We are now working on a joint project of reconstruction and modernization of the Nagpur–Secunderabad railway for 200 km/h in India, where we use modern management systems for railway traffic and ticket sale based on Russian technologies. This is a good technology transfer between India and Russia — Alexander Misharin, First Vice President, Russian Railways.
RT-Invest Transport Systems and our Indian colleagues set up a joint company in India that last year won an international open competition for modernization of the Indian paid road system. The project was launched in March. In general, the pilot project is seen as a success, and by the end of the year a decision on development of paid roads in India with the use of our technologies will be made — Aleksey Nashchekin, Chief Executive Officer, National Telematic Systems.
Apart from infrastructure, one of the key elements is digital transportation management systems, a multimodal transportation system. In Russia this system has already been launched and has a huge export potential. PLATON is now the largest telematic system in the world. According to our estimates, the Indian project would be 4–5 times bigger. <…> In Russia, the CIS countries and China a project with navigation seals that allow safe uninspected international transit is being developed. We believe that this product will be in demand in India for implementation of its transit potential — Aleksey Nashchekin, Chief Executive Officer, National Telematic Systems.
We offer bilateral support to both Russian and foreign companies that want to buy Russian technologies and products. We are the ‘window’ for all Russian exporters, we work with both large and small and medium companies. This year we have opened an office in Mumbai together with the Ministry of Industry and Trade. We are establishing relations with Indian banks — Maxim Kobin, Managing Director for Client Work, Russian Export Center.