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Инновационные проекты транспортной отрасли Innovation Projects of the Transport Industry Sergey Tsybukov, Vice-Chairman of the Board of St. Petersburg CCI General director SPA “KP” Цыбуков С. И. , Зам. Председателя Совета ТПП СПб, генеральный директор НПО «КП»
Глобальные вызовы региона Балтийского моря и Евразийского пространства Global Challenges of the Baltic Sea and Eurasian Region Создание транспортной инфраструктуры для ВСМ Development of transport infrastructure for HSL Нефтегазовые проекты и модернизация флота Oil and gas projects, modernization of the marine Развитие энергетики и энергосберегающих технологий Development of energy industry and energy-saving technology Реализация экологических проектов и защита окружающей среды Implementation of eco projects and environment protection
The Prime Ministers of Russia –D. Medvedev, Kazakhstan – K. Massimov and Belarus – M. Maysnikovich have discussed the contemplation of a special fund creation for breakthrough areas at “Eurasian Economic Community: new opportunities of industrial development” forum: § creation of designing departments with IT-modelling, which will allow to make a quick analyses and manage the innovation product lifecycle; § common usage of structural polymer materials; § robotization of complex technological process.
The Business Council of St. Petersburg Government and the Government of Belarus National Academy of Sciences of Belarus has created a unique equipment for gas-flame spraying UHMWPE. SPA “KP” and CRI of SM “Prometey” introduced technology in JSCo "RZD“, Krylov SRC and etc. Development of the project will take place in the framework of the Scientific Council on materials science, mechanics, strength of the Presidium of St. Petersburg Scientific Center RAS in the direction of "Design Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology"
Ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) processing There are four mastered methods of UHMWPE processing at the LLC “Plastic processing plant named after “Komsomolskaya Pravda” • Press Molding – Krylov Sate Research Centre, Bortnik Fund, St. Petersburg State University • Extrusion – JSCo “RZD”, Krylov State Research Centre • Flame Spraying – the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, JSCo “RZD” • Moulding – LLC “Institute of Polymers” and Enterprises of Polymer Cluster
Creation of the LED stoplight from polymer constructional materials Digimat, Moldex 3 D Optics, Zemax, Code V softwares together allow to create the optimal design of the stoplight, to project the fitting-out and to make body parts and optical products with the optimal optical path, to make an engineering analysis by Samcef software.
Special outfit SO-21 for military swimmer Know How of the State Marine Technical University of St. Petersburg Engineering of the St. Petersburg Prototyping centre Aerials of HCS-D Leackproof headset of HCS-D Scuba S-21 Buoyancy control device BCD-21 Diving leads Support for S-21 Hydroacoustic communications station (diving) HCS-D Multifunction knife Paddles with a hydrodynamic gap Full face mask FFM-21 (scuba can be used with a mouthpiece and diving halfmask) Control indicator of HCS-D Magazine carrier of ADS Wet suit of “dry” type WSD
The use of polymer constructional materials in the scuba set S-21 Know How of the State Marine Technical University of St. Petersburg Basic technical specifications 1. BATTERY LIFE: at depths down to 10 m – 4 hrs. , at depths down to 20 m – 2 hrs. ; 2. Actuation pressure: up to 300 kg/cm 2; 3. Working medium: 60% of nitrox, pure oxygen; 4. WEIGHT – max. 18 kg, LIMITING DIMENSIONS: 611 mm × 411 mm × 183 mm; 5. CAN BE USED with the PD – 3 parachute; 6. Produced from 90% plastic and metal composite materials; 7. USED with a full face mask without a mouthpice or with a diving half-mask with a mouthpiece; 8. USED with a chemical absorber of СО 2 type CLAC (CLA)
Lung ventilator Know How of the CJSCo “Electromedical Equipment Plant” (in cooperation with the leading medical universities of St. Petersburg) Engineering of the St. Petersburg Prototyping Centre
The Common Project of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, Sector Ministries and Departments, Human Resource Development of the State program of education development coordination board, the Federal Target Program “The development of the Military-Industrial Complex”, the Federal Target Program “Scientific and Academic Staff” with the use of public-private partnership § establishment of 100 engineering centres with modern modelling, engineering and prototyping in universities; § creation of 100 modern training centres of basic professional studies for the military-industrial complex; § organization of integrated structure “University-Research Institute -Enterprise” for product lifecycle maintenance in terms of common information area, computer integrated manufacturing and electronic support.
The Prototyping Centre Engineering products with tailor-make properties for the Transport Industry Creation of a behavioral model of different tracks constructions: the “direct” and “curved track of a different radius” portion of line, the pointwork with an engineering complex of different effective noise and vibration damping. The construction of complexes designing virtual prototypes which are needed for products with tailor-made properties.
Serial production of the products with tailor-make properties for the Railway Department From - 50° to + 60°
Serial production of the products with tailor-make properties for the Railway Department
National Centre for Dynamic tests: Testing Site At present, requested dynamic tests are ordered in foreign countries, and the presence of a Russian centre will allow to make import substitution of these services and provide unique possibilities foreign companies (test for extreme temperatures from +60° to - 60°). The centre for dynamic tests will allow to test the working capacity of transport constructions, knots and materials in conditions of acting operational loadings and environmental conditions inherent to various regions of Russia and other countries. 14
The Turku Process is a joint initiative of the City of Turku / Regional Council of Southwest Finland, the City of Saint Petersburg and the City of Hamburg, supported by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Regional Policy (DG REGIO). The Turku Process partners are currently preparing concrete projects in the fields of environment, innovative enterprise and the labour market. In the future, new fields of cooperation and partners can be included. The Turku Process welcomes new ideas, proposals and partners that can contribute to the success of the initiative and promote its goal – practical joint actions for sustainable wellbeing in the Baltic Sea region.
The Finnish-Russian Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation The Modernisation Partnership Seminar, March 2013, Turku, Finland The leading experts from Finland Russia have discussed two important subject areas in which Finland Russia have the potential to develop new forms of bilateral cooperation as well as broader cooperation in the Baltic Sea region: • Opportunities for Finnish-Russian cooperation in the Maritime Industry • Russia and Finland’s Biotechnology 2020 Programme
Science Link is a network between leading research facilities of photon and neutron sources and their users. The project aims to support and encourage innovation and entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region. The challenges to overcome Geographically seen there is an uneven distribution of the research infrastructure (RI), within photon and neutron resources in the Baltic Sea Region today. A warped geographical distribution of resources leads to a warped usage of the same; today the number of industrial users from the eastern part of the Baltic Sea Region is far too small. Another drawback is that the number of industrial users of the research facilities, mainly of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), is too small. This means a big loss of potential. Industries should be able to better benefit from the world-class research faciliteis at hand - for the development of new products or services for the knowledge of society of tomorrow.
The Conference in St. Petersburg, June 2013 Access to Brilliance – Building platforms and bridges for improved Cooperation within Science in the Baltic Sea Region Main objectives with the conference § Present ideas on improved cooperation within science and innovation between Russia an the BSR EU § Discuss useful structures for cooperation (regional structures, centres of excellence, international cooperation, specialisation in science and innovation) § Discuss access of SME to science, financing access to science for SME § Consult SME of the St. Petersburg region in measurements at RI § Inform about offers by the St. Petersburg PNPI and the RI in the BSR § Speed up dissemination of results, smart usage of resources -> smart specialisation in science
Establishment of an International Distributed Designing Department based on the use of the complex virtual modeling technologies for engineering analysis and optimization of designed products from polymer materials as a part of the International cooperation network, which is based on the United Technological Platform, in the partnership with St. Petersburg Prototyping Centre, the laboratory “Comp. Mech. Lab” of St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University and etc. Foreign partners § The Southern-German Centre SKZ (Wurzburg, Germany) Technical university of Munich (Germany) § Saxion university (the Netherlands) Babson Colledge (the USA) Turku Process – collaboration between EU countries and Russia to tackle many of the regional challenges in the Baltic Sea region together. (Finland) § Science Link – support and encouragement of innovative activities and entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea region, strengthening the region’s competitiveness on a global scale. (Germany) § The International Distributed Designing Department is going to be presented at the XVII International Forum “Russian Industrialist”, October, 2 -4
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