MINSK, 20 January (BelTA) - The Belarusian tractor manufacturer MTZ will showcase two unmanned aerial vehicles - BELARUS 3523i and KFU-MTZ-112 - at the exhibition Intellectual Belarus, BelTA learned from the MTZ press service.
The first one was developed by MTZ jointly with scientists of the United Institute of Mechanical Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, the second one - with the assistance of the Institute of Computer Mathematics and Information Technologies of Kazan Federal University and the commercial and industrial company MTZ-Tatarstan.
MTZ will keep working on the development of unmanned equipment together with Belarusian and Russian scientists. “Today science is creating technical intelligence for the tractor. The electronic control system will make it possible to use it as efficiently as possible for agricultural work at any time of the day. One operator will be able to manage a fleet of autonomous vehicles,” MTZ chief designer Nikolai Zezetko said.
The exhibition of scientific and technological achievements "Belarus intelligent" will open today on the basis of the National Exhibition Centre "BelExpo. Free entrance to the exhibition for visitors on January 21-22 from 10.00 to 17.30.
The Intellectual Belarus expo will be held in the national exhibition center BelExpo on 20-22 January (14 Pobeditelei Avenue, Minsk). Admission is free on 21-22 January from 10.00 to 17.30.
Minsk Tractor Works (MTZ trademark) is one of the largest manufacturers of agricultural machines not only in the CIS states but the entire world. MTZ offers over 100 tractor models in more than 200 modifications for all climatic and operational conditions. New models boast great capabilities with regard to the aggregation of agricultural machines of various manufacturers. MTZ designs, makes, and exports wheel tractors and spare parts, licenses their production abroad, organizes and offers aftersales service for sold vehicles, and offers personnel training with regard to operation and maintenance of the vehicles the company makes.