Russian State Scientific Center for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics - TsNII RTC

Type of activity:
Auxiliary Vehicles

21 Tikhoretsky Prospect, Saint Petersburg, 194064

Phone: +7 (812) 552-01-10
Fax: +7 (812) 552-01-30

Key directions of development of scientific and technological activity:

  • Creation of mobile robotic systems and transport manipulating systems of different environments

  • Intellectualization of control systems for robotic systems and their groups

  • Creation of information support for robots

  • Creation of microrobotics tools and miniature robotic systems

  • Creation of systems of radiation monitoring, intelligence and control

  • Creation of mechatronic, photonic, laser and optoelectronic systems

Kadet (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
Kapitan (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
Kursant (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
RTC-05 (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
RTC-06 (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
RTC-09 (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
Yula-N (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
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