In today’s era of rapid change, the development of any country depends on innovation, in this sense, the initiative of renewed Uzbekistan to support innovative ideas is growing.
In particular, special scientific work aimed at strengthening the country’s defense analysis and ensuring security has been further expanded. At the same time, advanced ideas in the defense energy system, improving the quality of training for science and technology, the elimination of new innovations in the system became the basis for expanding the scope of scientific and technical projects.
The Memorandum of Cooperation between the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the field of science and innovation has launched a new phase of cooperation in the field of science and innovation. About 20 participants from military educational institutions took part with 41 projects in the Week under the motto “The Army and People’s” in February this year.
As part of the cooperation, the Innovation Week was organized under the motto “Ministry of Defense Week” on June, 2022. On this week’s exhibition professors, teachers and cadets of the Academy of the Armed Forces and the Medical Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Chirchik Higher Tank Command and Engineering School, Higher Military Aviation School of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Military Institute of Information and Communication Technologies and Communications of the Ministry of Defense, Bukhara State University participated with about 55 innovative ideas and developments, technologies, prototypes and models, innovative products and driver projects.
In particular, a cadet Hayri Musinov from the Military Institute of Information and Communication Technologies and Communications of the Ministry of Defense participated with the identification system “Face Detector” and a cadet Jahongir Mamaniyozov took part with a mechanical pilot and surveillance device “Drone”. Norgitov demonstrated the innovative “scaladrome” project to the audience. Lieutenant Colonel Hikmatillo Dusmatov from the Higher Military Aviation School of the Republic of Uzbekistan also made a good impression on the project “Hydrogen Engine”.
In total, more than 55 research projects created in the higher military educational institutions of the Ministry of Defense will be presented during the Innovation Week.
As part of the Innovation Week, along with an exhibition of scientific developments and startup projects, there will be seminars, trainings and master classes.
The exhibition will provide detailed information on innovative ideas, developments and technologies in the field of defense, as well as serve as a great platform for all participants to effectively implement their ideas in practice. Demonstrated products, projects and ideas open up new opportunities for further improvement of the defense sector of our country.
Information and Public communications department of the Ministry of Defense