BIM and GIS will be a game-changer in planning, designing, and executing the smart city projects. In the next three decades, the number of people living in cities will double, and this growth will require the construction of thousands of new buildings, roads, and other infrastructures. BIM fits perfectly in Smart City projects and will...
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India’s Metro Trail
The total length of operational metro projects in India presently stands at about 440 km and is growing. Cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Gurugram, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow and the Delhi National Capital Region (NCR) where they are already operational, are simultaneously adding on to their existing route networks.
Digitisation will bring down O&M cost
Prakash Kumar Chandraker, Vice President & Managing Director, Energy Business, Schneider Electric, says that expansion of digitalisation in the metro rail space will benefit their customer as it would substantially reduce their operation and maintenance (O&M) costs in terms of the quantum of support they need.
Closing India’s water loop
India's fragile and finite water resources are depleting, while the multi-sectoral needs of water from sustained economic growth (over 8 per cent) will further increase demand for water with supporting dynamics like increased energy and consumption.
ABB factory to manufacture power distribution products
The facility was inaugurated by Sanjeev Sharma, Managing Director of ABB in India in the presence of other dignitaries and customers from various sectors. ABB has been present in Nashik since 1978 manufacturing state of the art medium-voltage power products.
BIG Data The New Oil
The ability to harness and store large volumes of data to enable future services and add extensions to current services to improve can only be achieved with big data.
Mitigate payment-related risks to make infrastructure sustainable
I think in many sectors the policies are conducive. The most recent example is the Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Project, where IFC was the lead public-private-partnership (PPP) transaction advisor. We helped structure the bidding process to include a three-tiered payment security mechanism.
City Infra Outlook and Development plan
In the recently concluded Smart Cities workshop-City Infra Outlook and Development plan-by the Smart Cities Council India, decision makers and solution providers closely examined what Solapur should do in order to enable a vibrant city operating platform.
Our contribution to IRE has doubled in 2 years
Cyient is a global rail engineering solutions provider with over 25 years of rich engineering heritage. We partner with rolling stock original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and rail signalling providers, enabling them to effectively design, build and maintain assets and efficiently realise projects for the Indian Railways.
By year-end, 85-90percent treated wastewater will flow into Ganga
NJS Japan was established in 1951; we started with small projects in India and developed a DPR (detailed project report), so earlier when JICA requested them to go to India and do a DPR, NJS was doing some business by that time.