For the first time, remote mine engineering machines (ISDM) – combat (pictured) and transport-loading vehicles – were shown to the public. Both are mounted on a four-wheel drive four-axle KamAZ chassis.

ISDM makes a volley of reactive charges at a distance of 5 to 15 kilometres (3 to 9 miles), and it does it in automatic mode and at given points, with the sending of the mine coordinates to the control point. Auxiliary vehicles for replenishment of ammunition are also called in automatically as needed. The vehicle's equipment even includes a weather station.

It is known that in 2019 the Ministry of Defense signed a contract for the supply of ISDM vehicles, however, the number of cars ordered was not disclosed.