Digital transformation of cities. Russian and international experience
BIYSK HALL, October 16 12:00 — 17:00
The main digital transformation processes are implemented by a large number of interested parties - various business organizations, the state, and private citizens. However, state bodies, in dialogue with the other parties, are ultimately responsible for the processes involved in managing the digitization of a city. What is the best way to build up good relations and find a balance, create a technological partnership and ensure all processes are carried out in a cohesive and transparent manner? Discussions with city administrations and business communities from the Russian cities participating in the pilot projects to introduce smart city solutions will help to identify and replicate the most effective technical, financial, regulatory and organizational solutions already developed by city authorities.
- How should functions be allocated between citizens, business and the authorities, to best ensure that city management improves in quality and advances to a new level?
- What should the results of the cooperation between citizens, business and the authorities be?
- What can be done to encourage high-tech businesses and investors to play a role in finding solutions to local city management problems?
- What are the main legal, organizational and technological barriers to the digital transformation of Russian cities?
- What technological solutions are most effective in helping to overcome the challenges faced by Russian cities in their current stage of development?
Beijing Municipal Commission for City Planning and Land Resources Management, Division Director
Head of the Industry, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department Novosibirsk Mayor's Office, PhD, Head of the Industry, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department Novosibirsk Mayor's Office
The Government of the Nizhny Novgorod region, Acting Deputy Governor, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Nizhny Novgorod region