Croatian Robotic System From DOK-ing Being Delivered to Montenegro, Austria

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik/Suzana Varosanec writes, Dok-ing, a well known and now leading Croatian company in the field of the development and production of remote-controlled systems for humanitarian demining, underground mining and other types of crisis management, has delivered a unique command and communication centre with a multifunctional Croatian robotic system for crisis situations to the Ministry of the Interior (MUP).

This Croatian robotic system is already being used by the State Intervention Unit of Civil Protection Zagreb, and this is otherwise the first of three Dok-ing deliveries to the Ministry of the Interior, part of the project of the modernisation of the country’s fire fighting capabilities, an undertaking worth a massive 218 million kuna. The aforementioned Dok-ing deliveries are scheduled for the months of April and August for the south and east of the country.

Once all three systems are completed, the Republic of Croatia will be able to meet its obligations under the European Union’s Civil Protection System through assistance in the event of major disasters and disasters with nuclear, chemical and biological threats.

This Croatian robotic system has already proven its strength and overall capability during its involvements following various accidents in Russia and in several countries across Asia and Europe, and its delivery to two nearby countries, Austria and Montenegro, for their respective needs as nations, is now being thoroughly prepared.

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