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September 12, 2018 Within the framework of the Fourth Eastern Economic Forum, a panel session entitled “Smart City: From Theory to Practice” was held.

The modern city is changing the way of life of a person, creating an environment for development, realization of creative and intellectual potential. The appearance of our cities and their comfort today have become an important factor in competition for the most active part of the population - young professionals.

To compete for human capital, the cities of the Far East must somehow change their attitude towards development strategies. Comprehensive and phased implementation of “smart” solutions in all spheres of city life will reduce spending on housing and communal services, optimize resource consumption, make the city accessible and convenient for the population, and attract investors. Opportunities for “smart” development are determined mainly by high human and innovative potential, which in the long run predetermines the transformation of socio-economic development and improvement of the quality of the urban environment.

Rosstandart is ready to create joint expert platforms with market participants and authorities to work out the digital economy and develop “smart” technologies. The work will be carried out in specialized technical committees on standardization, said the Head of the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology, Alexey Abramov, at the WEF-2018.

“I would suggest the idea of creating a permanent expert platform, to participate in which you can invite all interested parties, including, of course, municipalities and companies involved in the development of smart technologies,” said the head of department at the panel session “Smart City: from theory to practice. "

Speaking about the parameters of a comfortable and safe environment of a “smart city”, Alexey Abramov recalled that the concept of smart-city is much broader. It also integrates, for example, the organization of “smart” production, as well as the handling of large data received during continuous measurements. In terms of metrology, Rosstandart is also ready to get involved in this work, the head of the agency noted.

The head of Rosstandard took the basic development of the end-to-end digital topics, including the Internet of Things, the industrial Internet, and the generation and processing of big data, among the priorities of all this work. This will help, among other things, to understand which technologies are truly “smart” today, in order to focus on developing national competencies in precisely these areas, the head of department said. Alexey Abramov emphasized the importance of not only borrowing the best foreign practices, but also actively developing our own technologies. Especially since the basic competences for this are already formed in Russia.

As successful examples, the head of Rosstandart cited the technical committees on standardization "Biometrics and biomonitoring" (TC 098) and "Cyber-physical systems" (TC 194): "I believe that in many respects the development of technologies in this area and their rapid implementation occurs in This is due to the fact that colleagues thought about standardization on time. In terms of cyber-physical systems, we have a good project together with RVC: within the framework of one committee, the main areas of digitalization are combined: this is big data, machine learning, Internet of things, and smart cities proper. ”

The moderator of the panel session was Deputy Minister of Construction and Housing of the Russian Federation Andrei Chibis. The discussion was attended by heads of Russian regions, representatives of leading industrial enterprises and organizations for the development of technologies in Russia and Japan.


  • Andrei Chibis - Deputy Minister of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation


  • Hiroaki Ishizuka - Chairman, Organization for the Development of New Energy and Industrial Technologies (NEDO)
  • Aisen Nikolaev - Acting Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
  • Mikhail Oseevsky - President, Rostelecom
  • Yuki Fumihiko - Deputy Minister of Infrastructure, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan
  • Vladimir Yakushev - Minister of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation


  • Alexey Abramov - Head, Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology
  • Alexander Brechalov - Head of the Republic of Udmurtia, Co-Chairman of the Central Headquarters of the ONF
  • Dmitry Dyrmovsky - General Director, Member of the Board of Directors, Speech Technology Center
  • Christopher Miller - Program Manager for the Russian Federation, World Bank Group
  • Dmitry Tetenkin - Advisor to the Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East