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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Moving beyond Smart Cities
An estimated 30 people will leave rural India for urban areas every minute during the next 20 years. At this rate, in the next two decades, most Indian cities are likely to double their size in terms of population and more than double in area.
The total investment required in urban transport works out to roughly about Rs.1 lakh crore per year for the next 20 years. It is important to find appropriate ways and means to be able to generate this kind of investment.The next phase of IndiaÂ´s growth is predominantly dependent on planned urbanisation and the key to planned urbanisation is robust.
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Although all changes that are proposed are meant to be improvements in schedule, cost or performance of projects, another universal truth is that thereâ€™s many a slip between the cup and the lip.