Nispana gears up for 4th edition of Smart Cities India conference 2018 from 6-7 September in Bangalore
Indian government launched the flagship of “100 Smart Cities Mission” in 2015, but any particular model was not prescribed. Each city has to formulate its own concept, plan, vision and mission ensuring the entail development of basic infrastructure. Post this flagship Indian cities are growing at an unprecedented pace. The progress towards accomplishing the objective of 100 smart cities by 2020 has unmistakably turned out to be sluggish owing to inaction, a deficiency of skill building and technical training, and above all else the nonexistent security structure. It is now a challenge to keep infrastructure intact and cater to the millions that now consider these cities their home. Against this backdrop, INR.48,000 crore and INR 50,000 crore earmarked for Smart Cities Mission and AMRUT respectively are essential steps taken by the Government to develop urban infrastructure.
Mobilization of funds & Smart cities financing has become a challenge for urban local bodies, hence it is vital for Central and State Government, Investors, urban local bodies, technology players, private companies and stakeholders to collaborate towards the success of Smart Cities Project.
There is a need for creating & building urban cityscape and framework applying global best practices while looking at the local realities and the challenges addressed with a holistic approach. The cities selected under the Smart city initiative are looking to promote themselves as investment & manufacturing hubs to increase the local job opportunities.
Understanding these complexities, Nispana is working on the 4th Annual Sustainable Smart Cities conference. While this summit will mainly focus on the overarching picture and the construct of cities, it will also provide a platform for knowledge dissemination, bring the respective leadership from other cities to share best practices and collaborate with technology & service providers to prospect business opportunities.
The Sustainable Smart Cities is the major Smart City event in the India. After the success of last 3 editions of our SSCI conference, we are delighted to announce the 4th edition in Bangalore. More than 30+ top-class speakers and over 20+ exhibitors from all over the world gather to discuss a broad range of smart city themes and to showcase new technology, and innovative smart city solutions addressing the urban challenges that most cities and communities are facing today.
Summit Speakers Include:
- Dr. Rajendra Jagtap – CEO, Pune Smart City
- Mr. R. Srinivas – Head Metropolitan Division, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs
- Mr. Anirban Chaudhary – VP Infrastructure, Andhra Pradesh & Defense Electronics Park
- Ms. Reena Suri – General Manager, Smart Grid Forum
- Dr. Sudhir Krishna – Chairman, Bureau of Indian Standards Committee on Smart Cities
- Mr. Sushil Kumar – DDG Internet of Things, Ministry of Communications & IT
- Rajesh Phadke – Chief Architect & Planner, Gujarat GIFT City
- Dr. Amitabh Kundu – Distinguished Fellow Research and Information System, Developing Countries India
- Brijgopal Ladda – Director – Urban Practice, CRISIL
- Jagan Shah – Director, National Institute of Urban Affairs
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