Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure


“Uzbekistan is committed to fostering resilient infrastructure, inclusive industry, and innovation, making these cornerstones of its development.”


Fostering Uzbekistan’s Digital Transformation: TUIT’s Knowledge Sharing Hub for ICT Development”

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Asia and the Pacific

Name of the institution responsible for carrying out the project:

National Commission of the Repubblic of Uzbekistan for UNESCO

Type of institution responsible for carrying out the project

National Commission Mailing Address of institution

C/o Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Uzbekistan

107 B, Amir Temur Street, 100084, Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan


As Uzbekistan embarks on a journey towards digital transformation, a pivotal initiative is taking shape at the Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT). This article delves into the establishment of a knowledge sharing hub at TUIT, aiming to propel the country’s digital economy and society through ICT education. Anchored in the visionary 2020-2030 strategy for Uzbekistan’s digital future, this project leverages international collaboration, bringing together IT, innovation, and commercialization experts from Korean universities. Join us as we explore the profound impact of this endeavor, set to eliminate corruption, foster economic growth, and nurture a brighter future for the nation.

Potential project partners:

Top universities of South Korea, Malaysia, Austria, France, US

Local universities in Uzbekistan

IT-Park and Commerce and industry chamber of Uzbekistan

Energy Efficient Communication and Data Flow in Smart City using CRN based IoT Framework

In an era where cities are becoming smarter and more interconnected, the focus on energy efficiency is paramount. The “Aqlli Shahar (Smart City)” project, spearheaded by a collaboration between Uzbekistan and India and overseen by Mr. Shahobiddinov A.S., aims to address this critical need. At its core, this initiative revolves around the utilization of Cognitive Radio Networks (CRN) within the Internet of Things (IoT) framework to enhance energy-efficient communication and streamline data flow in smart cities.

The research objective is clear: to develop systems that can revolutionize the way smart cities manage their energy resources and exchange vital information. CRNs, with their dynamic spectrum access capabilities, offer the potential to optimize the allocation of wireless communication resources in real-time, ensuring that energy consumption is minimized while maintaining a robust and reliable data exchange infrastructure.

This project’s impact goes beyond simple technological advancement; it promises to reshape the very foundation of how smart cities operate. By improving energy efficiency, it not only reduces operational costs but also contributes to a more sustainable and environmentally responsible urban landscape. The resulting data flow optimization means that essential information can be transmitted with minimal latency, benefiting everything from traffic management and healthcare services to environmental monitoring and security.

“Adabiy Gid”: Unveiling Uzbekistan’s Literary and Cultural Heritage Through Digital Innovation”

Uzbekistan’s journey towards holistic development as an independent nation hinges on fostering harmony between its physical and spiritual dimensions. An essential facet of this endeavor is the preservation and promotion of the country’s cultural heritage, with digitalization emerging as a top priority.

The “Adabiy Gid” project, led by Ms. Artikova M.A., is a visionary initiative aimed at creating a comprehensive resource that fully encapsulates the literary and historical legacy, cultural vibrancy, and contemporary infrastructure of Uzbekistan. This will be achieved through the development of an electronic platform and a mobile application dedicated to the literary landmarks of our homeland.

By harnessing the power of digital technology, “Adabiy Gid” seeks to not only showcase the rich literary and cultural heritage of Uzbekistan but also catalyze literary tourism. This innovative approach is poised to enhance our nation’s global recognition, attract a higher influx of tourists in the post-pandemic era, and contribute to recovering the losses incurred during the pandemic.