Smart City

We are pleased to invite companies developing and manufacturing engineering solutions for the Digital City concept to demonstrate a breakthrough in application of digital technologies in daily life of the citizens.

According to the portal Open budget of Moscow, Moscow budget for development of digital environment and innovations for 2022 is planned in the amount of 139,5 billion rubles, for 2023 and 2024 - 138 and 135,9 billion rubles, respectively.

The draft program Digital Economy of Russia drawn up by the Russian Ministry of Digital Development, Communication and Mass Media upon instructions of President of Russia Vladimir Putin, focuses on the Smart City section.

The Smart City concept implies creation of innovative cities where one can implement technical solutions and activities aimed to achieve the highest possible quality in resource management and service provision in order to create a favourable environment for living and doing business for present and future generations.

The key aim of a smart city is to increase citizens standards of living and reduce costs of business processes thanks to automation that does not require application of analytical skills.

It is planned to create 50 smart cities in Russia. In 2018 the concept is to be ready; by 2025 there will be developed an ontological model of activities of a smart city which is a profile of the smart city facilities and relations between them.

According to McKinsey, by 2020 the market of smart cities will be estimated at $400 bln, and by 2025 there will be 600 smart cities which will provide 60% of the global GDP.

Moscow has good prospects to be among the most progressive and effective cities from the digital point of view especially when the concept of the Smart City 2030 is implemented. The concept was presented at the Moscow Urban Forum 2018 by the head of the Department of Information Technology of Moscow Artem Ermolaev.


Smart City 2030 strategy features

  • Smart mobility:
    • transportation;
    • tourism;
    • ICT
  • Smart living:
    • housing and utility sector;
    • urban planning
  • Smart environment:
    • security;
    • ecology
  • Smart economy:
    • financial sector;
    • manufacturing
  • Smart government:
    • open digital government;
    • e-public services
  • Smart people:
    • education;
    • health care;
    • social sphere;
    • culture;
    • innovations.
51% of visitors to the exhibition sector were newcomers at the Sviaz exhibition

Main industry sectors of visitors:

  • Telecommunication services
  • Development/production of IT equipment, electronic components, telecom equipment
  • Integration and maintenance of IT solutions
  • Software development
  • System integration
  • Sale of software/IT equipment, electronic components, telecom equipment
  • Setup/maintenance of IT equipment/solutions, telecom equipment
  • Industrial production
  • Provider of universal telecommunication services
  • Wholesale
  • Oil and gas industry, fuel and energy industry
  • Mass media
  • Transport
  • Internet provider
  • Public administration
  • Construction
  • Law enforcement
  • Mobile service provider

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  • Telecom equipment, technology, solutions and services
  • Telecom and network infrastructure
  • Data networks

2,956 visitors were interested in the sector Digital environment and innovations in 2022.