We hold the conviction that collaboration among dedicated and visionary individuals can lead to extraordinary outcomes. Our commitment is to integrity and taking principled actions. By questioning the status quo, we aim to catalyze substantial, beneficial change for our partners, our sector, and the wider world. Our team’s varied expertise and viewpoints converge in a shared, relentless pursuit to expand the horizons of what can be achieved.

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Measuring the impact and progress of SDG’s

The North-East Asian Multistakeholder Forum on Sustainable Development Goals 2019 was held on 15-16 October 2019 in Vladivostok, Russian Federation, co-organized by ESCAP, the Government of the Russian Federation and Far Eastern Federal University. The Forum brought together stakeholders from the Governments of East and North-East Asia, academia, international community and civil society, to share experiences and challenges in implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and to provide subregional inputs for the regional and global forums in 2020. Our Chairman, Mr. Jargalsaikhan, delivered a presentation on our organization’s efforts and achievements in promoting SDG in the subregion, highlighting our innovative projects, partnerships and impact. He also participated in the panel discussion on ensuring equality and participation in accelerating the SDGs, and exchanged views and best practices with other experts and representatives. We are proud to be part of this important forum and to contribute to the SDG progress in North-East Asia.

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INCOSE-TUS Smart City Framework

The INCOSE-TUS Smart City Framework is one of our pioneering projects, co-authored by our Chairman and our esteemed colleagues at TUSSolution /subsidiary/ since 2021. This smart city framework has become an official technical product of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), and is available on their website. This framework differs from other smart city standards or frameworks that focus on specific aspects or domains of smart cities. Instead, the INCOSE Smart Cities Working Group provides a holistic and systemic approach that integrates the various elements of a smart city into a coherent whole. It uses the Human Fundamental Needs Framework developed by Dr. Manfred Max Neef as a basis, and is designed in a way where the citizens’ fundamental needs serve as the main commonly shared goal of the smart city.

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