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The ERA Military Innovation Technopolis hosted the closing ceremony of the V Youth Scientific and Technical Conference “Young Robotics”. The event was held in absentia. More than 130 students from 28 pre-university organizations of the Russian Ministry of Defense and two organizations of the Russian Ministry of Education took part in the conference. The contestants presented 96 innovative developments and topical reports on promising directions for the development of domestic robotics. The solemn part of the ceremony via video conference was opened by the Deputy Head of the Main Directorate for Innovative Development of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Major General Dmitry Gorbatenko.
Addressing the contestants, he noted an increase in the number of works, an increase in the complexity and elaboration of the presented developments, involvement in the process of scientific work and wished the young scientists success in their inventive activity. The guests of honor of the military innovation city were: the deputy head of the city administration of Anapa Igor Vikulov and the head of the training center for professional skills of the All-Russian children’s center “Smena” Natalya Roshchina. The winners of the competitive tests in the directions “Scientific achievements and developments”, “Presentations with reports” were awarded with diplomas, cups and valuable prizes.
The event was accompanied by performances of the national Cossack ensemble “Zarnitsa” and creative performances of operators of scientific companies. The main goal of the conference is to involve pupils of pre-university education organizations in military scientific and technical creativity and their vocational guidance in the field of robotics. The authors of the best reports and developments will be included in the database of young people with high intellectual abilities of the ERA Military Innovative Technopolis.
The youth scientific and technical conference “Young Robotics” has been held annually since 2017. The event is organized by the Main Department for Innovative Development of the Russian Ministry of Defense. The conference was organized in two sections. In the first, the participants demonstrated scientific achievements, developments, ideas and samples of robotic systems for land, sea, air, space and interspecific purposes.
The expert group identified the leaders in seven nominations.
Section “Scientific achievements and developments”.
Nomination “The best development in the field of robotics”: Eliza Orekhova, Vitalina Lindenburg, (St. Petersburg Cadet Corps Boarding School of the Russian Ministry of Defense) project “High-pass ground robot with laser guidance.”
Nomination “The best idea in the field of robotics”: Daniil Petrov (Tver Suvorov military school of the Ministry of Defense of Russia) project “Social robot” Kesha. V 2.0 “.
Nomination “The best example of a ground-based robotic complex”: Grigory Khityaev, Alexandra Damba (Kyzyl Presidential Cadet School of the Ministry of Defense of Russia), the project “Model of a tank for street fighting” Skopimer 1 “.
Nomination “The best example of a maritime robotic complex”: Tikhon Zarezin, Svyatoslav Baleklevsky, Artem Abramovich, Pavel Tatarinov (Branch of the Nakhimov Naval School (Vladivostok Presidential Cadet School) of the Ministry of Defense of Russia), the project “Unmanned boat – maritime robotic and dual-use module.”
Nomination “The best example of an aerial robotic complex”: Artem Brovin (Petrozavodsk Presidential Cadet School of the Ministry of Defense of Russia) project “Creation of a stratospheric unmanned aerial vehicle for military purposes.”
Nomination “The best example of a space robotic complex”: Konstantin Tanov, Mikhail Averin (Stavropol Presidential Cadet School of the Ministry of Defense of Russia) project “Autonomous robotic unit for the extraction of Helium-3 on the Moon”.
Nomination “The best example of an interspecific robotic complex”: Kirill Tarasenko, Ivan Pavlychev, Andrey Mosunov (Orenburg Presidential Cadet School of the Ministry of Defense of Russia) Project “Robotic Complex (RTK) Dozor”.
In the second section, the conference participants made presentations. Young scientists presented research (design) work in five thematic sections, covering the current state of robotics and the prospects for its development in different environments.
Section “Speeches with reports”.
Winner in the thematic section “Current state of robotics and prospects for its development”: Nikolai Palikov (Petrozavodsk Presidential Cadet School of the Ministry of Defense of Russia) report “Robotic systems for military and special purposes.
Current state and development prospects “. Winner in the thematic section “Designing robots for various environments”: Yaroslav Loparev (Tula Suvorov Military School of the Russian Ministry of Defense report “A promising command spreader on micromechanical sensors”.
Winner in the thematic section “Robots in the Armed Forces and the Prospects of Their Use” Mikhail Malyugin Dmitry, Korostelev (Tyumen Presidential Cadet School of the Russian Ministry of Defense) report “Self-propelled military reconnaissance docking station” ARK Island “.
The winner in the thematic section “Robots and Artificial Intelligence” Anton Petrov (Tver Suvorov Military School of the Ministry of Defense of Russia) report “Study of the principles of synchronization of swarm unmanned aerial vehicles.”
Winner in the thematic section “Man and his robot assistant”: Roman Boyko (Ussuriysk Suvorov military school of the Russian Ministry of Defense) report “Orbital garbage bin“ OM-1 ”.
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