14.12.2017
Rostec will create a Situation Center for contingency management

Rostec creates a Situation Center that will monitor, control and coordinate the security of facilities and eliminate the consequences of contingencies at all the facilities of the Corporation on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Rostec will create a Situation Center for contingency management

Within the framework of the business mission "Russia-Singapore" between Rostec and Singapore Company AETOS, agreements were reached on the exchange of resources in the creation of the Situation Center.

The main function of the center is to prepare and support the adoption of managerial decisions on the basis of detailed monitoring and forecasting of possible scenarios for the development of emergency situations at Rostec's facilities. The Situation Center will generalize and analyze information from all possible sources, including the management structures of holdings and enterprises. Such an approach will significantly improve the efficiency of management of the Corporation.

"The modern Situation Center will become an integral part of the innovative infrastructure of the State Corporation, which will provide around the clock security of people and facilities, as well as guarantee immediate response in emergency situations. Cooperation with Singaporean partners, recognized leaders in the field of integrated security systems, will become a catalyst for the development of such technologies in Russia, "said Deputy Director General of the State Corporation Rostec Nikolay Volobuev.

The document signed by AETOS and Rostec in the person of the subsidiary company Siber will ensure the synergy of the potential of Rostec enterprises manufacturing high-tech products in the relevant areas and the AETOS competences in the field of digitalization of security management, countering a wide range of threats and supporting decision-making in emergency response.

The full-featured Situation Center will be located on the territory of the innovative Rostek-City complex, which will be built on the site of the former Tushino airfield.

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