Yerevan Computer Research and Development Institute (YCRDI) was founded in 1956. Main directions of its activities are development and implementation of computers, complexes and general/special purpose automatic control systems. During its long time activities the Institute has developed and implemented four generations of computers, complexes and automatic control systems. After Armenia gained independence YCRDI directed its scientific potential to solve the problems of republic and has gained big experience in development and implementation of information and control systems. Today YCRDI has highly qualified specialists in Computer systems, Software development and Electronics. Main directions of YCRDI activities now are: Development and implementation of multi-purpose information and control systems, Automation of control subsystems of special complexes, Development and implementation of analytic information-control systems, Design and delivery of automation means of stationary and mobile systems, Design and delivery of special equipment, Upgrade and maintenance of special purpose radio electronic equipment.
- Saturday, 13 October 2012
Armenia and Russia. Interregional Dialogue 2012
The second Armenian-Russian interregional forum kicked off in Yerevan under the motto of “Armenia and Russia. Interregional Dialogue 2012.” The opening of the forum was attended by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, Armenian-Russian economic commission Russian co-chair Maxim Sokolov and others.
The forum gathered over 300 representatives of the central and regional authorities, business, non-governmental organizations of Russia and Armenia, the delegation of Russia’s 13 regions, and all regions of Armenia.
Russia’s delegations, particularly those of Moscow and St. Petersburg, discussed prospects for interregional cooperation with their Armenian colleagues.
A number of agreements are expected to be signed within the forum, such as on cooperation between Vayots Dzor region of Armenia and Russia’s Arkhangelsk region, Armenia’s Lori and South Caucasus Railway cjsc.
After the plenary session the forum participants will go on with discussions in front of the round table.
The first Armenian-Russian interregional forum was held in Yerevan on April 18-20, 2011.
A number of agreements were reached following the forum, including the memorandum signed between SCR and Armenia’s government on launching a construction of a 32-km segment of Vanadzor-Fioletovo railway.
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