On 19-21 October, the TechnoSpark Group of Companies participated in Open Innovations Moscow International Forum that was held online this year.
The virtual venue of the forum hosted stands of 26 TechnoSpark startups: contract companies TEN Group (full cycle of production and development by contract), Medica (certification and localisation of medical appliances production) and Russian Center for Flexible Electronics; biotech startupsGreenGene, BeerGenomics, ReadSense; companies Solartek (solar panels for roofs), Tubot (robotic smart pig), EN RU (energy storage systems), Zdravprint (customized orthotics), InMotion (professional trackers for team sports), CleanID (system for textile RFID-accounting), Polarus (microprocessing laser), Ronavi Robotics (logistics), RMS (artificial intelligence to manage a hive of robots), CVD Spark (artificial diamonds), Smart RFID (RFID systems), SportID (electronic stopwatch for competitions), TEN+1 (vanishing football spray), TEN point (electronic informers), Artek Mask (Individual carbon protective masks), Artek Blades (3D-printed fixtures), Diamond Lab (artificial diamonds).
TechnoSpark team members also participated in the business program of the forum. In the frame of Open Innovations Forum, Denis Kovalevich, the founder and shareholder of TechnoSpark, read his report on the development of startup studios — a business model created for the mass establishment of technology startups in the context of entrepreneurs and projects deficit.
Boris Galkin, director for the development at the Russian Center for Flexible Electronics, told about challenges and marketing of innovations at the expert session.
Heads of our companies Solartek (embedded photovoltaics) and EN.RU (energy storage systems) together with other RES leaders in Russia will discuss the opportunities that are open in Russian green energy generation.
Ivan Borodin, director general of Ronavi Robotics (a company of TechnoSpark) participated in the ‘Robots don’t get sick’ session and told about a number of blatant negative experiences, which could have been avoided if warehoused were robotised.
Source: Media Office of TechnoSpark