Frost & Sullivan's Visionary Innovation team will host a panel discussion on the Smart Cities of India. The team of experts includes Archana Vidyasekar, team leader, Ayush Kachru, associate consultant and Lux Rao, country leader - HPE Future Cities & CTO - Technology Services, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. The panelist will lead a discussion on key findings, followed by a live Q&A session.
Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan
Country Leader - HPE Future Cities & CTO - Technology Services
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
You Will Discover:
It is projected that urban India will contribute about 75% of the national GDP in the next 15 years. With the rapid rate of urbanization and depleting resources, it is essential for India to rethink its strategy to see how it can best optimize the capabilities of its physical infrastructure.
By leveraging global best practices in smart city development and ICT (Information and Communication Technology), India is in a unique position to leapfrog a few stages of growth to become a global superpower.
In 2015, the Indian government announced an ambitious plan to develop 100 smart cities, with a commitment of spending $7.27 billion over the next five years. The infrastructure overhaul would include creating intelligent transport systems, smart grids, smart waste management, and smart water grids/solutions.
In this presentation, we will look at the roadmap for Indian smart cities, along with the anticipated challenge of meeting capex requirements and the dire need for devising innovative business models to make “Smart Cities in India” a success story.
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