On May 19-21, the Gostiny Dvor exhibition hall, Moscow, will host Marine Industry of Russia-2015 (MIR-2015), an annual forum established in 2011 by virtue of the correspondent decree of the Government of the Russian Federation.
The forum is traditionally dedicated to the issues of maritime engineering, adoption of innovative civil technologies, industrial cooperation and improvement of the mechanisms of public support of the industry. The business program of MIR-2015 is associated with the enlarged presidium meeting of the Marine Board under the Government of the Russian Federation. The forum will include such major events as the Far East Day and meetings of industry councils of experts.
Just as last year, Concern Morinformsystem-Agat JSC participates in the MIR forum in the conceptual format of a joint exposition of the participants of the “Ocean Development” Inter-Industry Technology Platform. More than twenty scientific and industrial enterprises and leading core institutes of higher education, including Concern Oceanpribor JSC, Research and Production Firm Meridian JSC, Central Scientific Research Institute Kurs JSC, Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Federal University, Ural Federal University etc., will display their latest advanced technology products in the following areas: Robotic Systems, Information Systems and Communication, Resources and Shelf, Prospective Shipbuilding, Life Safety and Security.
With the assistance and active participation of the Concern, the Far East Day will take place as part of the MIR-2015 forum on May, 20. This event is dedicated to the issues of implementation of modern technologies into various sectors of the maritime activity of the Russian Federation in the Russian Far East. The agenda of the Far East Day includes a round table meeting, and representatives of the core ministries and departments, governments of Primorsky and Kamchatka Krais, as well as of the leading enterprises in the field of shipbuilding and maritime engineering, are among the invited participants. The round table will focus on a discussion of the key lines of development of the maritime infrastructure of the region. The speakers will touch upon urgent issues relating to the integrated economic development of the Russian Far East, including those of modernisation of the port of Vladivostok, prospects of use of high-speed ships and ground effect vehicles on the sea routes of the Russian Far East, training of specialists in the field of development of robotic systems.
The Far East Day will conclude with a press conference during which the participants will sum up some of the results and answer the questions of federal and regional media.