Winners of the Competitive Selection of the NTI Infrastructure Centres are Determined.


RVC summed up the competitive selection of infrastructure centres of the National Technology Initiative (NTI). The winners were seven non-profit organizations in the areas of Avtonet, Aeronet, Neuronet, Khelsnet, Enerdinet, Technet and the Circle Movement, bringing together representatives of the business community to develop new markets and provide expert analytical services to their members.

The tasks of the NTI infrastructure centres include preparing market and technological analytics, including forecasting the development of NTI markets and analysing technological and regulatory barriers, developing proposals for the legal and technical regulation of new markets, developing the professional community and promoting NTI, promoting the promotion of technological goods and services to the world market.

At the expense of budget funds, financing is provided for the implementation of tasks for the first three years in the amount of up to 682 million roubles with full replacement for extra-budgetary funding from the fourth year of operation of the centres.

According to the results of the competitive selection, the status of NTI infrastructure centres was given to

  1. Association of Developers, Manufacturers, and Consumers of Equipment and Applications Based on GLONASS / GNSS-Forum Global Navigation Systems (Avtonet Market); 
  2. Analytical Centre Aeronet, ANO (Aeronet market); 
  3. Neuronet Industry Union (market Neuronet); 
  4. Science and Technology Park of the Novosibirsk Academgorodok (Helsnet Market); 
  5. Technet Association (Technet market);
  6. Centre for Strategic Research North-West Foundation (Energynet market); 
  7. Association of technological amateur clubs (amateur clubs movement).

“Further development of the National Technology Initiative requires professional infrastructure. Selected centres should eventually become the core of market associations that unite the industry technology community. We expect that the infrastructure centres will be able to organize work on expert support of working groups, removing regulatory barriers, attracting relevant projects, professionalizing communities and developing market infrastructure,” said RVC General Director Alexander Povalko.

The National Technology Initiative is a long-term state program aimed at creating new markets and achieving Russia's global technological leadership by 2035. The design office of NTI is RVC. The selection of NTI infrastructure centres was carried out in accordance with Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 402 of April 3, 2018.

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