In the first phase of the project, about 1200 High Definition and Ultra High Definition cameras are expected to be deployed over 200 traffic junctions.
India’s core digital sectors accounted for about $170 billion – or seven per cent of GDP in 2017-18, said the report titled “Digital India: Technology to transform a connected nation”.
With the aim to streamline video conference meetings inside courtrooms and in chambers of judges in remote locations, Delhi High Court has implemented a telepresence system from Cisco.
Siemens has launched a new web-based application which reveals the readiness and potential of six major cities to embrace digitalization and develop new ways of living, working and interacting.
In last four years, technology has penetrated deeply in Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, becoming the key differentiators and one of the most powerful instrument project monitoring and delivery.
By expediting the implementation and focusing on the minuscule “gaps” in implementation itself, large-scale IT project in Public Sector could be delivered on time and under budget
To promote cyber security and data privacy in the smart cities, Pune Smart City in collaboration with DSCI will be conducting a Cyber Security Hackathon and release a cyber security policy.
Microsoft India partnered with The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) to deploy Microsoft’s Project Sangam to train functionaries and officers across India on Swachh Bharat e-Learning Portal.
Linking the Transformation of Aspirational Districts Programme with India’s pursuit of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the NITI Aayog is organizing a conference on implementation of SDGs in Aspirational Districts.
The Government of Maharashtra has partnered with Haptik to develop a chatbot for the purposes of effective information dissemination, as part of the Right to Services Act of 2015.