S-Innovation Significantly Increased the Export of High-Temperature Superconductors


The S-Innovations company, which received grant support from NTI for the growth of the Technet market, entered into export contracts for the supply of HTSC wires to Germany, France, Japan, and the USA.

HTSC is an innovative electrotechnical material that allows transmitting electric current without loss over the cross-section 1,000 times less than that of copper wire. This high-tech Russian product is bought by innovative companies and research centers around the world to manufacture new devices for the electric power industry, the development of aircraft manufacturing and space technology, and the development of advanced scientific and medical equipment. In particular, the CNRS National Center for Scientific Research in France acquires the “C-Innovation” HTSC wire for the manufacture of a record-breaking research magnet field.

As a result of the fulfillment of the contracts, C-Innovation's revenue for the five months of 2020 tripled compared to the same period last year and reached 200 million rubles. The share of the export of high-tech products in revenue is almost 90%.

In December 2019, S-Innovations received grant support from NTI to develop a comprehensive digital solution to support high-tech production of the discrete-continuous type. The IT solutions created in the project are tested in the production of HTSC wires on the company's technological line in the Moscow Technological Park Slava. The project's result will reduce the time to market new custom types of HTSC wires from 25 to two weeks, as well as reduce the rejection level by 2.5 times.

“The company's dynamic financial performance at the beginning of 2020 is the result of the launch on the market in 2019 of a new type of HTSC wire for magnetic applications, 30–50% higher than the HTSC products of our closest competitors from the USA and Japan. The NTI project on digitalization of production will allow the company to strengthen its competitive position in the foreign market for years to come,” comments project manager Vadim Amelichev, Deputy General Director of S-Innovation.

The NTI Technet market is aimed at developing advanced manufacturing technologies. Such technologies include digital design and modeling, new materials, additive technologies, robotics, and industrial sensors, industrial Internet, etc. The implementation of the Technet Roadmap will allow Russian companies to become prominent suppliers of integrated technological solutions for the new generation facilities in the global market.

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