On 1 June 2000, managers and technicians came together to set up a company that could offer the market integrated solutions in the field of industrial telecommunication systems.
First contracts are signed. Customers included Omsk Refinery.
Department for development of industrial communication systems under the Armtel brand is created.
The Armtel assembly plant is set up.
Production of the AW Ex analog explosion-proof intercom system is launched.
First delivery on an international project is made at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (India).
IP-based industrial communication system IPN-Armtel is designed.
14 October 2010 - Armtel is registered as a legal entity and becomes a separate company.
Arman expands its package of services; video surveillance, wireless communication and industrial lighting systems are added to the traditional public address systems.
Arman claims the Leaders of Russian Economy award in the "Industry leader" category.
Arman features in the "Modernisation and Engineering 2013" rating and is named the best company in the Russian IT engineering sector.
Arman is named the best equipment supplier for highly hazardous facilities at the 3rd Moscow Inter-industry Forum in 2014.
Arman is involved in the work of the center for import-substitution and localization in Saint Petersburg.
Arman entered the TOP-50 rating of the largest system integrators for 2016 in the field of information and communication technologies.
Armtel opens its Corporate Edge Serviced Offices in India.
Armtel receives the Russian manufacturer certificate.
The high quality of Arman equipment is confirmed by Russian and international certificates: 100 best Russian goods; Armtel's membership in the Russian-Singaporean Business Council; Amtel's Made in Russia + Russian Exporter status; Ministry of Industry and Trade Status.