24 April 2019
To look to the Future, to discover the most advanced technologies, to see the main innovations of construction equipment with your own eyes – Professor Askar Zhussupbekov (the Department of Design of Buildings and Structures) was given this opportunity during his visiting the 32nd International Exhibition of construction, road and mining machinery and equipment in April 2019. The exhibition was held in Munich (Germany). This is the world's largest exposition of construction equipment that organized in different regions of the world once every four years.
Figure 1. Prof. Askar and Dipl- Ing. Harald Weber (Regional Sales Director of KLEMM-BOHRTECHNIK) at Bauma, 2019.
The scale of this exhibition is amazing: the exhibition space was about the size of several football fields, and all this area was occupied by pavilions with specialized construction equipment. The exhibition was attended by about 4000 companies from 70 countries.
Figure 2. Discussion with representatives of Enteco, Ltd (Italy).
The object of interest of Professor Askar Zhussupbekov at this exhibition were new items in geotechnical and piling equipments.
Figure 3. Group photo with Mr. Edgar Ivanov, Manager Sales, Dieseko Group and Mr. Arjen Van Der Shaaf (Commercial Director, Foundiz, Netherlands)
Representatives of Bauer, KLEMM-BOHRTECHNIK (Germany), Soilmec, ENTECO (Italy), Controls Group (Italy), Junttan (Finland), Dieseko Group (The Netherlands), Kato (Japan), showed him the latest innovations in their construction equipment and machinery.
Figure 4. Group photo with Students and Professors of Saint-Petersburg State Architecture and Civil Engineering University (Russia) at Bauma, 2019.
The visiting such exhibitions can be compared with the development course.
Professor Askar Zhussupbekov discussed with company representatives about possibility of their participation at the 16th Asian Regional Geotechnical Conference, which will be held in Taipei (Taiwan) in October 2019, as well as the possibilities of undergoing scientific internships by Master and PhD Students and professional training of Bachelors Students in Civil Engineering at the leading construction companies of the Western Europe and Japan.