Rosatom's subsidiary Rusatom Infrastructural Solutions won the tender for complex preparation of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk for digital transformation, the cost of implementation exceeds 29.4 million rubles. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Digital Transformation is a city administration project to introduce advanced technologies in decision-making processes, optimize management activities, increase the efficiency of interaction with the population and reduce the time of service provision. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk continues to implement Smart City technologies since 2018 and now this process become more significant due to COVID-19 outbreak.
The contract provides for the creation, development and optimization of a municipal management information system based on a universal integration platform for data exchange. At the first stages, experts from Rusatom Infrastructure Solutions will analyze the city management processes, identify bottlenecks and problem processes, most of which are planned to be converted into electronic format. It is also planned to provide full training of more than 500 administration employees to suit the new working conditions, upgrade and update the equipment and software used in the city hall. At the last stages it is planned to create an actual virtual model of the regional center, with the help of which business and management decisions will be made on the basis of operational data.
For reference: Rusatom Infrastructure Solutions is an integrator of industry solutions of Rosatom State Corporation in the areas of Smart City and Pure Water. Among the implemented projects in the Smart City area:
"Our North" portal is a service of joint management, which allows all residents of the Murmansk region, without wasting time on filling out paper documents and long search for instances, effectively interact with the authorities and influence the development of the city and the region.
The platform of Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod Region, is a software complex for digital management of the city infrastructure. The project is included among the best practices recommended by UN-HABITAT (United Nations Human Settlements Programme).
Author: Daniyal Zagidullin