On October 12, the Third Russian-Chinese Forum on High Technologies was held in Harbin (China).
The representatives of the MIREA - Russian Technological University demonstrated a new fuel economy system Fuelement (authors: Ekaterina Olegovna Guryanova, Dmitry Alexandrovich Akimov from the Cybernetics Institute). This is a sensor system that helps the driver to save fuel by controlling driving modes.
The promise of the project was appreciated by the Minister of Innovations of Harbin and the Vice-President of the International Union of Instrument Designers and Telecommunications and Information Technologies Specialists, the official representative of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
As part of the business program, some agreements were reached on the possibility of bringing the Fuelement product to the Chinese market.