February 28, 2017, JSC “R.E.Alexeev’s
Hydrofoil CDB” participated in extended session of the working group of
National technical initiatives (NTI) Marinet, which took place in State
technical University, named after R.E.Alekseev, of Nizhny Novgorod. The session
was attended by over 100 representative
of leading companies, research centers and Universities of the Maritime
industry, as well as governmental authorities and development institutions.
session was opened by the Head of the Working group, Sergy Generalov. The
Deputy Governor, Miniter of industry, trade and entrepreneurship
of Nizhny Novgorod region Yevgeny Lyulin appeared with opening remarks. The
Deputy Head of the Working group Alexzander Pinskiy presented a report on the
work of the Working group “Marinet” and work plans for 2017.
paid special attention to the projects in the segment of high-speed water
transport, sain the Deputy Head of the Working group “Marinet”, representative
of the company “Tranzas” Alekzander Pinskiy. – These are new ekranoplanes,
hydrofoils, hovercrafts, and their controlled systems. The attractiveness for
the Marinet of such projects is included in that fact thatsince the Soviet
times there is a unique production and technologies of the world level in
Russia, which practically do not have competition abroad”.
session members noted that the hogh-speed water transport – ekranoplanes,
hydrofoils, speed hovercrafts – are the perspective segment of the world
marlet, where the national shipbuilder still remain one of the leading
positions. The new high-speed vessels can compete with aircrafts on speed and
comfort and to surpass them in efficiency. The projects of this field were
presented by R.E.Alekxeev’s Hydrofoil CDB, RDCAqualines and CSRI “Course”
together with Shipbuilding company “Aerohod”.
represented by Sergey Korolev, Director for innovative development, marketing
and foreign trade, performed the project “The design and creation of innovative
multipurpose high-speed transport platform of new generation”.
the session, there were approved 20 new projects in the field of high-speed
water transport, automation of vessels and underwater robotics, as well as the
technology of the development of World ocean resources. As it was said by the
Agency of strategic initiatives (ASI).