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Electric Vehicles: The ride of sustainability for smart cities

The biggest reason for EVs to be popular is that it had a positive impact on the environment and contributes to a healthier planet. It is also the reason by EVs have been pegged as one of the major pillars of urbanization in smart cities. They revolutionize transport and fulfill every travel need within a city. Because transport in a city is important to mobilize citizens and facilitate progress EVs become essential and effective in playing several beneficial roles.

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Rajasthan secured the second position in Smart City Ratings.

Udaipur, Kota, Ajmer, and Jaipur have secured the 8th, 11th, 29th and 36th rank among the 100 smart cities of the country.

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Smart City Mission, MeitY, and IIT Hyderabad together launches Start-Up Challange

The Smart City Startup Challenge is a month-long program that will enable selected startups to pitch their innovations to MNCs, working in the smart city domain. Also, an equity-free grant of Rs 10 lakh will be given to the winner, besides they be featured in a smart city innovation listing, that is shared with all smart city CEOs.

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Top trends for Smart Cities in 2021

The increasing technological knowledge of consumers and the availability of real-time data will accelerate the process to a large extent. Sectors such as healthcare, public sector, and utilities, transport are set to be revolutionized with equal stress on security systems to ensure a safe environment alongside a seamless one.

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Bhagalpur: Improvising Smart City with Inclusive Citizen-Centricity

Bhagalpur is a centre of health services for various adjoining smaller cities and villages. The attendant of patients does not get facilities to stay at an affordable price. With our commitment to do the customer-centric project we are developing a 100 bedded night center for the attendant of the patient. Says Sunil Kumar, CEO, Bhagalpur Smart City Limited in conversation with Poulami Chakraborty of BW SmartCities. Excerpts below:

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Future and importance of Cloud Solutions for Smart Cities in India

As an individual our daily activities like Personal E-mailing, Facebook, Google, and many other applications are enabled through cloud. Our work environments have been slowly migrating to Cloud over years now.

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Command and Control Rooms Turn War Rooms Digital Responses to the Pandemic City

As the world reimagines new ways of working, interacting, schooling, shopping and entertainment with the help of digital technologies; the Integrated Command and Control Centers (ICCCs) have already turned into War Rooms fighting the challenges posed by the pandemic city. Writes Sameer Unhale, Municipal Corporation, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation.

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Trichy Corporation resumes Smart City Project operations

The work at Trichy’s Puthur fish market was stalled for over 70 days and with the labour crisis looming large the Trichy Corporation plans to extend the project deadline

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ICCCs set-up for Smart Cities are utilized tackling COVID crisis

The Integrated Command and Control Centres(ICCC) in around 50 cities have been helping the administration cater to the needs of healthcare and logistics.

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COVID 19 Lockdown: Smart City work worth INR 1 lakh crore stalled

Smart city projects worth approx Rs 1 lakh crore have been stopped due to the lockdown, rendering tens of thousands of workers jobless and causing large-scale damage of building materials, which could significantly escalate project costs.

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