Today, on April 24, the second meeting of the Coordination Council for the Development of the Digital Economy of the Perm Territory was held at the “Kvantorium Photonics” venue. The key topic of discussion was the implementation of the national technology initiative (NTI) in the Kama region. The event was attended by Dmitriy Peskov, Special Representative of the President of Russia for digital and technological development, Maxim Reshetnikov, Governor of the Perm Territory, and information technology experts.
The head of the Kama region noted that the implementation of the national technology initiative has been started by the instructions of the President for a long time. Perm Territory in this direction is not a leader yet, while the region has a high potential for the development of technological initiatives.
Dmitriy Peskov, in his turn, noted that the Perm Territory has a really high potential for the implementation of national technological initiatives.
Mikhail Antonov, Deputy General Director, Director for Innovative Infrastructure Development at RVC, presented the technologies for implementing NTI, which are used by regions of the country, and noted the most successful ones. A positive example is the experience of the Perm Territory. In particular, according to the representative of RVC, the development of the technology business is positively influenced by the presence of a project office in the region or a single window for entering the NTI. The expert also noted the organization of cooperation between technology companies, universities, scientific institutions of the Perm Territory with Federal working groups of the NTI markets. According to him, this makes it possible to effectively prepare personnel for the development of industry.
Vladimir Makarenko, Fort Telecom development director, told about what business expects from science.
Recall that in November last year, the Government of the Perm Territory and the Russian Venture Company, which is the Design Office of NTI, made a cooperation agreement in the Perm Territory. A “road map” of NTI implementation was signed at the beginning of this year.