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Suburban residents often face challenges receiving reliable and accessible bus transit - riders often complain about infrequent schedules and long waiting times. Often, transit agencies are unable to provide additional buses because population density in such areas is usually low.

On-demand transit (ODT) is an innovative transportation approach that enhances the accessibility and quality of service while reducing operating costs.

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The government’s smart cities goals may be admirable, but progress towards this ideal has been slow – possibly because the vision is too broad and undefined. In the meantime, basic service delivery challenges are mounting across the country, many of which could be addressed quickly and relatively easily by harnessing internet of things (IOT) technologies.

Defining smart cities

The slow progress towards smart cities could be due in part to how broad the concept is. For example, does the term smart city relate to a particular size of settlement, to the pervasiveness of the technology, or to particular technologies in use?

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One of Chandigarh’s key goals within its smart city initiative is to bolster safety and security, enhance the efficiency of municipal services, and elevate the overall quality of life for its residents. To realise these aspirations, a resilient ICT infrastructure has been established to facilitate digital applications, ensuring the smooth operation of essential city functions, city management, surveillance, emergency response systems, and real-time monitoring of services and critical city indicators across various government departments. This article sheds light on the capabilities that Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has developed during the implementation of the Chandigarh Smart City Project (ICCC).

The key objective of the Integrated Command and Control Centre is to establish a collaborative framework where input from different functional departments of Chandigarh Municipal Corporation and other stakeholders such as transport, water, fire, police, etc. will be assimilated and analysed on a single platform; consequently, resulting in aggregated city level information. Further this aggregated city level information can be converted to actionable intelligence, which would be propagated to relevant stakeholders and citizens.

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Regarding the new challenges and new technologies, the Minister of Digital Governance emphasized that the first one is the climate crisis, we must find ways to act proactively, to be proactive in advance

“What are the cities of tomorrow? Are cities simply “smart”, equipped with technology? In my opinion, they are human cities. This should be kept in mind when planning the next moves». With these words, the Minister of Digital Governance, Dimitris Papastergiou, began his greeting at the start of the conference 12th Future of Cities Conference 2024, which takes place today, representing Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

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Investing in a Sustainable Urban Future through Smart Cities is not just a visionary concept but a pressing necessity in today’s rapidly urbanizing world. As cities continue to expand, so do the challenges of congestion, pollution, and resource depletion. In response, the emergence of Smart Cities offers a beacon of hope, presenting innovative solutions that integrate technology and sustainable practices to address these urban complexities effectively.

Smart Cities represent a paradigm shift in urban development, leveraging cutting-edge technologies to optimize resource utilization, enhance efficiency, and improve the overall quality of life for residents. By embracing smart infrastructure and data-driven solutions, cities can not only mitigate the negative impacts of urbanization but also pave the way towards a more resilient, equitable, and environmentally sustainable future.

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