Kukanov Alexander

He was born in 1977 in Novomichurinsk of the Ryazan region. In 2002 he graduated from National Research University (MPEI), majoring in "Automated process control systems".


Alexander has more than 12 years dedicated to the telecommunications industry, having passed away from the ordinary specialist of the sales entity, CJSC TTK to the Director of work with public sector and strategic projects in the General office of LTD VimpelCom. In this position Alexander was responsible for strategy and business development in the B2G segment, as well as a number of separate strategic projects, which at a certain stage consisted of the development of M2M (Machine-to-Machine) regarding formation in the development of innovative requirements for the company products and further monetization.


Today one of the key tasks of Alexander is the formation and further implementation of an entry strategy of T-One Group into the perspective telematics markets today – first of all on the market of the Russian Federation in key segments (B2G/B2B/B2C).


Plenary Discussion: «Development of Satellite Navigation Systems. New Business Models, Navigation and Digital Technologies for the Logistics of People and Things. Autonet 2.0»
«Digitizing the Transport Industry of Russian Regions Using the Example of the Investment Project on the Modernization of the Moscow Region Navigation and Information System»
  • Today most Russian regions don't have a modern transparent tool for controlling the quality of transport works performed on public procurement at the regional or municipal level;
  • The progress reports are submitted in the form of editable documents. The integrity, completeness and reliability of the data cannot be verified and confirmed in the automatic mode;
  • The level of transport safety and work quality is critically low due to the lack of online control;
  • The upgraded RNIS of Moscow Region is an analytic tool for assessing the performance in the field of passenger transportation, housing and communal services, road services, etc.;
  • The upgraded RNIS of Moscow Region secures the utmost transparency of processes both at the enterprise level and in interaction with an organizer/customer of works;
  • We are projecting a 40 per cent reduction in the number of breaches of public contracts and a 10 per cent improvement of passenger transport use efficiency by 2019, and by 2021 - a 30 per cent improvement.