National Association of Participants of the Market of Robotics (NAPMR)
The association is created in 2015 for the purpose of market development of robotics in Russia. NAURR - the industry union integrating players of the market of industrial robotics including domestic and foreign manufacturers and integrators and also producers of service robotics, the research and educational organizations, developers of subsystems and the software for robots.
Members of association are the largest international producers of robotics, the Russian integrators of industrial robots and producers of service robots. The size of a payment for participation in NAURR for the commercial organizations with an annual turnover more than 150 million rubles is 150 thousand rub/year.
Sberbank entered in July, 2018 the National Association of Participants of the Market of Robotics (NAPMR). The relevant resolution, according to the Charter of PJSC Sberbank, is accepted the day before Board of Sberbank.
The accession to association is designed to facilitate contacts of Sberbank with the international robotic community and to give to bank an opportunity to participate in development of state policy in the field of robotics in Russia and also to help promotion of the technologies and solutions developed in Sberbank by means of tools of association. Membership in NAURR will allow bank to participate in its projects, its Russian and international actions and also will open access to the specialized analytical materials about the market prepared by other participants of association.
- Robots (robotics)
- Robotics (world market)
- In the industry, medicine, fighting
- Service robots
- Collaborative robot, cobot (Collaborative robot, kobot)
- IoT - IIoT
- Artificial intelligence (AI, Artificial intelligence, AI)
- Artificial intelligence (market of Russia)
- In banks, medicine, radiology
- National Association of Participants of the Market of Robotics (NAPMR)
- Russian association of artificial intelligence
- National center of development of technologies and basic elements of robotics
- The international Center for robotics (IRC) based on NITU MISIS