MERI participated in EXPOELECTRONICA-2019

Molecular Electronics Research Institute (MERI) took part in 22nd International exhibition of electronic components, modules and systems “Expo Electronica”, that was held in Moscow Crocus Expo from April 15 to April 17.
457 companies from 17 countries took part in the exhibition this year.

MERI’s projects were presented at the joint stand of Element company that had integrated electronic assets of Sistema JSFC and Rostec State Corporation into the national center of intellectual competency and expertise in the development and production of electronic components.

At the Element stand the products based on MERI’s developed chips were presented: national and foreign passports, bank cards, public transport cards, RFID chips, electronic IDs etc.

MERI experts introduced to the expo participants the possibilities of design center for semiconductors development and production, e.g. microprocessors, RFID chips, industrial applications, including signal amplifiers and converters, logic circuits, memory chips etc. There were also presented MERI’s skills in software development for smart cards,  chips vulnerabilities analysis, and verification of chips hacking resistance .

ExpoElectronica is the largest exhibition of electronic components and technology equipment in Russia and Eastern Europe that has been held in Moscow since 1998 and demonstrates innovations of the industry. The exhibition is held with the official support of Board of The Military-Industrial Commission of Russian Federation, Department of Radioelectronic Industry, Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, the State Duma Committee on Informational Policy, Technologies and Communications.
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