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All the major cities of Kuzbas till the end of 2021 will have a digital counterpart. On Monday, June 29, told TASS Deputy Governor of the Kemerovo region for economic development, Konstantin Wenger.
According to him, within the framework of the national project “Digital economy” the territory of the 20 largest settlements in the region to be digitized with the aid of drones. “Holding robotomy from the air reduces the cost of a complex of cadastral works by about 20 percent, and their rate of conduction increases at least twice, also, shooting drones have high accuracy and precision,” explained Wenger.
Thanks to digitization, the official said, will be to introduce presmerovani areas and to identify possible violations in land use. As a result, the efficiency of land use will increase.
As Wenger said, in 2019 digital DoppelgangeR already appeared in Kemerovo, in 2020 they also acquire Novokuznetsk, Prokopyevsk and Kiselevsk. 16 cities to be digitized in 2021.
The national project “Digital economy” approved by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and should be completed by 2024. Only its implementation is planned to allocate more than 1.8 trillion rubles. In particular, it implies an increase of internal costs for the development of the digital economy at the expense of all sources, the creation of sustainable and secure information and telecommunications infrastructure for high speed transmission, processing and storage of large amounts of data, as well as the transfer of government agencies and organizations to use mainly software developed in Russia.
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