Video ID: 20141022-001
C/U Automatic remotely controlled observant-fire complex “ADUNOK”
M/S Man testing maneuverability of automatic remotely controlled observant-fire complex “ADUNOK”
C/U Man testing maneuverability of automatic remotely controlled observant-fire complex “ADUNOK”
M/S People at exhibition
W/S Man examining handgun
C/U Unmanned flying vehicle
M/S Visitors looking at body armour on mannequins
C/U Body armour on mannequins
W/S Rear of hovercraft
SOT, Sergey Golubkov, Technical Director of ‘Aerokon’ (Russian): “This vehicle is designed for water travel, including high spots, snow, ice, marshes. It is able to travel the snow slopes. Its speed on water is more than 70 kilometres per hour [43.5 miles per hour].”
W/S Patrol boat
C/U Lights on boat
C/U BUR Small-size grenade-launching system
M/S AGS-30, a Russian-designed automatic grenade launcher, plus various sniper rifles
C/U Heavy semi-automatic sniper rifle OSV-96
W/S Interpolitex 2014 exhibitors
M/S Interpolitex 2014 sign
W/S Entrance to exhibition
The international security exhibition Interpolitex 2014 kicked off Tuesday in Moscow, showcasing a wide variety of sniper rifles, grenade launchers, body armour, hovercraft, and other equipment that could be used by militaries and police. More than 471 exhibitors, including 64 foreign firms, are showcasing their wares. Interpolitex 2014 has four main sections: military, police, border and unmanned vehicles.
Among particular items on display include the automatic remotely controlled observant-fire complex “ADUNOK,” heavy semi-automatic sniper rifle OSV-96, BUR small-size grenade-launching system, a Panasonic “Toughpad” tablet, MTs116M sniper rifle, a new stock for Kalashnikov assault rifles, and a hovercraft that can travel up to 70 kilometres per hour (43.5 miles per hour).
The exhibition lasts until Friday.
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