India's evolving smart city paradigm is taking shape now as people will slowly start seeing the contours of what a smart city looks like. Following citizen consultations with more than 2.4 million people, 100 cities are now implementing concepts such as smart roads, smart solid waste management, solar rooftops and smart schools, to name a few. Also, leveraging IoT has become the key to designing these cities. The country's evolving mobility play and architecture will impact the lifestyle of the citizens in a huge way. To add to it, how India is now in the radar as a hotspot for new age technologies such as EVs, Hyperloop and Pod Taxis. Mint and Danfoss together will deep dive into the opportunities and challenges faced by 'India's changing urban landscape'.

Jun 21 2018. 11 46 PM Thu

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to challenges cities face today, said panellists at the 'Danfoss-Mint Transformation Agenda' on urban infrastructure...

Jun 21 2018. 11 15 PM Thu

India's future lies in creating carbon-neutral cities, says Danfoss India's Purushothaman

With the fast pace of urbanization across India and the world, adopting carbon-neutral technologies and offering innovative solutions for sustainable living could provide new business...

Jun 06 2018. 10 44 AM Wed

How new-age infrastructure projects are redefining India

The rising aspirations and needs of citizens are driving India towards new-age infrastructure where "SMART" is the byword. Almost every new infra project, be it public or private, coming up in the country is bringing in elements...

Jun 06 2018. 10 43 AM

My dream is that people will soon zoom on smart highways: Nitin Gadkari

Nitin Gadkari, minister for road transport and highways, said his dream project of smart highways is progressing in the right direction. Smart roads, he said, will be green, pollution-free and tolling will be based on the...

Jun 05 2018. 06 38 PM

Inclusive agenda key win for smart cities programme

After four rounds of competitive bidding, 99 cities, with an aggregate population of nearly 99.4 million, were selected to implement the Smart Cities programme, which was launched in 2015. Today, these are in various stages of implementation..

May 30 2018. 01 05 AM

India turns hot spot for global firms offering smart mobility

India's quest for smart mobility has made the country a hot spot for international companies to offer their latest technologies such as pod taxis, hyperloop, electric vehicles, cable cars and ropeways. One such firm, skyTran, is a Nasa technology...


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