Thirty-four exhibitors took part in SPIEF Investment & Business Expo 2019. Many constituent entities of the Russian Federation presented their projects and developments.
The Ryazan Region presented a major investment project the Dry Port Ryazan transport and logistics complex. Representatives of the Tula Region focused on the opportunities provided by the Uzlovaya Advanced Special Economic Zone and the industrial park of the same name, as well as on the Aleksin and Yefremov Advanced Special Economic Zones.
The Moscow stand includes a full-size, high-tech model of the new generation Ivolga train, also offering guests a closer look at the passenger services offered by the advanced rolling stock of Russian Railways.
The Aerodynamics Research and Production Enterprise from Zhukovsky outside Moscow showcases a new development the RW3000 wind turbine with a 3 MW capacity. For the first time in engineering practice, a complete three-dimensional automated optimization of the rotor part has been carried out while creating the blade shape.
The Samara Region also brought high technologies to SPIEF, including the Sokol air reconnaissance system, the Pirogov interactive anatomical table, which allows both the anatomical layer as a whole and separate elements of the human body to be studied, and a 3D model of the bridge over the Volga River.
The Leningrad Region exhibition is dedicated to a healthy lifestyle. Visitors can determine their individual index of a healthy lifestyle and taste eco-products.
The Krasnodar Region, known for its hospitality, attracts guests with tastings of local farmers products. Culinary delights are also presented in the exhibition of the Pskov Region, where you can appreciate the taste of the real Pskov sbiten drink.
The heart of Russian coal mining, Kuzbas, is also unique in its beauty and natural diversity. Without leaving the hall, visitors are offered a chance to explore the taiga. The VisitCaucasus Foundation introduces SPIEF participants and guests to projects for developing the regions investment, tourism and recreation centres.
The RNCB Banks information stand, designed as an eco-office, presents the Paperless Office project, allowing the Bank to abandon printing of most documents. Clients sign using their mobile phones or bank cards. This saves up to 20 million pages a year and preserves 1,600 trees.