Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

Smart City pavilion at VDNH

The exhibition is located in pavilion No. 461 at VDNKh. Once here, visitors enter the world of innovative developments that Moscow is already actively using or is going to introduce in the very near future. The exposition is divided into thematic zones reflecting all socially significant areas of life for Muscovites: transport, medicine, education, landscaping, etc. In each of the zones, guests of the pavilion will be able to independently manage interactive exhibits and installations.

**Intelligent Transport Zone**

The development of urban transport in Moscow leads to fundamental changes in the life of the metropolitan metropolis. in this area uses breakthrough technologies: urban mobility allows citizens to quickly build convenient routes directly on their smartphones, artificial intelligence monitors traffic and manages traffic flows, and unmanned vehicles are increasingly conquering the streets of the capital.In the Smart City pavilion, visitors will learn all the technological secrets of government metropolitan transport, make a virtual trip in an unmanned taxi, and also be able to track the situation on the roads in real time on a special interactive map, which is usually available only to specialists of the TsODD.

**Digital Medicine Zone**

Medicine in the capital is rapidly changing - becoming more modern, affordable, high-quality and comfortable not only for doctors, but also for patients. Medical records are being digitized, appointments with specialists and even the appointment itself are carried out online, ambulance doctors get access to all information about the patient’s health in advance. Moscow gives citizens a lot of opportunities to maintain their health. Guests of the pavilion will learn about all the medical services and offers of the capital, as well as in a game format, they will be able to use the virtual “Body Scanner” and get useful health recommendations.

**Interactive Education Zone**

Digital technologies in Moscow schools help teachers and schoolchildren to teach and learn in a new way, and parents - to be calm for their child. In addition to electronic services - magazines, diaries, libraries - and modern gadgets - interactive panels, tablets, laptops - high-tech and pre-professional classes are actively opening in the capital's schools. They are equipped with the latest devices and technology and help students decide on their future profession. In the pavilion, for example, you can get acquainted with a unique development for studying anatomy - an interactive table "Pirogov" - an anatomical 3D atlas for the training of future doctors. useful gadgets: "smart" meters, sensors and virtual services, and every resident is an active citizen who will not pass by the problem indifferently. If modern meters automatically help save time on paying utility bills, sensors protect an apartment from the consequences of floods and burglaries, then the Our City portal is a tool for notifying the residents themselves about the problem. Somewhere a lantern lamp is broken, a large hole has appeared on the road, or a playground has been broken - you can report this through the Our City portal. Guests of the pavilion will get acquainted with the principle of its operation, with the help of a magnifying glass they will be able to independently find and fix the problem on an interactive map.

**Active Moscow Zone**

In the dark, Moscow becomes especially beautiful. Not only thanks to street lamps, but also due to the fact that architectural and artistic lighting is installed in the capital every year - it adorns more than 2,000 city buildings. The facades of the Kremlin, theaters, railway stations, the Moskva River and other cultural heritage sites are illuminated in a single color scheme. That is why the city looks incredibly attractive after sunset.

The exhibition is located in pavilion No. 461 at VDNKh. Once here, visitors enter the world of innovative developments that Moscow is already actively using or is going to introduce in the very near future. The exposition is divided into thematic zones reflecting all socially significant areas of life for Muscovites: transport, medicine, education, landscaping, etc. In each of the zones, guests of the pavilion will be able to independently manage interactive exhibits and installations.

**Intelligent Transport Zone**

The development of urban transport in Moscow leads to fundamental changes in the life of the metropolitan metropolis. in this area uses breakthrough technologies: urban mobility allows citizens to quickly build convenient routes directly on their smartphones, artificial intelligence monitors traffic and manages traffic flows, and unmanned vehicles are increasingly conquering the streets of the capital.In the Smart City pavilion, visitors will learn all the technological secrets of government metropolitan transport, make a virtual trip in an unmanned taxi, and also be able to track the situation on the roads in real time on a special interactive map, which is usually available only to specialists of the TsODD.

**Digital Medicine Zone**

Medicine in the capital is rapidly changing - becoming more modern, affordable, high-quality and comfortable not only for doctors, but also for patients. Medical records are being digitized, appointments with specialists and even the appointment itself are carried out online, ambulance doctors get access to all information about the patient’s health in advance. Moscow gives citizens a lot of opportunities to maintain their health. Guests of the pavilion will learn about all the medical services and offers of the capital, as well as in a game format, they will be able to use the virtual “Body Scanner” and get useful health recommendations.

**Interactive Education Zone**

Digital technologies in Moscow schools help teachers and schoolchildren to teach and learn in a new way, and parents - to be calm for their child. In addition to electronic services - magazines, diaries, libraries - and modern gadgets - interactive panels, tablets, laptops - high-tech and pre-professional classes are actively opening in the capital's schools. They are equipped with the latest devices and technology and help students decide on their future profession. In the pavilion, for example, you can get acquainted with a unique development for studying anatomy - an interactive table "Pirogov" - an anatomical 3D atlas for the training of future doctors. useful gadgets: "smart" meters, sensors and virtual services, and every resident is an active citizen who will not pass by the problem indifferently. If modern meters automatically help save time on paying utility bills, sensors protect an apartment from the consequences of floods and burglaries, then the Our City portal is a tool for notifying the residents themselves about the problem. Somewhere a lantern lamp is broken, a large hole has appeared on the road, or a playground has been broken - you can report this through the Our City portal. Guests of the pavilion will get acquainted with the principle of its operation, with the help of a magnifying glass they will be able to independently find and fix the problem on an interactive map.

**Active Moscow Zone**

In the dark, Moscow becomes especially beautiful. Not only thanks to street lamps, but also due to the fact that architectural and artistic lighting is installed in the capital every year - it adorns more than 2,000 city buildings. The facades of the Kremlin, theaters, railway stations, the Moskva River and other cultural heritage sites are illuminated in a single color scheme. That is why the city looks incredibly attractive after sunset.

The exhibition is located in pavilion No. 461 at VDNKh. Once here, visitors enter the world of innovative developments that Moscow is already actively using or is going to introduce in the very near future. The exposition is divided into thematic zones reflecting all socially significant areas of life for Muscovites: transport, medicine, education, landscaping, etc. In each of the zones, guests of the pavilion will be able to independently manage interactive exhibits and installations.

**Intelligent Transport Zone**

The development of urban transport in Moscow leads to fundamental changes in the life of the metropolitan metropolis. in this area uses breakthrough technologies: urban mobility allows citizens to quickly build convenient routes directly on their smartphones, artificial intelligence monitors traffic and manages traffic flows, and unmanned vehicles are increasingly conquering the streets of the capital.In the Smart City pavilion, visitors will learn all the technological secrets of government metropolitan transport, make a virtual trip in an unmanned taxi, and also be able to track the situation on the roads in real time on a special interactive map, which is usually available only to specialists of the TsODD.

**Digital Medicine Zone**

Medicine in the capital is rapidly changing - becoming more modern, affordable, high-quality and comfortable not only for doctors, but also for patients. Medical records are being digitized, appointments with specialists and even the appointment itself are carried out online, ambulance doctors get access to all information about the patient’s health in advance. Moscow gives citizens a lot of opportunities to maintain their health. Guests of the pavilion will learn about all the medical services and offers of the capital, as well as in a game format, they will be able to use the virtual “Body Scanner” and get useful health recommendations.

**Interactive Education Zone**

Digital technologies in Moscow schools help teachers and schoolchildren to teach and learn in a new way, and parents - to be calm for their child. In addition to electronic services - magazines, diaries, libraries - and modern gadgets - interactive panels, tablets, laptops - high-tech and pre-professional classes are actively opening in the capital's schools. They are equipped with the latest devices and technology and help students decide on their future profession. In the pavilion, for example, you can get acquainted with a unique development for studying anatomy - an interactive table "Pirogov" - an anatomical 3D atlas for the training of future doctors. useful gadgets: "smart" meters, sensors and virtual services, and every resident is an active citizen who will not pass by the problem indifferently. If modern meters automatically help save time on paying utility bills, sensors protect an apartment from the consequences of floods and burglaries, then the Our City portal is a tool for notifying the residents themselves about the problem. Somewhere a lantern lamp is broken, a large hole has appeared on the road, or a playground has been broken - you can report this through the Our City portal. Guests of the pavilion will get acquainted with the principle of its operation, with the help of a magnifying glass they will be able to independently find and fix the problem on an interactive map.

**Active Moscow Zone**

In the dark, Moscow becomes especially beautiful. Not only thanks to street lamps, but also due to the fact that architectural and artistic lighting is installed in the capital every year - it adorns more than 2,000 city buildings. The facades of the Kremlin, theaters, railway stations, the Moskva River and other cultural heritage sites are illuminated in a single color scheme. That is why the city looks incredibly attractive after sunset.

Adresse

119 Mira Avenue, bldg. 461

Emploi du temps

Tue—Sun 10 a.m. — 8 p.m.

Téléphone

+7 916 311-51-02

Site web

https://vdnh.ru/places/tsentr-informatsionnykh-tekhnologiy-umnyy-gorod-pavilon-461/

La Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/detskoe-mesto-umnyij-gorod-na-vdnh/

Carte

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