The project of the fast-assembled heliports of the company VVS Viktor Fedosenko from Khanty-Mansiysk lost in the semifinal RVC projects in the field of information military technology
The team of projects in the real sector of the economy, including the initiative from Khanty-Mansiysk to launch the production of fast-assembly heliports, lost in a stubborn struggle to a group of projects in the field of information technology. The fight for the prize fund of 16 million rubles will continue ten projects, nine of which are directly related to the development of computer technology.
– There is, of course, a nuisance, – Viktor Fedosenko, the head of ZAO BBC, shared his impressions. – Severe selection, very serious competition. Only in our track, three companies withdrew from the race on the second day, could not stand the nerves. It seems to many that the future of Russia is exclusively for computer technologies. We believe that this is not so.
The development of the country is impossible without a real sector of the economy, or even better – the synthesis of IT technologies and real projects of the industrial age. We were pushed with foreheads, “stones” fought with “water”, “fire” with “wind”. As a result, the authors of heliports, new models of jet engines, batteries, electric vehicles, devices to detect people under the rubble and other similar initiatives – went home.
I have a tattoo of Che Guevara with the signature “Hasta la victoria siempre!” – “Always to victory!”. This is such a psychological anchor – it helps to overcome the insurmountable, to make the impossible possible. Like his other winged expression: “If tired – rest, but know – you’ll never be the first.”