The International conference of the Internationalization and Science Evolution in Globalized World was organized by Zhubanov State Regional University (Aktobe Kazakhstan) . The presentation of the Project G5633: Anti-Drones – Innovative concept to detect, recognize and track “killer-drones was also part of the conference where project partners presented and discussed the achievements so far. The Project G5633 is supported by The NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) programme.
This conference presentation brought together scientists and researchers from three institutions:
1. Radar and Surveillance Systems (RaSS) National Laboratory
2. North Kazakhstan University (NKSU)
3. Mother Teresa University (MTU)
At this conference, the work done for the period of one year of the project was presented, and recommendations and analysis were obtained regarding the next stages. In the section below the agenda and real-time photos are presented for the conference hosted on October 3rd.
15.00 – (Aktobe time, 16.00 Astana time, 12.00 Moscow Time, 11.00 Rome time)
Welcome by Prof. Dr. Alessandro Figus, Link Campus University, Anti-drone project
15.15 – Dr. Eng. Alessandro Cantelli Forti, CNIT, Anti-drone project coordinator
15.30 – Prof. Dr. Ildar Kurmashev, NKSU, Project PPD
15.45 – Olivera Petrovska, UNT, Project Partner co-director
16:00 – Vadim Sarsenbayev, Vlad Semenyuk and Ludovico de Serio, NKSU project team members
16.15 – Conclusion by Prof. Alessandro Figus, Link Campus University