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Russian experts discussed 5G development trends of the Russian market and the improvement of communications infrastructure for the implementation of 5G networks during GSMA Thrive Eurasia conference held on November 11-12. ICT.Moscow has collected the key points of this discussion in one article.
On November 24, the Doha Smart Cities Summit was held, which brought together the world's leading megacities developing the concept of a smart city - Moscow, Singapore and Amsterdam, as well as government and business structures, high-tech enterprises and universities from different countries.
After the main part of the summit, 4 panel sessions were organized on various topics related to the creation and promotion of smart cities, including cybersecurity, mobility and unmanned transport, sustainable development, and the effectiveness of smart technologies during a pandemic. Nicholas Palmer, Head of International Development at Group-IB, and Andrey Telenkov, CEO of NTechLab shared the most successful cases and technologies of smart cities that are already being applied in practice in Russia, shared their vision of the future development of megacities in the post-pandemic world.
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