Moscow Poly Signed Agreement with “RoboStation”
The VDNKHa “Robostation” pavilion has held a HighTech Technologies Week. At the event, head of the Moscow Poly Center for Project Activity, Ivan Petukhov presented 3 projects to be carried out in collaboration with “RoboStation” – the most large-scale exhibition for achievements in robotics in Russia.
According to the speaker, the first project - Emotional Portrait – will help determine human emotions, and depending on their mood, suggest solutions, such as, for example, cheer them up or provide useful information.
The second project is for the school students – Robot Traveler. The participants will have a chance to see themselves as real developers and create a browser game starting with the plotline description and finishing with the project testing.
And the final project – Interactive Stand – is also created for children. The players will have to overcome extraordinary situations to complete the space mission. For that, school students will be given aerospace control panel that contains interactive elements.
The projects will be carried out by the Moscow Poly students under Project Activity discipline. According to Center for Project Activity employee and project supervisor, Anna Nikulina the students actively participate in projects.
“Guys understand how important the working experience and project activity are for further employment”, - said Anna.
These shared projects give start to the cooperation between the University and RoboStation under the Agreement. Also, the document accounts for cooperation in the sphere of educational programs, promoting and developing Russian technologies.
For reference: the HighTech Week that Robostation pavilion held contained 7 subjects: “Robotics”, “Photo- and Videotechnologies”, “Additive Technologies”, “Cosmonautics”, “NFT”, “VR, AR” and “3D Modelling”.