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23rd January 2019 – The SmartAqkol project has entirely digitised all consumer and public services in Aqkol, making the small city 100 kilometres north of Astana Kazakhstan’s first smart city. Aqkol, formerly known as Alexeyevka, used to be a small provincial town with a population of just over 13,000 people. In just six months, it has been transformed into a modern, safe, comfortable city. Head of Tengri Lab Alimzhan Yessetov presented the progress on SmartAqkol to Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev on 18th January. According to Yessetov, the SmartAqkol project covers almost all vital areas that can be monitored and analysed. In addition to public order, road and fire safety regulations, the new city system also monitors ecology, public services, and assessments of children at school, all in one situational centre.

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