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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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Ahead of World Water Day 2021, Sensus unveils exclusive whitepaper on “Smart Cities need Smart Water” - Reducing Non-Revenue Water with Intelligent Solutions

• Paper highlights India’s water crisis scenario, NRW cases, challenges, and implications, Govt initiatives • Outlines apparent losses, challenges faced by utilities globally • Points out how smart water tech and real-time data monitoring systems can rectify NRW loss • Sensus in talks with water utilities of states, to develop a tech-smart approach towards NRW correction

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Smarter Cities Can Solve Most Problems

Creating smart cities and towns in India can be the solution we are looking for, in terms of accelerated economic growth

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Redefining Urban India by building Safe and Smart cities

Providing technology-led security to urban India with the smart and safe City program

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Enabling Smart Cities through Cyber Security Solutions

Smart Cities are undoubtedly the future. It has brought an onset of new technology, new developments in infrastructure solutions and even enhanced the original concept of smart cities.

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An efficient public transport system transforms a city into a smart city

In the Union Budget 2021-22, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has made much-required provisions for the green mobility and public transport system. As per the budget announcements, we can see a plan to increase public buses running in many Indian cities. The cities with more than five lakh plus people will be getting more than 20,000 buses. Such cities include Union Territories, Hill cities and capitals of North East States, etc.

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Emerging need of Professionals for Smart Cities

The global rapid urbanization is evident by the rise in the number of megacities. Most of these are located in Asia and Africa. Currently, 22 out of 33 cities with a population of over 10 million are in Africa and Asia.

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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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