SmartCity solutions to be presented at Rosatom-headed workshop at U-NOVUS forum
27 сентября, 10:05
Within the frameworks of the forum of new solutions U-NOVUS, Rosatom will hold a workshop on digitization of urban environment. Participating companies will present their solutions and services, the best of which will be incorporated in the SmartCity concept by Rosatom.
The target audience of the workshop is senior students of technical universities, representatives of IT companies, developers of BIM and GIS technology, active citizens, heads of cities and municipal entities of the Tomsk region. The workshop is expected to have30 participants divided into five groups.
During the workshop the organizers will present their SmartCity concept by Rosatom and the basic platform SmartCity. The main objective of this work is to collect ideas on urban digital services, based on the requirements of cities in the Tomsk region, business and citizens.
The workshop participants will conduct interviews with the members of administration of five regional cities to identify directions for project work. The teams will get to know the concept of creating digital technology for smart cities and identify the prospects for integration of their solutions with Rosatom’s digital products. During this business game, the participants will test the effects from implementing digital technology in the urban environment.
At the end of the workshop the teams must present their concepts of new smart services for further elaboration and polishing, mentioning the objectives that these services are designed to address in the cities of the Tomsk region, as well as indicate the expected effect from implementation. The teams will get project work help from Kseniya Sukhotina, General director of OTEK, and the team of from Rosatom Infrastructure Solutions.
State corporation Rosatom is a Russian state-owned holding combining over 360 companies of nuclear industry. Rosatom encompasses all civil nuclear companies of Russia, nuclear weapon related facilities, research and development institutions and nuclear-powered icebreaking fleet.
The digital products of Rosatom for integrated control of city infrastructure improve the efficiency of urban and engineering infrastructure, the work of municipal services, and involve citizens and the business community in resolving the issues of city development.