In one of the parks of Singapore have taken up the service a special robotic dog. It monitors the visitors as they observe from a distance and asks them not to approach each other. The device is equipped with a special camera system. And when the visitors becomes very much something to help him drones. Even before the quarantine in certain areas of the city used unmanned shuttles that transport people. These “buses” focused only on the requests of citizens, maximally optimizing and shortening the route, in contrast to conventional transport. Milan, Brussels and Paris using robotic delivery service who will be able to unload the movement and release from work of couriers.

Eldar Murtazin, analyst with Mobile Research Group I am sure that a pandemic will bring a new level of contactless methods of control “smart city”: “the elevators will increasingly be applied to voice control, he predicts. We less going to touch the different surfaces.”

the Boom in technology the social monitoring that countries began to introduce during the epidemic, after it will decline. “The analysis of big data, which is now used by Apple, Google, mobile operators, you will not find wide application,” he adds.

Earlier, the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin noted that the period of the mode of self-preservation will give a powerful impetus to the development of the electronic services after a quick introduction of the country remote work and study, as well as increase the capacity of the public services portal, and other multimedia resources, including non-state.

Dmitry Ryabinin, head believes that technology is the social monitoring will be reflected in the development of “smart cities”: “Privacy in the new environment will become a luxury, and the data – item. The growing level of collection, processing and Analytics of data will inevitably lead to the development of tracking mechanisms for people in the “smart cities”. The first experiments of emergency monitoring during a pandemic showed tremendous potential.”

In his opinion, this trend will lead to the degradation of privacy as currently understood in the coming years. “The more sophisticated become of the city, so they will be “transparent”: due to the monitoring systems the number of crimes will decrease and will be much easier to counter such events, which occur, for example, now in the United States.”