As noted in the directorate of the NSR, the platform will be designed to serve up to 1.5 thousand users
The State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom has completed the development of the concept and has begun to create the Unified Platform for Digital Services on the Northern Sea Route (UPDS NSR). This was reported to TASS on Wednesday by the directorate of the Northern Sea Route of Rosatom, noting that the platform will be created and implemented by the second quarter of 2025.
“The concept provided the basis for the technical requirement for the development of the EPDS NSR. The design of the first stage of the platform has begun. The Rosatom State Corporation should implement the entire project by the second quarter of 2025," said Maxim Kulinko, deputy director of the directorate of the Northern Sea Route of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom.
The concept provides for the integration of various digital products and databases created to ensure the safety of navigation and dispatching of the fleet in the water area of the Northern Sea Route. As noted in the directorate of the NSR, the platform will be designed to serve up to 1.5 thousand unique users. They will be provided with 27 digital services, allocated in nine blocks in the areas of safety of navigation; shipping management; navigation and hydrographic support; hydrometeorological support and ice conditions; analytical information on safety, efficiency of functioning and development of the NSR; infrastructure management of the NSR; information support of cargo transportation; register of services and services in the water area of the NSR; environmental monitoring of the NSR water area. For the convenience of users, it is planned to implement a single window function.
The creation of the EPDS NSR is stipulated in the unified action plan for the implementation of the foundations of the state policy of the Russian Federation in the Arctic for the period until 2035 and the strategy for the development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation and ensuring national security for the period until 2035.