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Anup Mathew, Senior VP and Business Head, Godrej Construction: Lean construction is an emerging project management paradigm

Anup Mathew, Senior VP and Business Head, Godrej Construction: Lean construction is an emerging project management paradigm

Covid-19 pandemic is rapidly changing consumer behaviour, and the real estate and construction industry need to accelerate the use of technology to improve its productivity, says Anup Mathew, Senior Vice President and Business Head, Godrej Construction. India’s infrastructure sector is witnessing huge development, especially after the Indian government’s intense focus on modernising the nation’s infrastructure across various...

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Digitalisation of the Rail Industry

Digitalisation of the Rail Industry

India is investing heavily to scale up the current legacy systems to the new generation technologies, whether it is digitalisation initiatives, TCAS or ETCS or the CBTC-based technologies.

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2018 will be a year of job stability

2018 will be a year of job stability

Though ubernisation is invading the Indian job market, Sudeep Sen, Head of Industrial and Manufacturing Vertical, TeamLease Services believes that e-commerce, logistics, IoT (Internet of things) and manufacturing are the sectors which will create the maximum number of jobs in India and these sectors will see about 18-20 per cent increase in jobs from the present state.

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We offer open- and closed-loop ticketing systems

We offer open- and closed-loop ticketing systems

Mangal Dev, Head of Hitachi Rail Systems Co, India & South Asia Region feels that inadequate attention to planning, availability of funding and the need to expand the availability of skilled manpower are key challenges facing the metro rail projects in India.

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Smart Cities: Financing Challenges

Smart Cities: Financing Challenges

In the next five years, special purpose vehicles (SPVs) will be spending around Rs.1,631 billion on projects conceived under area-based development and Rs.388 billion on pan-city development.

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Making buildings energy-efficient

Making buildings energy-efficient

We all know that everything from sunlight, the wind, ambient temperature, air quality, humidity and time of sunrise/sunset to the topography of a commercial building invariably affect how we use heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) system and lighting.

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