ECOLOGY


Original Paper

UDC 662.66+504.3 A.O. Rada, A.D. Kuznetsov, O.I. Nikitina, A.A.Komarova, 2022

ISSN 0041-5790 (Print) ISSN 2412-8333 (Online) Ugol Russian Coal Journal, 2022, S12, pp. 142-148

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18796/0041-5790-2022-S12-142-148

Title

CADASTRAL SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL WASTE MANAGEMENT OF THE FUEL AND ENERGY COMPLEX IN THE REGIONS OF RUSSIA

Authors

Rada A.O.1, Kuznetsov A.D.1, Nikitina O.I.1, Komarova A.A. 1

1 Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo, 650000, Russian Federation

Authors Information

Rada A.O., PhD (Economic), Director of Institute of Digitalization, e-mail: rada.ao@kemsu.ru

Kuznetsov A.D., Director of the Center for Computer Engineering of Institute of Digitalization, email: adkuz@inbox.ru

Nikitina O.I., Head of the Analytics Department of Institute of Digitalization, o.nikitina@i-digit.ru

Komarova A.A., Head of the Cadastral Works Department of Institute of Digitalization, a.komarova@i-digit.ru

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to assess the current level and quality of cadastral support for waste management in the fuel and energy complex (FEC) in Russia and its regions. The efficiency of waste management is critically dependent on the quality of cadastral software. Research methodology analysis of data on software purchases using standard methods of descriptive statistics and time series analysis. The study found that only a minority of Russian regions use professional software. Purchases are one-time, random, there are no pronounced trends. The market for cadastral waste management software is highly monopolized. The factors influencing the decision-making on the purchase of specialized software products are analyzed. It is shown that they are not affected by either the financial and economic capabilities of the regions or the volume of generated waste. Decisions are made based on subjective factors. A recommendation has been proposed on the mandatory digitalization of cadasters in regions with large volumes of waste generated during the operation of the fuel and energy complex.

Keywords

Coal industry, DIgital management, Integrated scientific and technical programs of the full innovation cycle, Cadaster, Waste, Software, Public procurement, region.

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Acknowledgements

The work was performed under agreement No. 075-15-2022-1195 dated September 30, 2022, concluded between the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education Kemerovo State University.

For citation

Rada A.O., Kuznetsov A.D., Nikitina O.I., Komarova A.A. Cadastral support for digital waste management of the fuel and energy complex in the regions of Russia. Ugol, 2022, (S12), pp. 142-148. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.18796/0041-5790-2022-S12-142-148.

Paper info

Received November 1, 2022

Reviewed November 15, 2022

Accepted November 30, 2022