Contribution to digitization

In 1957, Design Bureau No. 11 (KB-11, now the National Research Institute of Experimental Physics in Sarov) put into operation its first computer, Strela ('Arrow'). It helped to solve nuclear physics problems, including those related to NPP design, much faster than before.
1957

Digitization of the economy and everyday life is a key modern trend. ROSATOM leverages its extensive experience in responding to major technological challenges to develop efficient innovative solutions that will usher in the digital world of the future.

State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom is implementing the Uniform Digital Strategy, which is focused on supporting the digitization of the Russian economy, developing the ROSATOM's own digital products and putting them on the market, and improving internal business processes.

In 2019, ROSATOM became a competence centre under the Digital Technology Federal Project, which forms part of the Digital Economy National Programme. Seven road maps for developing end-to-end digital technologies in Russia were prepared and approved, with ROSATOM as a responsible contractor.

ROSATOM IS DEVELOPING EFFICIENT INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS THAT WILL USHER IN THE DIGITAL WORLD OF THE FUTURE

Under an agreement with the Russian Government, ROSATOM launched a large-scale project to create a Russian-designed 100-qubit quantum computer by 2024. Quantum computers will be able to perform those tasks that are currently impossible, including in the sphere of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and the modelling of new materials.

By the end of 2019, ROSATOM put five digital products on the market: modules forming part of the Logos software suite (Logos Aero-Hydro and Logos Thermo), the Volna (‘Wave’) programming and computing system, the Kalininsky Data Centre and the Technical Documentation E-Shop. Leading Russian industrial, energy, and oil and gas companies became the first customers for these products. ROSATOM’s register of digital products includes a total of 149 projects.



Key Results in 2019
Key Results in 2018