Personal Smart-Tracker in Moscow
Personal Smart-Tracker in Moscow
Personal Smart-Tracker: How Digital Technologies are Helping to Supervise Construction of Public Facilities.
Since the start of 2019, over 15 building sites in Moscow have been equipped with the Personal Smart-Tracker system, which helps to monitor the construction process itself and improve the safety of each worker by determining the number of staff on site and measuring the activities of different categories of workers.
The Personal Smart-Tracker is a suite of technologies incorporating, amongst other things, a small personal device with numerous embedded sensors: а GLONASS receiver, an accelerometer, а personification sensor and other technical devices. It transmits general information in real time to the client about the worker’s movements around the building site, his activities in his area of responsibility, and other data essential for subsequent comparison with data in the state information systems of the Construction Complex of Moscow,” said Eduard Lysenko, Minister of the Government of Moscow and head of the city’s Department of Information Technology (DIT).
Over 1,000 of the devices are already in use in the construction of social facilities in Moscow. The information is transmitted via an energy-efficient restricted-access local wireless network to the client – Department of City-Building Policy of Moscow. The technology suite compares the data with that held in the state information systems and prepares analytical reports.
The Personal Smart-Tracker system can be rapidly installed at any construction site without creating any inconvenience. The technology can also help to keep workers safe.
According to Sergey Lyovkin, head of Moscow’s Department of Urban Development Policy, plans include integrating the “smart palms” into the builder’s digital passport, which is currently being created within the information and analytical system for management of urban development. The information received from the “smart palms” is processed in real time, thanks to which it is possible to track what is going on at the construction site and ensure compliance with safety regulations. Introducing the “smart palms” is one of the first steps towards creating a “smart building site”.
The Department of Information Technologies of Moscow (DIT) has been rapidly developing and actively growing for the past 5 years. During these years we have created over a thousand systems and services and we are pursuing the target of launching around 300 new projects annually. Today, we are proud of having digitalized over 166 state services, this is obviously more than any other region of Russia. Moreover, within the last years we have created an outstanding number of 178 portals, including the official Mayor and Government of Moscow web-site "mos.ru". Our systems cover over 60 industries and penetrate into each aspect of
Moscow citizens' everyday lives, our products and services include:
• Electronic queue for Civil registry office;
• Arrangement of remote medical appointments;
• Personal electronic medical records;
• Children assignment to kindergardens/schools/extracurricular activities;
• Providing schools with cutting edge technological equipment;
• Obtaining references, enquiries and services remotely;
• Numerous projects in housing and public amenities, starting from telemetrics and
• Energetics to the possibility of submitting water usage information.
Thanks to the participation of more than 194,000 people, 20 crowdsourcing projects have been implemented over a four year period. Almost 100,000 suggestions were received in total, with 3,500 of them selected for further development.
Yorumunuz başarıyla alındı, inceleme ardından en kısa sürede yayına alınacaktır.