On October 21, the Regional Management Center (RMC) in Murmansk presented its work in a test mode. The RMC is a digital system of a unique set of information and analytical systems that combines information about areas of activity in the regions.
The main objectives of the project are to ensure the efficient work of regional authorities, subordinate enterprises, and prompt response to requests and problems of citizens of the Murmansk region. Data from all systems will be fed into the Unified Digital Platform for Regional Management (UPRM) for collecting, processing, and analyzing information from various sources. The project of the Regional Management Center in Murmansk is being created on behalf of Russian President Vladimir Putin as part of the large-scale project "Smart Region."
ZALA unmanned aerial systems will be used to collect visual information of the area, monitor construction sites, renovations, and the state of public areas, create 3D-models of the area, monitor the environmental situation, as well as provide operational tasks of searching for missing people and fight against illegal actions.
The distinguishing features of using unmanned aerial systems for digitalization of the municipal economy are the speed of decision-making, security, and objective control with rapid data transfer to RMC systems.
The event was attended by the Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation Maksut Shadaev, who became acquainted with the latest developments of unmanned aerial systems, payloads, and software of ZALA AERO.