MIL-OSI Russia: Moscow’s digital twin became a laureate of the all-Russian prize “Prof-IT.2021”

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September 18, 2021 11:02 am

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The digital twin is based on a 3D model of the city and an archive of panoramas of Moscow streets.

“The digital twin of the city of Moscow” became one of the winners in the nomination “Best innovative project” of the IX All-Russian competition of regional and municipal informatization projects “Prof-IT.2021”… The metropolitan development was noted for the use of end-to-end technologies, including artificial intelligence and data management systems.

“The digital twin is one of the key projects in the field of digitalization of the Moscow Stroykompleks. It allows not only obtaining detailed and visual information about buildings and engineering systems, but also predicting how a new object will fit into the existing urban development. Thus, the digital twin is becoming an indispensable tool for the integrated development of the city, making urban planning decisions and coordinating city services, ”said

Edward Lysenko, Minister of the Moscow Government, Head Department of Information Technology.

The digital twin is based on a photogrammetric 3D model of the city and an archive of panoramas of Moscow streets, including models of buildings and structures. With the help of technology, you can analyze and model processes, plan urban planning solutions and manage urban economy.

According to the head Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergei Levkin, such a system allows you to make informed management decisions based on big data obtained in real time. This gives advantages in planning the development of the city, designing new metro stations, social and residential facilities, complex development of industrial zones, taking into account various parameters, including legislative restrictions. Moreover, the digital twin will present the developed information models of capital construction objects – this will help to carry out simulation modeling, track the progress of projects construction and show how they fit into the urban environment.

The Digital Twin project was launched in 2019. In 2020, he was awarded the International Community of Urban and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) award, and also became a laureate of the TAdviser IT Prize in the field of information technology in the Digital Twin of the Year nomination.

Competition “Prof-IT.2021” is held within the framework of the IX All-Russian Forum of Regional and Municipal Informatization, where the regions traditionally present the best projects in the field of informatization of state and municipal administration in various areas. The competition is a unique opportunity to demonstrate the region’s achievements in the field of informatization at the federal level, get acquainted with the decisions of other regions, and receive feedback from representatives of federal ministries and leaders responsible for regional informatization. The official awards ceremony will take place on September 23-24 in Nizhny Novgorod.

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