Moscow Poly Signed Cooperation on Training Staff for Operating Unmanned Vehicles
A day earlier, Moscow Poly and 23 more industrial partners – universities and industrial enterprises have signed a cooperation agreement of training staff in the sphere of “Unmanned Vehicles” at “Moscow Technical School”. The document was signed by Moscow Poly vice-president for scientific affairs Anton Nalivaiko.
The mayor`s official website quotes the head of the Department for Investment and Industrial Policy for Moscow Vladislav Ovchinskii as saying:
Development of such a complex but strategically important area as “Unmanned Vehicles” requires establishing a special educational infrastructure in cooperation with highly qualified specialists. Thus, in the framework of the “Moscow Technical School” project, we have signed cooperation agreement with the 24 leading companies and universities. They`ll be training staff pool to operate the capital industry.
The Moscow Poly vice-president notes that developing unmanned transport and training engineers are the key goals that the modern science, industry and education face with.
Moscow Poly has been active in this sphere and carries out the training of majoring specialists, as well as implements technological projects in intellectual management systems, sensorics and development of technical solutions both for land transport vehicles, and flying vehicles. Agreement signing is an important stage of forming partnership relations between the scientific-educational organizations and industry in Moscow for achieving the common goal”, - Anton Nalivaiko emphasized.
In addition to Moscow Poly specialists, scientists and teachers from such institutions as MISIS, MIPT and MAI will engage in developing the educational courses. Apart from that, the project will also attract experts from the capital enterprises: “Aeromax” civil unmanned helicopters manufacturer, “Irkutsk” aircraft company, “БГ-Оптикс” security system developer and many others.
For reference: “Moscow Technical School” is a project by the Moscow government established in 2021. It aims at improve qualification of Moscow engineers when working with innovation technologies that optimize production processes and help build industrial capacity. Moscow Technical School is planning to establish nine education field areas: “Communication Technolgoies”, “Additive Technologies”, “AI in Industry”, “Industrial Design”, “Microelectronics and Photonics”, “Robotics and Sensorics”, “Digital Twins”, “New Production Technologies” and “Unmanned Vehicles”.