Born May 12, 1957 in Samara region.
In 1979 graduated with honors from the Military Academy named after FE Dzerzhinsky on a specialty “Electronic computing machinery”.
In 2001 ended courses of retraining of the Moscow academy of the public and municipal administration of the Russian academy of public service at the President of the Russian Federation on a specialty “State and municipal management”.
In 2006 successfully defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of technical sciences in the field of automated control systems.
Scientific activity — since 1988, the author more than 70 scientific works.
In 1979-2008 — Service in the Armed Forces, including in research organizations.
In 2008-2011 — Head of Laboratory, the Deputy chief of division of the State research institute of aviation systems (GosNIIAS).
In 2011-2013 — Deputy (for Science) of director of Service of development of products and services of “M2M telematics” group.
From March 2013 — Deputy (for Science ) of General Director of the NII of Applied Telematics (included in SpaceTeam® holding).
Has two sons. Hobby: football.
The development of highly efficient technologies based on GLONASS and intelligent transport systems is one of the main areas of competitiveness, accessibility and quality of transportation. This is defined in the Transport Strategy of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2030.
In the transport industry it is provided by the introduction of navigation systems based on GLONASS and electronic document technologies. An important element in the integration of automated systems is the development of a national platform of intelligent transport systems.
In the road maintenance sector a high level of intensity of transport flows ensured by the creation of intelligent transport systems on the federal roads.
Ensuring the reliability, availability, speed parameters and the quality of road transport depends on the technical condition and throughput of the artificial constructions of highways.
Development of information, telecommunication and navigation technologies provide the urgency of creation the automated monitoring systems of artificial structures.
An important condition for the successful establishment and development of such systems is to create a complex of normative and methodological documents