ISS-Reshetnev reaps awards at “Inventions Geneva”
Academician M.F. Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems took part in the 40th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva, gaining two gold medals and one bronze medal.
Information Satellite Systems is a regular participator and prize-winner at “Inventions Geneva” – a good place where latest advances in science and technology are showcased annually. Numerous awards received by ISS-Reshetnev confirm the uniqueness and usefulness of its developments.
This year the Reshetnev Company won two gold medals for its submitted inventions. The first one is an industrial model of a spacecraft intended to provide navigation and timing data to terrestrial, maritime, aeronautical and space users. The second advancement that gained high appraisals is a rotor-type windmill. It was designed with the aim of developing and promoting environment-friendly autonomous power supply sources which is an urgent issue all over the world today.
The bronze medal was awarded to ISS-Reshetnev’s “Quick-release flooring structure”. This structure is intended to be used for flooring in industrial sites, without using elevators. It supports the weight of 15 people and equipment weighting up to 500 kilograms. A structure of this kind has already been installed in one of the company’s assembly facilities and is used while working with large-sized spacecraft structures.
The International Exhibition of Inventions is held annually in Geneva (Switzerland) and represents one of the world’s most prestigious invention shows. This year the event brought together over 1300 companies from 45 countries.