От автономного катера до новых систем безопасности на транспорте: в Гостином дворе проходит выставка «Транспорт России»

From an autonomous boat to new transportation safety systems: Moscow’s Gostiny Dvor is hosting an Exhibition “Transport of Russia”

Moscow’s Gostiny Dvor is hosting an Exhibition and a Forum sharing the same name: Transport of Russia. The Exhibition has traditionally showcased the work of the entire industry, portraying both the present and the future of Russian transport. This year, 87 exhibitors have presented their latest developments and achievements across a space of 3,900 sq. m. Among them were major powerhouse companies of systemic importance, serving millions of people, as well as small businesses targeting narrow niches.

The goal behind the Exhibition is to show the full extent of how diverse and self-sufficient Russia’s transportation complex is and what it can offer that can be called the best, latest, and most innovative. At the heart of the Exhibition is the Priority Projects Stand run by the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation. It shows what has been done and what is still planned to be done under relevant national and federal projects. Presenting their projects at the Booth this year are the Federal Air Transport Agency, the Federal Agency for Marine and River Transport, Rosgranstroy (FGKU), Russian Highways (State Company), Digital Transport and Logistics Association, GTLK (JSC), GLONASS (JSC), and Urbantech Group.

The lineup of exhibitors also included owners and operators of transport infrastructure, Russia’s regions presenting significant infrastructure projects, investment companies and banks, construction companies, logistics companies, and research institutes.

Delo Group is here to demonstrate a project aimed at developing a transportation and logistics hub to expanding the capabilities of a marine container terminal run by Vostochnaya Stevedoring Company. The project will help increase the terminal’s cargo handling capacity 2.5 times, from 0.7 million TEU to 1.7 million TEU per year.

The Sheremetyevo International Airport has presented some of the latest projects covering a number of focus areas in the field of integrated safety and security. Visitors could learn about the NEST platform, the latest radar/optical complex for countering civilian unmanned UAs, birds, and perimeter breaches, as well as SIA’s Cybersecurity Center, which is the first project of this kind to be deployed in Russian airports.

Rosmorport (FSUE) showed how the Volga-Caspian Sea Navigation Canal is being developed and hosted a keel laying ceremony for a shallow-draft ice-breaker from its stand. The vessel will operate during the navigation season in the Sea of Azov, in the Volga-Caspian Sea Navigation Canal, in inland waterways, and in other sea areas as required.

The stand run by FESCO Transportation Group featured two projects: the One-Stop Shop ecosystem maintained by Commercial Port of Vladivostok (PJSC) (which is part of FESCO Group) and the launch of FESCO’s new logistics services (China/Russia, India/Russia, and Vietnam/Russia).

Sovcomflot (PJSC) helps visitors learn about the project aimed at building a new-generation gas carrier fleet for the Arctic and organizing year-round navigation along the Northern Sea Route.

This year, however, the Exhibition went beyond the boundaries of the Gostiny Dvor. So, for example, the space near the entrance to the Exhibition housed a full-scale model of Voyager 800 Cabin, an autonomous vessel based on a Volzhanka boat and complete with a prototype of an integrated control system. The vessel was created on the premises of the Russian University of Transport under a strategic project titled Autonomous Navigation. The goal behind it is to refine and deploy autonomous (unmanned) navigation technology for inland waterways.

The Transport of Russia Exhibition covers all the segments of the industry, from vehicles to gigantic infrastructure projects, software solutions, and logistics solutions. The projects featured here have already been brought to the attention of visitors including representatives of public authorities (among whom were Andrey Belousov, First Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the Russian Federation, and Vitaly Savelyev, Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation) as well as managers of transport companies, industry experts, and people who are just interested in the subject-matter

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