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Ukrainian innovative start-up showcases its latest solutions for modernisation of armoured vehicles

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Ukrainian innovative start-up  LimpidArmor took the opportunity at this year’s Dell Tech Forum to highlight its latest solutions for modernisation of armoured vehicles.

According to company’s statement, the visitors of Dell Tech Forum had a chance to become familiar with functional peculiarities of Land Platform Modernization Kit (LPMK), a unique solution for modernisation of armoured vehicles, which increases battlefield effectiveness and survivability, as well as reduces management workload on the crew.

What is interesting, the LPMK was elaborated in accordance with NATO standards, as the LimpidArmor is the only Ukrainian company that has membership in the Technical Committee (Applied Vehicle Technology) of the NATO Science and Technology Organisation.


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The LimpidArmor’s stand was attended by Bertrand Lalanne, Vice-President EMEA at Dell EMC and Sophie Ronnertz, General Manager of Dell EMC in the NEE region.

“The Dell Technologies Forum is a great opportunity for our team to get acquainted with the main areas of Dell EMC’s work in Ukraine, as well as to present the functionality of our system – the Land Platform Modernisation Kit, which is already in demand both in the Ukrainian and foreign markets, “- said Mikhail Grechukhin, CEO of LimpidArmor.

“Moreover, we are open for new cooperation. Hopefully, due to this Forum, we will find partners with whom we can jointly develop new products based on artificial intelligence and augmented reality,” he concluded.

It is worth to mention that last month LimpidArmor introduced a promo video of the third version of the prototype of the LPMK, which, according to LIGA.NET, entered the TOP-27 development, which guarantees a technological breakthrough in Ukraine.

Photo by LimpidArmor

Photo by LimpidArmor

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