At the invitation and with the assistance of Doctor Sunder, General Manager of Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (P) Ltd (Bangalore, India) from 9 till 16 June there was implemented a short program for promoting the Russian development – the automated system for designing and testing radio electronic production – in India. The Russian delegation included professor A.S. Shalumov and L.I. Kornaukhova, Deputy General Director of Russian-Indian Scientific and Technological Centre.
The program covered a thriunique unit EDUCATION - RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT - COMMERCIALIZATION and included presentations and negotiationss with representatives of Indian science and business.
On June, 10, there was made a visit to Dexel Electronics Designs Pvt, Ltd., Bangalore, that specializes in the development of electronic products and the design of embedded systems. Founded in 2000 with a purpose to become a leading provider of knowledge, technologies and solutions for information, communication and relations, to the present moment Dexel became a company with perfect blend of experienced and qualified technical groups in development of software, electronic equipment and design.
Prof. A.S. Shalumov delivered a presentation Automated system ASONIKA to the experts from the company. At the suggestion of Doctor. Amit Sinh, Dexel Director, the ASONIKA demo-version was installed and the format of cooperation was coordinated.
On June, 11, the members of the Russian delegation visited M.S.RAMAIAN School of Advanced Studies (MSRSAS), Gokula Education Foundation, Bangalore. MSRSAS was established in 1999 and is a part of Education Foundation founded in 1962 by Doctor. Sri M. S. Ramaiah. Now this school offers a wide range of courses such as Master of Engineering Science and Engineering Researches with presentation of doctorate thesis, and course of researches in the sphere of management with the issue of MBA diploma of Engineering Works in cooperation with Coventry University, Great Britain.
During the meetings with Doctor S.R. Sankapal, MSRSAS President, N. Ramakrisnan, head of Research department, and heads of other departments there were discussed specific steps in regard to the implementation of cooperation program.
The lecture given by Prof. A.S. Shalumov aroused great interest of audience, a lot of questions were asked.
The Russian delegation visited MSRSAS lecture halls and got acquainted with developments of employees of Research Department.
Following the meeting, it was decided to prepare an agreement on cooperation and joint projects.
On June, 15, the agreement was signed by Doctor M.R. Jayaraman, the Chairman of Gokula Education Foundation and Prof. A.S. Shalumov, head of the department of Information Technologies of Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (Vladimir Branch).
The program of visits on June, 11, also included attendance of industrial manufacturer of test equipment Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (P) Ltd.(BiSS). Founded in 1992 the company carries out tests of engineering products and materials, computational studies of strength, fatigue, maintenance of structures.
Dr. R. Sunder, the company’s director, told about the unique BISS equipment that is successfully sweeping markets of many countries.
On March, 28, 2013, RISTC and BiSS signed the agreement on cooperation under which this visit was organized.
On June, 13, Prof. A.S. Shalumov gave a lecture in the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. IISc was founded in 1909 as far back as in the British India at the initiative of Jamshedji Tata, the prominent Indian industrialist and philanthropist and with the direct participation of professor William Ramsay, the English Nobel Laureate. This is the elite higher research and education institution and there are mainly scientists with academic degree.
The visit to IISc was organized by professor Satish V. Kailas, the Department of Equipment Development. The lecture by professor A.S. Shalumov passed in friendly interested atmosphere, IISc postgraduates expressed a wish to learn the ASONIKA system. The sides exchanged business cards and souvenirs.
On June, 14, there was a visit to the biggest Indian printing plates company Kaynes Technology, Mysore. Founded in 1988 the company now provides a full production cycle of electronic devices and services.
The presentation of the automated system for designing electronic production delivered by professor A.S.Shalumov, aroused great interest among the Indian developers. They suggested that minutes of the meeting should be signed in order to promptly discuss the format of practical cooperation with the Russian side on the Board of Directors of Kaylas Technology.
In general, the program can be assessed as very successful. The Russian and Indian sides have agreed on joint scientific developments, exchange of students and teachers, as well as consulting.