MIL-OSI Russian Federation: Intelligent sensors and big data: schoolchildren taught to manage smart city

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The guys were told about energy-saving technologies, smart sensors and big data that help to improve the life of the city.

How technologies and innovations help to manage the megalopolis – the experts at a lecture told about this and much more “Schools smart city”. About 100 schoolchildren listened to it. Another 143 thousand spectators watched the lecture live on social networks.

Participants learned that every minute of the included lamps cost the city budget millions of rubles, so it is important to effectively manage this resource. This is helped by technology, smart energy-saving lamps with sensors for controlling light and movement appear and improve. The residents of the city can also save the resources of the city with the help of smart meters. The guys were shown how intelligent sensors and satellites with the help of the GLONASS system keep order in the whole city.

Making big data on how to change the life of a city for the better helps big data.

“Data sources become communication with residents – we can communicate with them through the Active Citizen service and the mos.ru portal, as well as information from sensors of smart systems and expertise,” explained the deputy head of the Urban Solutions in the Housing and Utilities sector

Information Technology Department Moscow Nikita Solomin.

Also at the lecture, schoolchildren met with the prospects of training in the direction of “urban studies”. In 2011, the number of urban population in the world for the first time exceeded the number of inhabitants of villages and villages. Since then, urban studies has become a particularly promising specialty. And it will be interesting to study it for those who are interested in design, geography, computer science, architecture and social studies. This is an interdisciplinary subject that unites all who love the city, added Kirill Puzanov, associate professor at the Faculty of Urban and Regional Development of the National Research University Higher School of Economics.

“In some areas, such as the intellectual transport system, Moscow has achieved great heights. To carry out such huge projects helps a centralized management system. Moscow is becoming the world leader in managing the city – for this, greater participation of the population and attention from the authorities to the demands of society are needed, ”said Sergey Maltsev, head of the corporate relations department of the consulting company.

A lecture on the topic “I would manage the city, let them teach me!” Was held on October 10 in the pavilion “Smart City” at the Exhibition of Economic Achievements. The next lesson will be held on October 24th. Schoolchildren will learn how big data is changing megacities.

“School of the smart city” – The project of the Department of Information Technology, launched this spring. His goal is to interest schoolchildren with modern technologies and tell them about inventions for a smart city. Lecturers can also see the exposition of the pavilion “Smart City” and find out what technologies are used in managing a smart city, which electronic services are embedded in its most advanced areas and how residents can use them.

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