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The Leaders of Innovation at CEBIT RUSSIA 2019

25 March/ 2019

The organizers of CEBIT RUSSIA have announced exhibitors of the main fair of telecommunications and information technologies in Europe. The key IT event of the year will present a whole range of international and Russian projects, a part of which are the residents of Skolkovo and other technology parks. Both the experts of the innovations market leader companies and emergent technology entrepreneurs show their interest to the exhibition.

“CEBIT RUSSIA will gather real leaders of innovations. They are the people who open new ways of solving important tasks and initiate system-level changes. The exhibition will be open to all who wants to come, and everyone will be able to touch upon the future technologies, which subsequently will improve the lives of millions of people around the world,” commented Renat Batyrov, CEO of the Skolkovo Technopark. “I am sure that such a large-scale international event will become emblematic not only for business development and international contacts, but also for overcoming the global problems with the help of the newest developments, which will be presented by the invited experts.”

Around 5 000 visitors and 150 exhibitors are expected at CEBIT RUSSIA. The largest technological event will welcome the world IT giants and leading Russian technological companies: DELL, Microsoft, SAP, Volkswagen, IBS, Yandex, Mail.Ru Group, QIWI, Softline, DOC+, Kaspersky Lab, Gazprom Neft, Megafon, MTS, Mobile Medical Technologies, MIPT, Positive Technologies and other. Businessmen and top managers will share their practices in creation and promotion of innovative products and discuss the main digital industry 4.0 development trends. The Business Program of the exhibition includes the following presentations:

  • Alexey Nekhayev, co-founder of VisionLabs, provider of computer vision and machine learning software. The Metro system of facial recognition Luna from VisionLabs and Sberbank helped seizing 42 criminals in one month;
  • Boris Kim, Cairman of the Board of Directors, QIWI Group, a leading provider of payment and financial services in Russian and CIS countries;
  • Vivienne Dollinger, co-founder and CEO of ObjectBox, ultra-fast database for mobile devices, which provides intelligent storage, processing and synchronization of information;
  • Denis Anikin, IT Director at Mail.Ru Group, the largest IT holding in Russia;
  • Dmitry Finogenov, Advisor to Director General at JSC Positive Technologies, one of the leading information security providers;
  • Denis Yudchits, CEO, co-founder and head of services Mobile Medical Technologies, Pediatrician 24/7 and Doctor Online. A start of the first Russian insurance products applying telemedical technologies was given on the basis of these services in 2016;
  • Ivana Kruyff-Korbayeva, Senior Researcher of the German AI Research Center  (DFKI), one of the biggest non-profit research institutes for software innovation technologies based on AI;
  • Igor Borovikov, founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Softline, a leading global provider of IT solutions and services for the markets of Eastern Europe, America and Asia;
  • Igor Vedekhin, Deputy Director General, Director of IT infrastructure Division IBS, a key technology partner of leading Russian businesses and governmental structures in the field of cybersecurity;
  • Ilya Feigin, founder and CTO, WaveAccess, a developer of analytical systems and platforms for logistic and financial industries, medicine and healthcare service;
  • Kerstin Ivelt, Head of Marketing Department, Quora auf Deutsch, a social platform for sharing knowledge;
  • Mara Balestrini, a specialist in human-computer interaction and CEO of Ideas for Change;
  • Mikhail Burtsev, Head of the Neural Systems and Deep Learning Laboratory of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), one of the leading technical universities in Russia and all over the world;
  • Ranga Yogeshwar, physicist, scientific journalist and broadcaster in Germany;
  • Roope Ritvos, Director on New Initiatives at Forum Virium Helsinki, an innovative unit in Helsinki developing new digital services and urban innovations in cooperation with companies, universities, Government organizations and citizens;
  • Ruslan Zaidullin, Director and co-founder of DOC+, the first Russian fully mobile clinic, where using a smartphone, one can call in a doctor, do one’s tests and get their interpretation, arrange a visit to a doctor, order drugs from pharmacies or talk with a doctor online;
  • Sergey Solonin, Director General of FinTech Association and CEO at QIWI;
  • Teppo Rantanen, Executive Director for Growth, Competitiveness and Innovation of Tampere, the largest industrial center in Finland;
  • Ulrich Ahli, founder of FIWARE Foundation, an ecosystem for acceleration of smart decisions design and development, which helps to create and promote new intelligent applications.

“CEBIT RUSSIA will be a place of meeting for aspiring entrepreneurs and experienced market pundits, future and the present top managers and executives of large corporations, small and medium business. CEBIT RUSSIA is an exhibition for everyone interested in technologies,” said Dr. Andreas Gruchow, Member of the Board of Deutsche Messe AG. “We focus on practical application of the latest developments and scientific achievements, striving to make innovations available to everyone. That is why it was decided to gather all the guests, participants and exhibitors under one roof, in the studious space of Skolkovo, the largest technopark of Eastern Europe.”

Earlier, the Skolkovo Technopark and Deutsche Messe RUS, the organizers of CEBIT RUSSIA 2019, have announced the concept and the business program structure of the event:

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