Problems And Opportunities For Innovative Development In The Radio-Electronic Region Of Russia

Abstract

Electronic products accounts for a significant proportion of innovative and high-tech products in the global volume, and their amount and variety are constantly increasing. The current state of one of the leading areas, the radio-electronic industry in Russia, is analyzed in this article. There are few fundamentally new developments on the market of civilian radio-electronic products; mainly, established technologies are replicated for various fields of application. Analysis of the innovation policy of developed countries in high-tech sectors of the economy showed that the effectiveness of the chosen strategy for the innovative development of the radio-electronic industry in Russia is directly related to the results of the activities of enterprises and research and development organizations, joined by the unity of joint activities to create new models of radio-electronic equipment and new technologies for its production. In order to comprehensively consider the state of the investigated area, its strengths and weaknesses are analyzed. Despite the fact that nowadays Russia is going through hard times, the radio-electronic complex has almost completely retained its capabilities. The export of advanced types of weapon and military equipment is a clear illustration of this. The analysis made it possible to formulate the conditions as may be necessary for the effective innovative development of enterprises in the radio-electronic industry in Russia.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.212

Online ISSN

2357-1330