Business programme

Leveraging Big Data and Digital Platforms to Generate Synergies in Manufacturing

04 Jun , 17:00–18:15
New Technology Frontiers
Congress Centre, Hall of Sber

The pandemic has impacted all industries, both in terms of customer and employee safety, and rethinking business and production processes. Across all industries, it has become essential to make production more efficient, and increased competition and market volatility require strong decision making to reshape businesses and industries as manufacturing becomes more complex. The digitalization of manufacturing companies and the development of a digital ecosystem drive high-tech sectors and create new jobs. Data lies at the heart of most manufacturing processes, and plays a crucial role in them. It will not be possible to reduce losses through digitalizing processes, or to adopt a data-based decision-making model without employing the tools and mechanisms provided by digital platforms. Why has data become such a vital asset in manufacturing, and how will effective management of industrial data benefit the economy? What needs to be done to build an effective data regulation system in the manufacturing sector? Why is cooperation between industries vital in this period of digital transformation? What needs to be done to create a system to standardize industrial data in Russia and beyond? And what steps should be taken to build a cooperation ecosystem amongst manufacturing companies?

Pavel Sorokin, Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation

Andrey Belevtsev, Director of Digital Transformation, Gazprom Neft
Gegham Vardanyan, The Member of the Board – Minister in charge of Internal Markets, Information Support, Information&Communication Technologies, Eurasian Economic Commission
Boris Makevnin, General Director, Private Enterprise "Cifrum"
Konstantin Mikhaylik, Deputy General Director for Digital Transformation, Rosseti
Kirill Molodtsov, Curator, Russian Presidential Commission on the Development Strategy for the Fuel and Energy Industry and Environmental Safety
Maxim Parshin, Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation