Russian Robotics Week 2022

HiTech & engineering clucter “Creonomyca” for the fourth time became the organizer of the Russian Robotics Week (05.12-09.12). The leading players of the domestic robotics market, representatives of science and education gathered on one platform. The general partners were Concern R—Pro and KUKA.

Robotics competitions for students Robotic Skills (05.12) traditionally opened the Russian Robotization Week at the Boiling Point of the SUAI University. The students were greeted and wished successful performances by Alexei Korablev, Chairman of the Board of the Cluster Creonomyca, Sergey Solyony, Director of the SUAI-Engineering School, Petr Smolentsev, Commercial Director of KUKA Russia, Vladislav Shishlakov, Vice-Rector for Educational Technologies and Innovation Activities of the SUAI University, and other honored guests.


From December 7 to 9, the PetroCongress Center hosted the International Robotization Forum, which brought together more than 500 visitors, including representatives of manufacturers of industrial and service robots, tooling, sensors and other robotic equipment, system integrators, developers of software for programming and controlling robots from Russia, China, Latin America, neighboring countries, as well as domestic companies of various industries and scales that use or are just planning to introduce robots. The event was attended by Russian and international experts, business leaders, as well as representatives of state authorities, universities, institutes and colleges interested in training personnel for robotic production.


Alexey Korablev, Chairman of the Board of the Kreonomics Cluster, President of the R-Pro Concern, Anatoly Kotov, Special Representative of the Governor of St. Petersburg for Economic Development, Petr Smolentsev, Commercial Director of KUKA Russia, and other officials welcomed the participants of the Forum at the grand opening, which took place on 7 December.


The plenary session of the RRW 2022 was devoted to the state and prospects of the Russian robotization market in the context of sanctions and economic turbulence, as well as the organization of cooperation with the robotics community of friendly Russia. The plenary session was attended by the commercial director of KUKA Russia Petr Smolentsev, chairman of the board of Cluster Creonomyca, president of Concern R-PRO, Alexey Korablev, general director of the Ural Robotics Center Alfa-Intech, Anatoly Perepelitsa, deputy director of development of PJSC KAMAZ , Ravil Khisamutdinov, President of the Association of Robotics Chile, Rodrigo Silva, etc.

The exhibition of advanced robotic products and components, as well as artificial intelligence systems, focused the special attention of visitors and specialists. Companies such as Concern R-Pro, KUKA, Electronic Microsystems, NIIME, Alfa-Intech URTC, Digital Assembly, Promobot, Prologue Plus, RMS, Fora Robotics and others presented their solutions at the exhibition.

Within the framework of the business program of the forum for 3 days, non-stop of sectional discussions continued, which were devoted to all aspects of robotization in mechanical engineering and metalworking, in transport engineering, machine tools, instruments, radio and microelectronics, in the pharmaceutical industry and medicine, in food production and agriculture, In warehouse logistics, in woodworking production, as well as digital doubles of robotics, service and Android robotics, unmanned vehicles, robots in the field of entertainment, in the field of science and education, state support measures, etc., which were experts and practices in the field Robotization and digitalization of modern industries from companies and organizations such as KamAZ PJSC, KUKA, Laboratory of Robotics Sber, R-Pro, Savushkin Product JSC, RMS, NPK Cryptonite, Aeromotus, Institute of Innovative Technologies in Business, Naurr , many universities and other educational organizations.


On the final day of the Forum, the participants learned how to develop feasibility studies and business plans for the introduction of robotics at a special master class by Maxim Korablev, Business Development Director of Concern R-Pro.


The Russian Robotization Week ended on December 9 with the solemn presentation of certificates to the participants of the exhibition and the awarding of participants in the Robotics Skills competition with gifts from KUKA and Gazprom Neft.