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Dmitry Medvedev visited the "Olympic Technopark" Innovation Center of the Olympic Committee of Russia.The second day of the tent "Olympic Technopark" Innovation Center of the ROC Olympic Committee (ROC IC) within the framework of an international conference in Skolkovo Startup Village marked by the visit of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Tent "Olympic Technopark" was one of the first places where the prime minister looked arrived at the conference with Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, Director General of the State Corporation "Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies" Anatoly Chubais and President of the Foundation "Skolkovo" Viktor Vekselberg.
Tour of the tent for tall guests spent the CEO of IC OCD Sergei Zotkin. Prime Minister, who heads the Board of Trustees of the Fund "Skolkovo" were shown, including two mobile laboratories. "You could say that they all began - said gendir IC OCD. - They anticipated the appearance of the walls of the innovative R & D center. "
Dmitry Medvedev has studied with interest shown in the tent development, IA as technologies and projects of the Olympic Committee of Russia, which were used at the Olympic Games in Sochi and are now adapted for use in a mass sport.
In particular, the Prime Minister was shown a simulator called Scan me, capable of conducting deep diagnostics of all body systems and produce conclusions that can read a person without any special knowledge.
Tent IC ROC "Olympic Technopark" this year for the first time took part in the conference Startup Village. In February 2015, the ROC and the Foundation "Skolkovo" signed an agreement on partnership and the establishment of Skolkovo Center for Scientific research and experimental development (R & D) in the face of the Innovation Center of the Olympic Committee of Russia.
For two days the participants Startup Village began more than 10 000 people - representatives of startups from Russia, CIS and other countries, including more than 700 investors, venture capital funds and development institutions, governments and the media. At 11 sites have passed more than 120 panel discussions, roundtables, mentoring sessions and master classes.