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On January 30, students of the State University of Management presented their project “Technological Media Frontier” at the expert session “Concept of diversification of the defense industry.”

Technological media frontier is a collection of announcements of planned events from major Russian and foreign organizations.

Students reviewed 5 promising topics: energy storage, hydrogen technologies, low-power nuclear power plants, nuclear medicine and additive technologies.

The project team is positioning this product as a tool for short-term and long-term planning in organizations, since companies vitally need to know about the actions of their competitors. There is no single resource on which this kind of information is collected, so the students decided to develop it.

“This collection is to help the management staff of all organizations that work in certain areas. Based on the data, the manager can realistically assess what competitors are planning to do and draw up his own plan taking into account their activities. In some way, this collection can also be useful in monitoring one’s own activities: when the number of projects within organizations goes into dozens, it’s hard to keep all the key dates and deadlines in mind, and we with our collection literally act as a “reminder,” shared one of the authors project, student of the Institute of Economics and Finance Egor Ivanov

The guys plan to release an updated collection in July 2024. New announcements from companies for the first quarter of this year will be added to it, and announcements of those events that should have already taken place will also be checked.

At the beginning of next year, students also plan to prepare a large final collection with information about what companies announced and what was ultimately done for 2024.

Students express special gratitude to their curators Tatyana Pershina, Andrey Sychev, Artem Savostitsky.

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