• TRACK 1 - ENERGY

    Cities are a major contributor To CO 2 emissions. There are challenges for improving efficiencies and increasing production of alternate energy from renewable sources; achieving zero carbon philosophy

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  • TRACK 2 - TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONS

    Covering the aspects like Technologies Suiting Smart Cities, Big Data, M2M & IoT, E- Commerce, Mobile Applications ,Cloud , Sensors

  • TRACK 3 - COLLABORATIONS & PPP MODEL

    Covering topics like Opportunities in Collaboration ,Opportunities in PPP Model , Tourism , Water Sanitation and Sewarage , Infrastructure , Social Innovation

  • TRACK 4 - ENVIRONMENT

    Covering topics like A Regulatory Policies , Waste disposal , Energy Solutions , Climatically Changes , Green Technologies

  • TRACK 5 - URBAN PLANNING

    Covering topics like Challenges in Urban Planning , Latest Innovations for supporting planning , Urban Regeneration , Track Ãâ‚" Mobilty , Mobility Solutions , Intelligent Transport System , Warehouse and Storage Houses , Mobility Management

  • TRACK 6 - GOVERNANCE

    Covering topics like E- Governance , Innovative Governance Models , Funding Options , Economic Development

  • TRACK 7- MANAGEMENT OF EMERGENCIES DISASTERS & SECURITY

BRIEF FEATURES OF SMART CITY & AMRUT

Sabke Saath Sabka Vikas
An initiative by CMAI Association of India www.cmai.asia

BRIEF FEATURES OF SMART CITY & AMRUT

Honorable Prime Minister of India cleared that Smart City Mission and AMRUT (Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation.) for 500 Cities with significant..... Budget outlays.
India's Economy is expanding rapidly and making a steady shift from Rural to Urban. India population is expected to rise 600 Million by 2031.Government has rightly anticipated an ambitious Smart City Programme and AMRUT for better living standard.
Smart City and AMRUT uses Digital Technology or Information and Communication Technologies to enhance quality and performance of urban Services, to reduce cost and resource consumption, and to engage more effectively and actively with its Citizens.
The focus will be on core infrastructure services like adequate and clear water supply, sanitation and solid waste management, efficient urban mobility and public transportation,affordable house for poor, power supply, robust IT connectivity, Governance, especially e-governance citizen participation.

MAJOR AREAS TO COVER

 
  • Innovation in Industries, Clusters, Districts of a City.
  • Knowledge Workforce: Education and Employment.
  • Creation of Knowledge-Intensive Companies.
  • Transport
  • Energy / Utilities
  • Protection of the Environment / Safety.
  • Administration services to the Citizen.
  • Participatory and direct democracy.
  • Services to the citizen: Quality of life.

 

SYNERGIES WITH OTHER NATIONAL PROGRAME

 


  • Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation(AMRUT)
  • Initiative to develop Urban Towns and Cities by developing Municipal reforms and providing aid to the State Government and ULBs.
  • Creating economically productive, efficient, equitable and responsive Cities. By upgrading the social economic infrastructure.

Relevant in smart city- India needs balanced focus in term of creating/upgrading City infrastructure and leveraging ICT and Geospatial Technologies by services like water/energy/public transportation/road/sewage/education/healthcare/services/safty/governance and citizen.

  • Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY)
  • Conserving Historic and Cultural resources.
  • Development of Urban Developmental issues, such as local economy, urban planning, livelihood, service delivery and infrastructure.
  • 12 Cities selected for under HRIDAY

Relevant in smart city- Holistic improvement of Cities through advancement in technologies can be leveraged for improvement City subsystem to improve quality of life of stakeholders, improve cleanliness and other relevant dimension.

  • Swachh Bharat Mission(SBM)
  • National Campaign for clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country provisioning of household toilet, community toilet, and solid waste management and changing behavior regarding health and sanitation practice.

Relevant in smart city-ICT and Geospatial Technologies plays an important role by providing visibility of City sanitation/waste bin, resource optimization, efficient asset/fleet management, efficient maintenance management ,route planning for waste management, segregation planning, air quality measurement.
City sanitation will be use mobile and web channel

ICT AND GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES FRAMEWORK UNDER SMART CITY

ICT and Geospatial Technology (GT) play an important role in improving quality of life of citizens improving business infrastructure and reducing impact on environment. ICT enabled and stakeholder collaboration with smart and integrated planning/efficient service delivery/e-governance/citizen participation/new business model and finance mechanisms/disruptive innovation and technology leapfrog/social inclusion/job creation. There are 4 major focus areas:

1. PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

 
  • ENERGY:

a) Electricity:
Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Power generation
  • Transmission
  • Distribution
  • consumption

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Analytics
  • Demand response programme
  • Electric SCADA
  • Subtraction automation
  • Feeder automation
  • energy simulation for renewable
  • grid energy storage
  • self healing grid
  • system monitoring and control
  • large customer profiling and loading management solution energy service management
  • smart meters
  • network mapping and consumer indexing
  • feed-i mechanism
  • smart system
  • decentralized energy generation
  • electric infrastructure management(EIM)
  • grid equipment overloading solution
  • smart streetlights
  • Power quality device.

b) Gas:
Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Extraction
  • Transportation
  • Storage
  • Distribution
  • Consumption

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Analytics
  • Gas distribution management solution with SCADA(supervisory control and data acquisition)
  • Leakage sensors
  • Smart meters on gas grid
  • Multi channel refill booking
  • Gas infrastructure management

 

  • WATER:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Water sources and extraction storage
  • Purification distribution
  • Consumption
  • Discharge and treatment

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Analytics
  • Water infrastructure management
  • Automate ground access approval process
  • Ghost pipe detection system
  • Leakage sensor
  • Outage management system
  • Water pressure optimizer
  • Real - time hydraulic modeling water distributions tool
  • Water waste water SCADA
  • Mapping and modeling of water distribution assets and network
  • Online hydrology maps
  • Smart meters
  • Water booster pump system
  • Water quality meters
  • Water supply analytics
  • Sensors in sewer line infrastructure
  • WASTE:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Waste generation
  • Waste handling ,sorting and storage
  • Waste collection and Transportation
  • Waste segregation
  • Waste disposal

ICT-GT ENABLERS:

  • Online platforms
  • Analytics
  • Crowd-sourcing
  • Sensor based waste collection
  • Automated waste collection system
  • GPS devices and sensors on waste truck
  • Sensor based sorting
  • Pollution sensor
  • Energy simulation(Waste to Energy)
  • Analytic-based landfill management
  • Integrated asset management solution
  • Business process automation
  • Workforce and resource management
  • City performance management
  • Integrated command and operations center
  • Geospatial dashboard
  • MOBILITY/TRANSPORTATION:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Consumer demand
  • Fist/Last mile connectivity
  • Transit station
  • Backbone transport system
  • Backbone infrastructure

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Bicycle sharing system
  • Business process automation
  • Geospatial-enabled efficient transport system
  • Dynamic carpooling/car sharing
  • GPS-based tracking and route information of public transport
  • Integrated asset management solutions
  • Integrated command and operations center
  • Integrated transit hubs
  • Public surveillance
  • Road user charging
  • Single fare card
  • Smart parking
  • Smart toll
  • Smart traffic lights
  • Video analytics-based surveillance
  • Workforce and resource management
  • Efficient incident management
  • Freight ICT services
  • REAL ESTATE:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Land use planning
  • Developing
  • Planning
  • governance

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Infrastructure management
  • Critical infrastructure protection
  • Airport and transit security
  • Utilities to ensure uninterrupted (27x7) services.
  • Sensitive installations both government and private
  • Large crowed areas
  • Geospatial technology based applications for detection and warning and assessment and rapid response
  • Geospatial-enabled efficient transportation system
  • Electric infrastructure management
  • Gas infrastructure management
  • Water infrastructure management
  • Reporting and analysis
  • Incident management
  • Motion video exploitation
  • Mobile workforce management
  • Law enforcement record management
  • Disaster management
  • Air quality check
  • Water quality check
  • Climate change
  • Online payment
  • Case management
  • Lease management
  • Land use transport model
  • Satellite imagery

2. SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

  • HEALTH:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Urban society and public heath
  • Primary health care
  • Secondary heath care
  • Tertiary heath care

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Analytics
  • Geospatial technology –based database
  • Electronic health record
  • Online data base
  • Online data base with real- time information
  • Emergency medical service solution
  • Smart healthcare card
  • Tele-medicine
  • Medical simulation
  • Population heath management

 

  • EDUCATION:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Setting of smart education curriculum
  • Teacher recruitment
  • Student enrollment
  • Teacher and learning
  • Learning out com.

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Education analytics
  • Teacher and student performance management solution
  • Online trainings(e-Learning)
  • Curriculum management solution
  • Smart classroom
  • Biometric attendance system with SMS alerts to parents
  • e-Books
  • CCTV-based surveillance
  • GPS tracking in buses
  • Online Centralized admission system
  • Video conferencing lectures
  • Collaborative learning platforms
  • School management system
  • Online recruitment
  • SAFETY CULTURE:
  • Safety city
  • Safe city police
  • Smart public safety and security

 

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Urban society and planning
  • City surveillance
  • Incident detection and analysis
  • Response to incident
  • Recover and rehabilitate
  • Case registration and investigation

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • CCTV surveillance
  • Cyber security tools
  • Education analytics
  • Intelligence management solution
  • Online database
  • Advanced IT systems
  • Smart classroom
  • Community volunteer networks platform
  • e-Books
  • Panic buttons in public places
  • Remote FIR centre
  • Video analytics-enabled integrated command and control centre
  • Integrated response and emergency services
  • Collaborative learning platforms
  • Workforce and resource management system
  • Integrated command and operation centre
  • SoS mobile application
  • Help line
  • Training and capacity building.
  • SMART CITIZEN SERVICES:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Access to internet and online services
  • Citizen engagement and participatory process
  • Citizen service delivery

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Newer technology
  • Integrated multi channel customer interface
  • Digital libraries
  • Online trainings and capacity building
  • Public Wi-Fi

3. ENVIRONMENT

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Monitoring
  • Analyze Hazard And Assess Risk
  • Raise Alert/Advisory
  • Respond To Emergency
  • Take Long Term Action
  • CLIMATE CHANGE:

Main Components of Ecosystem:

  • Weather Monitoring Stations with Advance Technology
  • Pollution
  • Disaster Management
  • City Specific

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Weather Monitoring Station With Advance Technology
  • Analytics
  • Integrated Risk Management Plan
  • Hedge Climate Risk
  • Multiple Channel Risk Alert
  • Resilience Plan
  • Adaptation Plan
  • Emergency Preparedness And Recovery
  • Seismic Stations With Advance Technology
  • Satellite Analysis
  • Seismic Instrumentation And Regional Tsunami Watch Centers
  • Wireless Sensor
  • Statistical Methodologies And Probabilistic Models
  • Rigorous Laws And Regulations, Automated Processes
  • Wireless Sensor Network
  • Urban Flooding Solutions

4. GOVERNANCE

 

Main Components of Ecosystem:
  • City Governace,Operation And Maintains
  • Public Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Integrated Operation And Command Centre Citizen Services
  • Policies
  • Municipalities
  • Operations
  • City Specific

ICT-GT Enablers:

  • Business Process Automation
  • Multi channel Citizen Services
  • City performance Dashboard
  • Integrated Asset Management Solutions
  • Integrated Command And Operations Centre
  • Multi-Channel - Citizen Communication and Workforce and Resource Management.

ALLOCATION OF SMART CITY AND AMRUT TO STATES

 


  • More Power given to participating States to priority wise what they need and it will through MP'S of the States.
  • Total 100 Cities under Smart City.
  • Total covering 500 Cities under AMRUT (Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation) and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.

State/UT

No. of Smart City

Selected City

No. of AMRUT

Population of cities

Andaman & Nicobar Island

1

1.Port Blair

 

1,40,572

Andhra Pradesh

 

3

1.Vishakhapatnam
2.Tirupati
3.Kakinada

 

31

3,74,260
3,74,260
3,50,986

Arunachal Pradesh

1

1.Pasighat

 

24,656

Assam

1

1.Guwahati

 

9,62,334

Bihar

 

3

1.Muzaffarpur
2.Bhagalpur
3.Biharsharif

27

3,93,724
4,10,210
2,96,889

Chandigarh

1

1.Chandigarh

 

10,55,450

Chattishgarh

2

1.Raipur
2.Bilaspur

10

10,47,389
3,65,579

Daman &Diu

1

1.Diu

 

23,991

 

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

1

 

1.Silvassa

 

 

98,032

 

Delhi

1

1.New Delhi Municipal Council

1

2,49,998

Goa

1

1.Panaji

 

 

1,00,000

Gujarat

6

1. Gandhinagar
2. Ahmedabad
3. Surat
4. Vadodara
5. Rajkot
6. Dahod

 

31

2,92,797
55,77,940
44,67,797
17,52,371
13,23,363
  1,30,530

Haryana

2

1. Karnal
2. Faridabad

 

19

3,02,140
14,14,050

Himachal Pradesh

1

1. Dharamshala

 

  22,580

Jharkhand

1

1.Ranchi

 

10,73,427

Karnataka

6

1. Mangaluru
2. Belagavi
3. Shivamogga
4. Hubballi- Dharwad
5. Tumakuru
6. Davanegere

21

4,84,785
  4,88,292
  3,22,428
  9,43,857
  3,05,821
  4,35,128

Kerala

1

1. Kochi

18

6,01,574

Lakshadweep

1

1. Kavaratti

 

11,210

Madhya Pradesh

7

1. Bhopal
2. Indore
3. Jabalpur
4. Gwalior
5. Sagar
6. Satna
7. Ujjain

 

19,22,130
21,95,274
12,16,445
11,59,032
  2,73,296
  2,80,222
  5,15,215

Maharashtra

10

1.    Navi Mumbai
2.    Nashik
3.    Thane
4.    Greater Mumbai
5.    Amravati
6.    Solapur
7.    Nagpur
8.    Kalyan-Dombivali
9.    Aurangabad
10. Pune

37

11,19,000
14,86,000
18,41,000
 1,24,00,000

  7,45,000
  9,52,000
24,60,000
15,18,000

11,65,000
31,24,000

Manipur

1

1.Imphal

 

2,68,243

Meghalaya

1

1.Shillong

 

 

3,54,325

Mizoram

1

1.Aizawl

 

2,91,000

Nagaland

1

1.Kohima

 

1,07,000

Odisha

2

1. Bhubaneshwar
2. Raurkela

19

 

8,40,834
3,10,976

 

Puducherry

 

1

 

1.Oulgaret

 

 

 

3,00,104

Punjab

 

3

1. Ludhiana
2. Jalandhar
3. Amritsar

 

17

6,18,879
8,68,181
11,55,664

Rajasthan

4

1. Jaipur
2. Udaipur
3. Kota
4. Ajmer

 

30

30,73,350
4,75,150
10,01,365
5,51,360

Sikkim

1

1. Namchi

 

12,190

Tamil Nadu

 

12

1.Tiruchirapalli
2. Tirunelveli
3. Dindigul,
4.  Thanjavur,
5. Tiruppur,
6. Salem,
7. Vellore,
8. Coimbatore,
9. Madurai,
10. Erode,
11. Thoothukudi
12. Chennai

33

9,16,674
4,74,838
2,07,327
2,22,943
8,77,778
8,31,038
5,04,079
16,01,438
15,61,129
4,98,129
3,70,896
67,27,000

Telangana

 

2

1.Greater Hyderabad
2.Greater Warangal

 

15

67,31,790

8,19,406

 

Tripura

1

1. Agartala

 

 

4,00,004

 

Uttar Pradesh

12

1. Moradabad
2. Aligarh
3. Saharanpur
4. Bareilly
5. Jhansi
6. Kanpur
7. Allahabad
8. Lucknow
9. Varanasi
10. Ghaziabad
11. Agra
12. Rampur

54

8,87,871
8,74,408
7,05,478
9,03,668
5,05,693
27,65,348
11,12,544
28,17,105
11,98,491
16,48,643
15,85,704
3,25,313

Uttarakhand

1

1.Dehradun

 

 

5,83,971

West Bengal

4

1. New Town Kolkata
2. Bidhannagar
3. Durgapur
4. Haldia

28

36,541 
6,33,704
5,71,000
2,72,000

 

* Jammu & Kashmir has asked for more time to decide on the potential cities)
* 12 cities have been shortlisted from Uttar Pradesh against 13 cities nominated for Smart City project

20 SMART CITIES NAMED IN FIRST SMART CITY LIST

 


  • Bhubaneswar (Odisha)
  • Pune(Maharashtra)
  • Jaipur(Rajasthan)
  • Surat (Gujarat)
  • Kochi(Kerala)
  • Ahmadabad(Gujarat)
  • Jabalpur(Madhya Pradesh)
  • Visakhapatnam(Andhra Pradesh)
  • Solapur(Maharashtra)
  • Davangere(Karnataka)
  • Indore(Madhya Pradesh)
  • New Delhi Municipal Council
  • Coimbatore(Tamil Nadu)
  • Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh)
  • Belgaum (Karnataka)
  • Udaipur(Rajasthan)
  • Guwahati (Assam)
  • Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
  • Ludhiana(Punjab)
  • Bhopal(Madhya Pradesh)

ITU STANDARDS INTERNET OF THINGS IN SMART CITIES

 


  • ITU member have established a new ITU-T Study Group 20: IoT and its application including Smart City and Communities) by TSAS responsible for international standardization requirements of Internet of Things (IoT) Technology, it Machine to Machine Communications and Ubiquitous sensor Network. And it expected to connect more than 50 billion devices to Network by year 2020.
  • IoT Technologies give opportunity to transform city infrastructure, benefiting from the efficiencies of intelligent buildings and transportation systems, and smart energy and water network.
  • It aims to Urban Development challenges to placing ITU’S Technical expertise at the service with efficient collaboration between public and private sector as well as the National and Metropolitan Administrations.
  • Network of IOT Technologies will be influential in functioning and promoting the development of the highly efficient systems of systems that will help helps bridge the digital divide and enable more Connected World.

 

 

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