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IIS representatives took part in the business forum “Development Strategies” of the VIII Federal Congress “Priorities 2030”

On September 8, 2021, within the framework of the VIII Federal Congress “Priorities 2030” at the site of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, one of the key events took place – the Business Forum “Development Strategies”. The event was organized by the Business Partnership Agency and the RF Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Traditionally, the event was attended by representatives of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation, the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, relevant ministries and departments, legislative and executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, academia and business communities.

The Priorities 2030 Congress is a progressive business platform created with the aim of building a regular, open and constructive dialogue between the business community, government authorities, academia and the professional non-profit sector.

One of the key speakers of the plenary session was Yuri Hohlov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Institute of the Information Society. He spoke on the topic “Digital transformation or digital development – what is most important”.

Round table “Digital Transformation of the Real Sector of the Economy. Goals. Tasks. Priorities” was moderated by Michael Yakushev, Deputy Director of the Institute of Digital Environment Law of the Higher School of Economics, member of the Supervisory Board of the Institute of the Information Society.

The participants discussed the following issues:

  • Combining efforts of the state, business, innovation community and science as a factor of successful digitalization of the real sector of the Russian economy
  • Creation of conditions for the development of digital services and solutions and their implementation in the sectors of the fuel and energy complex
  • Digitalization of the energy complex of Russia: from automated processes to digital transformation
  • Digital technologies and platform solutions in the oil and gas complex (“Smart Well”, “Intelligent Field”, modeling based on Big Data, analysis of geological information, automated control centers)
  • Industrial Internet of Things and machine learning
  • Smart manufacturing. Digital Twin, industrial sensors for monitoring and analysis
  • The digital transformation of an industrial enterprise as the basis for increasing the company’s competitiveness
  • Development of the competencies of the project personnel of industrial companies in the context of digital transformation
  • Successful cases of digital manufacturing management
  • Restructuring logistics in the context of digitalization. Logistic robots
  • Implementation of 5G and 6G projects in the current economic environment. Possibilities of implementation in the industry
  • Additive manufacturing and 3D printing of manufacturing equipment

Round table “Digital Transformation in Industrial Medicine. Topical Areas of Interaction between Independent Enterprises” was moderated by Elena Yashina, Adviser to the General Director – Head of the Service for Development and Support of Medical Programs of PJSC TATNEFT, Leading Researcher of the Laboratory of Information Technologies in the Management of the Institute of Applied Economic Research of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation.

The experts discussed the following issues:

  • Aspects of the implementation of the departmental target program “Modernization of Primary Healthcare in the Russian Federation”
  • Increasing the availability of medical care (preliminary and periodic medical examinations, digital medical examinations, primary health care; specialized medical care; high-tech medical care)
  • Increasing the availability of drug provision for citizens
  • Digitalization of the healthcare system
  • Formation of an innovative regulatory space
  • Challenges and preliminary results of the pandemic: priority directions for the development of healthcare and the labor protection system
  • Increasing the anti-epidemic stability of healthcare facilities and production
  • Challenges and preliminary results of the pandemic: priority directions for the development of healthcare and the labor protection system
  • Legal, financial and economic problems and tasks of industrial medicine and labor protection systems
  • Vaccination of risk groups
  • Air ambulance. Features of use when servicing persons not included in the service contingent of manufacturing companies
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage for industrial enterprises