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  • Robotics in Russia: How Population Decline and Sanctions Influence the Market in Russia
    Robotics in Russia: How Population Decline and Sanctions Influence the Market in Russia
    9 August 2018

    Around 4 thousand industrial robots are operating at domestic production sites by now, the sales of such machines may grow by 8-15%. Companies from food, oil and gas industry and banking sectors will start buying robots in the first place.
    Robotics application in Russian companies will be influenced by a number of factors. One of them is a natural population decline: soon, industrialists will face an acute deficit of working hands.
    What robot producers have divided the Russian market? What models of machines do local scientists develop for corporations? Read about it at INNOPROM VIEW.

  • Slovakia Steps Forward: What Interests Central European Industrialists in the Russian Market
    Slovakia Steps Forward: What Interests Central European Industrialists in the Russian Market
    25 June 2018

    The Slovak Republic will organize its national stand at INNOPROM-2018. The stand will showcase several companies, and during the exhibition Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) will arrange for consultations on potential cooperation.
    Central European companies intend to step up their business activities in several segments, so representatives of Russian and Slovak companies have held a series of business missions in order to foster new economic ties. In 2017, the two countries overcame the circumstances which had a negative effect on trade relations, and mutual turnover increased by almost 16%.
    What Slovak companies will take part in the exhibition? What do Russia and Slovakia supply under their export contracts? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.

  • Components for the Future: Industrial Supply Forum Participants to Discuss Import Substitution Projects
    Components for the Future: Industrial Supply Forum Participants to Discuss Import Substitution Projects
    20 June 2018

    In 2017, the Russian industry featured approximately one hundred import substitution projects. Local components manufacturers seek to gain ground on foreign competitors and start exporting Russian-made products.
    Even though Russia is launching new sites for components manufacturing in order to step up their use in production chains of large national corporations, so far the share of foreign components in final products remains quite high. Within the framework of supporting the domestic components market, the Russian Government developed several instruments, including the special investment contract (SPIC), programs of the Industry Development Fund, and soft loans.
    Small and medium businesses which are interested in increasing their supplies to national concerns have been organizing special production sites. At INNOPROM-2018 Industrial Supply Forum, large corporations and suppliers will partake in B2B meetings as a way to start direct communications about potential cooperation.
    What new import substitution projects have been announced? What companies will participate in the Forum's special events? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.

  • After INDUSTRIA: Stories of First Industrial Oscar Finalists
    After INDUSTRIA: Stories of First Industrial Oscar Finalists
    14 June 2018

    INNOPROM-2018 will host the fifth anniversary conferral of the National Industrial Award INDUSTRIA. Since April, the Award Council, which includes representatives of the Russian Government, members of business associations and international experts, has been selecting innovative projects for the upcoming ceremony.
    The Award was established by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia in 2014 as a way to encourage the development of innovative ideas in the national economy and draw public attention to them.
    First companies which were shortlisted for the Award continue to develop their technologies and promote them in foreign markets. As we approach the anniversary ceremony, INNOPROM VIEW decided to catch up with previous INDUSTRIA winners and finalists.

  • Technologies, Gongs, and Animated Films: South Korea's Cultural Program at INNOPROM-2018
    Technologies, Gongs, and Animated Films: South Korea's Cultural Program at INNOPROM-2018
    8 June 2018

    The Republic of Korea, INNOPROM-2018 Partner Country, will present its cultural program in Ekaterinburg.
    Ekaterinburg locals and tourists will have an opportunity to attend musical and film festivals. Korean performers will present contemporary and classical national pieces, and movies will be shown in downtown Ekaterinburg and at INNOPROM.
    Day 1 at INNOPROM will also feature the official opening of Korea's national exhibit, where over one hundred national companies will demonstrate their technologies.
    What movies will be shown at the exhibition? What companies will be representing the Partner Country at INNOPROM-2018? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.

  • Smart Megawatts: Artificial Intelligence in the Russian Power Industry
    Smart Megawatts: Artificial Intelligence in the Russian Power Industry
    30 May 2018

    Russia’s energy complex is launching artificial intelligence projects. The technology allows for downtime prevention, lowers servicing costs, and helps reduce damages caused by system failures.
    Experts estimate that up to 80% of all company information is not structured, and smart solutions have proven themselves as an efficient instrument for data organization.
    Several Russian companies, including startups and well-known concerns which specialize in this area, will present their solutions at INNOPROM-2018.
    What resources can be saved with the implementation of artificial intelligence systems? How can neural network reduce power consumption? INNOPROM VIEW discusses these issues.

  • Energetic Digitalization: Russian Companies Implement Digital Projects in the Energy Sector
    Energetic Digitalization: Russian Companies Implement Digital Projects in the Energy Sector
    11 May 2018

    Russian corporate involvement in digital projects in the power industry
    In the next four years, Russia intends to create a unified digital environment for key players in the power industry. The Government and state-owned Rosseti announced their global strategy for sectoral digitalization which would result in the creation of the Internet of Energy, allow for a 30% reduction in the dissipation of power, and promote import substitution.
    Russian IT developers, manufacturers of automation systems, and top companies working with cybersecurity were the first to introduce those projects which the power industry is currently implementing in various regions. What companies pioneered digitalization? What have they achieved? INNOPROM VIEW discusses these issues.

  • Massive Forecasting: The Industrial Sector Implements Predictive Maintenance System
    Massive Forecasting: The Industrial Sector Implements Predictive Maintenance System
    28 April 2018

    Russian industrial sector brings into play predictive maintenance pilot projects. The first models have already been put in operation at metallurgical plants as well as at power plants of generating companies – by the results of 2017, the market volume has been estimated US $ 100 mln. PdM will help the industrialists to cut the downtime and increase the efficiency of their facilities.
    What companies are engaged in the development of predictive technologies? What are the barriers impeding the rapid market development? Read in the INNOPROM VIEW material.  

  • Gold, Pharmaceuticals, and Engineering: Cooperation between Russian and Swiss Industrialists
    Gold, Pharmaceuticals, and Engineering: Cooperation between Russian and Swiss Industrialists
    24 April 2018

    Trade turnover between Switzerland and Russia is estimated to have exceeded $6bn in 2017. Russian manufacturers export precious metals and stones and minerals and import Swiss pharmaceuticals, grocery items, machines, and equipment.
    The two countries plan to expand their partnership in mechanical engineering and machine-tool building and will discuss cooperation prospects at INNOPROM-2018. Swissmem association intends to demonstrate its members’ products and services at the national pavilion during the exhibition.
    What is the dynamics of bilateral turnover? What Swiss companies have placed major investments in Russia? INNOPROM VIEW discusses these issues.

  • German Optimism: The Country Prepares for INNOPROM and a New Business Season
    German Optimism: The Country Prepares for INNOPROM and a New Business Season
    13 April 2018

    German companies first participated in INNOPROM International Trade Fair in 2010. Since then, business relations between the Russian Federation and Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) have reached a new level, in part due to discussions and meetings held at INNOPROM.
    Currently, Germany occupies the second place (behind China) in its trade turnover with Russia. Based on 2017 results, it increased by more than 20% to $50bn. Germany primarily exports machinery, cars, and products of the chemical industry, whereas Russia predominantly supplies raw materials.
    In 2018, German companies intend to boost their business activity and investment into the Russian economy. What barriers prevent European companies from performing better in Russia? What German concerns will attend INNOPROM-2018? INNOPROM VIEW discusses these issues.

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