Moneta, a part of DI-Group, won in HealthNet section with their design of a new type spirograph for telehealth purposes.
In AeroNet roadmap, the winners included two projects: “Unmanned system for evaluation of efficiency of agricultural land usage” by IndorSoft and “Development of solutions for real-time high-precision coordination of flight and landing for groups of unmanned aerial vehicles” by Compstar. IndorSoft is widely known on the Russian market of geographic information systems (GIS) and computer assisted design (CAD) systems. The company offers integrated hard-and-software solutions to automate the work of planning and surveying activity companies and operator companies involved in road construction industry. The products of this company are exported to CIS countries, the Baltics and Mongolia. Compstar has been on the market for more than 10 years, it implements IT and telecom projects.
“Method for production of metal-particle compounds based on micro- and nanoparticles for quick alteration of metal properties to meet custom design requirements” by Powder technologies was among the winners of the TechNet roadmap. The main business of the company is the production of nanopowders of metal, compounds and several chemical compounds (metal oxides and nitrides). The company has its own production facilities and equipment that enables it to do the whole cycle – from raw material treatment to packaging of the final product – in compliance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
In MariNet, Tomsk company Planar technologies won with its project “Design of a prototype for establishing a link with ship-to-air and ship-to-shore drones”. The company offers services in design of electronics, hardware and design of printed circuit-boards.
Each of these projects will receive a grant amounting to 5-20 million rubles. According to the website of the Foundation, a total of 726 applications from 54 regions of Russia were accepted for the contest. Following the contest, 130 companies will receive grants for the total amount of two billion rubles.
As a reminder, the INO Tomsk project roadmap includes an event to boost the participation of universities, scientific organizations and companies in the Tomsk Region to implement the roadmaps of the National technology initiative.
The purpose of Development-NTI contest is to support the budding R&D for the purpose of implementation of roadmaps of the National technology initiative (NTI). The contest selected the projects stipulating R&D that correspond to the intent of NTI roadmaps, approved by the Presidium of the Presidential Council for Economic Modernization and Innovations of Russia.