They have already trialed a thermal scope so one would assume they are aiming for more night vision equipment being introduced.
Most of their ATGMs have optional thermal sights available. How many actually have them deployed is another matter.
Russian night vision systems - the best in the world. And only bureaucratic inertia hinders their widespread introduction into military and civil practice.
Moscow "Geophysics NV" has presented the new technology. Similar technology around the world only present in the U.S. and even then not always.
In one of the countries in the Middle East, completed testing of various night vision systems for helicopters where the Russian system proved better than American one. Some people speak of nanotechnologies in the future tense. In "Geophysics NV" created a platform for their systems based on nanotechnology. It's possible already to produce so-called strapdown surveillance system. Border guards are beginning to use systems that allow to see a see a man in the grass at a distance of nearly 4 km at night. And not only see but also to record the exact coordinates of the observed object.
A helicopter, using the latest "night" spectacles, can see in the dead of night within a radius of several kilometers. For the first time in the world created electron-optical converters operating in the ultraviolet range. This is a revolution in night vision
Russia has paid 0$ for it's night vision. Half the FLIR's created in the US were scammed out of the country this way. Never paid for.