Moscow Tech Company to Produce Explosion-Proof Communications Device

Goodwin, a resident of Technopolis Moscow, is upgrading its explosion-proof wireless communication device Talezh. 

The device supports instant voice and text messaging and is designed for monitoring personnel location and measuring CO2 levels. 

„Goodwin has worked at Technopolis Moscow in Pechatniki since 2014. This year, the company was granted the status of a special economic zone resident.  With the preferences provided to Goodwin by the city, the company can significantly reduce its costs and redirect funds towards R&D. The company has completed over 500 communications projects. By 2022, it will have invested 75 million rubles into business and technology development,“ said Alexander Prokhorov, head of the Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy.

The initial version of Talezh was introduced in December 2018. The new Talezh will be enhanced with a video capturing functionality and a tracking module for personal protective equipment (garments, helmets, gas masks, protective eyeware, etc.). Talezh will be certified as an explosion-proof device and will go into production in November. The planned output is 2,000 units a year.

„Talezh is a unique device integrated into our Goodwin-Neva communications, environmental monitoring and labor safety system. The upgraded version will meet the requirements of companies operating in high-security industries, such as oil, mining, power engineering, metallurgy and construction,“ said Nikolai Kornev, CEO at Goodwin.

Among Goodwin's customers are Rosatom, Gazprom, Transneft, Norilsk Nickel, Alrosa, Russian Railways, and many others.

The company has designed and produced a number of unique products, including explosion-proof microcellular communication systems, cryptographic DECT and GSM subscriber equipment, and industrial DECT/GAP handsets.


12 august 2019