It is planned to develop several directions. According to the agreement between the Moscow government, ASI and VEB.RF, the first will be "Communication Technologies", which includes quantum technologies, the Internet of Things, wireless communication and industrial data processing. This is a set of solutions in manufacturing electronic components and software. Most of the solutions were supplied from abroad, but lately, the share of Russian equipment is growing due to the import substitution program and localization strategy.
The industrial partners act as "strategists" and they are the main customers for the development and production of this equipment and components.
It is planned to train 1,200 engineers of microelectronics and tool-engineering companies in communication technologies over the next three years, and the average productivity in microelectronics will increase by 10% and amount to 1.85 million rubles per capita a year. In Q1 2022 it is planned to establish skill centers in other areas: Robotics and sensorics, Artificial intelligence in industry, Additive technologies, Digital twins, New production technologies, Unmanned transport.