The Ministry of Industry and Trade and Rosstandard have approved a long-term plan for the standardization of the National Technology Initiative, according to which Russia will develop more than 70 standards in the areas of the Internet of things, industrial Internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence, cyber-physical systems, and smart production. This was reported by the Press Service of Russian Venture Company (RVC) on January 28.
It is noted that the purpose of the regulatory and technical documents will be the regulation of the cross-cutting technologies of the modern digital industry. The standards aim to remove technical barriers to the introduction of advanced developments in Russia, as well as to increase the competitiveness of Russian products.
According to him, the development of markets that are not yet regulated by standardization tools is one of the basic principles of the NTI. In 2018, RVC initiated the development of more than 30 national standards, including the one that will be approved in the near future.
In turn, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia Alexei Besprozvannykh, who oversees standardization issues on the part of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, explained that the developers are counting on the active involvement of domestic enterprises in the process of creating and promoting the standards envisaged by the plan.
In addition, the draft plan for 2018-2025 was prepared by the specialists of the National Technology Initiative Technet and the Cyber-Physical Systems Technical Committee (TC 194). This committee unites the efforts of leading scientific and public organizations, enterprises, NGOs in the development of hardware and software. Its participants include Gazprom Neft, Rostelecom, Angstrem-T, RUSSOFT, Bauman MSTU, HSE, Moscow State University and others.