Moscow 2030 -
comfortable, educating, culturally rich and safe urban environment for everyone
‘Smart City 2030’ sets priorities, goals and objectives for city governance and digital technologies development by the year 2030.
Moscow 20182030
Future outlook has been designed in accordance with:

Unified healthcare information and analytics system

Electronic appointment desk

Electronic medical records

Pilot projects for early detection of emerging tumors and potential stroke occurrence through neural networks


Remote patient monitoring via portable devices

Personalized healthcare using big data and genetic passports

Artificial intelligence as an ‘alternative opinion’ in diagnostics

Digital 3D model of the patient’s body

3D print of organs for prosthesis and transplantation

Robot-assisted surgery


Moscow online school

Control over check-in and payment for meals at schools with electronic cards

Electronic assignments, laptops and grade books

Advanced educational material library

Technological parks (Quantorium) and centers for arts and crafts for kids

New technologies in schools – enhancing IT competences


High quality and availability of education of all types and levels

Adaptive, practice-oriented, modular programs for general and vocational education

Personal education recommendations based on trainee’s abilities, talents and preferences

Professional re-training and new skills training system for residents

Social issues

Social public services provided in electronic format

Moscow resident’s social card

Social projects support

Social issues

Targeted and timely provided social support based on citywide generated big data

Digital platform for volunteer initiatives

Electronic employment record books

Digital employment office


‘Museums for children’ program

Centralized system for museums’ exhibition inventory

‘Learn Moscow’ portal

Unified automated library system

E-tickets to museums, concerts and tours

Online broadcasting of cultural events and sports


Online access to libraries, museums and archives

Platform for residents to participate in preserving and developing cultural heritage

Online broadcasting with total immersion through AR/VR/MR

3D simulation and development of holographic images of cultural artefacts (incl. lost ones)

Virtual tours and travels

Urban planning

Information and analytical system for urban planning management

All public services related to urban planning are virtually connected and provided in electronic format

Project office for implementation of building information modeling (BIM) in construction industry

Pilot projects using smart home technology in ‘smart’ residential blocks

‘Smart’ standards for designing house-wide digital systems

Urban planning

Big data and artificial intelligence urban planning

Building information modeling (BIM) in construction industry

VR/AR/MR tools for design

3D-printed buildings and structures

‘Smart’ contracts in construction industry

Municipal infrastructure

Automated system for resource consumption accounting

Unified information and payment center

Unified dispatching control center

GLONASS-based system for municipal vehicles monitoring

Outdoor lighting information and management system

Electronic meetings between apartment owners

Municipal infrastructure

Separate power, heating, gas and water supply systems

Big data and artificial intelligence municipal infrastructure management

Internet of Things in ‘Smart’ municipal and engineering infrastructure

Forecast and emergencies’ prevention

Automatic meter reading

Public transport

Intelligent public transport system portal

Traffic conditions monitored online

Navigation services for city residents

Unified ‘Troika’ transport card

Unified Moscow and the Moscow region maps

Jointly used vehicles and car sharing

Public transport

Transport flows controlled by artificial intelligence

Implementation of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) concept

Electric public transport and electric cars

Environment-friendly vehicles

Self-driving transport and ‘smart’ road/traffic infrastructure

Information technologies and communications

Well-developed public Wi-Fi network

High level of coverage and quality of cellular networks

High data-exchange rate in fixed-line communication networks

Low fares for mobile communications and Internet

Information technologies and communications

Innovative infrastructure based on information and computer technologies in digital economy

Worldwide recognized programs for training in digital technologies

Active implementation of cutting-edge digital technologies

Citywide digital platforms

5G communication networks and the Internet of Things

Finances, manufacturing, and innovations

Piloting innovative solutions in ‘smart’ residential blocks

Supporting priority branches of Moscow’s industry

Online payment for public and municipal services via

Finances, manufacturing, and innovations

Robot-based manufacturing

Model for forecasting and planning of economic development based on citywide big data

Personalized production using 3D print

Industrial Internet of Things

‘Smart’ contracts in city economy


Information and analytics system for crime and public safety monitoring

Video surveillance and video analytics system

Emergency public notification system

Operational-service management system


Integrated security systems

Forecast for events with negative impact based on big data and artificial intelligence

Unified citywide cybersecurity center

Internet of Things fires and floods prevention


Environment monitoring system

Air, water and soil pollution control

Industrial emissions monitoring

Control over the level of noise

Monitoring greenery and plants

Electronic model of territorial waste-handling scheme


Big data and artificial intelligence forecast and control over environmental situation

Increased usage of environment-friendly vehicles

Separate collection of solid household waste

Innovative technologies for sorting, handling and waste recycling


Unified portal with every city service (

250 services provided digitally

Unified call center

‘Active citizen’ and ‘Our city’ projects

Crowd-sourcing platform (

Open data portal


‘Data-driven city’ concept

Artificial intelligence as a second opinion in decision making

Personalized and predictive public services

Moscow resident’s unified digital ID

Blockchain technologies for city transactions and election results storage

Moscow 2018
Moscow 2030
Sustainable enhancement of living standards among Moscow’s residents and favorable conditions for entrepreneurship and other activities
Centralized, comprehensive and transparent city governance based on big data and artificial intelligence
Increased efficiency of government expenses, including through implementing public and private partnership in information and digital technologies and communications
Smart city
Smart city
for humans
To focus on humans and creating the conditions for a full-fledged, high-quality, and happy life for all categories of residents
Participation of residents
in city governance
To develop conditions for active involvement of residents in social life and making decisions on citywide issues; open digital government
Artificial intelligence
for fulfilling city
Artificial intelligence is one of the leading drivers in the digital transformation of city economy and social life issues
Digital technologies for creating a fully barrier-free environment in all areas of life
To provide equal opportunities for all Moscow residents, to improve the safety and comfort for travel around the city, and develop public services in digital format
City developing jointly with business and the scientific community as a mutually beneficial partnership
Full-scale incorporation of business and academic/applied-science research institutions into city projects as a mutually beneficial partnership
Digital documents prevailing over their hardcopy counterparts
Increased transparency of public services rendered, optimized administrative procedures, and increased efficiency of using city resources
Comprehensive technologies in all areas of city life
To use efficient digital technologies in all areas of city life: big data, virtual and augmented reality, 5G communication technologies, the Internet of Things, distributed registry, neuro-interfaces, cyber-security, 3D simulation, and 3D print
Digital technology solutions developed in Russia
Balanced approach to import substitution, employment of best practices, and targeted support to city development solutions created in Russia
digital technologies
To use the technologies that reduce the amount of waste and emissions, re-use resources as much as possible, and preserve nature
Comprehensive technologies
Smart city architecture. Level 4 Smart city architecture. Level 3 Smart city architecture. Level 2 Smart city architecture. Level 1
Smart city
Level 1.
Consumers and interfaces
Residents, business, the scientific community, and city administration agencies
At this level, requirements for the entire ecosystem and interfaces for the city’s digital economy are shaped by residents, business, scientific community and city administration agencies. City residents also control the quality of digital services rendered and participate in megalopolis governance at this level.
Level 2.
Personalized public and commercial services
This is the level where information systems, applications, and electronic services relating to all areas of the digital economy and social services are located.
Level 3.
Generated by infrastructure, applications and users
This level comprises citywide data platforms and analytical systems that collect, process, verify, structure, analyze, consolidate and enrich data obtained from the city’s information systems and resources along with independent sources. This level intends to fulfill the needs of the city’s executive agencies, business community and Moscow residents.
Level 4.
Digital infrastructure
Jointly used by the city and business
This level comprises telecommunication networks and systems, data storage and processing centers, information security centers, video monitoring systems and alarm systems.
Development of ‘smart city’
Moscow: directions
and social resources
The city adapts
to each resident
Urban environment
Residents enjoy comfort and new options for consumption
Digital mobility
Virtual presence of a person becomes equivalent to his/her physical attendance; technologies remove boundaries
City economy

New business models for ‘old’ economy areas

Digital technologies create added value

and ecology
Transition from forecasting to preventing: a rapid response is no longer sufficient

The city is governed by data and artificial intelligence

Routine processes will be the first to be automated

Life quality index
Life quality index is a compound indicator that measures accomplishments of countries and individual regions from the perspective of their capacity to ensure welfare for their residents.
The index relates to residents’ subjective satisfaction with life conditions along with objective indicators of social and economic well-being.
Urban environment quality index
The urban environment quality index assesses the capacity of an urban environment to fulfill the objective requirements and needs of urban residents in accordance with generally accepted norms and standards of life-sustaining activity.