In the future, of course, we will have to create an unmanned aircraft operator, which will incorporate proven standardized technologies and will be accompanied, among other things, by regulatory documents [...] In March of this year, an experimental legal regime was put into place as part of a government project for unmanned air cargo delivery. The purpose of this experimental legal regime is to simplify some of the regulations, test technologies, and look at how unmanned aircraft should be regulated — Sergey Sergushev, Deputy General Director for Logistics, Russian Post.
We had a task force working within the Arctic Council in 2017, which recommended developing competition between economic operators and establishing interaction between the International Civil Aviation [Organization] and the International Maritime Organization, since there are a lot of grey areas that are not covered by telecommunications tools in the Arctic region. The recommendation was given to study the capabilities of locating data processing centres in the Arctic region, which, due to low cooling costs, could be very promising — Nikolay Korchunov, Ambassador-at-Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation; Chair of the Senior Arctic Officials, Arctic Council.
Yakutia will become a hub to support communications in the Far East as a whole. We are building a data centre. We have built a modular data centre and are deploying cloud technologies in education and medicine there — Anatoly Semenov, Minister of Innovations, Digital Development and Communication Technologies of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).