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  • OM Pan City Solutions
    OM: Implementation of PAN City Smart Solutions., 2018.

    This is in continuation of Advisory No. 2 issued on 30th June 2016 for "Preparing DPR/RFP for Pan City Smart Solution", Advisory No.7 dated 27th February, 2017 on "Role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Development of Smart Infrastructure", Office Memorandum No. K-15016/61/...

  • Common Payment Card System (CPCS) – Ahmedabad
    Common Card Payment System (CCPS): Ahmedabad In A step towards green travel. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is the prime governing body responsible for the civic infrastructure and administration of the city of Ahmedabad. AMC has formed a separate Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) Smart City Ahmedabad Development Limited (SCADL) for the implementation of various ICT...

  • Introduction to Urban Geo-Informatics

    Where does geographical data come from?
    How do we monitor our environment?
    How do we navigate with our phones?
    What is happening beneath our feet?

    These are just some of the questions that crop up every so often as we wander...

  • Smart City Proposal Silvassa
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    Silvassa Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Silvassa. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    ‘Silvassa - A vibrant growth centre that offers an optimal balance between industrial prosperity and quality of life, while promoting its rich tribal heritage.’ By leveraging its strategically located industrial zone, dense city core, iconic riverfront and rich tribal legacy as key strengths,...

  • SCP Erode
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    SCP Erode_Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Erode. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    CITY VISION To transform Erode in to a model eco-friendly city with liveability and sustainability as the main pillars of growth using it's intrinsic strength of being a business destination for Agro based and Textiles Industrial hub.

  • SCP Diu
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    SCP Annexure DIU
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Diu. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    The strategic focus and blueprint for the Smart City Proposal is built on these 3 focus areasnamely, the TOURSIM INDUSTRY (economy), THE LOCAL COMMUNITY (society), & THE NATURAL ECOLOGY (environment)

  • SCP Biharsharif
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    SCP Annexure Biharshariff
    Corporation, Biharshariff Municipal. Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal BiharShariff. Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    Collective Vision emerged from Citizens of Bihar Sharif - “By 2027, Biharsharif aspires to become leading processing and trading hub of agro-based products; and one of the most liveable cities in the state, taking pride in nurturing its natural and cultural heritage”

  • SCP Bareilly
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    SCP Bareilly Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Bareilly. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    The vision for Bareilly Smart City is evolved on the basis of reconnaissance survey of city, citizen’s suggestions & discussion with public representatives, civil society organizations and the bureaucrats keeping in mind the aspirations of all the interested parties and holistic development...

  • SCP_Itanagar
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Itanagar. Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    Itanagar aspires to be the most livable and economically vibrant city in the North East. It envisages to promote high quality of living and happiness to its citizen and visitors by providing modern infrastructure and smart governance to everyone using technology. The strategic blueprint thereby...

  • SCP Moradabad
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    Annexure Moradabad
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Moradabad. Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    City vision and goals emerge from city profile, SWOT analysis, citizen aspirations, expert consultations and different representatives of industries and society. VISION - Transform “Peetal Nagri” into a sustainable growth center and livable city. Sustainable Growth Center: Moradabad, popularly...

  • SCP Saharnpur
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    SCP_ Saharnpur_Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Saharanpur. Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    VISION – “Saharanpur envisions to improve quality of life and leverage economies of Wooden Handicraft & Agro Industries”. The vision statement emerged from an extensive engagement with citizens, representatives of various public groups such as Senior Citizens' Association, women's...

  • Pune Corporate Collaboration
    The Lighthouses of Pune: Enabling Sustainable Livelihood for Youth. Enabling Sustainable Livelihood for Youth, 2018.

    Pune City Connect (PCC) is a Section 8 non-profit company. It is an industry led platform and aims to leverage the individual efforts and innovative spirit of Pune’s corporates, citizens and local government to catalyze the transformation of the city into the most livable city inIndia. Industry...

  • Pune Smart City brochure
    Reimagining Pune. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This brochure is  gives a overview of the initiatives that are planned to be undertaken in Pune under the Smart Cities Mission.

  • Smart Mobility
    Smart Mobility. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This Brochure gives a brief account of the smart initiatives that the city of Pune is undertaking under the Smart Cities Mission under transport sector. Some of thenm include introduction of Smart Cards, promotion to electric vehicles, Command and control centre for transport management.

  • PMC waste
    Wealth From Waste. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This Brochure gives an overview of the waste management initiatives of Pune.

  • Pune SCM
    Smart Cities Mission: Pune, Projects For Launch. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    This brochure is gives an overvies of the projects planned under Smart Cities Mission in Pune.

  • Blockchain and Smart Cities
    FICCI, and PwC India. Blockchain: The next innovation to make our cities smarter. PwC India, 2018.

    To realize the objectives of SCM, cities are being planned in a way that fosters clean environment, nestles smart infrastructure and facilitates accessibility for the vulnerable groups. Additionally, adopting new technologies remain central to the implementation of this key initiative as it...

  • Vol 1_Instruction to Bidders
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    Vol 2_Scope of Work
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    Vol 3_Service Agreeent
    First Draft for Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator for Implementation of [City] Smart City Solutions., 2018.

    This is a First Draft Document that can be used by cities by customizing the douments based on their requirements.

    The intent of this RFP is to invite bids from the Bidders for implementation of an integrated solution for the Authority.

    The Request for Proposal (...

  • First Draft_Smart Roads
    First Draft Document for Smart Roads - Urban Revitalization and Junction Improvement ., 2018.

    This is a First Draft Document for Smart Roads that can be used by cities by customizing the douments based on their requirements.

  • Model RFP for Solar Rooftop
    First Draft for Request for Selection of Bidder for Implementation of Grid Connected Roof Top Solar PV System on Government Buildings in <> under the Smart Cities Mission.., 2018.

    This is a First Draft Document that can be used by cities by customizing the douments based on their requirements for Selection of Bidder for Implementation of Grid Connected Roof Top Solar PV System on Government Buildings.

  • CC inaugration
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    Project Note
    Command Control Center, Ahmedabad., 2018.

    Command Control Center, Ahmedabad was inaugurated on 23rd Feb 2018. Hon'ble Chief Minister VijayBhai Rupani Ji inaugurated the building. It is one of the best command Centres across the nation. This presentation gives some key features of its operation. 

  • Wifi in Ahmedabad
    Launch of Janmitra Free Public Wi-Fi for the citizens of Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    SCADL has made connectivity in Ahmedabad seamless by launching its free public Wi-Fi service on 5th March 2018, under the smart cities mission.

  • Safe Ahmedabad Project
    Safe and Secure Ahmedabad Project. Smart City Ahmedabad Development Limited, 2018.

    Smart City Ahmedabad Development Limited with its Safe and secure Ahmedabad (SASA) project aims to open a new frontier in serving the citizens. This project aims to improve the living standard of citizens by using cutting edge technologies like IOT sensors, smart LED display boards, free Wi-Fi...

  • Smart Solutions Ahmedabad
    Ahmedabad ITMS- AFCS & CCPS. Smart City Ahmedabad Development Limited, 2018.

    The project was featured in World Economic Forum Report for Data Driven Cities as one of the most innovative projects across the globe. This presentation gives an overview of the smart solutions incorporated in the city.

  • Ahmedabad Smart City
    Ahmedabad Smart City Project. Smart City Ahmedabad Development Limited, 2018.

    The presenatation detaiils Ahmedabad Smart City Projects.

  • Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation
    SCADA -Water management & treatment Project by Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation is responsible for catering to the domestic and commercial water demand of the city. Sabarmati river and Narmada canal are the two main sources of water for the city. AMC currently operate 3 major Water Treatment Plants namely Kotarpur, Raska, jaspur. Currently...

  • Big Data resilience
    Big Data for Resilience Storybook. International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), 2018.

    Aimed at an audience of resilience and development practitioners, the Storybook offers diverse experiences and practice-based recommendations to leverage Big Data’s potential and address its risks as part of efforts to build resilience. The Storybook is a collaborative initiative that features...

  • Compendium of Good Practices for Promoting Startups in India

    Startup India is a flagship initiative of the Government of India, intended to build a strong eco-system for nurturing innovation and Startups in the country that will drive sustainable economic growth and generate large scale employment opportunities. The Government through this initiative aims...

  • National Digital Communication Policy
    National Digital Communications Policy 2018., 2018.

    The job of a national policy on digital communications is to prepare the country and its citizens for the future. Achieving these goals would require that the key stakeholders – namely the Centre, the States, local governments, Telecom Service Providers, Internet Service Providers, handset and...

  • Smart leaning: Ahmedabad
    Smart Learning program: Ahmedabad., 2018.

    This presenatation enlists the objectives of Smart learning as seen by Ahmedabad and enlistses the initiatives that have been undertaken to achieve the same. Followed be a brief mention of the impact of these changes.

    The Objective identified are

    • To concrete the concepts of...

  • Digital Strategy Pune
    Rebooting Pune: City Digital Strategy 2018-2020. Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    The Digital Age provides newer opportunities to the Governments to serve citizens more effectively. Growing use of emerging digital technologies such as loTs, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, etc. also allows governments to understand citizen needs proactively and...

  • Pune Direct Benefit transfer
    PMC Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT). Pune Municipal Corporation, 2018.

    Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has introduced PMC Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) and Services portal with an objective to disburse benefits, subsidies or services to the intended beneficiaries. The schemes of various departments under PMC have been on-boarded on DBT Services Portal. The...

  • Byjus Case Study
    Casanova, Ann Marie. Case study - Cultivating a love of learning in K-12 : BYJU’s : how a learning app is promoting deep conceptual understanding that is improving educational outcomes in India. The World Bank Group, 2018.

    Quality learning is important to prepare students to succeed in the jobs of tomorrow. Yet across the world, a Learning crisis is unfolding. Globally, enrollment gaps between high and low-income countries have narrowed significantly in basic and secondary education. But the World Bank’s 2018...

  • Smarticipate
    How to develop a new Public Service. Smarticipate, 2018.

    The manual ‘How to develop a new public service’ describes smarticipate’s co-creation strategy and reflects the results of the second round of Smartathons. But there is more. During the Smartathons citizens, entrepreneurs and NGO’s demanded to have access to the smarticipate platform. The big...

  • Smart Cities Digital Solution
    Woetzel, Jonathan, Jaana Remes, Brodie Boland, DC Katrina, Suveer Sinha, Gernot Strube, John Means, Jonathan Law, Andrés Cadena, and Valerie von der Tann. Smart Cities: Digital Solutions For A More Livable Future. McKinsey & Company, 2018.

    Cities are home to more than half of the world’s population, and they are expected to add another 2.5 billion new residents by 2050. They face increasing environmental pressures and infrastructure needs—and growing demands from residents to deliver a better quality of life and to do so at a...

  • National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence
    Discussion Paper on National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence. New Delhi, India: NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2018.

    This strategy document is premised on the proposition that India, given its strengths and characteristics, has the potential to position itself among leaders on the global AI map – with a unique brand of #AIforAll. The approach in this paper focuses on how India can leverage the transformative...

  • ICT framework for Smart Cities
    Pre Standardisation Study Report: Unified, Secure and Resilient ICT framework for Smart Infrastructure. Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), 2018.

    BIS has taken the initiative for identifying standardization need with respect to India specific requirement for Unified, Secure & Resilient ICT Backbone for Smart Cities. For this purpose, the first phase of this work has been released in the form of pre-standardization report. The report...

  • Smart City Proposal
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    Annexures
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Kavaratti., 2018.

    Kavaratti is an Eco friendly -city co-existing in harmony with nature for nurturing a resilient, clean, green, and healthy environment. Kavaratti is special in its geographical location (strategic location) natural beauty, the lagoon surrounding the island with the beautiful Coral biodiversity...

  • SCP_Shillong
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    Annexures
    Smart City Challenge Round 4: Smart City Proposal Shillong., 2018.

    Shillong aspires to be the centre of cultural and economic vibrancy, which Meghalaya people proudly identify. The vision for the city would therefore be “to transform Shillong into a cultural and economic hub in Meghalaya with a focus on tourism and culture and to make it a livable, clean, green...

  • Urban Solutions
    Urban Solutions Issue 13: Innovation and Collaboration. Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore, 2018.

    How can governments, corporations and communities harness the power of innovation to co-create solutions that address pressing urban issues?

    In conjunction with the 6th World Cities Summit taking place in Singapore from 8 to 12 July, Urban Solutions explores how innovation and...

  • Use of Technology
    Balakrishnan, Dr Vivian. Technology and the City: Foundation for a Smart Nation. Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore, 2018.

    Lacking land and natural resources, the Singapore government has consistently turned to information and communications technologies (ICT) and innovation to transform Singapore into a highly liveable city. Starting with early computerisation efforts in the 1960s, the government launched a...

  • Smart Class: Smart City Jabalpur

    This video on Smart Class in Jabalpur, gives a glimpse of the jubiliation experienced by the youth of the city. It enlists the benefits of use of ICT in Schools, how this brings a feeling of being in a small connected world. This change has brought thrill in learning and has even given a boost...

  • RFID | Smart City | Jabalpur | Swachh Bharat Mission |

    This video demonstrates how use of RFID technology is helping in adressing Solid waste Management in Jabalpur. The entire process, players  technology involved and their interplay is demonstrated.

    The RFID chip has been installed in all houses, schools, government offices and other...

  • Vadodara
    Public Wi-Fi and Intelligent Poles. Vadodara Smart City Development Ltd (VSCDL), 2018.

    The Public Wi-Fi and iPoles project aims at providing Wi-Fi Internet services across the city on entirely PPP model, for the first time in India under Smart City and help to achieve Digital India.

     

  • Pune Smart City

    This video gives an overview of the Smart City initiatives Pune has undertaken since its journey from being recognised as second in Smart Cities Challenge. Advancements in all sectors like transport, energy, governance etc. primarily with the help of technology find mention. Other initiatives in...

  • Growing Smarter : Learning and Equitable Development in East Asia and Pacific. World Bank Group, 2018.

    More children are going to school, staying in school for longer, and learning than ever before in East Asia and Pacific (EAP). During the past 50 years, a group of countries in EAP have successfully transformed their economies by investing in the continuous upgrading of knowledge, skills, and...

  • Framework for GIS
    Integrated Geospatial Information Framework In A Strategic Guide to Develop and Strengthen National Geospatial Information Management. World Bank Group, 2018.

    The UN Statistics Division and World Bank have launched a framework titled, ‘Integrated Geospatial Information Framework,’ that seeks to guide governments in their efforts to manage geospatial information. The framework reviews benefits and principles for geospatial information management and...

  • Smart Cities
    McKinsey & Company. Smart Cities: Digital Solutions For A More Livable Future. McKinsey & Company, 2018.

    As cities get smarter, they are becoming more livable and more responsive—and today we are seeing only a preview of what technology could eventually do in the urban environment.

    After a decade of trial and error, municipal leaders are realizing that smart-city strategies start with people...

  • Moonshot Report
    Moon Shots & Puddle Jumps - Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 2018.

    In ‘Moon Shots & Puddle Jumps – Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals’, UNDP Innovation Facility shares case studies from over 25 countries of how innovation can make development more impactful.

    The 2017-2018 Innovation report takes the reader through the innovation journey...

  • Bold Philanthropy
    , , and Donald Yeh. Bold Philanthropy in India. The Bridgespan Group, 2018.

    In 2014, Kris Gopalakrishnan, the executive vice chairman of Infosys, made the largest private investment in neurological research in India’s history, when he established the...

  • OM - SCDPA
    OM: Short-listing of Smart Cities at Stage I of the Smart Cities Digital payments Awards 2018. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India, 2018.

    Smart Cities Digital Payment Awards 2018 (SCDPA 2018) was conveyed. The objective of SCOPA 2018 is to guide, motivate, recognize and reward Smart Cities for promoting digital payments and for carrying out innovative payment initiatives in their cities.

    The selection of cities for SCDPA...

  • Blockchain
    Building Block(chain)s for a Better Planet. World Economic Forum, 2018.

    There has been a lot of hype about blockchain technology – in particular, its potential to transform how humans transact, which could fundamentally redefine how business, governments and society operate. Despite this hype, it is still a nascent technology with considerable challenges that need...

  • The New Physics of Financial Services – How artificial intelligence is transforming the financial ecosystem

    Artificial intelligence is fundamentally changing the physics of financial services. It is weakening the bonds that have held together the component parts of incumbent financial institutions, opening the door to entirely new operating models and ushering in a new set of competitive dynamics that...

  • Technology in water
    Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution for Water. World Economic Forum, 2018.

    As part of the Harnessing the Fourth Industrial Revolution for the Earth series, this paper explores the opportunity for advanced technology to help address global water and sanitation challenges

  • Draft Electronics Policy
    Draft National Policy on Electronics 2018 (NPE 2018). New Delhi, India: Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, 2018.

    Electronics Industry is the world's largest and fastest growing Industry and is increasingly finding applications in all sectors of the economy. The Government attaches high priority to electronics hardware manufacturing and it is one of the important pillars of both "Make in India" and "Digital...

  • Big Data and IoT
    Gorli, Ravi. Big Data- fitting in the shoes of Internet of Things. International Journal of Computer Science Trends and Technology (IJCST) , 2018.

    Big data, concept denotes data which is huge due to increase in volume, variety from different sources. Considering a general example of Facebook and Twitter where data arises from chats, status, pictures, likes and tweets. For every second there is increase in users along with the data. It has...

  • Integrated Transport-Mobility Administration Centre
    Surat Smart City Development Limited. Integrated Transport-Mobility Administration Centre: Surat., 2018.

    Surat Municipal Corporation introduced SMAC Center is envisaged as an administrative control center for the city of Surat for effective and efficient delivery of all civic services. SMART City Center will operate in four layers. This centre will collect functioning information of all the...

  •  ITMS (Intelligent Transit Management System)
    ITMS (Intelligent Transit Management System): Surat., 2018.

    Surat is implementing a city wide integrated system – “Intelligent Transit Management System” (ITMS), to manage diverse set of transportation needs for the city – this includes: (a) public transport and (b) vehicles related to civic services like Solid Waste Management, Drainage, Heavy...

  •  Integrated Traffic Control System (ITCS) & Area surveillance Network
    Integrated Traffic Control System (ITCS) & Area surveillance Network: Surat. Surat Smart City Development Limited, 2018.

    Surat is among the fastest developing city in the world. It has ranked 4th developing city of the world. Surat city is well-known for its diamond polishing business, textile market business, Real estate business. As a city develops it attracts many people around the city as well as far away from...

  • AFCS (AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION SYSTEM)
    Surat Smart City Development Limited. AFCS (Automatic Fare Collection System): Surat. Surat Smart City Development Limited, 2018.

    Surat is among the fastest developing city in the world. It has ranked 4th developing city of the world. Surat city is well-known for its diamond polishing business, textile market business, Real estate business. As a city develops it attracts many people around the city as well as far away from...

  • Development ERP with GIS Platform & Advanced Grievance Redressal System: Surat
    Surat Smart City Development Limited. Development ERP with GIS Platform & Advanced Grievance Redressal System: Surat. Surat Smart City Development Limited, 2018.

    Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) has an objective to turn into more efficient and less paperbased organization in last few years. Both citizencentric as well as inter and intra-departmental operations are being digitized. At the same time, there is a need of organization being able to generate...

  • Data Center strengthening and DR site
    Surat Smart City Development Limited. Data Center strengthening and DR site. Surat Smart City Development Limited, 2018.

    With the increased expectations from citizens for online services and the number of eGovernance Projects, SMART city project and other large scale projects being launched by the Government and as well as Corporate clients, the Data Centre requirements are growing exponentially. In view of the...

  • City Operation Centre: Nagpur

    The video provides a brief introduction to the functioning of the City Operation Centre 3800 CCTV cameras installed at 700 important junctions that procure realtime data and information about traffic, law and order contributing to enhancing the safety and security of the city.

    The video...

  • Smart Classroom Presentation
    Greater Visakhapatnam Smart City Corporation Limited(GVSCCL). Smart Campus: Visakhapatnam Smart City. Vishakhapatnam: Greater Vishakhapatnam Smart City Corporation Limited (GVSCCL), 2017.

    The video was presented during the National Workshop on Accelerating Implementation of Urban Missions: AMRUT and Smart Cities held at Vigyan Bhavan on 08th December 2017.

    This video reiterates the vision of Vishakhapatnam to build a resilient, healthy metropolis for people. Further this...

  • Bhubaneswar E-Mobility Plan
    Bhubaneswar E-Mobility Plan: EoI submitted by Bhubaneswar-Puri Transport Services for Availing Grant under FAME. Bhubaneswar: Bhubaneswar-Puri Transport Service Limited, 2017.

    This proposal was submitted in response to the EoI issued by Department of Heavy Industry on 31st October 2017. 

    Bhubaneswar, through strategic investments in public transit infrastructure and last mile connectivity modes, aims to induce a shift by 20% travel to public transport by 2021....

  • BusinessLine Article
    "UC Berkeley launches Smart City Lab to Co-opt Citizens for Innovative Solutions." (2017).

    The University of California, Berkeley, has announced the launch of a Smart City Co-Innovation Lab (Smart City 4.0) to provide a platform to large, mid-size companies, start-ups and the local government to innovate with citizens for creating sustainable smart-city solutions and last mile...

  • Forum 2017 Report
    Forum Report: 4th Edition India m2m + iot Forum 2017 - capitilizing connected world., 2017.

    “India m2m+iot Forum 2017” held on 6-7 March 2017 at New Delhi by ‘Telecom Centres of Excellence, India (TCOE, India)’ and ‘m2m2iotpaper’ has compiled deliberations and recommendations in the form of report. The forum brought together stakeholders from the entire entire m2m and iot ecosystem on...

  • Advisory No. 10
    Advisory No. 10: Laying of Common Duct for OFC network in Smart Cities on Public Private Partnership (PPP) DBOT Hybrid Annuity Model. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The Smart Cities Mission guidelines para no. 6.2 gives the essential features in a smart city. One such feature is visible improvement in the area (e.g. replacing overhead wiring with underground wiring. In addition, paras 2.4 & 2.5 of the guidelines identify implementation of robust IT...

  • Success Stories From Mission Cities
    India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    As we are approaching the 2nd Anniversary of the Smart Cities Mission
    (SCM), many of the Lighthouse Cities have succeeded in a wide gamut
    of projects/ interventions. The present document captures some of the
    important successes being achieved by these cities by way of: (A)...

  • ATSCS Bhubaneswar
    Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System - Bhubaneswar In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    To enhance the efficiency of the signalized intersections the city has proposed to have a coordinated traffic signal control system. This necessitates installation of Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System at signalized intersections in the city. In light of the above Bhubaneswar, has recently...

  • Bhubaneswar One
    Bhubaneswar One - Bhubaneswar In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Bhubaneswar One is an e portal that integrates geo-spatial data from all the government and private organizations for providing easy and hassle free information for the residents and tourists. It is an integrated GIS based map system for government agencies to deliver location-based services and...

  • Smart Roads -  Coimbatore
    Smart Roads - Coimbatore In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    As a key step in achieving its goal of seamless mobility for citizens, Coimbatore Smart City is developing Smart Roads. Walking constitutes around 20% of all trips in Coimbatore; hence, a considerable emphasis has been given on improving pedestrian facilities / amenities. A plan for a network of...

  • Smart Solutions - Coimbatore
    Smart Solutions - Coimbatore In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    With the aim of effective implementation of the initiatives, Coimbatore has decided to adopted ICT/ technology based Smart Solutions for many of its initiatives. Towards this, an inventory of Smart Solutions and technology options was prepared keeping in mind the major interventions/ priorities...

  • Smart Roads - Davanagere
    Smart Roads - Davanagere In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Davanagere City Corporation has embarked on a project plan to improve the quality of its city roads. Under the plan, ten roads have been identified in the ABD area; these roads are to be taken up for implementation of the smart roads components in the first phase of project. The smart components...

  • VTMS - Indore
    GPS-Based Vehicle Tracking and Monitoring System (VTMS) for SWM - Indore In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    To ensure efficient Solid Waste Management a GPS based Vehicle Tracking
    and Monitoring System (VTMS) has been taken up as a significant step
    recently. The key features of the project are:
    • Online real-time monitoring of garbage vehicle movement and effective
    enforcement...

  • Garbage Collection and Management - Jabalpur
    Garbage Collection and Management - Jabalpur In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has initiated a Garbage Collection and Management system to ensure optimal collection, transportation and processing/ disposal of waste.

  • M-Governance: Jabalpur
    M-Governance: Jabalpur-311 - Jabalpur In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Jabalpur Municipal Corporation has launched a mobile-based citizen app (by the name of Jabalpur -311) in order to enable citizens of the city to access a range of civic services using their smartphone – this includes:

    • Access to services like apply online for Birth and Death...

  • TRAI Report
    Report on Feasibility of Laying Common Duct in the City of Deoghar, Jharkhand for TRAI., 2017.

    TRAI officials during their visit to Jharkhand state capital Panchi had discussions with the state government officials regarding the broadband penetration in the major cities of the state. It came out during the discussions that the broadband penetration is low and not to the desired level. It...

  • Innovation for Smart Solutions
    Office Memorandum: Promoting Innovative Smart Solutions Under Smart Cities Mission, Amrut And Swachh Bharat Mission. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The Ministry of Urban Development has launched a scheme for “Promoting Innovative Smart Solutions under Smart Cities Mission, AMRUT and Swachh Bharat Mission”. The scheme will provide funding support for industry-sponsored, outcome-oriented projects focused around the needs of ULBs under the...

  • Smart Distribution Networks
    Kazmi, Syed Ali Abbas, Muhammad Khuram Shahzad, Akif Zia Khan, Dong Ryeol Shin, and Josep M. Guerrero. Smart Distribution Networks: A Review of Modern Distribution Concepts from a Planning Perspective In Energies. Vol. 10. Basel, Switzerland: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2017.

    Smart grids (SGs), as an emerging grid modernization concept, is spreading across diverse research areas for revolutionizing power systems. SGs realize new key concepts with intelligent technologies, maximizing achieved objectives and addressing critical issues that are limited in conventional...

  • GCC Reply Letter Order
    Letter Order for Smart City Dashboard for Command and Control Centre of Greater Chennai. Chennai, Tamil Nadu: Greater Chennai Corporation, 2017.

    Letter from Deputy Commissioner (Works), Greater Chennai Corporation, to, The Director, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, for preparing Smart Dashboards for various modules for Command and Control Centre for Greater Chennai Corporation.

  • Intelligent Transportation Systems Benefits, Costs, and Lessons Learned
    Intelligent Transportation Systems Benefits, Costs, and Lessons Learned. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, 2017.

    Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) provide a proven set of strategies for advancing transportation safety, mobility, and environmental sustainability by integrating communication and information technology applications into the management and operation of the transportation system across...

  • Advisory No 7 ICT in Smart Infrastructure
    Advisory No. 7: Role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the Development of Smart Infrastructure. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Based on the advice of Department of Telecommunications (DoT), the Ministry of Urban Development under the Smart Cities Mission has issued the following advisory for consiering while planning and creating Smart Infrastructure.

  • Re-Cycling of Gray Water
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    Re-cycling Of Gray Water 2
    Kagathara, Ex. Spl. City. Double Plumbing System & Recycling of Gray Water in Homes: An Approach to lower down consumption of water supply in Urban Areas., 2017.

    This is a presentation on Gray Water Recycling shared by Rajkot Municipal Corporation. Gray water Recycling is a biggest source to save “Drinking Water”. Dual Plumbing System and recycling of treated gray water in new coming/constructing new Buildings can save fresh water going in to waste for...

  • Smart Cities – Management of Smart Urban Infrastructures

    About this course: Learn about the principles of management of urban infrastructures in the era of Smart Cities. The introduction of Smart urban technologies into legacy infrastructures has already resulted and will continue to result in numerous challenges and opportunities....

  • Planning in 3d
    Planning the City of Tomorrow in 3D. ESRI, 2017.

    In Gabon, on the west coast of Africa, a large percentage of those between the ages of 16 and 24 are unemployed. Council Lead Partner Bechtel and Junior Achievement launched a program to engage young people and to teach them practical business skills. Read more about the partnership and what it'...

  • Smart grid hanbook
    Smart Grid Handbook for Regulators and Policymakers (Draft). India Smart Grid Forum, 2017.

    Evidence suggests that this 20th century system is now struggling to keep up with the challenges of electric power transmission and distribution in the 21st century. Work needs to be done to make the grid available, selfhealing and more secure’, and what are the implications for the integration...

  • Overview Report
    Supporting Smart Urban Mobility and Built Environment in Four Indian Cities: Overview Report. New Delhi, India: ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, South Asia, 2017.

    The current report  included an assessment of the existing urban transport scenario in the identified cities of each state as well providing handholding support to city teams for smooth initiation of the SCM. The report
    is part of the output report for the project “Supporting Smart Urban...

  • ICOMC
    Intelligent City Operations and Management Centre (ICOMC). Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited, 2017.

  • ICCC
    Shukla, Chandramauli. Integrated Smart City Command and Control Centre. Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Limited, 2017.

  • Nagpur ICCC
    Nagpur Smart & Safe City Project - Solution Components. Nagpur Smart and Sustainable City Development Corporation Limited, 2017.

  • Smart City Operation Centre
    Presentation on Smart City Operations Centre. Pune Smart City Development Corporation Limited, 2017.

  • SCP_Triruvananthapuram
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    SCP_Triruvananthapuram1
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Thiruvanthapuram. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    To move towards a Smart Thiruvananthapuram, The city adapts the Principle for creating Liveable High-Density Cities (Singapore, 2013). Accordingly, Thiruvananthapuram's Blueprint is built on 5 Strategic pillars

    1.  Urban Basic Services
    2. Land-Use Efficiency
    3. Cultural...

  • Smart City Proposal_Naya Raipur
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Naya Raipur. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Naya Raipur aspires to be the happiest city of 21st century focusing on well being of its citizens and people visiting the city. Being a greenfield city, Naya raipur is based on the Urban Principals of Transit Oriented Development and Sustainable Neighbourhood Planning which ensures that the...

  • Rajkot SCP
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    Rajkot SCP annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Rajkot. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Rajkot SCP envisions to develop Rajkot into a smart, livable and iconic city of Gujarat with growth and sustainabel development, by leveraging its historical strength state of the art infrastructure, delivery of services and empowerig ecosystems enabling  citizens to realize their dreams. Chief...

  • SCP Patna
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Patna. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Citizens of Patna opine to co create and preserve their rich heritage through a behaviourally transformed and mordernised city that offers improved quality of life, governance, inclusivity and seamless mobility. The key imperatives emerging from self assessment and citizen consultation are...

  • Amravati SCP +Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Amravati. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Amravati is envisioned to be India's Happiest City-an Inclusive people's capital built on a greenfield basis which is economically vibrant and sustaining, equipped with world class social and physical infrastructure to create unparalledl oppotunities. Strategic areas identified are

    1. ...

  • SCP Karimnagar
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    Karimnagar Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Karimnagar. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Strategic focus and the blueprint of the city for its development has been formulated based on a systematic process of Assessment of existing status, Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and future direction of the services, views from citizen engagement and findings from SWOT analysis. Five...

  • scp Muzaffarpur
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    Muzaffarpur Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Muzaffarpur. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The foremost strategy is to steer Muzaffarpur city towards sustainable and planned growth. We have focused on future development of the city nodes w.r.t. economic, environmental, social and institutional infrastructure. Also we aim to have a smart city governance, striving to be a financially...

  • Puducherry SCP
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    Puducherry Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Puducherry. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The city of Puducherry wants to Transforms itself into a global tourism destination by leveraging its heritage, cultural, spiritual and educational advantages. Enhance the quality of life of the citizens by providing efficient urban mobility, smart civic infrastructure, smart service delivery...

  • SCP Gandhinagar
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    Gandhinagar Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Gandhinagar. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Gandhinagar, a vibrant and future ready city that provides good quality of life to its citizens by providing sustainable infrastructure and services through confluence of physical and digital realm. The areas of strategic focus are

    1. Create and augment physical infrastructure that is...

  • Srinagar SCP
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    Srinagar Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Srinagar. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The Srinagar SCP envisions Transforming Srinagar into an Eco-friendly, Resilient and Socio-Economically Vibrant city that Celebrates its Natural and Cultural heritage creating Harmony and Opportunities for all’’

    Three main action areas have been identified to make the vision implementable...

  • Sagar SCP
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    Sagar Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Sagar. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The vision reflects the pride of regional supremacy among the citizens, their association with the Bundelkhand culture,  a positive  approach towards development and the associated pecuniary benefits to the development. Sagar is a pre-eminent city in the Bundelkhand region which covers the part...

  • SCP Karnal
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    Karnal Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Karnal. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Karnal aspires to be a Futuristic NCR town by leveraging its Business and Research acumen to attract Knowledge based enterprises and Start-up activities. To move towards a more livable city, Karnal will focus on diversifying its strengths to create new employment opportunities and improving its...

  • SCP Satna
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    Satna Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Satna. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Satna envisions Restructuring Satna into a smart, compact and vibrant regional hub, providing diverse economic opportunities for varied skill  levels by leveraging its resource based economy and harnessing potential investments in industrial sector. The Development Goals for Satna across these...

  • SCP_Bengaluru
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Bengaluru. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Bengaluru is a popular business destination for numerous multi nationals to set up their offices, premier educational institutions that attract students and researchers and multi-speciality healthcare facilities. Recent years have seen Bengaluru as growing e-commerce and start up hub. However,...

  • SCP Shimla
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Shimla. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The strategic blueprint for development of Shimla city, as a liveable and sustainable city shall be laid on principles of resilient city, which shall have the capacity of indiviuals, communities, institutions, businesses and systems. Accordingly, Shimla's Strategic Blueprint is structured in 7...

  • Innovation for Smart Solutions
    Promoting Innovative Smart Solutions Under Smart Cities Mission, AMRUT and Swachh Bharat Mission. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The Smart Cities Mission (SCM) of the Government of India, promotes cities that provide core infrastructure and give a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment and application of ‘Smart’ Solutions. Such Smart Solutions include ICT interventions for e-governance...

  • Dehradun SCP
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    Dehradun Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Dehradun. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Dehradun, a city traditionally known for its mild weather, British era institutions, schools, Litchi Plantations and basmati rice has undergone drastic changes since the creation of state of Uttarakhand in 2000. Over the last 17 years Dehradun has served as state headquarters which has resulted...

  • Proposal
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    Annexures
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Tiruppur. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Tiruppur aspires to leverage its cluster identity by investing in inclusive and transformative solutions that enhance the quality of life for its citizens. Its chief goals are

    1. Enhanced efficiency of governance
    2. Livable and slum free city
    3. Livable and slum free city...

  • PMPC SPC
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    PMPC Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Pimpri Chinchwad. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    From a small agglomeration of villages, the City of Pimpri Chinchwad has evolved into a model modern city which, now plays a definitive role in the Region. Thanks to the trail blazing efforts & achievements of the Municipal Corporation in provision of good infrastructure & amenities,...

  • SCP Bilaspur
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    Bilaspur Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Bilaspur. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Bilaspur strives to be a growing and vibrant world-class city with a flourishing economy and a pristine environment, where residents specially women are empowered, safe, healthy and have equitable opportunities for success and happiness. The City of Bilaspur will be a prosperous, fiscally sound...

  • Pasighat SCP
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    Pasighat Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Pasighat. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Pasighat will be an example of carbon neutral city, sustaining its culture, harmonious diversity of human capital, green economics, innate technologies and pristine nature. The city aligns itself on the following primary goals in line with the identified strategic  focus areas to realize the...

  • Dahod SCP
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    Annexure_ Dahod
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Dahod. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The Vision for Dahod is :"Dahod, a model city from the tribal heartland of Gujarat that provides good quality of life and empowers youth, women and tribal through skill development, by generating employment via logistics and agro-based industries!" The Key focus area woiuld be to

    1. ...

  • SCP Jammu
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    Annexure Jammu
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Jammu. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The vision for the city is "Transforming Jammu into a sustainable and economically vibrant city focusing on tourism, quality of life and trade by leveraging its heritage and location."

    Three main Action areas have been identified to make the vision implementable. These are: 
    1....

  • Tiruneveli SCP
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    Tirunevelli
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Tirunelveli. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    To develop an attractive, inviting, and secure city for its citizens by promoting  heritage value,urban mobility,diversified economy and exploitation of the full potential of the renewable energy resource and digital technology. 

    The vision lays out the strategic intent to cultivate and...

  • SCP Thoothukudi
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    Thoothukudi  Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Thoothukudi. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Thoothukudi aspires to leverage its industrial city identity by investing in inclusive and transformative solutions that enhance the quality of life for its citizens. Its chief goals are

    1. Enhanced efficiency of governance
    2. Livable and slum free city
    3. Livable and slum...

  • Trichy SCP
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    Trichy Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Tiruchirapalli. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The vision of Tiruchirappalli - nurturing religious and heritage tourism, to bring out vibrant communities and dynamic economy that is all supported by smart infrastructure which would yield healthy, clean and livable place for all.”

    The key themes identified are:

    •    Heritage cum...

  • Jhansi SCP
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    Jhansi Annexure
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Jhansi. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Jhansi wants to give its citizens Universal access to smart infrastructure services; Inclusive growth aiming at zero housing deficit; Robust transportation network offering seamless mobility; Accelerated economic growth; Sustainable, smart and green concepts of development. The goals of the city...

  • Proposal
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Aizawl. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    In the SCP, Aizawl mentions that it would be an inclusive, sustainable & resilient city by leveraging its Human Capital through technology and celebrating its Culture and Nature

    Aizawl Smart City Vision, focuses on;
    → Resilient Environment
    → Economic Sustainability...

  • SCP Allahabad
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    SCP Annexures
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Allahabad., 2017.

    To Cherish Allahabad’s identity as a center for pilgrimage and transform the city into a progressive and economically vibrant Urban center. Chief goals identified ared

    1. Enhance Socio-Cultural Identity
    2. Revamping The Economic Base
    3. Improving Environmental...

  • SCP Gangtok
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    Annexure Gangtok
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Gangtok. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Gangtok envisions Promote an Innovation driven new age Economy along with Expanding its Tourism Economy by offering an enviable Quality of Life and lifestyle options, in an Ecologically responsible manner, that attract and retain talent". Its key  goals are

    1. Liveable
    2. ...

  • SCP Aligarh
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    Annexure Aligarh
    Smart City Challenge Round 3: Smart City Proposal Aligarh. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    The vision of Aligargh is  to make it  Mukammal Ashiyan Alishan Ali-E-Gar, which means .This represents a high quality of city life which has smooth access to basic infrastructures, is clean & green, energy efficient and environmental friendly and has peaceful atmosphere. The city will have...

  • Niti aayog transport mobility
    India Leaps Ahead: Transformative Mobility Solutions For All. New Delhi: NITI Aayog, Government of India, 2017.

    With rapidly evolving technologies and business models, there is need to adopt new and fundamentally different pathways to provide clean, cost-effective, and efficient mobility services that are safe, create new jobs, reduce dependence on oil imports, and achieve more efficient land-use in...

  • Pune Connect Mobile App – Pune
    Pune Connect Mobile App – Pune In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is responsible for multiple civic needs of the citizens spread across an area span of 237 sq.km.  Despite successful implementation of the above initiatives, it was felt that there is a wide scope to leveraging technology for closer citizen engagement with PMC on...

  • Transport Command And Control Centre – Pune
    Transport Command And Control Centre – Pune. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Pune relies solely on buses for public transportation. The average number of buses per lakh population is only. Additionally, buses in Pune have signifcant issues with availability (25% fleet off-road most of the time) and reliability (84% routes have a waiting time of more than 20 minutes)....

  • Intelligent Transit Management System (ITMS) – Surat
    Intelligent Transit Management System (ITMS) – Surat In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Surat is implementing a city wide integrated system – “Intelligent Transit Management System” (ITMS), to manage diverse set of transportation needs for the city – this includes: (a) public transport and (b) vehicles related to civic services like Solid Waste Management, Drainage, Heavy...

  • SMAC (Smart City) Centre – Surat
    SMAC (Smart City) Centre – Surat In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Rapid population growth, extended geography and extended/ coordinated city operations need a huge coordination effort to deliver citizen services and manage the city. As managing/ coordinating and monitoring the city functions is a complex task; it was felt that a centralized system will be...

  • Citizens App: Action Udaipur – Udaipur
    Citizens App: Action Udaipur – Udaipur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Participation of citizens and citizen action is a key tenet of democratic governance. Participation/ citizen action develops ownerships, which is crucial for success of any government initiate. However, direct participation/ action of citizens in government programs and civic activities poses...

  • City Surveillance – Ahmedabad
    City Surveillance – Ahmedabad., 2017.

    The Smart City Mission has kept city safety component at an important priority and the city of Ahmedabad has planning for a technology based surveillance intervention to make the Ahmedabad a safer city to live in. The intervention is aimed at implementing a holistic and integrated video...

  • Common Payment Card System (CPCS) – Bhubaneswar
    Common Payment Card System (CPCS) – Bhubaneswar In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Bhubaneswar is taking up a Common Payment Card System (CPCS) for the city. This system intends to provide a safe digital mode of economic transactions to the citizen and reducing their dependence on cash for transactions.

    The intervention for CPCS will include developing, commissioning,...

  • Smart Roads (Smart Poles And Street Lights) On PPP Basis – Bhopal
    Smart Roads (Smart Poles And Street Lights) On PPP Basis – Bhopal In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Bhopal has launched frst an innovative Public Private Partnership (PPP) based smart poles and intelligent streetlights project under the Smart Cities Mission. The project is innovatively structured in such a manner that it delivers bundled smart services to citizens and maximum values for money...

  • integrated Command & Control Centre – kakinada
    Integrated Command & Control Centre – Kakinada In India Smart Cities: Success Stories from Mission Cities. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2017.

    Kakinada Smart City is in the process of implementation of a Command and Control Centre; the project envisages creating an IT backbone for integrating many civic services. This will improve the accessibility of services and government to citizens. It will also enhance ability of the government...

  • Smart Cities Mission: Two Years of Fulfilling Promises: Short Film

    The video marks 2 years of the Smart Cities Mission showcasing its progress and achievements.

  • Cybersecurity
    Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) 2017. Geneva: International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) is a survey that measures the commitment of Member States to cybersecurity in order to raise awareness.​​ The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) is a multi-stakeholder initiative to measure the commitment of countries to...

  • world investment report
    World Investment Report: Investment And The Digital Economy 2017. Geneva: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 2017.

    In 2016, global flows of foreign direct investment fell by about 2 per cent, to $1.75 trillion. Investment in developing countries declined even more, by 14 per cent, and flows to LDCs and structurally weak economies remain volatile and low. Although UNCTAD predicts a modest recovery of FDI...

  • Drinking Water Treatment
    Drinking Water Treatment
    Water Management: Drinking Water Treatment (Self Paced)

    This course focuses on conventional technologies for drinking water treatment. Unit processes, involved in the treatment chain, are discussed as well as the physical, chemical and biological processes involved. The emphasis is on the effect of treatment on water quality and the dimensions of the...

  • Urban Sewage Treatment
    Urban Sewage Treatment
    Water Management: Urban Sewage Treatment (Self paced)

    This course will focus on basic technologies for the treatment of urban sewage. Unit processes involved in the treatment chain will be described as well as the physical, chemical and biological processes involved. There will be an emphasis on water quality and the functionality of each unit...

  • Technology Innovation for Sustainable Development (Self Paced)

    Technology innovation can be a great enabler for development in low and middle-income countries. This course presents a methodology and an approach to develop impactful innovations that have the power to foster sustainable development.

    Whether you are from an industrialized or a...

  • innovative civic engagement
    Praharaj, Sarbeswar, Jung Hoon Han, and Scott Hawken. Innovative civic engagement and digital urban infrastructure: Lessons from 100 Smart Cities Mission in India. Elsevier Limited, 2017.

    In 2015 the Government of India announced an ambitious mission to develop 100 smart cities throughout the rapidly urbanising country. As part of this mission, the Government has initiated ICT based citizen engagement through a dedicated website - MyGov.in. The disparity in digital infrastructure...

  • TRAI open wifi
    Public Open Wi-Fi Pilot. New Delhi, India: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, 2017.

    Mission for WANI

    The vision of this initiative is to establish an Open Architecture based Wi-Fi Access Network Interface (WANI), such that;

    1. Any entity (company, proprietorship, societies, non-profits, etc.) should easily be able to setup a paid public Wi-Fi Access Point.

    ...

  • World Bank ICT in Sanitation
    Bhatnagar, Vandana, Nidhi Batra, and Kanak Tiwari. Mainstreaming citizen feedback on service delivery using ICTs : findings and lessons from ICT-based feedback surveys on water supply and sanitation services in Indian cities. The World Bank, 2017.

    The water and sanitation sector in Indian cities is characterized by weak accountability processes and lack of customer orientation. The institutional focus of service providers tends to be on creating new assets, rather than delivery of services and performance efficiency. Moreover, in the...

  • Toilet mapping
    The Toilet Tracker: mapping sanitation in peri-urban Lusaka. Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor, 2017.

    This Practice Note introduces the Toilet Tracker, a new tool for supporting sanitation business development and public health monitoring.

    Currently being tested in the peri-urban area of Kanyama, the Tracker enables information on the ownership, location, quality and emptying history of...

  • Innovative Wash solutions NIUA
    5 Innovative WASH Solutions for an Inclusive Urban India. New Delhi, India: National Institute for Urban Affairs, 2017.

    '5 Innovative WASH Solutions for an Inclusive Urban India’ is the second document (the first being 10 Innovative Approaches to Improve the Urban WASH Sector in India) in a series of publications by IHUWASH to sensitize stakeholders and bring to the fore, innovative and simplified WASH solutions...

  • Smart Street
    Kumar, Dr. Krishan. Bhubaneswar Smart Janpath. Bhubaneshwar Municipal COrporation, 2017.

    This is a presentation on Smart Janpath :A pilot initiative on 5.5 kms towards building complete streets in Bhubaneswar
     

  • Report
    NITI Aayog, and Rocky Mountain Institute. India Leaps Ahead: Transformative Mobility Solutions for All. New Delhi, India: NITI Aayog, 2017.

    In February 2017, NITI Aayog and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) convened a two-day charrette titled “Transformative Mobility Solutions for India.” The charrette brought together 75 leaders from government, the private sector, and civil society to collaboratively identify actionable and specific...

  • State of world children report
    The State of the World's Children 2017: Children in a Digital World. UNICEF, 2017.

    As the debate about whether the internet is safe for children rages, The State of the World’s Children 2017: Children in a Digital World discusses how digital access can be a game changer for children or yet another dividing line. The report represents the first comprehensive look from...

  • Innovation solutions CC
    Innovations LIVE: Effective solutions to climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean.. Inter-American Development Bank, 2017.

    The challenge of climate is an opportunity to change development patterns towards low carbon and resilient development, opening up new opportunities for every inhabitant of Latin-America. This publication is just a sample of 27 innovative experiences ranging from Mexico to Haiti. They showcase...

  • ICT for disabled
    Access to telecommunication/ICT services by persons with disabilities and with specific needs. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    Many countries have already started fostering ICT accessibility in their countries by creating ICT accessibility policy frameworks on public ICT access, mobile communications, TV/video programming, public procurement of accessible ICT and accessible government websites. This report presents good...

  • ICT for Society
    Creating the smart society: Social and economic development through ICT applications. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    This report looks closer at how information and communication technology (ICT) can be utilized to create a fully inclusive Smart Society. It provides case studies of the Smart Society in the field of health, learning, energy, agriculture, resource management - water and waste, commerce, and...

  • Capacity Building to use ICT
    Capacity building in a Changing ICT Environment. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    The ITU online publication "Capacity Building in a Changing ICT Environment", which is released annually, puts together scholarly articles with a focus on the human and institutional aspects of capacity building in the telecommunications/ICT sector. It covers a wide range of ICT topics that may...

  • ICT Standards Singapore
    International Telecommunication Union(ITU). Implementing ITU-T International Standards to Shape Smart Sustainable Cities: The Case of Singapore. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    The annual Trends in Telecommunication Reform publications are a key part of the dialogue with the world's information and communications technology (ICT) policy-makers and regulators in an increasingly converged digital environment. Under the overarching theme "Regulatory incentives to achieve...

  • ICT and finance
    International Telecommunication Union(ITU). Digital Financial Services (DFS) - Ecosystem. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    An estimated 2 billion adults are still without access to a bank account, but some 1.6 billion of them have access to a mobile phone. ‘Mobile money services’ show great promise to expand financial inclusion by bringing basic financial services to people that remain on the margins of society. In...

  • ICT and Smart Cities
    Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities: striving for sustainable development goals. International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , 2017.

    The ITU-T Focus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities (FG-SSC) concluded its two-year study in May 2015 with the delivery of 21 Technical Reports and Specifications to provide the foundations of subsequent ITU-T standardization work. This compendium of the reports and specifications released by the...

  • Trust ICT
    Trust in ICT., 2017.

    This publication offers a compendium of the first outputs of ITU’s study of trust in ICTs. The publication aims to build greater understanding of the concepts, driving forces and key features of trust in the ICT context. It details technical approaches with potential to improve trust in ICT and...

  • Traffic Management System
    de Souza, Allan M., Celso A. R. L. Brennand, Roberto S. Yokoyama, Erick A. Donato, Edmundo R. M. Madeira, and Leandro A. Villas. Traffic management systems: A classification, review, challenges, and future perspectives. International Journal of Distributed Sensors Network, 2017.

    In cities, where the number of vehicles continuously increases faster than the available traffic infrastructure to support them, congestion is a difficult issue to deal with and it becomes even worse in case of car accidents. This problem affects many aspects of the modern society, including...

  • PPP Infrastructure Framework
    Public Private Partnership Framework For Infrastructure Sector. UN Global Compact Network, India, 2017.

    Over the last few years Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects have seen a sharp rise in India as Govt. of India has started recognizing PPP as an effective & efficient strategy for meeting ever-growing demand for better infrastructure across the country, while keeping the exchequer’s...

  • Summary
    Public Private Partnership Framework For Infrastructure Sector - A Summary. UN Global Compact Network, India, 2017.

    Over the last few years Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects have seen a sharp rise in India as Govt. of India has started recognizing PPP as an effective & efficient strategy for meeting ever-growing demand for better infrastructure across the country, while keeping the exchequer’s...

  • Healthcare and technology
    HealthTech In India - Are We There Yet?. Nasscom, 2017.

    2017 has been a landmark year for the Indian healthcare landscape with the release of Government’s National Health Policy 14 years after the previous version. This, coupled with significant traction in the healthtech space, prompted NASSCOM Research team to develop and release one-of-a-kind ...

  • Digital Debates
    Andersdotter, Amelia, Chelsey Slack, Dennis Broeders, Elina Noor, Hugo Zylberberg, Logan Finucan, Madhulika Srikumar, Meghna Bal, Michael Khoo, Nikolas Ott et al. Digital Debates — CyFy Journal 2017., 2017.

    In many parts of the world, tensions offline are now mirrored online. In the manner of a Wachowskis movie, machines influence both realities and the perception of such realities, often expressed online. The challenge for those seeking to “govern” or “regulate” cyberspace, then, is the umbilical...

  • Blockchain in real estate
    Deloitte. Blockchain in commercial real estate The future is here!. Deloitte, 2017.

    In this updated and expanded version of our report, we reveal how blockchain technology can advance leasing, as well as purchase and sale transactions in commercial real estate. Explore the time and cost benefits of blockchain, as well as increased security and transparency that the technology...

  • Use of ICT in Smart Cities
    Connecting cities and communities with the Sustainable Development Goals. United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC), 2017.

    This publication has been developed within the framework of the United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC) initiative. It provides an overview of how cities can use information and communication technologies (ICTs) to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It also maps the case...

  • Promoting Innovation in Smart Cities
    Enhancing innovation and participation in smart sustainable cities. United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC), 2017.

    This publication has been developed within the framework of the United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC) initiative. It provides a series of case studies on smart governance, smart people and smart economy, which will catapult successful smart city practices into the global spotlight.

  • Sustainable Development and cities
    Implementing Sustainable Development Goal 11 by connecting sustainability policies and urban planning practices through ICTs. United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC), 2017.

    This publication has been developed within the framework of the United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC) initiative. It provides a study of the advantages of using ICTs to support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular SDG 11, by facilitating the missing...

  • Citizen Participation
    Khan, Zaheer, Jens Dambruch, Jan Peters-Anders, Andreas Sackl, Anton Strasser, Peter Fröhlich, Simon Templer, and Kamran Soomro. Developing Knowledge-Based Citizen Participation Platform to Support Smart City Decision Making: The Smarticipate Case Study. Information, 2017.

    Citizen participation for social innovation and co-creating urban regeneration proposals can be greatly facilitated by innovative IT systems. Such systems can use Open Government Data, visualise urban proposals in 3D models and provide automated feedback on the feasibility of the proposals....

  • Smart Cities Case Studies
    CentreforCities. Case studies: smart cities. CentreforCities, 2017.

    This paper brings together a number of case studies on how cities from the UK and beyond are becoming ‘smart’. UK cities need to provide public services more efficiently while at the same time supporting sustainable and long term economic growth. The best way to do so is by becoming ‘smart’....

  • use of big data
    Case Studies: open and big data. CentreforCities, 2017.

    This paper brings together a number of case studies on how cities from the UK and beyond have made use of big and open data to improve local economies and service delivery. Using city level data is crucial in improving urban economies and making cities better places to live and work. Collecting...

  • Smart Ideas
    Gorli, Ravi. World Laying Steps towards Smart Ideas. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 2017.

    Smart is the popular word which has become a general taught in every human brain. The Acronym of the word Smart refers to Specific Measurement Achievable Relevant Time-Oriented. The world is moving towards future technologies by laying different steps to be smarter in the future generations. A...

  • IoT for Smart Cities
    Gorli, Ravi. Interlinking of IoT, Big data, Smart Mobile app with Smart Garbage Monitoring. International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering , 2017.

    - Interlinking of IOT, Big Data and Android, Now arises a question, what’s link between these technologies? As, IoT is a technology where world is stepping towards future development, Internet of Things (IoT). Internet is interconnecting of networks, Things means Devices or Objects (Interaction...

  • Vizag Smart City Projects
    Greater Visakhapatnam Smart City Corporation Limited: Analysis and Benchmarking - Projects., 2016.

    This presentation includes the projects been undertaken for Vizag Smart City –“ including” national/international benchmarking, citizen engagement, stakeholder engagement and concept designs/Toolkit for the same.

  • Jabalpur Smart Road Proposal
    Smart Roads - Jabalpur. Jabalpur Smart City Limited, 2016.

    Designed according to Tender S.U.R.E., the proposal is for a total length of 38.61 KMs of Roads of Grade I, II and III in Jabalpur.

  • J Card
    J Card: An RFID Based Multi-Purpose Mobility Card for the City of Jabalpur.., 2016.

    J Card is an RFID based multi-purpose Mobility Card for the city of Jabalpur. It can be used in the following ways:

    1. Automatic Fare Collection in Public Transportation
    2. Entries in Gardens and Parks
    3. To pay Municipal Taxes
    4. Paying for Parking Lots
    5. ...

  • funding toilets
    Sanitation in the circular economy: Transformation to a commercially valuable, self-sustaining, biological system. Geneva, Switzerland: The Toilet Board Coalition (TCB), 2016.

    The TBC is a business-led coalition sharing a common vision to accelerate the pace of change to achieve universal access to sanitation. TBC works at the systems level to co-create the necessary ecosystem to support sanitation businesses to scale with promising businesses in low-income markets...

  • Smart Control System
    Smart Control System: Guideline 2.3., 2016.

    One of the objectives is to apply Smart Solutions in order to make infrastructure and services better (Guideline 2.3). Moreover, solutions services contracts should be used instead of hardware procurement contract only and generic specifications should be used (Annexure 4; criteria 4.1,4,a). In...

  • Smart Roads
    Smart Roads: Guideline No. 6.2., 2016.

    Guideline No. 6.2 provides for some essential features to be present in Area-Based Developments (ABD) in all Smart Cities. Visible improvement in the ABD is one essential feature (e.g. replacing overhead wires). Some other features are -pedestrian friendly pathways, encouragement to non-...

  • Smart Sewerage
    Smart Sewerage: Guideline No. 2.4 (iii)., 2016.

    Guideline No. 2.4 (iii) provides for sanitation as a core element of a Smart City. The key features of a performance based management contract for a Smart Sewerage System are given.

    View the document at: ...

  • Smart Water Supply
    Smart Water Supply: Guideline No. 2.4 (i)., 2016.

    Guideline No. 2.4 (i) provides for adequate water supply as core infrastructure element of a Smart City. The key features of a Smart water supply system are given.

    View the document at: http://smartnet.niua...

  • kumar, Mr. Santosh. Presentation on Online Clearances Management Web Portal for U.T. Chandigarh., 2016.

    This presentation is part of the Conference on Rooftp Solar Power in India 20 November 2016 by MNRE, New Delhi. Presented by Mr. Santosh Kumar, CEO Chandigarh Renewable Energy, Science & Technology Promotion Society (CREST). He gave an overview of how an Online Clearances Management Web...

  • Urban Mobility: Strategies for Liveable Cities
    Urban Mobility: Strategies for Liveable Cities. Berlin, Germany: Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Division for Water; Urban Development; Mobility, 2016.

    Within the HABITAT process the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is increasing its engagement in urban mobility.

    This new publication contains touches upon a multitude of important aspects on mobility planning such as:

    • Promoting the A(void...

  • Advisory Note No. 4
    Advisory Note No. 4 on Promotion of Payments through Cards and Digital Means in Smart Cities. New Delhi: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    Subject: Promotion of Payments through cards and digital means in the Smart Cities.

  • The Smart City is Open
    Green, Jeremy, Marina Astafev, and Matt Hatton. The Smart City is Open: the role of open systems as a key enabler of the smart city. Machina Research, 2016.

    Cities are increasingly aware of the benefits of an ‘open’ approach to becoming ‘Smart’. It is already recognized that being locked in to an integrated solution from a single vendor is sub-optimal. However, there is insufficient clarity on the full implications of and challenges of ‘open-ness’,...

  • E mobility
    World Energy Perspectives, 2016., 2016.

    The World Energy Perspectives on E-Mobility is part of a series of reports based on expert insights from our network of energy leaders and practitioners. This series provides a bottom-up assessment of the key issues and technologies in the transport sector.

    There are a variety of clean...

  • Formulation of GIS Based Master Plan for AMRUT Cities: Design & Standards
    Formulation of GIS Based Master Plan for AMRUT Cities: Design & Standards. Town and Country Planning Organisation, Ministry of Urban Development, Govenment of India, 2016.

    Master Plan/Development Plan is the major tool for urban land management, providing detailed landuse allocation for the sustainable development of city/town. Most master/development plans are made for 20-year periods, in phases of five years for periodic review and revision. The most crucial...

  • Innovation Monday: Q&A on Smart Urban Form For Area-Based Development
    Innovation Monday: Q&A on Smart Urban Form For Area-Based Development
    Innovation Monday: Q&A on Smart Urban Form For Area-Based Development

    Hear from Dr. Jagan Shah, Director of the National Institute of Urban Affairs; Munish Garg, Director (Smart Cities), Ministry of Urban Development; and Sajeesh Kumar, Deputy Secretary (Smart Cities), Ministry of Urban Development.

  • About the course
    E-learning: Sustainable Urban Mobility in Developing Countries. United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), 2016.

    About this course: The course aims to enhance the capacity of local decision-makers and urban and transportation planners to formulate and implement appropriate policies that contribute to sustainability in urban transport in developing countries.

    It allows an analysis of...

  • Future-Proofing IT for Smart City Services
    Ranken, Margaret. Future-Proofing IT for Smart City Services., 2016.

    Smart City Services bring many benefits Smart City applications such as street light control, smart parking and road traffic management are starting to be widely deployed around the world, bringing benefits to city operations, better quality of life and reduced costs and energy use. Currently...

  • Smart London Report
    The Future of Smart: Harnessing Digital Innovation to Make London the Best City in the World In UPDATE REPORT OF THE SMART LONDON PLAN (2013). London: Greater London Authority, 2016.

    This report looks at the Smart London Board’s progress in advising, developing and promoting the use of digital infrastructure and data in London since the published plan two years ago. It also identifies future opportunities for the next Mayor of London.
     
    The Smart London...

  • Smart City Opportunities for London
    Smart City Opportunities For London. London: ARUP, 2016.

    Cities across the world recognise that the benefi ts of digital technology are multi-fold, including helping cities to solve their challenges and contribute to the growth of their economies. This report was commissioned by the Greater London Authority (GLA) to investigate how London can make the...

  • World Development Report 2016
    World Bank Group. World Development Report 2016: Digital Dividends., 2016.

    Digital technologies are spreading rapidly, but digital dividends—the broader benefits of faster growth, more jobs, and better services—are not. If more than 40 percent of adults in East Africa pay their utility bills using a mobile phone, why can’t others around the world do the same? If 8...

  • Lucknow Smart City Proposal
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Lucknow. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Lucknow Smart City aspires to leverage its culture and heritage by investing in inclusive and transformative solutions that enhance the quality of life for its citizens.

    Lucknow Smart City proposes to invest about 1475.44 Cr in its Area-Based Development. The chosen retrofitting area,...

  • Smart City Proposal-Warangal
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Warangal. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Warangal aspires to be the cultural capital of Telangana and will continue to be the centre of heritage and cultural tourism, which Telangana people proudly identify.

    Warangal’s area based development (ABD) envisions to retrofit and redevelop 1,583 acres centered on Central Area of...

  • Smart City Proposal-Dharamsala
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Dharamsala. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    ...the Vision 2025 for Dharamshala was formulated as - "A global tourist destination for all reasons and all seasons which is sustainable, resilient and smart while being, for its residents, a city which is livable, economically vibrant, safe and inclusive."

    Based on the outcomes of the...

  • Smart City Proposal-Chandigarh
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    Annexures
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    Proposed Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Chandigarh. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    VISION STATEMENT: ‘A Vibrant and Unique Regional Centre. The City beautiful is envisioned to become leader in livability, sustainability, equality, and innovation.’

    The Area Based Development (ABD) proposal aspires to address the key issues that emerged out of citizen engagement and...

  • Smart City Proposal-Raipur
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Raipur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Through extensive Citizen consultation and a robust review of SWOT the City has voted and adopted the Vision which has a Four pronged approach comprising of "Clean, Connected, Cohesive and Credible(4Cs) RAIPUR"

    'More' Raipur City Central(MRCC) is a 777acre Retrofit and redevelopment model...

  • Smart City Proposal-New Town Kolkatta
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    Projects
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    Annexures
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-New Town Kolkata. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    “New Town Kolkata Smart City aspires to leverage its existing and future investments to create a livable city that is economically vibrant and takes pride in itself”

    The strategy is to improve quality of life and create economic opportunities - improving livability in an area having...

  • Smart City Proposal-Bhagalpur
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Bhagalpur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The Vision for Bhagalpur has emerged from the SWOT analysis as well as the aspirations expressed by citizens. Bhagalpur aspires to be a city where municipal governance is in-sync with citizens’ needs and the citizenry is aware, and responsible, with a sense of ownership for the city.

    ...

  • Smart City Proposal-Panaji
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Panaji. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The vision for Panaji’s development, as defined in the Holistic Master Plan of the city in 2013, has been reiterated in the current consultative process: “Transforming the City of Panaji into a world-class, environmentally sustainable and liveable city for all, while preserving its heritage,...

  • Smart City Proposal-Port Blair
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Port Blair. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    VISION STATEMENT: To make Port Blair a vibrant and Eco-friendly tourist destination, focusing on economic development, efficient urban services, participatory social development and connectivity.

    In case of Port Blair, the (...)  area based development is proposed to be realized through...

  • Smart City Proposal-Imphal
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Imphal. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Based on the vision of Imphal, the following goals and aspirations are envisioned based on the five strategic pillars of the city:

    1. Revitalisation of Central Business District  2.Tourism and Heritage Precincts 3. Smart Mobility 4. Smart Infrastructure 5. Smart Governance

    Imphal...

  • Smart City Proposal-Ranchi
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Ranchi. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Ranchi aspires to be a learning & knowledge hub of Eastern India  that provides sustainable and vibrant environment to its citizens, by addressing their socio-economic needs by leveraging its knowledge institution ecosystem.

    Area based development in Ranchi envisages development of a...

  • Smart City Proposal-Agartala
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Agartala. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Vision Statement: “To become one of the most livable cities of India by improving mobility and to provide inclusive, sustainable and safe environment for social and economic development”.

    Retrofitting and Redevelopment of 2800 acres of CBD area will boost city's image as state capital and...

  • SCP and Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Faridabad. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Vision: Faridabad aspires to be an innovation hub for manufacturing by leveraging its economic strengths and  transforming itself to a cleaner, greener city by introducing smarter way of living.

    The area chosen for an area-based development measures 1267 acres and comprises of sector of...

  • Smart City Proposal Bhubaneswar
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    Annexures
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    Proposed Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Round 1: Smart City Proposal Bhubaneswar. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Bhubaneswar, through participatory decision-making, responsible governance and open access to information and technology, to be a:

    • Transit oriented city with a compact urban form that promotes active, connected and sustainable mobility choices

    • Livable city providing diverse...

  • Smart City Proposal Pune
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Pune. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Leveraging its rich cultural and natural heritage, strong human capital and strong business environment as key strengths, Pune aspires to become one of the most liveable cities in India by solving its core infrastructure issues in a “future-proof” way, and by making its neighbourhoods beautiful...

  • Smart City Proposal Jaipur
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Jaipur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Jaipur Smart City aspires to leverage its heritage and tourism, and through innovative and inclusive solutions, enhance the quality of life of its citizens.

    Area based Proposal: Renewal, revitalization and adaptive reuse of  600 acres walled city area for boosting local...

  • Smart City Proposal Surat
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    Annexures
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    Proposed projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Surat. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    “Smart Utilization of Surat Potential for enhancing Quality of life for the citizens by Providing Equal Access to Best Quality Physical Infrastructure, Social Infrastructure and Mobility; Thus making Surat a Futuristic Global city with focus on enhancing economy, protecting the ecology and...

  • Smart City Proposal Kochi
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Kochi. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The Vision is “to transform Kochi into an inclusive, vibrant city of opportunities with efficient urban services, sustainable growth and ease of living"

    Area Based Solution: A holistic replicable Retrofit Transformation of ~7 sq km of Fort Kochi-Mattancherry-Central City linked by...

  • Smart City Proposal Ahmedabad
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Ahmedabad. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Vision Statement for the Smart City Mission: “PROVIDING EFFICIENT, AFFORDABLE, EQUITABLE AND CUSTOMIZED GOVERNANCE FOR THE CITIZENS OF AHMEDABAD”

    In line with the strategic principles of compact development and inclusive development, the area chosen (for Area Based Development) is a...

  • Smart City Proposal Jabalpur
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Jabalpur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    City Vision: “Transforming Jabalpur into a vibrant regional economic and cultural hub through inclusive urban regeneration, to act as a magnet for investment and new opportunities for the youth.”

    Jabalpur's ABD relies on a financially robust and sustainable, Retrofit cum Redevelopment '...

  • Smart City Proposal Visakhapatnam
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    Annexures
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    Proposed projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Visakhapatnam. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    (The) approach towards the Smart City Plan for Vizag revolves around the vision of creating - "A Resilient and Healthy Metropolis for People". The city of destiny is envisioned to become a leader in sustainability, healthy living, equality and innovation.

    The Area Based Development (ABD)...

  • Smart City Proposal Solapur
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Solapur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Based on the strategic blueprint for Solapur, the two goals that the city shall strive to achieve are: Clean and Efficient. These goals also stand out in the various suggestions and feedbacks received from the citizens and other stakeholders. The agreed vision for the city is: “Solapur: Clean,...

  • Smart City Proposal Davanagere
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Davanagere. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Vision Statement - “Davanagere aspires to be a city where L.I.F.E nestles”.

    L – Livable in Safety and Convenience  ,

    I –  Inclusive,

    F – Financially Vibrant, Futuristic ,

    E – Edutainment, Economic Prosperity and Environmental Friendly.

    The intent is to...

  • Smart City Proposal Indore
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Indore. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Vision Statement - “Imagining Indore to Inherit, Innovate, Include, Incubate and Invest" for "An ideal world-class smart commercial metropolis that thrives on investment opportunities, incubating business and ideas, rich inheritance and inclusive development"

    Area Based Development: "...

  • Smart City Proposal New Delhi
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    Annexures
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    Proposed projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal New Delhi. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    NDMC Vision for Smart City is thus : “To be the Global Benchmark for a Capital City”

    The New Delhi City Centre (NDCC), consisting of Connaught Place and contiguous surrounding areas of approx. 550 acres, has been selected for undertaking the retrofitting model of development, based on...

  • Smart City Proposal Coimbatore
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    Annexures
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    Proposed projects
    The Smart City Challenge Round 1: Smart City Proposal Coimbatore. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Coimbatore will be an INCLUSIVE, SECURE and EFFECTIVELY GOVERNED METROPOLIS that offers the HIGHEST QUALITY OF LIVING for its progressive and  diverse populace by providing UNIVERSAL BEST-IN-CLASS CIVIC SERVICES, enabling SEAMLESS MOBILITY, fostering a DYNAMIC VIBRANT ECONOMY and nurturing CLEAN...

  • Smart City Proposal Kakinada
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Kakinada. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The vision of the city is to “Transform Kakinada from Pensioners’ Paradise to Economic Destination”. A city that is Economically Vibrant, Inclusive, Liveable & Sustainable based on its existing and potential strengths including the Port, Tourism and the Oil & Gas Sector.

    The ideas...

  • Smart City Proposal Belagavi
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    Annexures
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Belagavi. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Belagavi, a thousand year old city with a rich heritage and a mosaic of different communities has a vision of an "inclusive, livable, culturally vibrant city emerging as an eminent destination for health, education, ancillary industry and logistics sectors".    (HEAL City).

    The idea (for...

  • Smart City Proposal Udaipur
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    Annexures
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Udaipur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The Vision that has emerged from the strategy and consultative process is - “Eternal Udaipur: World's favourite Lakeside Heritage City”

    Area Based Development: The plan is to modernise the civic amenities of the area selected while preserving the lakes and heritage which would tie in with...

  • Smart City Proposal Guwahati
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Guwahati. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The Smart city plan envisions the city to establish itself as a Regional Hub for the North East India and a World Class Guwahati City by anchoring and reorienting the city towards its natural assets.

    Retrofitting of Contiguous area of 696 acres of connected water bodies of the city, which...

  • Smart City Proposal Chennai
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Chennai. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    VISION STATEMENT: Chennai_City for Everyone: A universal cultural hub for safe and sustainable living with enhanced mobility, smart urban infrastructure and become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges.

    T Nagar (6.95 sqkm / 1,717 acres) is shortlisted for area...

  • Smart City Proposal Ludhiana
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Ludhiana. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    VISION STATEMENT: “LUDHIANA CITY IN 2025- PROVIDING ENHANCED QUALITY OF LIFE TO CITIZENS ALONG WITH ACCELERATED GROWTH AND SUSTAINED PROSPERITY”

    The proposal delivers smartest practices in the most geographically, economically and socially impactful area of the city. The pilot area would...

  • Smart City Proposal Bhopal
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Bhopal. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The vision for Bhopal has been formulated as: “Transforming Bhopal, a City of Lakes, Tradition& Heritage into a leading destination for Smart, Connected and Eco Friendly communities focused on Education, Research, Entrepreneurship and Tourism”

    Area Based Proposal: Shivaji Nagar...

  • Advisory Note No. 2 Pan City Solutions
    Advisory Note No. 2 on Preparing DPR/RFP for Pan City Smart Solutions. . New Delhi: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    Subject: Preparing DPR/RFP for Pan City Smart Solutions

  • E-Procurement Learning (Self-Paced)

    About this course: E-Government procurement (e-GP) projects are often part of the wider e-government efforts of countries to efficiently and effectively serve their citizens and businesses. E-GP promotes better governance in public procurement by increasing transparency and...

  • Sustainable Urban Land Use Planning (Self-paced)

    About this course: Urbanization is the defining global phenomenon of this century. For the first time in history, more than half the world’s population lives in urban areas. Between 2000 and 2030, in developing countries, the urban population is expected to double, and entire...

  • Energy Efficiency in Cities (Self-paced)

    About this course: The e-learning program has been developed under the City Energy Efficiency Transformation Initiative (CEETI) managed by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) and has benefitted from a collaboration between ESMAP, the World Bank Climate Change...

  • Mobility in Cities
    All change, please: How shifting passenger behavior can improve mobility in cities. EYGM Limited (Ernst and Young), 2016.

    Behavior is critical to mobility. New policies need to capture citizens’ changing transit behavior and social norms. For example, people expect technology to help give them more convenient and cheaper ways to get around their city. The proliferation of smartphones is an example of a key...

  • Smart City Proposal-Ujjain
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    Ujjain _Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge-Round 2: Smart City Proposal-Ujjain. Ujjain Municipal Corporation, 2016.

    The adage 'Culture Binds Communities' can be perfectly applied to Ujjain; there cannot be revitalisation of the urban spaces without the socio-economic enrichment of its citizenry. in the strategic blueprint for Ujjain; the religious & cultural heritage assets are not just being preserved...

  • Proposal
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    Projects
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    Tirupati Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Tirupathi. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    On an average 75,000 pilgrims visit Tirupati daily. The city holds several religious festivals and congregations throughout the year. Therefore the city wants to focus on enhancing already existing spiritual ambience and provide infrastructure for a vibrant, thriving town where the local...

  • Proposal
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    Annexure
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    Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Shivamogga. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Shivamogga wants to become gateway to Malnad, and transform itself into a leading eco tourism destination through green urbanism. Some of its goals are; to optimise water usage through smart metering, to ensure 100% segregation and recycling of solid waste in sustainable manner, to create new E...

  • Proposal
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    Projects
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    Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Hubballi-Dharwad. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Hubballi- Dharwad aspires to be the gateway to southern Deccan region for trade, business and commerce. It intends to achieve this with the spirit if inclusion and citizen empowerment by synergizing the location advantage, technology, infrastructure, manpower resource and smart governance. Some...

  • Proposal
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    Projects
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    Tumakuru Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Tumakuru. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Tumkur wants to transform itself from a mere edge city of Bengaluru to the most preferred destination within the region with a strong focus on economic development and provision of enhanced connectivity, high quality of life, ecological integration and inclusive development.  Provision of basic...

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    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Gwalior., 2016.

    The city of Gwalior wants to comprehensively transform Gwalior through promotion of heritage and cultural assets to create new Economic opportunities and reinforce its strengths in education, health and trade. The focus area on enhancing city identity and culture aims to strengthen Gwalior’s...

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    The Smart City Challenge-Stage 2: Smart City Proposal-Ujjain., 2016.

    Ujjain is one of the oldest living cities of the world and one of the smart and prosperous cities of ancient India recognised for its cultural, political, commercial and educational capital in that era. The proposal aims to rejenuvate this inherent heritage and knowledge potential to make the...

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    Nashik Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Nashik. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Nashik on Godavari River is a city renowned for its cultural heritage and now as the “Wine Capital of India”. It provides diverse cultural lifestyle. It is a part of economically vibrant Mumbai-Pune-Nashik Golden Triangle. Now, it plans to develop itself into a tourism destination by improving...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Thane. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Thane is a city where the waterfront and lakes are interwoven into the tapestry of everyday life of citizens providing them with a distinct urban experience. The city envisions that it will be a city that would make its citizens feel free, comfortable and safe. For this it wants to improve...

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    Nagpur Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Nagpur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Nagpur has chosen for itself formula of “e3i”, where the three “E” stands for making it an eco friendly, edu-city, electronically connected city while “I” is chosen to make it inclusive.Some of the plans to achieve this dream are; to converge Nag riverfront development and Metro rail projects to...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Kalyan-Dombivli., 2016.

    Safe transport with availability of mass movement and a good environment are the key priority issues identified by the citizens and reflected in the proposal.  The city aims to enhance pedestrian pathways especially around railways, provide ample public transport. The city further aims to...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Aurangabad., 2016.

    Aurangabad proposes to be a citizen friendly and socially inclusive Tourism, Heritage and Industrial city with world class infrastructure and safe environment. Safe mobility, more open spaces, non vehicle streets, provision of basic infrastructure are major goals for making the city citizen...

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    Kohima Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Kohima. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Kohima aims to leverage its geo strategic location to foster sustainable and resilient community led development, act as a regional hub for tourism and transit while preserving its natural and cultural assets. The city would prepare its regulatory framework for urban development such as building...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Rourkela. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The city of Rourkela originated and grew in association of The Rourkela Steel Plant; it is spread along the banks of rivers Koel and Sankha and is home to majority of tribal population form Bihar, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and West Bengal. The city wants to focus on...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Jalandhar., 2016.

    The city of Jalandhar aims to be the leading sports and manufacturing hub in Asia. This identity with sports is further extended to its citizens to makethem active and healthy. The city sets for itself 7 goals. The city aims to be inclusive by reinvigorating city spaces, promote sports by...

  • KOTA SCP
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    Kota Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Kota. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    The city of Kota wants to develop itself into a vibrant coaching hub of India providing high quality of life through inclusive social and economic development, enabled by smart infrastructure and good governance. The city plans to set up integrated student facilitation centre, counselling...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Ajmer., 2016.

    Aurangabad proposes to be a citizen friendly and socially inclusive Tourism, Heritage and Industrial city with world class infrastructure and safe environment. Safe mobility, more open spaces, non vehicle streets, provision of basic infrastructure are major goals for making the city citizen...

  • Namchi SCP
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    Namchi Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Namchi. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Namchi envisions being an ecologically responsible and a vibrant community supported by a robust local economy and a zestful cosmopolitan culture; offering an enviable quality of life and lifestyle options that would make it attractive for all its citizens and tourists alike. To achieve this...

  • Thanjavur SCP
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    Thanjavur Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Thanjavur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Thajavur wants to develop as a city with resilient infrastructure, with sustainable environment; it wants to be known as the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu and quaint tourist city set against the backdrop of Hoary Chola Tradition to enhance tourism. The city therefore wants to promote its art...

  • Salem SCP
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    Salem Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Salem. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Salem Smart City wants to establish itself as a commercial cum industrial hub with a diversified economic base that provides equitable opportunities to all. It wants to provide quality services through leading edge technology on the foundation of new urbanism principles. It plans to converge ICT...

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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Vellore. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Vellore smart city proposal combines three vision's; firstly of becoming a Swachh city, secondly a city with improved, responsive and inclusive service delivery and thirdly to be a city that promotes medical, educational and heritage tourism. To achieve its first goal it plans to bring in state...

  • Madurai SCP
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    Madurai Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Madurai. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Madurai Smart city along with fostering its heritage and distinctive character, will provide an all round, enriching and world class experience for its visitors; ensure the physical, economic and social well-being of its citizens through renewal of the urban fabric in a n environment friendly...

  • Kanpur SCP
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    Kanpur Annexure
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Kanpur. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    Kanpur wants to transform itself into an inclusive and vibrant city of opportunities with efficient urban services, sustainable growth and healthy living. The focus would be on cleaning river Ganga and promoting industries and commerce. The city would want to be; sampan by making itself a...

  • Varanasi SCP
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    Varanasi Projects
    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Varanasi., 2016.

    Varanasi, known as one of the oldest cities of India, while positioning itself as the world's cultural and spiritual destination, aspires to leverage its place as the soul of India through inclusive and innovative solutions that enhance quality of life. In order to do this, it prioritises...

  • Amritsar SCP
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    The Smart City Challenge Stage 2: Smart City Proposal Amritsar. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2016.

    With an economy based on tourism, the city aims to accentuate its rich cultural, historical and religious heritage by making it green and vibrant city with world class infrastructure that treasures its rich cultural, historical and religious heritage. Apart from emphasis on basic infrastructure...

  • PMAY MIS User manual
    Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana: MIS User Manual. New Delhi, India: National Informatics Centre, 2016.

    The purpose of this document i.e. User Manual, are:

    1. To provide operating instructions related to the PMAY MIS;
    2. To provide information about the PMAY MIS and problem reporting mechanism;
    3.  To provide PMAY MIS features along with handling and...

  • Cyber risk top Energy Infrastructure
    The road to resilience: Managing cyber risks. World Energy Council, 2016.

    The aggressive nature of cyber threats – and the potential that an attack crosses from the cyber realm to the physical world – requires the energy sector to reconsider how it views and addresses cyber risks. ‘The road to resilience – Managing cyber risks’ is the third report in the series about...

  • Application of Smart Cells to Spatial Plans
    Kim, Dr. Jonghak. Application of Smart Cells to Spatial Plans In KRIHS Special Report 2016. Vol. 33. Seoul, Republic of Korea: Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, 2016.

    The study aims to devise ways of applying smart cell to spatial policies. Smart cell, mobile phone big data, is the minimum unit in which individual spatial information is identifiable in real time.

    Developing countries can use smart cells to build social statistical databases, as such...

  • Walkable Cities Seoul and Singapore
    Walkable and Bikeable Cities: Lessons from Seoul and Singapore., 2016.

    This is the first joint research publication between the Centre for Liveable Cities and the Seoul Institute. The publication offers insights into Seoul and Singapore’s unique experiences in the common journey towards more walkable and bikeable cities. Selected case studies, as well as the...

  • Urban mobility
    Hee, Dr Limin, and Scott Dunn. Creating Liveable Cities Through Car-Lite Urban Mobility., 2016.

    Singapore’s approach to urban mobility has been widely regarded as a policy success story. From curbing private car ownership to improving public transportation services, the government has continually sought to balance the mobility needs of the people with economic growth and a sustainable...

  • Cleaning Singapore
    Cleaning a Nation: Cultivating a Healthy Living Environment In Urban Systems Studies. Singapore: Centre for Liveable Cities, 2016.

    The story often told about the cleaning and greening of Singapore is that it was done mainly for the purpose of attracting international business and investments. In the city-state’s early days as a newly independent country in the late 1960s, Singapore’s rapid industrialisation and economic...

  • Innovative Public Transport
    Adapt Technologies & Consultancy Services India Pvt. Ltd. Innovative Public Transport Information Systems. New Delhi, India: Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, 2016.

    The mode share of buses in Indian cities has been declining over the years. A reason for this is that passengers do not have enough information on bus operations such bus routes, stops and the expected arrival time. This makes the system unreliable forcing passengers to use private modes of...

  • ESRI Case study_San Diego
    Fleming, Cory. San Diego Association Of Governments (Sandag): The Value Of GIS For Regional Collaboration In Esri Smart Communities. Washington DC: International City/County Management Association (ICMA), 2016.

    Since 1966 local governments in the greater San Diego region believe that collaboration is the best way to solve issues and challenges facing their communities. This Esri Smart Communities Case Studies show how GIS technology has been a valuable tool in creating a collaborative environment....

  • Inter Traffic world
    Ybarra, Nicole. Strategic Renovation. IPS Group, Inc, 2016.

    A parking system retrofit in Salt Lake City has improved system reliability and enhanced customer convenience.

  • Sanitation_digitisation
    Toilet Board Coalition. The Digitisation of Sanitation: Transformation to smart, scalable and aspirational sanitation for all. Geneva, Switzerland: The Toilet Board Coalition (TCB), 2016.

    In 2016 the Toilet Board Coalition ran a Feasibility Study to explore the potential role of mobile and digital applications to drive efficiencies and consumer demand in sanitation business models operating in low-income markets. The following questions were at the centre of the inquiry:

    ...

  • persuasion for toilets
    Patimo, Francesco, and Carolyn Jones. 'Get a Toilet': Building demand for toilets. The Toilet Board Coalition (TCB), 2016.

    Sustainable sanitation solutions need to take both infrastructure – the hardware – and cultural barriers and behaviour – the software – into account. This report is about developing demand propositions for sanitation marketing – pulling people towards wanting a toilet in their homes. It’s about...

  • Mapping Sanitation
    Roma, Dr Elisa, and Dr Val Curtis. Mapping Sanitation Solutions: A report in collaboration with LSHTM and DOMESTOS. The Toilet Board Coalition (TCB), 2016.

    This report surveys emerging sanitation solutions, especially from the perspective of sanitation as a business. Having done a horizon scan of 41 approaches drawn from countries in Africa, Asia, South East Asia and Latin America, the writers selected 19 to feature in the report. These were chosen...

  • Future models_Sanitation
    Hague, Jonathan. Building Future Sanitation Models. The Toilet Board Coalition (TCB), 2016.

    This report focuses on understanding how new technologies and future sanitation models may be harnessed to accelerate the goal of increasing access to affordable, hygienic, economically and environmentally sustainable sanitation.

  • Smart Cities Council
    Smart Cities India Readiness Guide. Smart Cities Council, 2016.

    The India Readiness Guide has over 400 pages and total of fourteen chapters. There are more than 80 relevant case studies, with half of them focusing on the Indian context as well as some providing a global perspective. Case studies cited include those from Pune, Delhi, Kolkata, Surat, Jabalpur...

  • Rochecter: Smart solutions
    Building a Stairway Out of Poverty in Rochester: Smarter Cities Challenge report., 2016.

    With some of the highest poverty rates in the U .S., Rochester, New York used its IBM Smarter Cities Challenge grant in 2015 to identify ways to improve the lives of those in need. After visiting the city, IBM experts made a series of recommendations -- from leveraging data for greater insight...

  • Why CCC
    Command & control centers “ Design standards,technology & integration challenges “. Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI), 2016.

    This presentation was presented by Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) from Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI). The presentation gives a compelling depiction of importance of command and control system, its evolution. The design philosophy,...

  • Vizag _CCC
    Command & Communication Center Stakeholders Consultations. Greater Visakhapatnam Smart City Corporation Limited (GVSCCL), 2016.

    This presentation is a part of stakeholders consultation workshop held on 21 Oct 2016. This presentation explains Cm's vision to have a command and control system, journey so far to materialise his dream. It makes an asesment of current state and the steps that need to be taken to reach the...

  • smart city and data privacy
    Kitchin, Rob. Getting smarter about smart cities: Improving data privacy and data security. Ireland: Maynooth University, 2016.

    This report details the development of smart cities and urban big data, highlights the various privacy and security concerns and harms related to the deployment and use of smart city technologies and initiatives, and makes a number of suggestions for addressing trepidations about and ills...

  • State case studies
    State Forward - Best Practices from Our States. New Delhi, India: NITI Aayog, 2016.

    The compilation of this compendium reflects a bottoms-up approach, where States’ representatives were contacted to identify best practices of the model project examples within the States. Each contact person responsible for the implementation of the project has been identified in the NITI Aayog...

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    electronic Vaccine Intelligence Network (eVIN). National Health Mission, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, 2016.

    eVIN (Electronic Vaccine Intelligence Network) is an indigenously developed technology system in India that digitizes vaccine stocks and monitors the temperature of the cold chain through a smartphone application. The innovative eVIN is presently being implemented called across twelve states in...

  • ICT for Development
    ITU), Phillippa Biggs(, John Garrity( Cisco), Connie LaSalle( Cisco), Anna Polomska( ITU), and Dr Robert Pep Cisco). Harnessing the Internet of Things for Global Development. Geneva: International Telecommunication Union, 2016.

    Impactful IoT interventions in development can improve efficiency (achieving similar levels of impact with fewer resources) and/or enhance effectiveness (increasing impact with similar levels of existing resources). In advancing global development, IoT interventions are helping to improve...

  • Design of IOT Systems
    Vijai, Praveen, and Bagavathi P. Sivakumar. Design of IoT Systems and Analytics in the context of Smart City initiatives in India In Procedia Computer Science. Vol. 92. Elsevier, 2016.

    The rapid growth of population and industrialization has paved way for the use of technologies like the Internet of Things which gave rise to the concept of smart cities. India as a developing country has a great prospect in developing technologies to make the cities smart. As urbanization...

  • Framework for water mangement
    Shahanas.K, Mohammed, and Dr.Bagavathi Sivakumar P.. Framework for a smart water management system in the context of smart city initiatives in India In Procedia Computer Science. Vol. 92. Elsevier, 2016.

    The Internet, invention of the century, has completely revolutionized the world and brought people closer to each other than ever before. The advancement in technologies of computing, communication brings the next generation of Internet, Internet of Things. As the population and urbanization...

  • Cloud Management for smart cities
    Quwaider, Muhannad, Mahmoud Al-Alyyoub, and Yaser Jararweh. Cloud Support Data Management Infrastructure for Upcoming Smart Cities In Procedia Computer Science. Vol. 83. Elsevier, 2016.

    This paper presents a novel large scale data management model for future smart cities. The system is exploiting the emerging cloud computing services availability over the globe by processing the collected data at the edge. To handle the large scale requirements in smart city, we introduce a...

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    Digital India Compendium
    Digital India Awards 2016. New Delhi: National Informatics Centre, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), 2016.

    The Government of India has been proactively engaged in seamless delivery of information/services with adoption of best ICT practices. Almost all Government Departments are now utilizing various medium like World Wide Web and Smart phones in making their services integrated and accessible to...

  • vizag Housing presentation
    Presentation on Housing for All: Demand Assessment and Verification of Applications online., 2016.

    This presentation presents the change in status quo in dealing with the housing sector by use of technology.  It further discusses how Online collection of Applications through Mee Seva - Online Citizen Service Centres of A.P., the new website, use of aadhar, GIS mapping simplified the process...

  • i3 reccomendations
    8th India Innovation Initiative 2016: Review and Recommendations. Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), 2016.

     India Innovation Initiative - i3, a flagship innovation challenge jointly-promoted by the CII, the Department of Science, & Technology, Government of India and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), has been selecting a set of high-impact innovators from across the country and...

  • Inonation_undp
    Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals In Spark, Scale, Sustain., 2016.

    In 2014, UNDP, with the generous support of the Government of Denmark, established an Innovation Facility to improve service delivery and support national governments and citizens to tackle complex challenges.

    The report ‘Spark, Scale, Sustain’ shares UNDP’s approach to innovation, over...

  • innovations review undp
    Innovation for 2030 In 2015 Year in Review. New York: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 2016.

    In 2014, UNDP, with the generous support of the Government of Denmark, established an Innovation Facility to improve service delivery and support national governments and citizens to tackle complex challenges.

    The UNDP Innovation Facility’s second annual Review focuses on 62 initiatives...

  • Maharashtra_ ODF_technological solutions
    The Change Makers, Making Maharashtra ODF and Clean In Documentation of Innovative Practices. Urban Development Department, Government of Maharashtra, 2016.

    Since the launch of Swachh Maharashtra Mission (Urban) in 2015 by the Government of Maharashtra, the cities have shown dedicated efforts in promoting the mission and increasing their own capacities towards the realization of this goal. Maharashtra proudly hosts 52 open defecation free cities...

  • Ahmedabad Traffic Management
    Ahmedabad Traffic Management And Information Control Centre: Operations Document. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to...

  • Delhi Urban Transport
    Delhi National Urban Transport Helpline Operations Document. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to...

  • Guwahati Transport
    Guwahati Traffic Management & Information Control Centre And National Urban Transport Helpline: Operations Document. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to achieve...

  • Mumbai urban transport
    Mumbai National Urban Transport Helpline: Operations Document. Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Government of India (GoI) has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) with support of Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Bank (WB). The primary objectives of SUTP are to apply National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP) to...

  • NUTH
    Operations Document For National Urban Transport Helpline (NUTH). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The National Urban Transport Helpline (NUTH) Operations Document has been developed as a part of the Sustainable Urban Transport Project (SUTP) undertaken by the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations...

  • TMICC
    Traffic Management and Information Control Centre (TMICC). Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2016.

    The Traffic Management and Information Control Centre (TMICC) Operations Document has been developed as a part of the GEF-Sustainable Urban Transport Project (GEF-SUTP) undertaken by the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India with support from Global Environment Facility (GEF...

  • IoT for Smart Cities
    Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things. International Telecommunication Union (ITU), 2016.

    Recommendation ITU-T Y.2060 provides an overview of the Internet of things (IoT). It clarifies the concept and scope of the IoT, identifies the fundamental characteristics and high-level requirements of the IoT and describes the IoT reference model. The ecosystem and business models are also...

  • Traffic Management Plan
    Errampalli, Madhu, and Ravinder Kayitha. Traffic Management Plan for Port Blair City, India. Transportation Research Procedia, 2016.

    The population of Port Blair has steadily grown at about 6.5% per annum but it fell down to 0.62% per annum in the last decade. However the population of vehicles has increased at an average of 12% per annum and road infrastructure has not been able to keep pace with the increasing vehicular...

  • PPP in IT
    Guidance Notes For IT PPP Projects In Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, 2016.

    This document is advisory in nature and aim to sensitize the bid management teams on good practices and harmonize/standardize the RFP clauses and terms & conditions. All the deliverables of the assignment “Preparation of Model Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Toolkit and Guidance Notes for...

  • Compendium on Public Governance
    Compendium of Innovative Practices in Public Governance and Administration for Sustainable Development. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), 2016.

    This Compendium of Innovative Practices in Public Governance and Administration for Sustainable Development explores three shifts in government-society interactions that have had significant impact on public administration and public service . These are the (i) demand for more people-centered...

  • Open governance
    Open Governance in the Smart City. Smarticipate, 2016.

    Open Governance in the Smart City was developed in the framework of the EU funded Horizon 2020 research project smarticipate. Through eleven cases – 9 European and 2 non-European cities - the report provides an overview of the variety of approaches local governments and communities can take to...

  • Data Management
    Dambruch, Jens, Andreas Stein, and Veneta Ivanova. Innovative Approaches to Urban Data Management using Emerging Technologies . Real Corp, 2016.

    Many characteristics of Smart cities rely on a sufficient quantity and quality of urban data. Local industry and developers can use this data for application development that improves life of all citizens. Therefore, the handling and usability of this data is a big challenge for smart cities. In...

  • Cities and Citizen
    Vogt, Marek, and Peter Fröhlich. Understanding Cities and Citizens: Developing Novel Participatory Development Methods and Public Service Concepts . Real Corp, 2016.

    The European Commission (EC) aims to facilitate bottom-up initiatives to speed up economic growth. For that it is necessary to empower citizens and businesses. Open data is key to this, as easy access to the right data opens the door for them to contribute as active and efficient actors in...

  • Digital India_ Command Service Centre
    Implementation Guidelines for the Project “CSC 2.0- A way forward. New Delhi, India: Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India, 2015.

    This document is intended for State Governments/UT Administrations and District Administrations as guidance for executing the Common Services Centre (CSC) 2.0-A way Forward in the States/UTs. The document describes CSC 2.0 along with its objectives, governance mechanism, role and...

  • ICT deployment and strategies for smart cities
    ICT Deployment and Strategies for India's Smart Cities: A Curtain raiser., 2015.

    As cities in India gear up and draw plans for the honourable PM’s 100 Smart Cities program, this report on ICT Guidelines for Smart Cities is an accompaniment to the Smart City Mission Guidelines document released by the Ministry of Urban Development. It attempts to draw attention to and outline...

  • Innovation Friday: Finding Smart Solutions (The Potential & Risk of ICT)
    Innovation Friday: Finding Smart Solutions (The Potential & Risk of ICT)
    Innovation Friday: Finding Smart Solutions (The Potential & Risk of ICT)

    The India Smart Cities Challenge is a competition for municipal leaders and their partners to promote economic opportunity in India, improve governance, and produce better results for urban residents.

    In this webinar, participating cities hear from Anthony Townsend, urban planner and...

  • Top Ten Urban Innovations
    Top Ten Urban Innovations. Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum, 2015.

    People continue to be drawn to cities by the economic, social and creative opportunities they offer; large cities are more productive than rural areas, producing more patents and yielding higher returns on capital. McKinsey estimates that the world’s top 100 cities will account for 35% of global...

  • Reference Framework for Smart Cities
    Bhattacharya, Shrimoyee, Sujaya Rathi, Sonali Anusree Patro, and Niepukhrie Tepa. Reconceptualising Smart Cities: A Reference Framework for India Compendium of Resources. Bangalore: Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP), 2015.

    This report argues that the larger notions of sustainability and good governance encompass the overarching goals of smart cities across the globe. Technology, especially Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an important enabler in attaining sustainability and good governance....

  • New Urban Mobility
    Towards New Urban Mobility: The case of London and Berlin., 2015.

    The report ‘Towards New Urban Mobility: The case of London and Berlin’ provides insight into how urban transport policy can better leverage new and emerging mobility choices in cities. Drawing on the LSE Cities/InnoZ household survey of 1,000 residents each in Berlin and London, it investigates...

  • Water for Development
    Jägerskog, Anders, and Torkil Jønch Clausen. Water for Development: Charting a Water Wise Path. Stockholm: Stockholm International Water Institute, SIWI, 2015.

    Water is crucial for human sustenance, health and dignity; as a driver for business; for food and energy security; and for the ecosystems upon which our societies and continued development depend. For this report, we have invited a wide range of experts with different perspectives on water and...

  • Cape Town KPMG Report
    Exploring the Benefits of Technology to Government and Society: A study of Thomson Reuters Aumentum in the City of Cape Town, South Africa. Delaware, United States of America: KPMG International, 2015.

    The City of Cape Town has leveraged Thomson Reuters technology in the Valuations Department to enhance its operations, promote productivity and increase data accuracy. The new technology has allowed the City of Cape Town to:

    • Reduce turnaround time for valuations by 75% – from 20...

  • Smart City Mission Statement and Guidelines
    Smart City Mission Statement and Guidelines In Smart Cities Mission Guidelines. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India, 2015.

    The purpose of the Smart Cities Mission is to drive economic growth and improve the quality of life of people by enabling local area development and harnessing technology, especially technology that leads to Smart outcomes. Area-based development will transform existing areas (retrofit and...

  • A short film highlighting worldwide best practices and the opportunities for India's cities.
    A short film highlighting worldwide best practices and the opportunities for India's cities.
    India's Smart City Challenge

    A short film highlighting worldwide best practices and the opportunities for India's cities.

  • Smart Maps for Smart Cities
    Smart Maps for Smart Cities. Dalberg Global Development Advisors, 2015.

    This is an independent study conducted by Dalberg Global Development Advisors in association with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and supported by Google, from September 2014 to April 2015. Smart Maps are critical tools to accelerate progress toward India’s social and economic...

  • Smart Cities Framework for India
    Integrated ICT and Geospatial Technologies: Framework for 100 Smart Cities Mission. New Delhi: NASSCOM, International Youth Centre, 2015.

    The Integrated ICT and Geospatial Technologies Framework for the 100 Smart Cities Mission has been developed with the aim to demystify the role of ICT in developing Smart Cities. The framework tries to capture and address the issues & needs of all stakeholders including citizens and...

  • Sustainability
    Byeon, Seongjoon, Gyewoon Choi, Seungjin Maeng, and Philippe Gourbesville. Sustainable Water Distribution Strategy with Smart Water Grid In Sustainability — Open Access Journal. Vol. 7. Basel, Switzerland: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2015.

    Many problems that are encountered in regards to water balance and resources management are related to challenges of economic development under limited resources and tough competition among various water uses. The development of major infrastructure like airports in remote areas that have...

  • CLC urban solutions 6
    Active Mobility In Urban Solutions, Issue 6. Singapore: Centre for Liveable Cities, 2015.

    Our cities are progressing away from automobile-centred transport systems and towards greener, more active modes of transportation such as walking and cycling. Coined “Active Mobility” by the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), this forms the special focus of this issue’s URBAN SOLUTIONS.

    ...

  • ICT in Urban Services
    ICT in Urban Services In Compendium of Global Good Practices. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs, 2015.

    Technological advancements have changed the way we think of urban and spatial planning. The inclusion of conventional elements with modern technologies is allowing this field to advance at a rapid pace. The use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in urban and spatial planning has...

  • Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in Indian Cities
    Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in Indian Cities In Compendium of Good Practices. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs, 2015.

    The Compendium on ‘Good Practices in Water Supply and Sanitation in Indian cities’ seeks to showcase select good practices across a variety of sub-themes in the water and sanitation sector. The objective of this Compendium is to draw insights on underlying success factors and contextual nuances...

  • Urban Water Supply
    Urban Water Supply In Compendium of Global Good Practices. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs, 2015.

    In an effort to fill the critical knowledge gaps for efficient service delivery in Indian cities, a number of good practices from across the globe have been compiled to address specific issues in the areas of water supply, sanitation, solid waste management, urban mobility, and the incorporation...

  • Presentation by NASSCOM-on Smart Solutions 
    Presentation by NASSCOM on Smart Solutions ., 2015.

    The presentation provides in insight into probable ICT interventions in Smart Cities, their solutions and impacts in different sectors such as Governance, Water, Waste Management, Safety, Transport, Energy, Healthcare and Education.  

  • Presentation on Smart Solutions in developing ICT frameworks
    Presentation on Smart Solutions in developing ICT frameworks by Mr. Rajeev Kumar (JS-M/o E & IT). New Delhi: Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, 2015.

    The presentation highlights the Digital India programme that aims to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. It briefly describes the nine pillars of the Digital India programme:

    1. Broadband highways
    2. Universal Access to phones
    3. Public...

  • elearning
    E-Learning Portal for Swachh Bharat (Urban)., 2015.

    One of the key objectives of the Swachh Bharat Mission is to ensure its sustainability by strengthening the capacities of the stakeholders, by familiarizing them with new concepts in the field of sanitation and waste management.This portal draws from the leading practices in sanitation sector...

  • ICT solutions 21 century
    SMARTer2030 ICT Solutions for 21st Century Challenges. Brussels, Belgium: Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), 2015.

    SMARTer2030: ICT Solutions for 21st Century Challenges is the third report that builds on the understanding of how interdependent we are across countries, industries, and cultures. Our findings show an ICT-enabled world of 2030 that is cleaner, healthier and more...

  • Trai_Smart Cities
    Bansal, Sanjeev. Smart Sustainable Cities- Policy and Regulatory Issues for India. New Delhi, India: Telecom Regulatory authority of India, 2015.

    The main goal for a Smart Sustainable City is to enhance the quality of life of the citizens across multiple, interrelated dimensions, including the provision and access to water resources, energy, transportation and mobility, education, environment, waste management, housing and livelihoods,...

  • open data guide
    Council, Smart Cities. Smart Cities Open Data Guide. Smart Cities Council, 2015.

    Citizens today are demanding more accountability from their government. They want to see how their tax dollars are spent. They want to put a stop to waste and bolated beaureacracies. And they want their civil servants to be like the clerk at the convenience store around the corner – ready to...

  • /Intelligent_Water_System_for_Smart_Cities
    Mizuki, Fumio, Kazuhiro Mikawa, and Hiromitsu Kurisu. Intelligent Water System for Smart Cities. Hitachi , 2015.

    Japan is rich in water resources with little experience of water shortages. Internationally, however, examples can be seen both of locations where lack of water is a physical phenomenon and where it is an economic
    one, and it is predicted that water shortages will become more severe as...

  • Readiness report Smart City Council
    Smart Cities Readiness Guide. Smart Cities Council, 2015.

    This document was assembled with input from many of the world’s leading smart city practitioners – the members and advisors of the Smart Cities Council. It will help you create a vision for the future of your own city. Equally important, it will help you build an action plan to get to that...

  • Smart water for Aurangabad
    Mundhe, Manisha, Pallavi Pandagale, and Amin Khan Pathan. Smart Water for Aurangabad City. India: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2015.

    Cities are expecting dramatic population growth and so it will need new and intelligent infrastructure to meet the needs of their citizens and businesses. The water provided by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is not sufficient for the use of citizen. This project  considers the water...

  • A brighter future for Children in Brazil
    Connecting Brazil’s Children to a Healthier Future. Cisco, 2015.

    There are not enough pediatricians to care for the world’s children. Pediatric subspecialists in particular are in short supply globally. Read in the case study lfrom Council Lead Partner Cisco about a pilot in a small state in Northeast Brazil that used collaboration and cloud technologies to...

  • Connecting India to disconnect poverty
    Connecting India to Disconnect Poverty. Qualcomm Wireless Reach, 2015.

    Connecting India to Disconnect Poverty is a project using 3G tablets and an innovative mobile application to improve the operational efficiency of microfinance institutions to support low-income borrowers. This Qualcomm Wireless Reach case study gives more about it. 

  • Rock hilll efficiency
    Innovation Improves Efficiency and Quality of Municipal Services. ABB Inc, Tropos Wireless Research Center, 2015.

    Automatic meter reading (AMR) technology deployed in Rock Hill, South Carolina allows city police officers to spend two more hours per day in the field. City officials looking for ways to get their police officers more time on the streets and less in the office will be interested in this case...

  • Addressing Water Scarcity
    Freedman, Jon, and Colin Enssle. Addressing Water Scarcity Through Recycling and Reuse: A Menu for Policymakers. GE Ecoimagination, 2015.

    This policy review, a white paper from Council Lead Partner GE, provides a valuable starting point for governments to evaluate the appropriate mix of policies that will best fit their needs as they work to expand their water recycling and reuse programs. It offers policy options as well as...

  • Infrastructure Control
    Sowell, Tim, and Johanne Greenwood. Smart Cities: Strategic Focus on Real-time Infrastructure Control Systems. Schneider Electric, 2015.

    Complex legacy city infrastructures present an obstacle for cities struggling to provide better service to their citizens. And often governments focus on IT while operational technology is overlooked. This Schneider Electric white paper examines the importance of a strategic approach to real-...

  • Solid waste technology_Ecube
    ECube labs: Case Study City of Seoul. Ecube Labs, 2015.

    Seoul’s problem with seemingly constantly overflowing public trash bins seemed insurmountable no matter how many times waste was collected during the day. The solution the city government chose was Clean Cubes from Council Associate Partner...

  • ICT for disaster reduction
    City of Calgary: Using Data to Predict and Mitigate Floods. California : OSIsoft, 2015.

    Spring rains and snowmelt pour into the rivers and reservoirs that feed the Calgary’s water supply. As a result, downtown businesses and residents are faced with unpredictable floods that could do millions of dollars of damage. Read in this case study why the city turned to the PI System from...

  • Smart water_west Monroe
    The Case for Smart Water. West Monroe, 2015.

    The need for increased spending paired with decreasing base water use, source of supply issues, and tighter regulations is proof that the water industry is in significant disarray. In the white paper linked below, West Monroe...

  • Ballarat, Australia: Managing local waste resources effectively. IBM, 2015.

    As a recipient of a IBM Smarter Cities Challenge grant in 2014, the city of Ballarat in New South Wales, Australia sought ideas from IBM experts on innovations that could help manage local waste resources effectively while reducing reliance on the landfill and strengthening the regional economy...

  • Safer communities_Verizon
    Building Smarter and Safer Communities. Verizon Enterprise, 2015.

    The safety of both officers and citizens depends on real-time situational awareness and immediate contact with colleagues and support personnel. Learn in this case study linked below how Council Lead Partner Verizon worked with...

  • data cloud_urban Institute
    Making Urban Data Usable Via Cloud Technology. The Urban Institute, 2015.

    Urban Integrated, [ui!] -- a Council Associate Partner -- has developed a cloud-based application that processes traffic-relevant data. The solution built on Microsoft Azure analyses the sensor data transmitted by traffic...

  • Technology for City Services
    Greenberg, Sherri R.. Using Innovation and Technology to Improve City Services. Washington DC: IBM Center for The Business of Government, 2015.

    Created by the IBM Center for the Business of Government, Using Innovation and Technology to Improve City Services studies emerging trends in the innovative services that smart cities offer and the ways that the cities themselves are adapting to create those services. It presents six key...

  • ICT and Mobility
    Connecting Cities: Mobility -- Unlocking Potential in Emerging Markets. MasterCard Enterprise Partnerships, 2015.

    Connecting cities: Emerging markets report from Council Lead Partner MasterCard was developed to kickstart a dialogue about taking collaboration and new partnerships in urban mobility and development to the next level and to ensure...

  • E_records
    Kanaiwa Hospital's Non-Stop Network Supports Electronic Health Record System., 2015.

    When Kanaiwa Hospital in Kanazawa, Japan, decided to introduce a comprehensive electronic health records system, it needed a smooth transition from its old paper record-keeping as well as a "non-stop" network to support the new system. The case study...

  • Urban mobility
    Intelligent Connectivity for Seamless Urban Mobility. San Francisco: Qualcomm Wireless Reach, 2015.

    This white paper from Arup, in collaboration with Council Lead Partner Qualcomm, examines intelligent connectivity as it applies to urban mobility: how people and things move through cities.  As the authors state, enabling effective...

  • spatial network for smart cities
    OGC Smart Cities Spatial Information Framework. Open Geospatial Consortium, 2015.

    Location information can provide valuable insight that smart cities can use to improve the lives of citizens. The Open Geospatial Consortium Smart Cities Spatial Information Framework provides guidance on planning and implementing open spatial standard architectures, which are key to driving...

  • Nagahama_ICT case study
    Allied Telesis. Nagahama City Hall.  Allied Telesis, 2015.

    Nagahama City, Japan, wanted to reduce ICT costs and simplify network operation and management. As part of an upgrade they planned to converge their information and digital telephony systems onto a single network. Read in this case study how utilizing the Allied Telesis Management Framework (AMF...

  • Kansas smart metering case study
    Renovating the Grid and Revitalizing a Neighborhood., 2015.

    At its best, the smart grid interweaves diverse technologies to form a seamless whole, like a tightly woven piece of cloth. As the grid modernizes, Kansas City Power & Light (KCP&L) is using its Smart Grid Demonstration Project to show how distribution systems such as advanced metering...

  • Energy Technologies
    Harnessing New Generation and Storage Technologies for the Grid. Department of Energy, United States of America, 2015.

    Chicago may be known as the windy city, but Texas is increasingly becoming the wind-powered state. With the largest wind-generation capacity in the country and wind speedsreaching 80 miles per hour in some areas, Texas is increasingly building and operating wind turbines to power the grid. Smart...

  • Maine energy case study
    Smart Meter Investments Yield Positive Results in Maine. Department of Energy, United States of America, 2015.

    Since 2009, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the electricity industry have jointly invested over $7.9 billion in 99 cost‐shared Smart Grid Investment Grant (SGIG) projects to modernize the electric grid, strengthen cybersecurity, improve interoperability, and collect an unprecedented...

  • GIz innovative solutions
    Moving Innovation Forward In Case Studies: 10 Sustainable and Inclusive Business Models. GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH), 2015.

    Recognizing the importance of inclusive innovation, GIZ has partnered with CII-CESD under the MSME Umbrella Programme to improve capacities of key actors in the innovation system that seek to foster the innovative capacities of MSME and strengthen the innovation systems around them. Central goal...

  • IT and skill development
    KPMG. Human Resource and Skill requirements in IT and ITes (2013-17), (2017-22). New Delhi, India: National Skill Development Centre, 2015.

    Minister of State launched the Human Resource and Skill Requirement reports across 24 sectors in India which will serve as the baseline for all skill development initiatives being planned across the country. The idea behind the Skill Gap Studies is to understand which sectors are likely to face...

  • telecommunications
    Human Resource and Skill requirements in Telecommunications Sector (2013-17), (2017-22). New Delhi, India: National Skill Development Corporation, 2015.

    Minister of State launched the Human Resource and Skill Requirement reports across 24 sectors in India which will serve as the baseline for all skill development initiatives being planned across the country. The idea behind the Skill Gap Studies is to understand which sectors are likely to face...

  • Data Cloud and Water Management
    How the Cloud is Revolutionizing the Future of Water Utility Management. Badger Meter, Inc, 2014.

    Web-based software services, more commonly called cloud computing or Software as a Service (SaaS), are being implemented globally by users in virtually all types of organizations, including manufacturing, government, services, retail, and water utilities. Cloud software services are bringing...

  • Urban Solutions 5 CLC
    World Cities Summit 2014 In Urban Solutions, Issue 5. Singapore: Centre for Liveable Cities, 2014.

    Oxfam recently reported that 85 individuals control as much wealth as the poorer half of the world’s population, or 3.5 billion people. These startling figures come in the wake of rising inequalities of wealth and income in both developed and developing countries.

    Inequality is a hot...

  • digital dimensions of smart city
    Patašius, Martynas, and Irena Patašienė. Digital dimension of smart city: critical analysis In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 156. Elsevier, 2014.

    The analyses of publications show unclear differences between the definition of a digital city and a smart city. The critical analysis of references allows us to define the role of a digital dimension of a smart city. A deeper analysis of the concept of smart social systems shows that many...

  • Water resilient smart Grids
    Mutchek, Michele, and Eric Williams. Moving Towards Sustainable and Resilient Smart Water Grids In Challenges. Vol. 5. Basel, Switzerland: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2014.

    Urban water systems face sustainability and resiliency challenges including water leaks, over-use, quality issues, and response to drought and natural disasters. Information and communications technology (ICT) could help address these challenges through the development of smart water grids that...

  • Smart City Surveillance networks
    Top 14 Best Practices for Building Video Surveillance Networks. Allied Telesis Inc, 2014.

    The shift from analog to Internet Protocol (IP) surveillance cameras has changed the way that video surveillance systems are built. Instead of running lengths of coax cable from multiplexers out to cameras, an IP-based surveillance system involves plugging the cameras into an Ethernet Local Area...

  • Baaru LED energy saving
    Bauru Scores Big with GE LED Signals. GE Lighthings, 2014.

    The Brazilian municipality of Bauru -- where soccer superstar Pelé grew up -- takes on high maintenance costs, crash safety and energy savings all in one brilliant play. Read in the case study from Council Lead Partner GE...

  • Green Button
    Balijepalli, Dr. V. S. K. Murthy. Green Button: India Smart Grid Task Force. India Smart Grid Task Force, 2014.

    This presentation describes the iinitiative by India Smart Grid Task Force that  enables electricity customers to download and transmit their own energy usage information in a standard consumer- and computer-friendly format. Green Button is a standard that enables consumers to access and share...

  • ICT for water management
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    ICT for water management1
    Advisor, ITU Cristina B.. Partnering for solutions: ICTs and smart water management In Smart Sustainable Cities, Montevideo, Uruguay, 11-14 March 2014. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation, 2014.

    Today, information and communication technologies (ICTs) have become pivotal in everyday life. Though there are many initiatives designed to enhance water sustainability, efficiency and accessibility via ICTs to address the water crisis, there is still a need for standardization and proper ICT...

  • Smart water mangement
    Gemma, Paolo, Ziqin Sang, Amanda Mc Intosh, and Angelica V. Ospina. Smart water management in cities. International Telecommunication Union (ITU), 2014.

    By promoting the coordinated development and management of urban water, SWM allows cities to strengthen institutional capacities, while striving to improve the sustainability of its natural resource base, particularly with respect to water and the environment. However, careful design and proper...

  • National Innovation Council
    Council, India Innovation. National Innovation Initiatives (2010-2014). New Delhi, India: India Innovation Council, 2014.

    Innovation involves thinking differently, creatively and insightfully to create solutions that have an impact in terms of social and economic value.

    National Innovation Council (NInC) setup under the Chairmanship of Mr. Sam Pitroda, Adviser to the PM on PIII to discuss, to analyse and...

  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation for Public Service Excellence. New York: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 2014.

    Governments around the world are grappling with societal challenges that are acting as a brake on sustainable economic growth, leading to inequality and instability in society, and impinging upon the general well-being of their population.

    Social innovation is a response to these...

  • GIZ mobile education
    Landscape Review Mobile Education for Numeracy. GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH), 2014.

    This GIZ-commissioned landscape review focuses on mNumeracy interventions in early grades in low income countries. A search of the internet and academic journals, and correspondence with contacts within the mNumeracy space, resulted in the unearthing of a total of only 24 projects (from 12...

  • ICT and Climate Change
    Resilient pathways: the adaptation of the ICT sector to climate change., 2014.

    The objectives of this report are to explore the impacts of climate change on the information and communication technology (ICT) sector and the potential for adaptation, including the need for new standards to be developed. Climate change has risen rapidly up the agenda of international...

  • ICT and water
    Partnering for solutions: ICTs in Smart Water Management. International Telecommunication Union (ITU), 2014.

    Today, information and communication technologies (ICTs) have become pivotal in everyday life. Though there are many initiatives designed to enhance water sustainability, efficiency and accessibility via ICTs to address the water crisis, there is still a need for standardization and proper ICT...

  • ICT plan Nairobi
    Technology, Nairobi Ministry o. The Kenya National ICT Masterplan. Ministry of Information Communications and Technology, Nairobi, 2014.

    Access to information is crucial for socio-economic growth. Information and communication technology (ICT) offers a powerful tool that, if deployed equitably, can ensure citizens are empowered and Government can deliver services more effciently, effectively and in a transparent and accountable...

  • Vancouver Digital Strategy
    City of Vancouver: Digital Strategy., 2013.

    This document presents the City of Vancouver’s Digital Strategy. It provides background on the current state, the results of the consultation process, the goals and objectives, the strategy’s digital initiatives, and a road map for action plans.

  • Science and Technology Policy
    Science, Technology and Innovation Policy 2013. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, 2013.

    India has declared 2010-20 as the ''Decade of Innovation". The government has stressed the need to enunciate a policy to synergize science, technology and innovation and has also established the National Innovation Council (NInC). The STI Policy 2013 is in furtherance of these pronouncements. It...

  • Biogas bottling
    The first Biogas Bottling Plant towards commercialization in India – A success story. New Delhi, India: Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, 2013.

    Under technology demonstration of new RDD&D Policy of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), the Ministry took up a new initiative for bottling of biogas to demonstrate an Integrated Technology - package in entrepreneurial mode on medium size mixed feed biogas-fertilizer plants (BGFP)...

  • Nigerian National ID card
    Nigeria National ID Card. MasterCard, 2013.

    At the May 2013 World Economic Forum on Africa, the Nigerian National Identity Management Commission and Council Lead Partner MasterCard announced the planned issuance of 13 million National Identity Smart Cards as a pilot program....

  • Sarvajal case study
    Sarvajal Case Study, Ahmedabad, India. Les marches, France: SEVEA - Synergie pour l'Echange et la Valorisation des Entrepreneurs d'Avenir, 2013.

    Piramal Sarvajal, seeded by the Piramal Foundation in 2008, is a mission driven social enterprise which designs and deploys innovative solutions for creating affordable access to safe drinking water in underserved areas. Sarvajal is at the forefront of developing technologies and business...

  • Smart London Plan
    Smart London Plan: Using the creative power of new technologies to serve London and improve Londoners’ lives. London: Greater London Authority, 2013.

    Since its formation in March 2013, the Smart London Board has been advising the Greater London Authority. It is defining a vision for a smarter London and a tangible path to integrate opportunities from new digital technologies into the fabric of London. This Smart London Plan is the initial...

  • GIZ social protection
    GmbH), GIZ(Deutsche. A Smart Card Solution for India’s Public Distribution System (PDS) In How Rashtriya Swathya Bima Yojana’s information technology can improve benefit delivery under the PDS. GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH), 2013.

    One of the largest programmes is the Public Distribution System (PDS), India’s only safety net – designed to improve food security through the provision of subsidised commodities. Since the 1960s, the PDS has distributed grains, sugar and kerosene to help households meet their consumption needs...

  • Traffic Management System
    ITS Toolkit for Traffic Management System. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India, 2013.

    The techniques of trafc management are the frst line of acton adopted in order to regulate and control the vehicular trafc flow for safety and effciency of trafc operaton in a city. The traffic management is generally carried out as per available ground situatons without making any major...

  • E-Governance and ICT
    Compendium of Innovative E-government Practices, Volume V. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), 2013.

    As information and communication technologies (ICTs) are dramatically changing the lives of people around the world, governments must come to grips with finding solutions that will increase public value to their citizens.

    The main objective of developing the UN/DESA Compendium of...

  • Smarter 2020
    GeSI SMARTer 2020: The Role of ICT in Driving a Sustainable Future. Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), 2012.

    GeSI's SMARTer2020 report demonstrates how the increased use of information and communication technology (ICT) such as video conferencing and smart building management could cut the projected 2020 global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 16.5%, amounting to $1.9 trillion in gross energy and fuel...

  • Climate Change communication
    Seeds of Knowledge: Contributing to Climate Change Solutions. United Nations Environment Programme, 2012.

    This booklet is a compilation of 24 lessons learned from the 17 UN Joint Programmes funded by the MDG-F with a focus on the environment and climate change. Each lesson learned is a history at the country-level of the challenges faced and the successes achieved in protecting the environment. Each...

  • Tender SURE Project Report
    Government of Karnataka Project Tender S.U.R.E. Report. Bangalore: India Urban Space Foundation, 2012.

    Project Tender S.U.R.E. (Specifications for Urban Road Execution) is about getting the urban road right. Every urban road in Bagalore and other cities of India, is an example of chaos of traffic, broken footpaths, hanging cables, clogged drains, overflowing sewage, and haphazard street lights,...

  • ICTs Climate Change
    Finlay, Alan, and Edith Adera. Application of ICTs for Climate Change Adaptation in the Water Sector: Developing country experiences and emerging research priorities., 2012.

    The potential of information and communications technologies (ICTs) to help communities adapt to climate change is increasingly being recognised. This book investigates this potential in the water sector. It includes theoretical considerations for project decision making, regional explorations...

  • NEMMP
    National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020. New Delhi, India: Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Government of India, 2012.

    The National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020 is one of the most important and ambitious initiatives undertaken by the Government of India that has the potential to bring about a transformational paradigm shift in the automotive and transportation industry in the country. This is a...

  • Data Sharing
    National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NSDAP). New Delhi, India: The Gazette of India, 2012.

    The National Policy will increase the accessibility and easier sharing of non-sensitive data amongst the registered users and their availability for scientific, economic and social developmental purposes. Detailed Policy document will be prepared within six months. All the data holding...

  • water sharing knowledge online_undp
    Online sharing of Water and Sanitation Knowledge. United Nations Development Programme, 2012.

    The relative scarcity of learning material and the need for ways to assist orientation towards knowledge sharing material is a major challenge. Another challenge is the relative scarcity of overviews or synthesis studies. Both reviews point to the traditional ways of publishing information and...

  • Geoinformatics applications Disaster management
    Geoinformatics Applications in Disaster Management: Training Module. New Delhi, India: National Institute of Disaster Management, 2012.

    This training module on Geoinformatics Applications in Disaster Management has been prepared for developing the capacity of technical professionals and disaster managers to optimally use Space Technology, Remote Sensing & GPS, GIS coupled with internet mapping services to manage disasters in...

  • Crowd management
    Post Guidelines: Crowd Management, Intervention, and Control., 2012.

    These guidelines provide information for law enforcement agencies to consider when addressing the complexities and broad range of issues related to crowd management. For the purposes of these guidelines, the general term “crowd management” encompasses the management, intervention, and control...

  • National telecom Policy
    National Telecom Policy - 2012. New Delhi, India: Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications and Technology, Government of India, 2012.

    Today, India is one of the fastest growing telecom markets in the world. The unprecedented increase in teledensity and sharp decline in tariffs in the Indian telecom
    sector have contributed significantly to the country’s economic growth. Besides contributing to about 3% to India’s GDP,...

  • Public Administration
    Compendium of Innovative E-government Practices, Volume IV. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), 2012.

    In the face of increasing demands on governments to become more effective and efficient, coupled with a need to pay more attention to user needs, governments have been forced to rethink their approach to service delivery.

    Although many countries have implemented one-stop portals, online...

  • Use of ICT for Effective Urban Governance and Service Delivery in India
    Use of ICT for Effective Urban Governance and Service Delivery in India: A Selection of Cases. Hyderabad: Administrative Staff College of India, 2011.

    This compendium published by Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) and CISCO presents selective cases on the use of ICT for effective urban governance and service delivery in India.

  • TERI NAsscom Energy ICT
    Sustainable Tomorrow: Harnessing ICT PotentialRapid., 2011.

    TERI and Nasscom worked jointly to develop this Whitepaper with recommendations put forth by over 70 industry members and government stakeholders. The initiative seeks to promote the role of ICT in enabling Indi's actions on Climate Change ans sustainable Development.

    The TERI-NASSCOM led...

  • EU_ ICT in energy
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    ICT in Energy_ toolkit
    The contribution of ICT to Energy Efficiency: local and regional initiatives. European Union, 2011.

    Implementing energy efficiency initiatives harnessing ICT: A toolkit for local and regional authorities is compartmentalised into eight sections of practical guidance based on crosscutting themes are presented in the toolkit. These themes are those likely to have relevance for authorities...

  • Making room for a Planet of Cities
    Ange, Shlolmo, Jason Parent, Daniel L. Civco, and Alejandro M. Blei. Making Room for a Planet of Cities In Policy Focus Report. Cambridge, USA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2011.

    The authors document the results of a five-year study of global urban expansion, initiated in 2005 with a grant from the World Bank that resulted in the report, The Dynamics of Global Urban Expansion (Angel et al. 2005). That initial phase of the study focused on analyzing and comparing...

  • ITU
    ICT as an enabler for smart water management. ITU-T Technology Watch Report, 2011.

    Smart water management has become a key policy issue for the 21st century, as a growing number of factors are impacting the delivery of already scarce fresh water to millions of people. Economic growth, seasonal climatic conditions and rising population are all affecting availability of water...

  • ICT and energy summary
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    ICT and energy
    The contribution of ICT to energy effciency: local and regional initiatives. Belgium: European Union, 2011.

    The toolkit focuses on energy efciency and sustainability initiatives for topics that are likely to be relevant to most local and regional authorities in terms of their
    common areas of responsibility and their assets. Te initiatives all utilise ICT in some way — with the ICT element...