and manufactures DiViSy hardware and software named like
professional videoconferences DiViSy.
DiViSy products are manufactured for and supplied to the
following government customers: Emergency Ministry of RF,
Ministry of Defense of RF, regional divisions of the Chief
Department of Interiors of Moscow region, Ministry of
Communications of RF, Gazcom Public Company, Moscow government,
etc. DiViSy computer hardware and software are certified by
State Standards Committee of RF, they are highly reliable and
being continuously updated.
The all kind of products and technologies developed by DiViSy
are used for video and audio conferencing, selective
conferencing, telemedicine consulting, remote training, video
watching and service monitoring, conducting telebridges, remote
The major customers are Promstroibank of RF, Electrosvyaz
Public Company in Rostov-on-Don, Gazcom Public Company, Russian
Academy of Public Services at the President of RF, Aeroflot
Public Company, Ministry of Defense of RF, Ministry of Railway
RF, any Russian Television and Broadcasting Company, Mobile
TeleSystems Public Company, Gormost Department in Moscow,
Soyustechproect, Leica Microsystems Wetzlar GmbH, Karl Storz
Endoskope, United Administrative and Engineering Inspection
Office in Moscow, medical institutions in Moscow including
P.A.Gerzen Moscow Research Institute of Oncology,
A.V.Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery, some City Hospitals, some
Hospitals of Railway Ministry, Ministry of Defense, Republic of
Sakha (Yakutia), Vologda, Kiev (Ukraine), etc.
In 1999 a new technology of video transmission through the GSM
(9,600 bit per second) and CDMA (14,400 bit per second) cell
communication channels was developed and tested.
In 2000 the DiViSy technology and hardware were chosen as the
base to build telemedicine network of the Ministry of Railway
of RF. This decision was made after many tests and comparisons
with hardware of foreign companies. Presently the Central
Hospital of the Ministry of Railway and 6 hospitals in Voronezh,
Rostov-on-Don, Yaroslavl, Ecaterinburg, Novgorod, Novosibirsk
are already equipped. In 2003 it is being planned to equip 10
more hospitals of the Ministry of Communications in various
cities in Russia. The telemedicine network of the Ministry of Railway
of RF operates on continuous basis and joint work with the
Central Hospital of the Ministry of Railway of RF is being
carried out on improving the methods of telemedicine consulting
and remote medical training.
A similar work on building telemedicine networks is being
carried out with Chief Military Hospital №25 Ministry Defense
of RF and Chief Military Hospital of the Federal Frontier
Service of RF. A work on building telemedicine network in the
Republic of Northern Osetia - Alania on the basis of DiViSy
TM21 system has been started.
In July 2001, an international conference on medicine was held
within the program of the Days of Bavaria in Moscow. Fragments
of the work of the Moscow telemedicine network with the use of
DiViSy TM21 telemedicine system were demonstrated to the
conference members. The German specialists properly appreciated
the high quality of the Russian telemedicine technologies. The
Ministry for Economy, Transportation and Technologies of the
Land of Bavaria forwarded a letter of thanks to the Moscow
Government and the DiViSy Group for the demonstration of the
high level of the Russian technologies.
In August 2001, the DiViSy VO21 system for processing and
transferring video data for GrANT drones was demonstrated at
the International airspace show in Zhukovsky city.
Among the projects of the DiViSy Group is a network of the
Moscow entity Gormost, which combines the technologies of
remote watching and monitoring the Moscow tunnels and pumping
plants. In May 2001, a pilot project was started for the
purpose of which the Gormost supervisors watch the tunnel and
the pumping plant with the use of a remotely controlled camera
and carry out telemetric control and handling of the basic
service equipment. Optic fiber channels of Comcor Public Company
are used as communication channels and organizational
principals how to maintain the video network and what to do in
case of emergency are also being developed jointly.
In June 2001, in Ukraine an offer to build a telemedicine video
network for Central City Hospital №1 in Kiev was made in public
media. One of the members of this tender was the Kiev company -
Megatec that is a partner of the DiViSy Group in Ukraine. This
tender resulted into the decision to build a telemedicine
network for the hospital with the use of the DiViSy TM21
technologies and hardware. In December 2001, the first part of
the network was put into pilot operation.
In 2001 the DiViSy TM21 telemedicine system was awarded the
Gold medal at Moscow Industrial Exhibition VII.
Beginning in 2002 any DiViSy system uses more qualitative and
reliable DiViSy TM21 technologies.
In October 2002, the development and pilot tests of the
self-contained wireless mobile DiViSy VO21 systems for video
and audio transmission was completed. The said mobile systems
can be implemented for video watch, telemedicine, transmission
of the information from the scene of actions, etc.
In the same month successful tests of the DiViSy VC21 hardware
with the use of the modern Inmarsat - R-BGAN satellite stations
at the transmission rate up to 144 КВ per second were
In November 2002, works on developing special purpose DiViSy
IS21 stations for image processing. The said stations can be
used for processing and improving images both for industrial
and medical purposes.
The most up-to-date hardware/software means are used and
continuously improved for the DiViSy technologies, hardware and
software for video and audio conferencing. At the customer's
request the hardware/software can be adjusted to the specific
requirements of definite communication sessions.