R&D projects by TUSUR researchers were presented for consideration for an online pitch session for Tomsk and Japanese companies with a focus on AI, to be held in March 2021.
TUSUR University received guests from SAMI, a Japan-based company and a partner of ROTOBO. The company’s Director Hiroshi Makino visited the university to learn about its research and innovation operations and its projects in the area of AI that could be picked for a pitch session for Tomsk and Japanese companies.
The guests were welcomed at TUSUR by Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Gennady Kobzev and Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation Anton Loshchilov who provided an overview of recent R&D operations of the University and its international partnerships in the industry, including its membership in the IIC, participation in regional National Technological Initiative centers, and other projects with a focus on artificial intelligence, microelectronics and wireless technologies.
Professor of Department of Automated Control Systems Mikhail Kataev presented a development for business process planning in accordance with available resources, and a project for monitoring of an individual’s status at work using the computer vision. Head of Department of Telecommunications and Basic Principles of Radio Engineering Evgeniy Rogozhnikov presented a computer vision-based system for attendance monitoring. PhD student of Department of Design of Units and Components for Radioelectronic Systems Vyacheslav Kobzev presented a high-tech project for animal farming operations.
All of these projects will be submitted for consideration for the upcoming pitch session with Japanese companies, to be held in March 2021 by the Japan Association for Trade with Russia and NIS (ROTOBO) and the Tomsk Region Administration.