The Semikhatov Automatics Research and Production Enterprise will be introducing space technologies in the oil industry, Enterprise CEO Andrei Misyura said on Friday.
The chief executive made this statement at an enlarged presidium session of the Union of Defense Industry Enterprises of the Sverdlovsk Region in the Urals and the Sverdlovsk regional branch of the Union of Russia’s Machine-Builders public organization.
“The Automatics Enterprise’s plans include developing cooperation with Russia’s major ship-building and aircraft-making corporations. The emphasis has also been made on the enterprise’s work in the oil and gas sector. We are ready to offer partners our developments in the field of small-scale energy projects, sensor equipment and automation of the energy sphere,” he said.
The enterprise already worked earlier in this direction, Misyura said.
“Now we’re restoring anew our cooperation ties and entering this market,” he said.
The Automatics Research and Production Enterprise named after Academician Semikhatov is one of the oldest enterprises in Russia specializing in developing and producing control systems and radio-electronic equipment for the rocket and space hardware and the automation of technological processes in industry.
It provides for a full technological cycle of creating unique automated control systems and complexes widely used in outer space, at sea, in the oil and gas industry, metallurgy, the energy sector, the housing and utilities sector and railway transport.
In particular, the Semikhatov Enterprise produces control systems for Russia’s advanced Soyuz-2 carrier rocket and Bulava and Sineva ballistic missiles.