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Черёмин Сергей
Sergei Cheryomin
Head of Department for Foreign Economic Activity and International Relations, Moscow City Government; Chairman of the Board, Business Council for Cooperation with the Republic of India
Quotes
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Russia–India
We can say that this relationship [between Russia and India, – Ed.] can be characterized not only as strategic, but as very politically and economically active. <…> Last year commercial turnover grew by 17% to USD 11 billion
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Russia–India
The ambitious goals set by our leaders – developing the trade between our countries to USD 30 billion by 2025 and mutual investment volume to USD 50 billion – are not yet met
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Russia–Baltic States: Pathways to Trust and a Beneficial Partnership
We think Moscow should be of interest to our Baltic colleagues, as we can provide many ideas for urban development. Moscow is undergoing a drastic change. All the visiting delegations are interested in our transportation system, our education management system called Moscow Electronic School, our unified medical management system, our new approaches to improving the environment in the city and developing transport, and many other issues. We are attracting technologies. <…> We are breaking all records in delegation numbers, including those from the Baltic countries
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
According to TomTom rating, Moscow has become the leader in the implementation of information technology in parking systems
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
The city invests gigantic funds in the development of transport infrastructure – public transport, above all – and its digitalization in particular. Moscow Metro, which carries 8 to 10 million passengers a day, is operated with such efficiency that the train frequency is 80–90 seconds. This pace is unmatched, perhaps, except for Japan and several cities of the world
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
Last year, the UN ranked Moscow number one in the world in terms ofintroducing information technology into the urban environment. WEGO also put Moscow on their list of leaders in IT. PWC placed Moscow among the top five megacities that are ready to applythe most high-tech solutions in the municipal economy
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
Smart city is human capital plus digitalization of all areas of municipal operation and all areas of the city’s economy. If a giant megapolis is managed without digital technologies, without artificial intelligence, without analyzing enormous volumes of data, without tracking every person in real time, it is impossible to develop infrastructure, transport, healthcare, education and social sphere
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
Without even noticing it, you use high-speed Wi-Fi on metro trains. Even futurologists could not have dreamed about it 10 years ago. Or the fact that there will be Wi-Fi in Moscow trams and buses. Traffic analysis will allow us to draw conclusions on how traffic flows should be adjusted, where the new traffic lanes for public transport should be launched, where the metro should be developed
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
Moscow cannot but develop digital technologies in order to maintain competitiveness andeconomic leadership. Since 2011, the mayor of Moscow has made it a key priority to ensure development of the city’s digital infrastructure, which would become a unified interface for managing all urban processes
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
Moscow is the powerhouse of the Russian economy. It accounts for nearly 26% of Russia’s GDP, and brings in more than 50% of foreign investments
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
All the Big Data collected by analytical centres form the basis of decision-making, particularly in urban planning
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
Over the last seven years, the length of the metro system has increased by 30%. That is 136 km of new lines and 70 new stations. That would not have been possible without applying digital technology
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
A unique Moscow eSchool system has been introduced. It is a unified information platform that brought together all students and teachers; it is a unique library of the best lessons [...]. The effect of such gigantic investment is immeasurable. Last year, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) put Moscow on their list of leaders in primary education. We joined the world’s top five megacities in terms of the quality of secondary education
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
The most modern video surveillance system is going to be launched in Moscow. Over 140,000 cameras have been integrated into a unified video surveillance system – that is more than in London
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
We were at a crossroads: we would either upgrade old systems and follow the path of brownfield, or we would go greenfield and introduce the most modern technologies, that we, in part, borrowed from our partners and colleagues from all over the globe. We came to a conclusion that it was possible to modernize existing platforms in some areas, but a revolutionary move forward would only be possible if we chose to go greenfield
23.01.2019
Russia House in Davos 2019
Urban Digital Transformation: Prospects for Implementing AI in Managing Municipal Processes and Procedures
The World Cup was a success, in part thanks to digital technologies. Control systems and fan ID’s prevented many provocateurs from showing up at the stadiums
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Russia–India
India is on a steady course towards industrialization, the growth rate of the economy is simply amazing: more than 7% a year. India has long reached the milestone of 2 trillion dollars of GDP and continues to move forward. This means that the strategy has been chosen correctly
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Tourism Cash Flows: Exporting Tourism
The experiment in China gave unique economic results within 5 days. Transit tourists would gladly spend a day here for the brightest of experiences. <...> All this would multiply the effect for Moscow budget
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Tourism Cash Flows: Exporting Tourism
21.6 million people visited Moscow and spent 860 billion roubles in Russia’s capital. This is approximately 4% of Moscow’s GRP. The potential is not exhausted, but underestimated. Our task is to bring this figure to 8–10%
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“In the process of preparation for the World Cup, hundreds of kilometers of new highways have been built in the City of Moscow… In Moscow, a unique smart city transportation system has been created, which will provide analytics during the World Cup. In Moscow, measures have been taken to make public transport comfortable, with navigation in four languages. High-speed Wi-Fi is available in public transport. We were the first city in the world to launch broadband Wi-Fi in subway trains. Today, Wi-Fi can be used not only in buses, trolleys, trams. We won the award for development of Wi-Fi availability in the city overall, not just in parks and public places. This creates eco-environment which allows, among other things, to ensure security,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“Several years ago, in accordance with the targeted government programmes, Moscow did the same, not only getting ready for the World Cup, of course, because the infrastructure would later be used for citizens, tourists, and guests of the capital city, who arrive in huge numbers,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“We invested a lot in creating the most modern engineering systems. It is not only video surveillance in stadiums or in places where fans are going to be gathering. It is the integrated system of video cameras and sensors. The stadiums are equipped with the most modern systems of access control, detection of hazardous chemicals, various weapons,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“The World Cup will be hosted by 11 cities; according to various estimates, the costs of the Russian Federation for preparation amounted to about 620–640 billion roubles; some estimates were 500 billion roubles. But it is not only the reconstruction of sports facilities: it is the development of transport infrastructure, construction of new airports, modernization of public transport, social infrastructure,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“Moscow is really becoming a comfortable city. It is poised to contribute to hosting the World Cup at the finest level. Our practice run was last year’s FIFA Confederations Cup, which was a great success,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“Modernization of the industrial areas is a very interesting investment. One of the flagship stadiums hosting the World Cup is Otkritie Arena (Spartak Stadium)… It was built on the site of the old Tushino airfield. It used to be a depressive industrial site… Today, there is a lot of construction going on, with the intention to build 40 million square meters of real estate,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“All of those [completed infrastructure works] influenced the rankings of appeal. Moscow is among the leaders in terms of upgrade, <…> there was a very strong upgrade in the World Bank’s Doing Business Report. According to PwC estimates in their evaluation of seven fast-growing world cities, Moscow is number one in terms of transport infrastructure development (and this particularly contributes to the fact that it can host major international events, including sports tournaments), development sustainability, the level of security (Moscow is one of the safest cities in Europe today). The appeal resulted in more foreign investment, on top of the government budget funds. Thanks to the city policies and appropriate legislation, the investment climate overall has become very appealing. Despite the sanctions in place, the level of foreign investment in the Moscow economy, including sports infrastructure, continues to grow,”
24.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
It's More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018
“An example [of successful foreign investment] is the construction of the unique sports stadium and business district, together with the reconstruction of the park: the Dynamo Stadium (VTB Arena). The project is unique because it is developed under the brand Made by Italy, in cooperation with VTB Bank, and one of the main investors is the Italian export agency SACE,”
23.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
Russia and the Global Digital Agenda
“Moscow is the first city to launch advanced cutting-edge transport management systems. Today the entire city is covered by cameras, sensors. That is smart management of a very complex urban system,”
23.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
Russia and the Global Digital Agenda
“In terms of the number and variety of electronic services, Moscow is only second to New York City,”
23.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
Russia and the Global Digital Agenda
“Moscow is placed first in terms of aggregation of a huge network of video cameras, the closed-circuit video surveillance system. Cameras are located in the streets, at intersections, they are also located at the major critical facilities of the city infrastructure. The number of cameras in the system exceeds 130,000. That is more than in London. And London has always been perceived as one of the world’s safest cities. We have very significantly reduced the crime level in the city,”
23.01.2018
Russia House in Davos 2018
Russia and the Global Digital Agenda
“Moscow became the world’s first city to launch the project of Internet access in the metro. Internet access is available in parks and public places. Internet access can be used in all types of transport: in buses, trams. That brings us to a new IT environment which gives us the opportunity not only for passengers to entertain themselves; it is an environment that brings the city to a new level of security,”