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News and Plans (January-February): launch of drug labeling and traceability system; modular water disinfection system; 1,000 panels made of innovative material, and much more!
Traceable Pills
The Russian factory for Servier, a pharmaceutical company, has launched a system to ensure labelling and traceability of drugs. A unique digital code on the packaging of a drug allows it to be tracked from the manufacturing plant to the pharmacy or medical institution, and the end consumer can get information about the manufacturer and the time of production.
Fresh Water
The VDK research and production company has created a modular water disinfection system in the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone. The traditional method of disinfection and oxidation of organic impurities in water has been replaced with an efficient and safe method based on the use of locally obtained sodium hypochlorite. The capacity of the system delivered to the customer is 200,000 m3 per day, which makes it possible to provide drinking water to a whole region with a population of up to a million people.
Glass Fibre-Reinforced Concrete
The FIBROL factory in Moscow has produced almost 1000 panels of an innovative material – glass fibre-reinforced concrete – with an area of over 2080 square meters, for the purpose of decorating the entrance halls of two Big Circle Line stations, Aviamotornaya and Lefortovo. This is the first time this material will be used in the decoration of metro stations in the Russian Federation.
Future Farms
Mikron, an experienced electronics manufacturer, has begun commercial production of a sensor that monitors animal health and activity. The gadget is installed in the animals' collars and collects data on their motor activity, rumination (chewing), physiological state, and overall health (e.g. body temperature).
From Scratch
ISBC Group has begun commercial production of RFID-enabled paper at a plant in Zelenograd, with financial support from the Moscow Fund for the Support of Industry and Entrepreneurship. Now, any printing house will be able to produce NFC tags for clothes and other retail items, NFC business cards and badges, cards for hotels, and more.
Shedding Light on Dark Matter
The Salyut production complex of JSC UEC will manufacture 2100 special screens for the deep-sea neutrino telescope at Lake Baikal. The telescope was designed by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research to help study neutrino fluxes as well as attempts to solve the mystery of dark matter and the origin of the universe.
Where Should We Go?
Participants of the e-voting platform "Active Citizen" will help draw up a program of excursions to enterprises in 2020 for the "Open #Mosprom" project. Muscovites will choose the industries that interest them. Voting consists of one question, and participants can pick from three pre-made answers, or provide a custom answer.
Security and Comfort
Ortomoda, a resident company of the Moscow SEZ, has released a new collection of orthopaedic shoes for people working in specialized environments. The developed products provide personal protection for factory workers and prevent orthopaedic deformations of the feet.
Chipped Production
Mikron has successfully implemented a project to introduce radio frequency tags (RFIDs) into the production of the Moscow high-tech enterprise "S.P. Gelpik," specializing in medical X-ray diagnostic equipment. RFID tags allow quick tracking of marked objects at all stages of production – from the beginning of manufacturing to fulfilment to the customer. Having such precise control over production processes improves product quality and reduces costs, downtime, and the risks of human error.
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