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28.12.2016

Peter-Service joins RAII

Peter-Service has joined the Russian Association of Industrial Internet (RAII, www.iotunion.ru) as a member.

By joining the RAII, Peter-Service commits to working together and exchanging opinions, ideas, technologies with industry leaders, researchers and international partners to facilitate the adoption of the Industrial Internet in Russia. The membership gives the company an opportunity to participate in project consortiums to launch pilot projects and get involved in developing a regulatory framework and national standards for the Industrial Internet in the country.

"Our new member is one of the major players in the Russian IT market,” commented RAII President Vitaly Nedelsky, referring to Peter-Service’s decision to join the association. “For companies that are taking a proactive approach and are looking for new ways of applying their professional knowledge and expertise, the Industrial Internet is a chance to reach a whole new level in business in the near future. I am sure that Peter-Service, as a member of the association and its expert board, will give a boost to our efforts to promote the Industrial Internet in Russia in 2017. I would like to wish a happy New Year to all of Peter-Service employees, RAII members and our colleagues!”

“The Industrial Internet is going to be a major economic development driver in Russia and the EAEU countries in the next few years,” said Vladimir Zotov, IoT/M2M product group manager at Peter-Service. “The RAII’s role is especially important as it is the only organization of this kind in Russia and one of the world’s most promising Industrial Internet associations. As a software vendor working in all sectors of the telecommunications industry, including the Internet of Things, Peter-Service is committed to making its contribution to the advancement of the new segment. By becoming an RAII member, we are aiming to join forces with our partners to form the Russian segment of the Industrial Internet and then make it one of the best in the world.”