Instrument Makers of Rosatom to Deliver Five Radiation Monitoring Systems for Navy

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Specialized Research Institute of Instrument (SNIIP part of the Engineering Division of the state corporation “Rosatom”, holding “Atomenergomash”) is planning this year to deliver five multi-purpose information-management systems (IUS MN) for the Navy of Russia, necessary for the control of radiation levels and accident prevention on ships, “Atomenergomash” said.

The information management systems, developed and delivered by SNIIP, are related to the current generation of information management systems and are a key element in ensuring the survivability of the ships. The company for more than 10 years provides the ships of the Russian Navy with these systems and develops the modernized information-management system (IUS MN).

SNIIP received a certificate of approval of the type of measurement facility IUS MN for the Russian Naval Fleet.

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Posted on February 10, 2015, in Shipbuilding Industry News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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