The event, which aims to become a prologue to the Smart Cities Moscow offline forum in 2022, will have a particular focus on adapting the urban environment to the new normal.
Moscow is hosting the Smart Cities Moscow international online forum on 25-26 May. The event is supported by the Government of Moscow, Department of Information Technologies (DIT).
The summit will explore how smart technologies are helping cities to evolve and will have a particular focus on adapting the urban environment to the realities of the new normal in the light of the pandemic.
The Smart Cities Moscow Forum will host more than 50 speakers, including heads of administrations of the world’s largest megacities, professors and experts from leading educational institutions, business representatives and international smart cities experts.
It aims to bring together speakers from countries and cities boasting advanced urban infrastructure and the organisers hope the online format of the event will provide an opportunity for millions of people from around the world to join sessions and participate in discussions. It will become a prologue to the Smart Cities Moscow offline forum, which will be held in 2022.
As part of a series of online conferences, international and Russian experts will discuss how large metropolitan areas are being transformed, dictated by the society and environment. Speakers will share success stories in areas such as healthcare, city transport logistics, telecommunications and culture and the format will comprise panel discussions, expert sessions, showcases and case studies.
The organisers hope the online format of the event will provide an opportunity for millions of people from around the world to join sessions and participate in discussions
The programme will cover three major areas: smart city infrastructure and technologies; smart city for smart living; and smart cities and sustainability. The experts will discuss urban development in the post-Covid period, changes in the sustainable development strategy, infrastructure challenges and the deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
The event is supported by Moscow’s DIT, which has been rapidly evolving over the past five years. To date, it has digitised more than 166 state services and established 178 portals, including the official Mayor and Government of Moscow web-site mos.ru.
Its systems cover over 60 industries and touch each aspect of Moscow citizens’ everyday lives. They include: electronic queue for the civil registry office; arrangement of remote medical appointments; personal electronic medical records; children assignment to kindergardens/schools/extracurricular activities; obtaining references, enquiries and services remotely; and numerous projects in housing and public amenities.
For full details of the event and to register, go to Smart Cities Moscow.
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