More than 20 organizations will take part in the Arctic: Territory of
Dialogue 5th International Arctic Forum exhibition, including the
Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Russia, PJSC Gazprom, PAO
NOVATEK, the Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation, PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel,
JSC Concern VKO Almaz-Antey, Rosmolodezh, and the Damen Shipyards Group.
The Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education stand will acquaint
visitors with successful innovative developments from Russian universities and
institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) aimed at solving various
kinds of problems in the extraction and transportation of hydrocarbons,
environmental protection, and the creation of new Arctic infrastructure solutions.
The Ministry will be presenting a model airship for a round-the-world
expedition across the Earths two poles, a dynamic arctic station model with a
visualization of energy supply methods, and an automated Rescuer medical
module, which is a medical evacuation life support device for people injured in
NRC Kurchatov Institute has prepared models of the following projects:
the Arkhangelsk production and logistics complex, a kilowatt generator
employing renewable energy sources and electrochemical fuel cells, and an
autonomous eco-settlement model.
The JSC Central Research Institute for Automation and Hydraulics stand
will introduce guests to exhibits focused on the development of Russias Arctic
zone and will present a model of the control post of a ship moving along a
narrow sea channel with the use of a ship Automated Radio Navigation System
(ARNaS). The system guarantees high-precision vessel navigation regardless of
the quality of satellite navigation system signals, as demonstrated by video recording
of the simulated movement of the vessel and the corresponding indication of the
The Consulate General of Sweden, with the support of Swedish companies,
will dedicate its exhibit to the fate of northern indigenous women. The exhibition
has been completed by photo artists Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer in the style
of photo collage. The artists travel to remote and inaccessible places in
Swedish Lapland, Greenland, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands, explore the culture
and way of life of the inhabitants there, collect stories, and create vivid,
A rich and diverse programme has been prepared by representatives from
the regions of the Russian Federation. The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will
present a model of the high-tech Zhatay Shipyard. One can also get acquainted
at the stand with the main investment projects of Yakutias Arctic zone with
the aid of a multimedia card. The Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug will present
projects for the construction of the Novy Urengoy airport and the Northern
Latitudinal Railway a major project for the development of Russian Arctic
railway infrastructure and a key element of the unified Arctic transport
infrastructure being created. The Murmansk Region will talk about major projects aimed at
developing offshore hydrocarbon production infrastructure, transport and energy
infrastructure, and the resource base and production facilities of existing
mining and ship repair facilities, and at creating new mining, chemical and
metallurgical facilities, coastal fish processing and aquaculture enterprises,
and at updating the fishing fleet.
Arctic Forum exhibition programme also includes cultural and historical projects.
Guests will be able to learn more about the history of the Krasin Icebreaker, a
ship that has become a symbol of our countrys leadership in the development of the Arctic
The Arkhangelsk Region will present the Library of the Russian North collection,
which includes the greatest pre-revolutionary publications on the history of
the region, including significant examples of domestic cartography, books by
Russian and foreign travellers, unique statistical and bibliographic materials,
and works by famous scientists on natural science, geography and much more.
The Bauman Moscow State Technical University will feature
experimental samples of ecosystem-preserving vehicles, remote-controlled
robotic complexes, monitoring systems, and Arctic airfield support systems at the stand.