Interstate Development Corporation will participate in the creation of the telecommunications infrastructure in India. This was stated by Director General of MCR Ivan Polyakov on the V-m Russian-Indian Forum on Trade and Investment. MCR will develop projects in the field of professional communication and security systems on the basis of info-communications transport medium of guaranteed stability HPIP.
The Forum was announced that in the next five years, the Indian government plans to invest one trillion dollars on the development of transport and telecommunications infrastructure.
V-th Russian-Indian Forum on Trade and Investment was held November 10, 2011 in Moscow. The main objectives of the Forum — intensification of economic cooperation, promote mutual investment, the launch of promising innovative projects, the expansion of opportunities for direct contacts between businessmen of Russia and India. Forum organizers: Russian Ministry of Economic Development, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India, the Business Council for Cooperation with India.
The Forum was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Sergei Ivanov, Minister of Commerce and Industry of India Anand Sharma, chairman of the Business Council for Cooperation with India, Minister of Moscow Government, Head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow Sergei Cheremin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of AFK " System "Vladimir Yevtushenko, general director of the Russian insurance agency loans and investment expert Peter Fradkov, Chairman ShyamTelecomRadzhiv Mehrotra, president of the Indian Business Alliance Sammy Kotwani. On the V-m Russian-Indian Forum on Trade and Investment issues of Russian-Indian cooperation in the implementation of infrastructure projects, innovation and commercialization of research and technology, strategy and prospects of the development of economic relations between Russia and India.
Earlier, in the business program of the International Aviation and Space Salon "MAKS-2011" held negotiations CEO Ivan Polyakov MCR with Indian leaders and ElcomSystems SUNGroup concerns about creating a situation center monitoring, processing and transmission of data intended for the rapid assessment and reporting on the situation over large areas, including densely built on hilly terrain, as well as in areas of high migration activity (metro station, train stations) and public events. Situation Center includes a multi-functional terminal facilities with the possibility of radio frequency identification, including face detection, video and acoustic monitoring. Situation Center also enables operational radiological, biological and chemical monitoring of the territory.