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Tech in Moscow #32

November 2, 2021, 12:02 (UTC+3)|

Top tech stories from Moscow (October 18 — 29)


Main news about Moscow's projects, developers, technologies

Moscow Tops the Local Rating of Smart Cities in Russia


The Ministry of Construction presented the data of the new Urban Economy Digitalization Index ("IQ of cities") for 2020. Moscow took the first place among the million-plus cities (103.25 points). The second and third places were shared by Voronezh (63.38) and Kazan (60.93), respectively.

The index contains 47 indicators and is calculated in ten areas: urban management, smart housing and communal services, innovations for the urban environment, smart urban transport, intelligent systems of public and environmental safety, tourism and services, intelligent systems of social services, economic condition and investment climate, infrastructure of communication networks.

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Other stories:

  • The First Camera that Records Traffic between Road Stripes Employed in Moscow
  • Moscow-Based Smart Driving Laboratory Presents the Concept of Connected Car for Public Transport 
  • MTS and Ericsson to Employ 5G-ready Networks for Domestic Industrial Enterprises
  • Yandex Upgrades its Revenue Forecast for 2021 to $4.95 Billion
  • Sberbank Reports 2.6 Times Growth of Non-Financial Business Revenue in Q3 2021
  • Rostec to Launch Transport Payment Systems Based on Biometrics
  • MISIS and MTUCI Сomplete Testing of the Interuniversity Quantum Network with Open Access
  • E-Commerce Giant Wildberries to Introduce Drones for Delivery in Hard-to-Reach Regions
  • Yandex Opens Up Branch in Prague


Russia's Leading IT Companies Adopt the National Code of Ethics in the Field of AI

Ministry of Digital Development Determines Illegal Use of Personal Data

Companies Using Biometrics to be Accredited from March 2022

Ministry of Agriculture Plans to Digitalize the Industry

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  • MegaFon Transfers its Tower Assets to an Independent Operators
  • Rostelecom Buys More Than 50% of Software Developing Company BFT-Holding
  • Delimobil May Raise $200-240 Million During IPO
  • Moscow-Based HR-Tech Startup Inapp Raises $450,000 for Development
  • Kaspersky Lab Acquires Over 80% of the Telecom Solutions Developer Brain4Net
  • Startup UseTech Raises $11.3 Million for NFT Infrastructure Development
  • Softline Intends to Raise $400 Million During the IPO

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discover people who stand behind the innovative companies and projects in Moscow

Dmitry SnitserevDeputy CEO of the Smart Driving Laboratory
Yury KurochkinDirector of Quantum Communications 
Viacheslav IvaschenkoBusiness Development Director at Wildberries

In November, ICT.Moscow/en will release an update on the practices of using AI by Russian companies and a digital showcase of Russian developers.

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