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Shvabe presented innovations at an exhibition in Krasnogorsk

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As the news agency "Interfax-AVN", Holding" Shvabe "presented to the public sighting, observant and laser technology at the exhibition" Day of Advanced Technologies of Russian Law Enforcement Agencies ", which is taking place in Krasnogorsk, Moscow Region, from 25 May.

Organizations of the holding will show at the exhibition about 60 units of various equipment.

- explained the press service "Shvabe".

Shvabe presented innovations at an exhibition in Krasnogorsk


Optical observation systems, optical, collimator, night and thermal imaging sights, surveillance devices, laser designators, dosimeters-radiometers, outdoor video cameras, photodetectors, and many other products are among the exhibits.

In total, at the exhibition, working on 27 in May, on the territory of the test site of the Geodesy Research Institute, nine holding enterprises demonstrate their products.

Shvabe is an innovative holding that unites the main enterprises of the optical-electronic industry in Russia. It consists of 64 organizations in the regions of Russia (Moscow and Moscow region, Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Novosibirsk and other cities), as well as abroad (China, Germany, Switzerland, Belarus), including research institutes , design offices, research and production associations. The holding is part of Rostec State Corporation, the largest enterprises of Shvabe are part of the Russian Engineering Union. The full stake of the holding is owned by Rostec State Corporation. The general director of the holding is Patrikeev Alexey Pavlovich.
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  1. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 26 May 2017 05: 36
    +5
    You can only be happy for ours and nothing at all!
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 26 May 2017 05: 53
      +2
      Interestingly, no matter what civilian this corporation produces, or just sights?
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee 26 May 2017 05: 56
        +5
        Quote: siberalt
        outdoor camcorders
      2. parkello
        parkello 26 May 2017 07: 47
        +11
        they release a lot of things. for hospitals equipment, lasers for operations, microscopes. all kinds of spectrometers. in the space industry they supply a lot of equipment. In addition, there are also all sights. Including thermal imaging. Collimator, optical, laser target designators. Schwabe is a Russian giant in the field of optics and laser equipment.
    2. Professor
      Professor 26 May 2017 07: 00
      +4
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      You can only be happy for ours and nothing at all!

      Why so sure? Do Japanese and Americans supply advanced equipment to Schwab or did you consider Chinese to be such? Can Chinese components become advanced?
      Bourgeois technology has repeatedly pulled the industry of Russia and the USSR. And now you can’t do without them. Do not believe me? Ask those who work in this area.
      1. parkello
        parkello 26 May 2017 07: 50
        +4
        Of course we do not believe. we believe those who work there. not you. and if necessary, ask them.
        1. g16.ru
          g16.ru 26 May 2017 10: 04
          +4
          Quote: parkello
          Of course we do not believe. we believe those who work there. not you. and if necessary, ask them.

          All modern CNC machines in Russia are imported. So far, we lack such an industry as machine tool construction. From the word "absolutely."
          1. parkello
            parkello 26 May 2017 11: 09
            +4
            Not everyone . many yes, but not all. there are also Russian CNC machines. if you don’t know, then this is a minus to you.
            1. parkello
              parkello 26 May 2017 11: 15
              +5
              this time https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/91696/ these are two https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/90365/ these are three https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/91874/ and this is far from all. there is, just too lazy to rummage around the enterprises.
              1. Professor
                Professor 26 May 2017 13: 32
                +1
                Quote: parkello
                this time https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/91696/ these are two https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/90365/ these are three https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/91874/ and this is far from all. there is, just too lazy to rummage around the enterprises.

                Follow your links:
                Pomio on the turning and revolving machine 1516F3 installed:
                Italian Pulse lubrication system F.ILC, with lubrication cycle control.
                Precision planetary gearbox f. Apex Dynamics (Taiwan).
                Ball screw pairs f. Micron (Odessa).

                Continue? wink

                I repeat, God forbid there will be real sanctions, then all these "domestic" machines will become a pile of scrap metal.
                Quote: hrych
                Comrades who bow to the West, forget one thing that all fundamental science and the scientific and technological revolution are based on the discoveries of Russian scientists of the late 19th century.

                We do not forget where the homeland of the Elephants is. bully

                PS
                So Sikorsky, the father of long-range aviation, who built the world's first heavyweight and escaped from them of course built the world's first helicopter.


                * On April 24, 1924, the Argentine engineer Raul Pateras Pescara set the first world record for flying range on a Pescara No. helicopter 3 - 736 m.
                * On May 4, 1924, the French engineer Emil Amischen flew 1100 m in his helicopter along a closed triangular route. The flight lasted 7 minutes 40 s.
                * In 1930, the Italian design machine d'Ascanio flew 1078 m, becoming the first helicopter to cover a distance of over 1 km.
                * On August 14, 1932 A.M. Cheryomukhin set an unofficial world altitude record of 1 m on the first Soviet helicopter TsAGI 605-EA.
                * On December 21, 1935, a helicopter of the coaxial Gyroplane design designed by Louis Breguet and Rene Doran for the first time developed a speed of 100 km / h.
                * In 1936, the German engineer Fokke created the Focke-Wulf Fw 61 helicopter [17]
                * September 14, 1939 I.I. Sikorsky tore off the VS-300 helicopter of its own design from the ground.
                1. hrych
                  hrych 26 May 2017 15: 23
                  +1
                  Do you still remember Leonardo laughing

                  .
                  And if you want the truth, then Sikorsky in 1908 — 1911 years built his first two simplest coaxial helicopters without a swashplate. The first experimental Vought-Sikorsky 300 helicopter, created by Sikorsky in the United States, took off from the ground on September 14, 1939. Essentially, it was a modernized version of it. the first Russian helicopter, created back in July 1909. Sikorsky built the first serial single-rotor helicopter (USA, 1942).
                  Also known that the swashplate was invented by the Russian scientist B.N. Yuriev in 1911thereby paving the way for the development of helicopters, since the first models without a swashplate were capable of only significantly unstable flight. Two schemes of the swashplate are now available and this is the Yuriev scheme and the Sikorsky scheme.
                  In 1922 year Professor George Botezat, who emigrated after the revolution from Russia in the USA, built by order of the US Army the first steadily controlled helicopter, which was able to fly into the air with cargo to a height of 5 m and be in flight for several minutes.
                  In 1926, in the RSFSR in TsAGI, a “helicopter group” was created, headed by A. M. Cheremukhin. The result of the work of this group was the first TsAGI-1EA helicopter operated, making its first flight in September 1930.
                  In short, Professor, well, you can’t cover the creators of the first helicopters with feces and they did this in RI. And long before your Pescars and Amishens laughing Well, in any way you do not want to recognize the contribution of Russian scientists to progress, but laughing
                  P.S. check the data better so as not to disgrace wassat
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 26 May 2017 16: 34
                    +1
                    Quote: hrych
                    In short, Professor, well, you can’t cover the creators of the first helicopters with feces and they did this in RI. And long before your Pescars and Amishenov Well, you don’t want to recognize the contribution of Russian scientists to progress, but

                    The contribution of Russian scientists to world science is enormous, but this does not change the fact that Sikorsky did not "build the world's first helicopter."
                    Teach materiel.
                    * On April 24, 1924, the Argentine engineer Raul Pateras Pescara set the first world record for flying range on a Pescara No. helicopter 3 - 736 m.
                    * On May 4, 1924, the French engineer Emil Amischen flew 1100 m in his helicopter along a closed triangular route. The flight lasted 7 minutes 40 s.
                    * In 1930, the Italian design machine d'Ascanio flew 1078 m, becoming the first helicopter to cover a distance of over 1 km.
                    * On August 14, 1932 A.M. Cheryomukhin set an unofficial world altitude record of 1 m on the first Soviet helicopter TsAGI 605-EA.
                    * On December 21, 1935, a helicopter of the coaxial Gyroplane design designed by Louis Breguet and Rene Doran for the first time developed a speed of 100 km / h.
                    * In 1936, the German engineer Fokke created the Focke-Wulf Fw 61 helicopter [17]
                    * September 14, 1939 I.I. Sikorsky tore off the VS-300 helicopter of its own design from the ground.


                    Quote: hrych
                    P.S. check the data better so as not to disgrace

                    It’s you who’s coming to your place, and it turns out that Sikorsky “built the world's first helicopter” in 1939 when already in 1924 the Frenchman had already flown over 1000 m in a helicopter which you still haven’t built.
                    The first vertical flight in history took place on August 24 (according to other sources, September 29), 1907 and lasted one minute (for the sake of truth, it is worth noting that the flight took place on a leash, without a pilot and was not controlled). The helicopter, built by the brothers Louis & Jacques Bréguet under the direction of Professor Charles Richet, took off 50 cm.
                    Sikorsky? wink

                    The first person to fly in a helicopter was the French bicycle mechanic Paul Cornu. On November 13, 1907, he was able, on a helicopter he designed, to ascend vertically into the air to a height of 50 cm and hang in the air for 20 seconds.
                    Sikorsky? wink

                    Materiel, materiel. hi
                    1. hrych
                      hrych 26 May 2017 19: 53
                      +1
                      Quote: Professor
                      Teach materiel

                      Again Ger Professor you rub your glasses laughing
                      The first serial device was made by Sikorsky in the United States and only in 1942. The first manageable the helicopter was made by a Russian emigrant professor Georgy Botezat also in the USA and only in 1922 year. Well, I do not like Sikorsky, then the first device on which you can fly and control, rather than jump, made Botezat. laughing IT'S BEFORE 1924
                      Everything else let's say so uncontrollable bullshit laughing

                      Cornu rose half a meter laughing FIG knows what -
                      Call it a feces hanging for a few seconds laughing
                      Sikorsky, after all, in 1939 repeated his first Russian helicoptercreated by back in July 1909. Forget about 1939, this device is a copy of the device 1909 years. 1909 a year earlier than 1922 of the Botezat’s apparatus and earlier than yours in 1924 and so on. And so, the fact that he brought such devices to a series ... Replace the proud title of Professor with Associate Professor laughing
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 26 May 2017 20: 19
                        +1
                        Quote: hrych
                        Again Ger Professor you rub your glasses

                        Khrych got into a puddle with his "Sikorsky, dad of long-range aviation, who built the world's first heavyweight and of course built the world's first helicopter." The world's first helicopter? However, you are right. Sikorsky was the first in the world to create the world's first Sikorsky helicopter. lol
                    2. hrych
                      hrych 26 May 2017 20: 32
                      +1
                      Quote: Professor
                      Sikorsky was the first in the world to create the world's first Sikorsky helicopter.

                      And the first serial arrange a helicopter. laughing
                      Zvarykin, by and large, also did not invent television, but brought the topic to mind. The first patent for electronic television technologies used to this day was received by professor of the Petersburg Technological Institute Boris Rosing.
                    3. hrych
                      hrych 26 May 2017 20: 46
                      +1
                      Quote: Professor
                      Khrych got into a puddle with his "Sikorsky, dad of long-range aviation, who built the world's first heavyweight and of course built the world's first helicopter."

                      Well, Ger Professor-Associate Professor, we are making corrections, we will leave the heavyweights and helicopter series to Sikorsky, we will give the first helicopter to Georgy Botezat, and electronic television to Boris Rosing. Arranged? laughing In short, factories for workers, land for peasants, water for sailors, Palestine for Jews. Everyone is happy except Arabswassat
                2. hrych
                  hrych 26 May 2017 15: 53
                  +1
                  Quote: Professor
                  We do not forget where the homeland of the Elephants is.

                  The motherland of mammoths (these are such big and hairy elephants) is really Siberia, and so far it belongs not to Israel, but to Russia. Israel is the birthplace of such a phenomenon, so to speak, as ... well, they understood, according to one city of the same name. I won’t speak, otherwise I’ll be banned again on your tip wassat
          2. Basarev
            Basarev 27 May 2017 09: 15
            0
            That's it. Russia with its donkey stubbornness only harms itself. She would have to obey, recognize Western sanctions only as a personal misfortune for the grabbers who fell under them ... And, accordingly, throw off the anti-sanctions from the innocent ordinary people. And to give a thrust to the same muzzle sanctions so that they move and do everything so that sanctions are lifted from them.
          3. Basarev
            Basarev 27 May 2017 09: 16
            0
            Quote: Professor
            Bourgeois technology has repeatedly pulled the industry of Russia and the USSR. And now you can’t do without them.

            Quote: g16.ru
            All modern CNC machines in Russia are imported. So far, we lack such an industry as machine tool construction. From the word "absolutely."

            That's it. Russia with its donkey stubbornness only harms itself. She would have to obey, recognize Western sanctions only as a personal misfortune for the grabbers who fell under them ... And, accordingly, throw off the anti-sanctions from the innocent ordinary people. And to give a thrust to the same muzzle sanctions so that they move and do everything so that sanctions are lifted from them. It is in their own interests.
      2. hrych
        hrych 26 May 2017 09: 56
        +5
        Quote: Professor
        Bourgeois technology has repeatedly pulled the industry of Russia and the USSR.

        Comrades who bow to the West, forget one thing that all fundamental science and the scientific and technological revolution are based on the discoveries of Russian scientists of the late 19th century. Splitting the nucleus of an atom would not have been possible without Mendeleev’s periodic law, radio engineering without Popov (albeit with the patented thief Marconi at the same time), space exploration without Tsiolkovsky’s theories, and about medicine with Sechenov, Korotkov, Mechnikov, Pirogov and, of course, Pavlov’s generally silent. Also after the revolution, commissars ran until they were cleaned out like mad dogs at 37. So Sikorsky, the father of long-range aviation, who built the world's first heavyweight and of course built the world's first helicopter, escaped from them. Zvarykin gave birth to television, etc. Therefore, who is better to watch here. Moreover, the first nuclear power plant was built in the USSR, our first satellite, our first astronaut, and not Israeli laughing
      3. fzr1000
        fzr1000 26 May 2017 10: 40
        +1
        Sep 17 2015 - The Schwabe holding delivered optical sights to Ireland.
        AMP - Dec 23 2016 - The Schwabe holding delivered the first batch of night vision hunting sights to the USA, the press service of the holding reports.
  2. BABA SHURA
    BABA SHURA 26 May 2017 06: 03
    +1
    Well, nazanitse ... is this an enterprise of Germans speaking a special Swabian dialect?
    1. 210ox
      210ox 26 May 2017 06: 26
      +7
      Fedor (Theodor) Schwabe is a Russian optical engineer. He came from Germany and was a direct competitor to Carl Zeiss.
      Quote: BABA SHURA
      Well, nazanitse ... is this an enterprise of Germans speaking a special Swabian dialect?
  3. san4es
    san4es 26 May 2017 08: 13
    +11
    Sanctions have benefited fellow
  4. -Ac-
    -Ac- 18 January 2019 18: 07
    0
    Quote: Professor
    We do not forget where the homeland of the Elephants is.

    Donbass?