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Slovenian tech companies forging ties in Russia


According to the Slovenian SPIRT agency, which organizes the visit, the Slovenian delegation will include representatives of the companies Arctur, XLAB, FMC Group and VPD.

In Russia, Arctur is looking not only for end customers of its high-tech products, but also for distributors and partners for research and development.

"We'll present our super-computer infrastructure which Russian software manufactures can use to offer their products to buyers from the EU pay-as-you-go, which makes costlier software much more accessible to smaller companies as well."

Arctur will also showcase AISense Gamma IV, the world's first handheld real-time gamma-ray locator, a product of Slovenian development with large potential for civilian and military purposes.

XLAB is looking to establish contacts with IT departments in large companies in Russia from any industry, large IT systemic integrators and Russian companies manufacturing and marketing their software globally such as Kaspersky.

"We'll present to the Russian side ISL Online, our product enabling access to remote computers and distance technical support. The technology can be used by small and medium-sized businesses as well as multinationals."

XLAB says that for large companies it also offers private and highly-protected cloud computing solutions that can work without internet access and are also interesting for government institutions, banks and insurance companies.

The group of companies called FMC Group offers IT and telecommunications infrastructure solutions for demanding environments, solutions for businesses, smart cities and support for IT processes, its own data centre affording top security standards, security and encryption solutions as well as maintenance and servicing for hardware of well-known brands.

VPD will meet potential partners from the field of medical equipment. The company markets technical medical devices for measuring cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure and insulin syringes.

The Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science will try to find partners for research and development in the fields such as data mining, computer vision and internet of things.

The faculty has already establish ties with institutions such as Innopolis University in the Republic of Tatarstan and the North-Caucasus State Technical University in Stavropol.

The visit by Slovenian companies in Moscow will be followed by a return visit from Russia on 19 and 20 October on the sidelines of the fair of innovative digital solutions dubbed Feel the Future in Celje.


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