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December 21, 2021, 13:42

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Its area is one thousand square meters.

The 21st Children’s Technopark has opened in the capital; it has become the second on the basis of the Russian State Social University (RSSU). It will be supervised by the Faculty of Information Technologies of the university. As noted Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow, nine laboratories are available for training here, including laboratories for neural networks, digital fashion, reverse engineering and virtual simulators.

“Teachers will help children and adolescents develop competencies that will be useful to them in the future in obtaining a profession. For example, children will be able to master computer modeling and 3D printing, learn to work with artificial intelligence and augmented reality technologies. Each of the nine laboratories of the children’s technopark has industrial partners – leading organizations in their field, ”said Natalya Sergunina.

In the virtual simulator laboratory, children will develop technical devices and applications based on augmented reality technologies that can be used in education and industry.

In the classroom in the digital fashion laboratory, children will be offered to create smart clothes – with built-in sensors and sensors to monitor health indicators or the ability to recharge the phone. At the same time, they will acquire skills in 3D scanning, computer modeling, and the use of VR and AR technologies in design. In the laboratory of high-tech sewing production, it will be possible to master modern microprocessor-controlled automatic machines.

Social programming focuses on multimedia technologies, such as scripting video clips or making films and podcasts on social topics. In the laboratory for prototyping and reverse engineering, children will master the use of 3D printing, computer modeling and analysis in industry, scientific research, restoration of rare equipment, museum exhibits and architectural objects.

Visitors to the Neural Networks Lab will learn how social research is conducted using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics. And participants in neurocomputer interface programs will develop neurointerfaces for children with disabilities. With their help, you can solve simple everyday tasks.

In addition, information security and circuitry laboratories have been opened in the new children’s technopark of the RSSU.


“The infrastructure of children’s technoparks today allows Moscow schoolchildren to gain access to training in the most promising areas in all districts of the capital. At the same time, they provide 400 programs for children with a wide variety of abilities and interests. Both future engineers and programmers and cinematographers, fashion designers, architects, and social specialists can be trained in them, ”said the head

Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the City of Moscow Alexey Fursin.

The first children’s technopark based on the RSSU was launched in December 2017. He specializes in information technology, industrial design, video production, virtual and augmented reality technologies.

In early December of this year, on the basis of the Russian State University named after A.N. Kosygin opened a children’s technopark “Kosygin Park”. He specializes in modern technology for the production of clothing, ecology and information technology.

The first children’s technopark of creative industries opened in Moscow

In total, there are 21 children’s technoparks in the capital.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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