Russia has offered India the technology systems «Plato» and ERA-GLONASS

© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Aminopherase in fotomonster state toll collection system Plato. Archival photoRussia has offered India the technology systems «Plato» and ERA-GLONASS© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Aminopherase the image Bank

Russia offers India to acquire technology to enter a system for tracking cargo transport «Plato», and also automated information system ERA-GLONASS, said the first Deputy Minister of transport Eugene Dietrich.

«We said from the beginning that this system («Plato») must not only be domestic, we would like to export this technology, it is fairly new» — he said to Russian journalists in new Delhi that hosted the Ministerial conference on transport, under the auspices of the International road Federation.

According to Dietrich, «Plato» is «one of the most modern in the world.» «We felt that the standard that this system, in fact, asked that can be used by our neighbors and partners, and given the fact that our relationship with our Indian friends are at a good level and we would like to develop these relations, we believe to offer the best technology that we have, for use on the territory of the country», — continued the representative office.

He added that the deployment in India this system is particularly relevant in connection with the development of transport corridors, including the «North-South». According to him, the participants of the conference, including representatives of the Indian side, «with interest» attitude to the «Plato». «I think this question has a future,» said Dietrich.

In addition, Moscow is also ready to cooperate with India regarding the system ERA-GLONASS. «We are ready to share this technology and is actively promoting on the international market. I am sure that it could be applied here,» he said.

The «Plato» was introduced in Russia on November 15, 2015. Funds raised go to the Federal road Fund in the form of compensation for the destruction of the tracks by trucks weighing more than 12 tons.