Innoprom Discussed Future of Electric Transport
It`s only possible to train specialists able to counter the new challenges in the automotive industry on practically-based experience. Moscow Poly president Vladimir Miklushevskii talked on it today, on 4 July, at the “Innoprom” international industrial exhibition.
The discussion of the transformations of the automotive industry, autonomous and “green” transport where the leading Russian, as well as international manufacturers participated was held within the plenary session at the “New Mobility” track.
“Construction Bureaus that are established at Moscow Poly and even longer at KAMAZ or NAMI and that are currently being established at Avtotor serve a solid base for training specialists that, without exaggeration, will revolutionize the car manufacturing industry in Russia”, - said Miklushevskii.
The SberAutoTech director general, Andrei Vasilievskii showed solidarity with the [University] president in terms of human resources. He stated that the industry needs qualified specialists and that it is necessary to focus on education and implementing specialized programs.
Vladimir Miklushevskii highlighted that, together with industrial partners, Moscow Poly established Advanced Engineering School. The key goal is to make platform solutions. Among significant elaborations made at the University the speaker singled out Smart shuttle that is displayed at the Ministry of Industry and Trade booth.
Among other speakers who took the word at the session were the deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, Albert Karimov; deputy Minister for Economic Development, Maxim Kolesnikov; the member of the board of directors at KAMAZ, Irek Gumerov; director general advisor for helicopter unmanned aerial vehicles, Aeromax, Ivan Akhrameev. The session was moderated by Denis Puck, director of automotive industry and railway engineering under the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia.
Moscow Poly acted as a co-host of the Innoprom business program having organized the “New Mobility” track. The first “Promising Transport Technologies” international scientific practical conference took place on July 4. It was held by the Moscow Poly ‘Avtonet’ NTI and NTI platform under the National Technological Initiative Foundation.
For reference: “Innoprom” is an international exhibition that is considered to be the main industrial, trade and export venue in Russia. Here, the cornerstones of policies, including the sphere of mechanical engineering innovations, are laid. The 2022 session will become one of the most important in the whole history of Innoprom. Today, Russian industry is faced with the challenges that open up new opportunities.