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The international industrial exhibition INNOPROM continues. In Yekaterinburg, hundreds of companies from 24 regions of Russia and 11 countries presented such industries as energy, metallurgy, industrial automation, mechanical engineering, IT, pharmaceuticals and many others. 60 countries have already shown high interest in Russian developments. These are software, new materials, digital platforms, industrial robots and automated lines. As always, the attention of visitors and specialists was attracted by the stand of the Polytechnic University, the only university at the exhibition with its own exposition.

On the third day, one of the important topics of the business program of the INNOPROM exhibition was the discussion of government policy and development directions in the field of standardization. The session “Standardization as a basis for technological independence” was devoted to this topic. At it, SPbPU Vice-Rector for Digital Transformation Alexey Borovkov made a report on the topic “Digital certification and the national standard GOST R 57700.37–2021 “Computer models and simulation. Digital twins of products. General provisions” as a tool for ensuring technological leadership.”

Alexey Ivanovich recalled that the regulatory document was developed by specialists from the SPbPU NTI Center “New Production Technologies” together with representatives of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Russian Federal Nuclear Center – All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics”. The national standard was approved by Rosstandart on September 16, 2021 and is valid in Russia from January 1, 2022.

An important stage and confirmation of the significance of the national standard was its inclusion in the list of mutually recognized Russian and Chinese standards. The expert industry was the civil aircraft industry. As for the further development of standardization in the field of digital twins, in the near future it is planned to develop GOST RV or a military addition to the national standard GOST R 57700.37–2021. In addition, work is underway to create a national standard dedicated to “digital certification,” emphasized Alexey Borovkov.

Alexey Ivanovich spoke about the importance of “digital certification” in achieving the country’s technological leadership in the field of unmanned aircraft during the session “Unmanned Aviation – a strategy for the development of a new industry.” He illustrated the possibilities of developing digital twins of UAVs and conducting “digital certification” on the CML-Bench® Digital Platform, a unique Russian development focused on ensuring the design and production in the shortest possible time of globally competitive high-tech products in various industries and new markets.

Responding to the challenges of the time and the development strategy of unmanned aviation of the Russian Federation, in 2023, the digital platform for the development and use of digital twins CML-Bench® was supplemented with the digital UAV design platform CML-Bench®.DRONE and the digital UAV certification platform CML-Bench®.UAV, – noted Alexey Borovkov and spoke about the development, advantages and potential of the Snegir family of electric unmanned aerial vehicles.

The session “Engineering as a basis for building systems of integrated technological solutions in industry” with the participation of technological industry leaders, representatives of the federal executive authorities of Russia and the scientific and technical community also took place during the INNOPROM business program and was dedicated to the possibilities of digital twin technology and their areas of application, additive technologies in engineering and reverse engineering, as well as experience in cooperation between enterprises and university-based engineering centers. During the event, Alexey Borovkov spoke in detail about the breakthrough projects of the Advanced Engineering School of SPbPU “Digital Engineering” and the Engineering Center (CompMechLab®) of SPbPU in the interests of industrial partners and digital engineering of high-tech products.

The best practices of NIS SPbPU “Digital Engineering” in the field of training engineering personnel, implementation of additional professional education programs and record-breaking implementation of breakthrough R&D in the interests of industrial partners were presented by the deputy head of NIS SPbPU “Digital Engineering” Oleg Rozhdestvensky as part of the seminar “Best practices of Advanced Engineering Schools. Experience from the first years of implementation.” The event participants – representatives of Advanced Engineering Schools, universities that were not included in the project of the same name, and industrial partners – also discussed the possibilities of forming a system of partnerships for Advanced Engineering Schools.

Peter the Great Polytechnic University is one of the few exhibitors who pays great attention to the history of engineering in its exhibition. INNOPROM is, first of all, innovation, something new in science and technology, unique developments. Therefore, SPbPU strives through the prism of history to show the continuous connection of generations that generated and embodied the breakthrough ideas of their time. This year you can see the legendary KVN-49 TV at the Polytechnic stand.

“This is the first mass-produced TV in the USSR, which was produced in various modifications from 1949 to 1960. In the difficult post-war years, it could be bought in a regular store, which was then considered something incredible,” said Valery Klimov, director of the SPbPU History Museum, about the special exhibit. —The development group was headed by a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute, Vladimir Konstantinovich Kenigson. The first letter of his last name, K, became the beginning of the name “legend.” Then came B – this is Natan Mendelevich Varshavsky, a 1936 graduate of LETI named after. V.I. Lenin and N – Nikolaevsky Igor Aleksandrovich, graduate of 1941 LPI named after. M.I. Kalinina. And 49, this is 1949 – the beginning of mass production of televisions in the USSR. So this year we are celebrating our 75th anniversary. Production proceeded with difficulty; the first batch (several thousand devices) was not particularly reliable, mainly due to poor soldering quality. Jokers deciphered KVN as: “I bought it.” Turned it on. Does not work”. Television, as a great rarity, often became the only entertainment in communal apartments. People gathered at his place to see new programs and broadcasts. Particularly popular was the program called “An Evening of Fun Questions.” Then it became the famous “Club of the Cheerful and Resourceful” or KVN.”

The TV could receive three existing TV channels, with video carrier frequencies of 49.75 MHz, 59.25 MHz and 77.25 MHz. Receiver type – single-channel direct amplification receiver, the intermediate frequency of the audio channel is obtained as a result of beats of the carrier frequencies of image and sound. In 1949, the device cost 1,200 rubles, then the price dropped to 900 (with the average salary of a leading engineer being 600 rubles). Almost more than two million devices were produced in various modifications. At that time, KVN-49 became an innovative product of its era and a truly popular brand.

INNOPROM 2024 broke a record for exhibition area. For the first time, the organizers used all four Ekaterinburg-Expo pavilions. Their total area is 50 thousand square meters. In total, about 600 companies and organizations took part in the exhibition, among which was Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.

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