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KSTU has been represented on the Russian-Norwegian seminar on the development of civil shipbuilding

KSTU has been represented on the Russian-Norwegian seminar on the development of civil shipbuilding

04.06.2019

KSTU has been represented on the Russian-Norwegian seminar on the development of civil shipbuilding

     On 28-29 May, the Norwegian city of Alesund hosted a two-day Russian-Norwegian seminar on the development of civil shipbuilding cooperation. The conference was attended by representatives of more than 30 companies and organizations of the two countries. KSTU was represented by A.A. Nedostup, Vice-rector for sectoral scientific and methodological activities. The main topics of the seminar were cooperation in the field of localization of solutions of Norwegian companies in Russia and cooperation in innovation and high-tech solutions on the Marinet NTI platform.

     The head of the National Center for Engineering Competitions and Competitions, the captain of the "Ekovolna" expedition, Evgeniy Kazanov took an active part in the seminar and presented the engineering competition called Solar Regatta. The following advanced solutions and projects of Marinet were presented to the Norwegian colleagues: a pilot e-Navigation project, operational satellite services and analytics for the maritime industry, integrated geophysical 3D bottom mapping, underwater positioning, navigation and communications, innovative technologies for aquaculture, advanced aquaculture technology, a pilot project for autonomous and remote navigation, the "Solar Regatta" project.

“A cooperation agreement has been achieved between the Marinet center and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in the field of digital navigation solutions, technologies for aquaculture and fisheries, and underwater technologies. The development of the first joint interdisciplinary projects in the field of autonomous navigation, seismic prospecting and hydroacoustics has begun, implementation is scheduled for this fall,” Press Service of the National Technological Initiative says. Reports say that during the meetings and bilateral meetings, areas of cooperation were identified for the implementation of joint research projects and the development of high-tech solutions. A separate area of cooperation should be the development of joint proposals for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to regulate autonomous navigation.

“Norway is the world's clear leader in high technology for the maritime industry. Russia, in turn, has a strong school and advanced technologies in digital technologies, robotics, high-tech solutions - and here we have opportunities for implementing joint projects and creating joint products not only for the markets of Russia and Norway, but also for the entire international market. By strengthening each other’s competencies, we can offer unique offers for our foreign consumers,” Alexander Pinsky, Director General of the MariNet Branch Center said.

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