The core goal of the Helicopter Avionics Integration Centre (HAIC) will be to develop and upgrade integrated on-board avionics for military, special-purpose and commercial helicopters built by Russian Helicopters.
Artyakov, who is also first deputy CEO of Rostec, has served as Chairman of the Board of Russian Helicopters since July 2013. Oboronprom CEO Dmitry Lelikov was re-elected as Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors
The Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant, a Russian Helicopters company, is launching a programme to re-tool and upgrade its production facilities. The first stage involves modernising and expanding production of protective coatings.
The third prototype of the Mi-38 made its first flight on 29 November 2013. The positive test results open the way for a swift transition to the start of in-house certification tests to Russian AP-29 standards.
The company provides about 40,000 jobs for highly qualified staff and works hard to raise the profile of engineering professions and to attract talented young people into the high-tech helicopter-building sector, as well as to develop social programs.
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