PJSC «Ilyushin Aviation Complex» opened his training workshop at VDNH within the framework of the «Tekhnograd» project

03 September 2018
Leading specialists of the PJSC «Ilyushin Aviation Complex» will help guests to launch the project, write a program for an industrial robot, which, with the help of milling, will immediately make a detail and process difficult surfaces.

In addition, guests of the educational platform will have a unique opportunity to design and print a real part for an aircraft on a 3D printer, and also to test the electronic model of the aircraft in a digital copy of the wind tunnel, which is located in Zhukovsky Central AeroHydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI). The workshop of PJSC «IL» is called «Specialist in aircraft engineering» and is included in the cluster «Digitalization».
Alexey Rodos, the director of the industrial park of PJSC «IL», noted at the opening ceremony that this unique project will be attractive to qualified specialists: «We opened our workshop at VDNH, as part of an educational project, thanks to the government of Moscow. The most modern equipment, that is used in the aircraft industry, is on the territory of more than 300 square meters». Rodos said that it is planned to hold lectures and workshops that will tell visitors about modern technologies used in the production of aircraft of the «IL»-brand during the year.
«We expect that by educating the youth, we will be able to attract them into the aviation industry, because they are our future and tomorrow they will become the foundation of our enterprise», – Rodos said. The lecture area is presented within the framework of the workshop, where the best specialists of PJSC «IL» will tell about the latest vectors of the industry development.
«Tekhnograd» is the flagship leisure and educational complex of the "Park of Knowledge" at VDNH with a total area of 30 thousand square meters. Here you can learn several dozens of relevant professions. Classes are designed for schoolchildren, college students and all comers.
The educational complex was opened by Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin on Monday. He noted that a unique platform for acquainting and obtaining various specialties (about 40) with the latest modern equipment was created in Moscow.

Sobyanin stressed that there have been no similar projects in Russia so far, and he hopes that «Tekhnograd» will be in high demand among Muscovites.