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Nikita Utkin

RVC, Cyber-physical systems

About speaker

Nikita Utkin has been with RVC since mid-2011, currently in the position of the Head of Programs. He has considerable experience in the field of technology business: from consulting and investment, and from market and technology analysts. Before that, he had a long working experience in a transnational corporation of the technology sector and business consulting.

He worked in the management bodies of a number of Russian investment instruments (funds). The sphere of competence also includes: strategic and business planning, corporate development, as well as supervising the activities of investment instruments (funds).

The last 5 years has been involved as an expert on the part of the Russian Federation in the activities of individual structures and working groups of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) on the most promising technological areas.

The logical continuation of this activity was the creation of the technical committee for standardization "Cyber-physical systems" in March 2017, whose Chairman Nikita is. Within the framework of the technical committee, a number of national standards are being developed and adopted, as well as the development and harmonization of international standards (the technical committee is a mirror committee for the relevant ISO / IEC structures) in such promising technological areas as: Internet of Things, Big Data, Smart Cities, Smart Manufacturing and Artificial Intelligence.

Nikita is actively involved in the implementation of the Digital Economy of the Russian Federation Program in Russia (Order of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1632-r of July 28, 2017).

Nikita graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Economics of St. Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg, Russia), completed his business education at the Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley (Berkeley, USA), and studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, USA).