Kurgansky Sergey

Deputy General Director for Intelligent Transport Systems

Date and place of birthday: August 5, 1957, v. Vladislavovka, Kirovsky district, the Crimea region.
From 1964 to 1974 studied at the Vladislavovskaya public school. In 1974 entered the Kiev Higher Engineering Radiotechnical School of Air Defense Forces. In 1977 was transferred to the newly created Faculty of Engineering in Zhitomir Higher Radioelectronic School of Air Defense Forces, from that graduated in 1979 with speciality “military radioelectronics engineer”. From 1979 to 2004 served in the research institutes of Ministry of Defense. In 1987 entered and in 1992 graduated from the Faculty of Applied Mathematics,

Novosibirsk State University, with speciality of mathematics. Since 2004 work in Moscow in various companies that engage in transport industry automation.

March, 2013 – Deputy General Director for Intelligent Transport Systems, «Research Institute of Applied Telematics», Ltd.

Marital status: married, has a child

Hobby: tourism


Motor passenger and cargo transportations: What new is navigation able to give?
«Perspective directions of the GLONASS system application in intelligent transport systems in the Russian transport system»

In the application of GLONASS technologies in road transport it is possible to allocate near and far, strategic perspective. Near perspective is mainly determined by the current state of the ongoing works and directed to their most effective completion and implementation. In the long term is determined by the place of Russia in world scientific and technical process and, in particular, in the application of satellite navigation technologies. Strategic effectiveness is defined by a reasonable choice of strategic development objectives and focus maximum effort on achieving it. With respect to the subject matter as a strategic objective it is advisable to take Russia achieving world leading positions in the field of application of satellite navigation technologies. As shown in the report, this goal is achievable, provided the rational organization of research and development.