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.
Most large-scale infrastructure projects today are increasingly going the public-private-partnership (PPP) way. Technology and governance are key enablers in shaping the way forward for PPPs, while data-driven outcomes are critical because these projects need to generate value-for-money, be innovative and attain operational efficiency in a defined time frame.
The new aviation policy has brought in a lot of forward-looking changes to boost the slumping aviation industry; these changes have been made to make the industry more dynamic and lucrative for all the players and to level the playing field. One of the major changes which have been welcomed by the smaller airlines is that, prior to the policy change, an airline needed to have 20 planes and five years of local operations to fly overseas.
Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati, Minister of Civil Aviation, has said that the government has taken a number of initiatives to make tourism affordable and accessible to the international traveller. He was speaking at a plenary session on Â‘Core Infrastructure for TourismÂ’ at the Incredible India Tourism InvestorsÂ’ Summit organised by the Ministry of Tourism in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry and the Tourism Finance Corporation of India.
It provides a fillip for promotion of regional air connectivity. AAI will examine the feasibility of developing AAIÂ´s balance non-operational airports factoring the changed environment and the need for regional and remote area connectivity. For the non feasible, non-operational airports, other potential uses are being explored.
Established in 1996, Angelique International Limited has grown into a an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) giant with a turnover now nearing $350 million, undertaking turnkey projects in power, water, irrigation and agriculture sectors as well as industrial projects in international markets of Africa, Middle East, Latin America and South East Asia.
Panish PK, appointed Regional Sales Director, Bosch Power Tools for India & SAARC, has taken over as the new business head of the organisation. Panish will focus on overseeing sales of power tool products in India & SAARC, with a vision for the organisation, which is to get closer to the customers by providing compelling value proposition and customised solutions for both the markets.