Uzbekistan and the German company Siemens have signed a number of documents for the implementation of joint projects.
The parties intend to cooperate in the implementation of the «Safe City» concept. The relevant memorandum was signed between Siemens company and the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications of Uzbekistan. Partners will consider the possibility of implementing integrated solutions for fire safety, evacuation systems at urban infrastructure and transport facilities. It also refers to the use of Smart Grid technologies in the modernization of electrical networks.
Technical re-equipment and expansion of production also concerns the agreement signed with Uzneftegazmash JSC. According to the document, the partners will continue to develop the «Service Center UNGM-DR» JV. It is planned to expand the scope of the services provided and to upgrade the skills of the company's employees. At present, the joint venture is engaged in the repair and diagnostics of equipment for the oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical industries of Uzbekistan. In the future, the production site will be able to become a service center for servicing Siemens' dynamic equipment, which is operated in the country.
Another document was signed between the Ministry of Health of the Republic and the «Siemens Healthcare» company. The parties intend to develop cooperation between the two countries in the field of medicine, science and equipping medical institutions. In particular, we are talking about the organization of a joint clinic in the field of oncology, cardiosurgery, neurosurgery and traumatology in the republic.
«Having extensive experience in innovation and digitalization, we are striving to strengthen cooperation with Uzbekistan and to promote further modernization of industry, urban infrastructure, energy and public health. For example, operating systems for the Internet of things play a significant role in ensuring urban safety and improving the suitability of cities for life, as well as their sustainable development,» said Roland Busch, board member of Siemens AG.