Infrastructure of the Future: How should Business and the Authorities Adapt to the New Environment?
2030. Two thirds of the planet population live in big cities where sensors control street lighting and safety in residential districts, transport is charged with drones in motion, and a human being on the way to work in a driverless car gets a doctor’s consultation while looking through a message warning that the turbine cooling system at the plant he is in charge of will soon go out of order. The automatic data exchange and the development of new algorithms for their analysis, communication among people and things, autonomous intellectual management systems and industrial interaction schemes are key processes supporting the new digital infrastructure. What information networks and cybersecurity level will be required to manage such a system? How will the business model of energy companies change? Will the B2C insurance system disappear? What policy should governments pursue to regulate and maintain the smart infrastructure? What should instruments of financing such infrastructure be like? What new businesses will appear in the new landscape?
Oleg Goshchansky, Chairman, Managing Partner, KPMG in Russia and the CIS
Greg Abovsky, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Yandex
Boris Glazkov, Vice-president, Rostelekom
Nicolas Notebaert, Chief Executive Officer, VINCI Concessions; Chairman, VINCI Airports
Evgeniy Olkhovich, Deputy General Director for Strategic Development, Rosseti
Joe So, Chief Technology Officer Industry Solutions, Huawei Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
Pavel Sorokin, Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation
Lev Khasis, First Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board, Sberbank
Daming Cheng, Executive Director, China International Capital Corporation Limited
Front row participant
Tatiana Redko, Deputy Managing Director, Renault Russia