"OKBM Afrikantov is showcasing its designs in the area of mobile power units with nuclear power modules aimed at assisting with the development of the Russian Arctic zone," the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
The company, which is part of the Rosatom state atomic energy corporation, is providing forum visitors information on its Aisberg subsea power complex, which is designed to supply power to drilling and extracting equipment, the statement said.
The Aisberg reactor is capable of running autonomously without maintenance for one year and has a total service life of 30 years.
The Army-2016 forum, organized by the Russian Defense Ministry, kicked off on Tuesday and is due to last through Sunday. The forum is held in the military-themed Patriot Park in Kubinka near Moscow and in a number of locations in Russia's military districts.
OKBM Afrikantov, founded in 1945, works in designing, producing, testing and maintaining high-reliability reactor plants. Its products include navy ship reactors, fast neutron plants as well as small and medium floating power stations.