3-5 October 2019 — Moscow
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The main Smart City event in Eastern & Central Europe & Central Asia

How to participate

10 000+

Expo visitors

40+

Corporations

60+

Cities

8

Tracks

100+

Speakers

Reasons to participate

For corporations

Present and sell Smart City solutions to the cities of the region

For cities

Explore Smart City solutions, get consultancy & make cooperation projects

For visitors

Excellent networking & knowledge exchange opportunities

Smart Moscow

Moscow is one of the world’s top centers in high-tech and creative industries.

The metropolis has a developed economy, a comfortable urban environment and a mature innovative ecosystem in which boldest ideas are born and implemented.

$12 bln

spending for Smart City projects in 2012-2021

1st

worldwide in e-government development (UN E-Government Survey, 2018)

4 500

startups based in Moscow (2019)

8 000 000

citizens use Moscow e-gov services

10th

in the world in innovative potential (A.T. Kearney Global Cities Outlook, 2017).

5th

in the world in cities readiness for the future (Cities Readiness Rating, PWC, 2017)

Healthcare
Education
Government
Living
Mobility
Security

Moscow is actively adopting a personalized approach to the provision of medical services. Data from wearable devices and electronic health records help predict diseases and diagnose them at an early stage.

Timely obtained information enables a better view of the patient’s condition and contributes to a more effective treatment.

Moscow ranks among the top five developing cities with the best medical services (PwC, 2018).

The Integrated Medical Information and Analytical System (IMIAS) is at the core of all public healthcare services in Moscow:

  • 10+ million users;
  • 2+ million medical appointments scheduled monthly;
  • 20,000+ medical professionals connected to the system;
  • 1,000 doctor offices are equipped with automated IMIAS work stations;
  • 3,200 doctors use tablet PCs when visiting patients in their homes;
  • All public healthcare professionals are listed in the city's digital Register of Medical Workers.

Local scientists have successfully used neural networks in diagnosing cancer and stroke risks as part of the Digital Vision project.

The city has introduced the Unified Directory of Drugs for Medical and Pharmacy Information Systems.

All public clinics are gradually switching to electronic medical records.

Moscow has an open educational environment with a plethora of opportunities for continuous professional development and growth for every citizen. Remote training programs and personalized learning paths enable students to unleash their creative potential.

Gamification and the application of VR/AR/MR, three-dimensional modeling and printing technologies enrich the learning process.

  • Moscow Electronic School (MES) is the city's flagship project in the digitization of school education.
  • MES helps save time on homework and preparation for classes and tests.
  • 2+ million people are active users of MES services.
  • 580,000+ lesson scenarios are available to teachers in the MES database.
  • 150+ million e-homework diary sessions per year.
  • 21,000 classrooms have been converted into hi-tech spaces.

Moscow aims to become a data driven city by 2030. All decisions will be made based on the analysis of huge amounts of data. The automation and robotization of urban processes will ensure the interaction of citizens, business and the city on a digital platform. Distributed ledger technologies and smart contracts will increase the effectiveness of government spending.

Smart city financing based on end-to-end digitization will increase transparency and reduce transaction expenses. A significant part of these plans has already been implemented.

  • 280+ e-government services are available in Moscow.
  • 8+ million people take advantage of Moscow's electronic services.
  • 3+ million people use mobile apps commissioned by the local government.
  • Active Citizen is a blockchain-based platform for polling Moscow residents on issues pertaining to the city's development.
  • 2,240,000+ participants;
  • 3,000+ decisions implemented;
  • 117+ million resident opinions taken into account;
  • Our City (gorod.mos.ru) is a citizen-to-government interaction platform, where users can communicate with local authorities about infrastructure and public works issues.
  • 1,400,000+ users
  • 3,350,000+ problems solved
  • The Government of Moscow's Open Data Portal (data.mos.ru) has 1,043 data sets covering various domains of the city's life.

To optimize the use of public utility resources, Moscow is taking advantage of predictive analytics systems. For example, the city has a system that tracks temperature deviations in the water heating systems and identifies malfunctioning water metering devices in real time.

The city's energy, heating, gas and water supply systems make up one large public utility system.

  • The Unified Dispatch Center has processed over 30 million inquiries from local residents on issues pertaining to public utilities.
  • 14,000 buildings have been connected to the Automated Resource Usage Metering System.
  • 18,000 public works vehicles have been connected to a GLONASS control system.
  • The public lighting management system controls energy consumption of the city's 500,000 street lamps and monitors compliance with the lighting standards.
  • 87% of buildings in Moscow have been connected to the Unified Information and Billing System, which automatically generates consolidated and individual tenant utility bills.
  • The E-Building service enables management companies to organize tenant polls and meetings.

Residents of Moscow have significantly increased their mobility in recent years due to the introduction of digital technologies that led to a more efficient use of personal and public transport. The city plans to further increase the safety and comfort of daily commutes and optimize traffic flows..

The Moscow Metro ranks among the world's top three metros in providing passenger information in real time (Community of Metros (CoMET), 2017).

  • 2,000+ traffic lights, 3,500 traffic monitoring sensors, and 2,000 surveillance cameras are part of the city's Intelligent Transport System.
  • The Situation Room of the Traffic Management Center processes real-time surveillance data and promptly responds to all traffic issues.
  • Public transport passengers pay for rides with Troika, a reusable NFC card valid on the city's metro, monorail, buses, trolleys, and trams.
  • The Unified Transport Portal (transport.mos.ru) shows a real-time traffic situation in the city.

As a city placing special emphasis on security and safety of its residents, Moscow is actively using advanced solutions in video surveillance, face and speech recognition, remote monitoring and cryptography. The city's emergency agencies promptly respond to 165 types of incidents thanks to the Integrated Emergency Monitoring System.

  • There are 170,000+ smart surveillance cameras in the city.
  • Every day, a neural network analyzes 350,000+ photos and videos for potential law violations.
  • The analytical system requires only a few seconds to recognize a person's identity (the system picks up necessary video footage from various surveillance cameras and reconstructs the suspect's itinerary).
  • The city has its own integrated system of public emergency notifications.
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VDNH is the largest exposition, museum and recreational complex in the world, one of the most popular public spaces of the capital city of Russia. Each year, it is visited by about 25 million people.
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