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Augmenting Smart City Trivandrum with Tourism

“Kerala government earned significant revenue of Rs 36,000 crores from the tourism market, which is roughly around 10 to 11 percent of the state GDP and it is already employing about 1.5 million people of the state. The best thing about tourism is that it is a definite employment provider to the state economy and for the local people, and cannot be replaced by machines. In that context, Kerala which is primarily known for eco-friendliness and nature conservation, tourism is the perfect industry that thrives here in prosperity", asserted an optimistic P Balakiran, CEO Smart City Trivandrum Limited and Director Kerala Tourism in interaction with Poulami Chakraborty of BW SmartCitiesWorld. Excerpts below:

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India joins the global alliance on the responsible use of Smart City Technology

The G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance on Technology Governance will create global norms and policy standards for the use of connected devices in public spaces, a WEF release said.

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