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Thanks to new digital solutions, the company has reduced production costs. These developments can be further applied to other complex multistage industries.

The resident of the Moscow technopark “Slava” was one of the first in Russia to digitize the production of high-temperature superconductors (HTSC wires). Due to digitalization, the company managed to reduce the cost of production and increase sales abroad.

The company has implemented an information network that combines technical processes and quality control systems. It fixes the parameters of the equipment and instantly reports problems. This makes it possible to eliminate faults within one work shift.

The company actively uses support measures for residents of technoparks. In 2020, she received a grant from the city in the amount of 64 million rubles for the development of a complex innovative project. Also, the company was allocated 4.7 million rubles of compensation for export contracts. A new export grant in the amount of 4.6 million rubles was approved this year.

“Technoparks in Moscow are a key element of the city’s innovative infrastructure. They are in demand among the business community: the share of vacant space at operating facilities is less than 1.5 percent. Technopark residents receive special financial support measures from the city – tax incentives, subsidies that compensate for the costs of purchasing or leasing equipment, engineering, personnel training or exporting their products abroad, ”said the head of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the city of Moscow

Alexey Fursin.

The resident of the Slava Technopark produces HTSC wires of the second generation. They are used in current-limiting devices, fusion reactors and electric propulsion systems – for example, in motors, generators, energy storage devices and magnetic systems.

The company has also developed and implemented digital solutions at its enterprise. Through digitalization, it has been able to reduce production costs and increase sales. For example, at the end of 2020, the share of the company’s exports tripled and exceeded 80 percent of the total production.

She also won the Breakthrough of the Year 2020/21 Entrepreneurial Award in the Exporter of the Year nomination.

There are 70 innovative companies operating in the Slava Technopark in Moscow. They are engaged in developments in the field of biomedicine, instrumentation, IT and energy technologies. In total, they employ over a thousand people.

Today, there are 43 technoparks in Moscow: 37 of them are in operation, six more are being created. More than two thousand companies operate at their sites, over 67 thousand jobs have been created. At the end of 2020, the number of residents of the capital’s technoparks increased by 82 enterprises. Many of them receive financial support from the city.

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