The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation is considering the possibility of creation a unified information system for the industries of the Caspian countries. Igor Lyashkov, Deputy Director of the Khimvest Scientific and Technical Center of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, told to ORIENT.
“The potential of the Caspian region is not completely exposed. Russia has something to offer for the implementation of high-tech innovative projects. First of all, these are projects on modernization of chemical enterprises in the region,” he said.
Today, via mobile device, a manager can track the technological process at the plant, as well as can contact the personnel working at the enterprise.
“There is a state industry information system in our country has. Now we are working on creation of a separate information base for the chemical industry, where all enterprises are registered. It contains the necessary data about the enterprise, the volume of production and export volume, and also shows the dynamics of its development,” Igor Lyashkov note.
In this regard, it is proposed to connect the Caspian states to the system in order to create a unified information network of the region, which will show the industrial indicators of five countries.
– Let us assume, it is profitable to buy raw materials not in Turkey, for example, but in Turkmenistan. This system can provide me with all necessary information, including its cost, transportation charges etc.
This initiative is also in demand for Turkmenistan in the context of digitization of all sectors of the economy, which helps to accelerate the interaction of economic entities – organizations, companies and people – by reducing the time between decision making and completing a task.