, environmental safety, veterinary surveillance and inspection appliances and devices:

2.3.4.1.Fire safety devices.

2.3.4.2. Ecological safety devices.

2.3.4.3. Veterinary supervision, surveillance and inspection appliances.

2.3.5. Other types of safety provision appliances.

2.4. Weapons, tactical gear and optics.

2.4.1. Small arms:

2.4.1.1. Guns and pistols.

2.4.1.2. Assault rifles.

2.4.1.3. Rifles and shotguns.

2.4.1.4. Submachine guns.

2.4.1.5. Grenade launchers.

2.4.1.6. Silencers.

2.4.2. Ammunition and handling equipment  for ammunition disposal:

2.4.2.1. Mines.

2.4.2.2. Grenades and round.s

2.4.2.3. Cartridges and cartridge belts.

2.4.2.4. Gun powders.

2.4.2.5. Explosives.

2.4.2.6. Signal and illumination devices.    

2.4.2.7. Ammunition handling and disposal equipment.

2.4.2.8. Sights, target designators, collimators etc.

2.4.2.9. Military man tactical and fighting gear.

2.4.2.10. Arms care means and appliances.

2.4.2.11. Shooting simulators, equipment for shooting galleries and other training facilities.

2.4.2.12 Arms conceal and carry gear.

2.4.2.13. Miscellaneous.

2.5. Combat and service training:

2.5.1. Simulators.

2.5.2. Testing, shooting range, proving ground equipment and facilities.

2.5.3. Shooting galleries.

2.5.4. IT appliances.

2.5.5. Computerized training systems.

2.5.6. Control and monitoring systems and facilities.

2.5.7. Training and simulation systems and facilities.

2.5.8. Individual self-instruction and self-training aids, programmes and facilities.

2.5.9.  Custom-built and specially prepared classes, testing and shooting ranges, proving grounds.

2.5.10.Combat training regulatory and guidance and process-control and management solutions.

2.6. Robotic systems:

2.6.1. Military robotic systems.

2.6.2. Special-purpose and dual-use robotic systems.

2.6.3.Control systems: operation – power units -simulators.

2.6.4. Mission equipment mounted on robotic systems.

2.6.5. .Telepresence robots.

2.6.6. .UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles, copters, drones, gliders).

2.6.7.Swarm intelligence robots, distributed intelligent, interconnection, network and training systems.

2.6.8. New types of self-generated power-supply units.

2.6.9. Regulatory and guidance and process-control and management solutions.

2.6.10. Projects featuring unmanned robotic systems.

Goals of the Federal National Guard Troops Service exposition
 

1. Contribution to the re-equipment, modernization and technical upgrading of the Russian Guard units.

2. Demonstrating the consolidation of the public authorities, experts from the national guard units scientific-research and educational institutions, civil society organizations and associations, business circles and media in the matter of national security provision.

3. The formation of positive public opinion on the activities of Russian Federal Guard Service units as well as shaping the opinion of the public on the level of the Russian Guard technical equipment as well as promoting of military-patriotic upbringing of the younger generation.

4. Contribution and assistance in the establishment of business contacts and enhancement of internal as well as external cooperation ties between special-purpose armament, systems and equipment designers, manufacturers and suppliers of the Russian Federation and foreign countries. 

Tasks of the Federal National Guard Troops Service exposition
 

1. Organisation of the full range state-of-the-art Russian-made special-purpose weapons, systems and equipment display in order to demonstrate the full potential of the manufacturers of the Russian Federation in this field.    

2. Inspection and monitoring of innovations as well as advanced developments and solutions in the field of special-purpose weapons, systems and equipment with the aim of provision of national security.      

3. The creation of favourable conditions for business communication encounters and networking between designers and manufacturers, suppliers and consumers of the cutting-edge special-purpose weapons, equipment and solutions, as well as for the sharing of experience in the domain of highly-qualified personnel training and graduate programmes.

4. The provision of the participation in the exhibitions and tradeshows of the Russian Federation international partners in cooperation that concerns countering terrorism, extremism and other forms of crime.


 Federal National Guard Troops Service section scientific and business programme

1. Scientific and business programme of the Federal National Guard Troops Service thematic section will feature joint conference of the Russian Guard Service and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation named ‘Prospects of Development of the New Generation Special-Purpose Armament, Equipment, Solutions and Systems’. The conference will gather the leading manufacturers of the special-purpose weaponry and systems as well as experts of the  Federal National Guard Troops Service units.

2. A number of workshops, round tables, presentations, business meetings and negotiations will be held within the framework of the business programme.

3. The reports and theses of the Russian Guard section scientific and business programme will make part of digest of the INTERPOLITEX business programme.




PPROTECTION AND SECURITY

Exhibition “Granitsa” is justly regarded as Russian “testing ground” for display of achievements of domestic and foreign manufacturers working in the field of development and creation of special technical equipment and armaments used for protection of the state borders.

Exposition of the up-to-date technical means and facilities for national border protection attracts keen interest of not only specialists of the Border Service of the Russian Federation Federal Security Service but of the representatives of other Federal executive authorities and bodies and agencies working in the sphere of ensuring national security of the Russian Federation.


· Border security technical equipment and facilities:

o    Radar stations.

o    Alarm and anti-crossing systems.

o    Means of communications and warning.

o    Optics and optoelectronics (systems and devices).  

· Coast guard vessels:

o    Weapons and armaments for coast guard vessels.

o    Technical and special facilities for coast guard vessels.

·  Technical systems and facilities for border and custom control:

o    Technical facilities for checking document validity.

o    Technical facilities for vehicle checking and vetting.

o    Personal identification systems (including biometrics).

· Technical systems of border security and protection, life support systems for border troops and posts:

o    Security and fire alarm systems.

o    Perimeter defence systems.

o    Life-supporting infrastructure.

o    Multipurpose power generating pants.

· Automated control, communications and data transfer systems for border troops and agenciesк:

o    Automated control systems.

o    Systems of communications and information transfer.

·  Armaments, means of personal protection and special-purpose equipment:

o    Armaments and armored protection facilities.

o    Special-purpose equipment.

Miscellaneous:   

· Engineer installation and barrier works.

· Aero-space surveillance systems (from satellites to UAV).

· Complex, track and wheel vehicles.

· Miscellaneous.

· Canine service.
 

Unmanned robotic systems:

· Military and dual-use robotic systems.·          

· Command and control systems -operation -powerplants-simuators.

· Robotic sytems purpose-designed equipment.

· Telepresence robots.

· UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles/copters/drones/gliders). 

· Swarm robots, distributed intelligence, interaction and training systems.

· New types of self-generated power-supply systems.

· Regulatory and guidance and process-control and management solutions.

Projects featuring unmanned robotic systems



    Statistics

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Key events and topics of the business program:

  • International Scientific and Practical Conference on the development of robotics in the field of life safety "Roboemercom" (All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute of Civil Defence and Emergencies (Federal Center) of the Emercom;)

  • All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference "Safe Region";

  • Innovation and Technology Forum "SAY FUTURE: Security";

  • Forum of the non-governmental security sector "Safe Capital;"

  • Increasing technical potential and equipment of law enforcement agencies, troops and military units;

  • Increasing level of anti-terrorist protection of critical and potentially dangerous objects;

  • Modernization of border infrastructure, improvement of mechanisms of border, customs, sanitary-epidemiological and other types of control;

  • Improvement of the system of professional training of specialists in the field of state and public security;

  • Development of international cooperation in the field of countering terrorism, extremism, illegal production and trafficking of weapons, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, illegal migration, cross-border crime.

Participants and Visitors:

The Security Council of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the Ministry of Defence of Russia, the EMERCOM of Russia, the Ministry of Justice of Russia, the Federal Protective Service of Russia, the Federal Security Service of Russia (including the Border Service of Russia), Federal Service of the National Guard Troops of the Russia, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, relevant authorities of the subjects of the Russian Federation, enterprises and organizations, delegations of law enforcement agencies of foreign states.