MARINET projects will be presented at Open Innovations Forum

Annual forum Open Innovations will take place on October 16-18, 2017 in Moscow, Skolkovo Technopark. The forum’s main goal is the development and commercialization of new technologies, the popularization of world technology brands and the creation of new tools for international cooperation in the field of innovation.

https://www.forinnovations.ru

A Number of MARINET projects will be presented at the RVC stand within the NTI exhibition.

International Conference on MarineRobotics2017 in St Petersburg

International Conference on Marine Robotics in Ocean Exploration will take place on 9-11 October 2017 in St Petersburg State Marine Technical University with support of Science and Technology Society of Russian Shipbuilders named by A. Krylov.

http://marinerobotics2017.smtu.ru/index_en.html

Address: Russia, 190121, St Petersburg, Lotsmanskaya Street 3.

Please contact Professor Kirill Rozdestvenskiy

Tel/fax: +7 812 714 2923 Mob: +7 931 298 3421

Email: kvrxmas@yahoo.com and marinerobotics2017@corp.smtu.ru

MARINET paricipates in International Exhibition and Conference NEVA-2017

MARINET will present its projects at 14th International Exhibition and Conference NEVA-2017 in St Petersburg, Russia at 19-22 September 2017.

At the MARINET stand and at the conference scheduled for 20 September, 12:00 Conference Hall G22-G24, you will be able to see a number of the cutting-edge solutions for the maritime industry presented by 20 companies: high-speed transport, underwater robotics, solutions for e-Navigation, new energy, underwater exploration and communications and ship equipment. (more…)

Circular thermoelectric generating module

The creation of remote energy sources is a resource-intensive and complex task. There are important questions of necessity to provide long-term operation, reliability and absence of vibrations are sharply raised. Often, such energy sources are discarded in favor of simpler alternatives because of the increased cost of generated energy. But, thanks to the rapid development of semiconductor technologies and an increase in the efficiency of thermoelectric processes, new opportunities have appeared to increase the efficiency of remote systems.

The goal of the project is to create a reliable source of energy for remote marine infrastructure facilities and marine autonomous underwater vehicles. This project implements an innovative device approach of a remote electric power source. Reliability, safety, environmental cleanliness in combination with compact dimensions and high efficiency are ensured. (more…)