RVC has collected 200 applications in the project on startup search for dual-use technologies

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Project «Dual technology» start-up accelerator Generation S «Russian venture company» (RVC) has collected about 200 applications in the field of technology for the military and civilian sectors of the economy, said in an interview RIA Novosti adviser of the General Director of RVC Vladislav Fedotov.

Track (draft) «Dual technology» gathers decision-makers in the field of technology for the military and civilian sectors of the economy. Promising projects will be able to enter the number of portfolio companies of RVC funds ‘ subsidiaries and get investment from partners track: «Voentelekoma», «Roselektronika» and JSC «Aviation complex. S. V. Ilyushin». Acceptance of applications began on 1 September, it will last until 1 November. It is planned to collect about 300 applications. The final track is scheduled for April-may 2018.

In Moscow from 16 to 18 October will take place the forum «Open innovations», the main theme of which stated «the Digital economy. The challenges of global transformation». MIA «Russia today» is the General information partner of the forum. RVC participates in this event.

«We have received about 200 applications. Quite a lot of projects related to new energy technologies, technologies of production materials, and there are several very promising projects in the field of robotics and unmanned vehicles. For example, four projects within the framework of International forum «Microelectronics 2017″, including projects in the field of distributed data protection and information analysis,» — said Fedotov.

«The branch’s mandate is quite broad, and a great variety of applications confirms that the interdisciplinary focus are more than necessary now and finds interest among industrial partners,» he added.

A collection of applications in the framework of the track is accepted by the eight investment areas: big data; new and portable sources of energy; new manufacturing technologies; sensing and robotics components; wireless technology; control technology properties of biological objects and cognitive technologies; artificial intelligence; of neyrotekhnologii and technology virtual and augmented reality.

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