According to the observational statistics a large majority of all GRBs exhibit X‐ray emission. In addition, a dedicated separate group of GRB, the XRFs, exists which emission dominates in the X‐ray spectral range. And the third group of GRB related objects (yet hypothetical) are the group of off‐axis observed GRBs (orphan afterglows). These facts justify the consideration of an independent experiment for monitoring, detection and analyses of GRBs and others fast X‐ray transients in X‐rays. We will present and discuss such experiment based on wide‐field X‐ray telescopes of Lobster Eye type. The wide field and fine sensitivity of Lobster Eye X‐ray All‐Sky Monitor make such instruments important tools in study of GRBs and related objects.

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