Russian Arctic’s digitalization to be discussed at the international conference in Moscow on Feb

Prirazlomnaya 3. Photo: Gazprom Neft. Sketched by the Pan Pacific Agency.

MOSCOW, Feb 6, 2020, Pan Pacific Agency. Russian Deputy Minister of Energy Yevgeny Grabchak will moderate the round table discussion on “Digitalization for the Development of the Arctic Zone of Russia” at the V International Conference “The Arctic: Offshore Projects and Sustainable Development of Regions” (“Arctic 2020”), the event’s press service told Pan Pacific Agency.

The following issues will be discussed during the round table: the implementation of the national project “Digital Economy”; digital technologies of telecommunication infrastructure for the development of communication networks, broadcasting, transmission, processing and storage of data in the Arctic region; development of geolocation systems. Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Arctic Region; information security based on local developments in transfer, processing and storage of data that guarantees the protection of the interests of each person, businesses and the state; modern city management technologies: smart cities, smart networks, smart water and lighting systems, waste management, also to discussed.

The Arctic 2020 Conference is held by the «System Consulting» company and the «Regional Energy and Energy Conservation» magazine in cooperation with the CCI Russia, the Russian State University of Oil and Gas n.a. I.M. Gubkin and the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI) with the support of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic Zone.

The event traditionally attracts representatives of relevant ministries and institutions, major Russian and foreign oil and gas producing and service companies, equipment manufacturers, leading research centers and media interested in issues of production, field development, including in the Arctic zone. Pan Pacific Agency covers event as a media partner.

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