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Market study on upcoming smart cities in India, 2015 (CD)

Publisher: . New Age Tech Sci Research Pvt. Ltd 2015Subject(s): Smart cities | Green house emission | Waste water managementDDC classification: D002344 Summary: 1. Report Methodology 2. Analyst Briefing 3. India Smart City Outlook 3.1. Smart City Definition 3.2. Institutional Framework 3.3. City Categorization 3.4. Funding Smart Cities 4. Benchmarking for Smart Cities 5. Identifying Smart Cities 6. Smart Energy 6.1. Introduction 6.2. Smart Grid 6.3. Energy Storage 6.4. Smart Metering 6.5. Benefits of Smart Energy 7. Smart Environment 7.1. Introduction 7.2. Green House Emission 7.3. Water & Waste Water Management 7.4. Renewable Technologies & Energy Saving 7.5. Benefits of Smart Environment 8. Smart Transportation 8.1. Introduction 8.2. Smart Parking 8.3. Advance Safety & Driver Assistance 8.4. Metro & Urban Transportation System 8.5. Transportation System in Smart Cities 8.6. Electric/ Hybrid Vehicles 8.7. Benefits of Smart Transportation 9. Smart IT & Communication 9.1. Introduction 9.2. India IT Spending 9.3. Cloud Computing 9.4. Cyber Security 9.5. ICT Technologies in Smart Cities 9.6. Smart Devices & Biometric Devices 9.7. Benefits of Smart IT & Communication 10. Smart Health 10.1. Introduction 10.2. Hospital Infrastructure & Education 10.3. Telemedicine 10.4. Medical Devices 10.5. Medical Tourism 10.6. Usage of Technologies in Healthcare 10.7. Government Initiatives 10.8. Benefits of Smart Health 11. Smart Education 11.1. Introduction 11.2. Innovation in Education 11.3. Smart Classes 11.4. Government Initiatives 11.5. Benefits of Smart Education 12. Smart Building 12.1. Introduction 12.2. Smart Building System 12.3. Intelligence Building Management System 12.4. Water Harvesting Solution 12.5. Government Initiatives 12.6. Benefits of Smart Building 13. Smart Governance 13.1. Introduction 13.2. ICT & Smart Governance 13.3. Foreign Direct Investment 13.4. Benefits of Smart Governance 14. Smart Cities In India 14.1. 100 Smart Cities in India Overview 14.2. Initiatives in Active Projects 14.3. Initiatives in Pending Projects 14.4. Other Private Pilot Projects 14.5. 100 Smart City Proposed - State Wise 15. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Development Corporation Limited and Smart City 15.1. DMIDC & Smart City 15.2. DMIDC Phase I & Smart City 15.3. DMIC Smart City Infrastructure Project 16. City Profiling 16.1. Dholera Smart City 16.1.1. Introduction 16.1.2. Major Milestone completed and Planned 16.1.3. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern 16.1.4. ICT in Dholera 16.2. Manesar-Bawal 16.2.1. Introduction 16.2.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern 16.3. Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana 16.3.1. Introduction 16.3.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure 16.4. Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow 16.4.1. Introduction 16.4.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure 16.5. Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad 16.5.1. Introduction 16.5.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern 16.6. Dighi Port 16.6.1. Introduction 16.6.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern 16.7. Nashik-Sinnar-Igatpuri 16.7.1. Introduction 16.7.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure 16.8. Kochi Smart City 16.9. Cisco Smart City 17. Market Dynamics 17.1. Drivers 17.2. Challenges 18. SWOT Analysis
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A smart city employs high-end technology infrastructure that includes comprehensive IT infrastructure, a network of sensors, cameras, wireless devices and data centers for efficient and effective delivery of essential services such as electricity, water supply, sanitation, recycling, managing traffic, transportation systems, etc. Broader elements to be incorporated into a smart city include Smart Energy, Smart Environment, Smart Transportation, Smart IT & Communications, Smart Health, Smart Education, Smart Building and Smart Governance. In the Union Budget 2014, Government of India announced to set up 100 smart cities in the country. The main focus of government behind the development of smart cities is to transform India into a digitally empowered economy.

According to “Market Study on Upcoming Smart Cities in India, 2015”, the smart cities project in India would involve overall investments in tune of USD2 trillion for development of trunk and internal infrastructure in 100 cities planned under the project. Budget allocation towards the smart cities program stood at around USD1.2 billion for 2014-15. Gujarat, Rajasthan, Karnataka and Kerala are few of the states where maximum number of smart cities would be developed in coming years. Moreover, a number of smart cities are expected to be developed with foreign assistance on Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. Few of the major companies such as Cisco, IBM, 3M, EMC, GE, Honeywell, Otis, Timten, Louis Berger etc., have already announced intentions to invest in smart cities in the country. “Market Study on Upcoming Smart Cities in India, 2015” discusses the following aspects of smart cities project in India:

• Identified smart cities in each state of India
• Segmental & Regional Analysis
• Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities
• Infrastructure costing of various upcoming smart cities

Why You Should Buy This Report?

• To gain an in-depth understanding of smart cities project in India
• To identify the on-going trends and developments
• To obtain research based business decisions and add weight to presentations and marketing material
• To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer’s specific needs

Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with companies associated with smart cities project development in India. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications of government reports, state and central government investment framework, department of industrial policy and promotions (DIPP) reports, news articles, etc.

1. Report Methodology
2. Analyst Briefing
3. India Smart City Outlook
3.1. Smart City Definition
3.2. Institutional Framework
3.3. City Categorization
3.4. Funding Smart Cities
4. Benchmarking for Smart Cities
5. Identifying Smart Cities
6. Smart Energy
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Smart Grid
6.3. Energy Storage
6.4. Smart Metering
6.5. Benefits of Smart Energy
7. Smart Environment
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Green House Emission
7.3. Water & Waste Water Management
7.4. Renewable Technologies & Energy Saving
7.5. Benefits of Smart Environment
8. Smart Transportation
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Smart Parking
8.3. Advance Safety & Driver Assistance
8.4. Metro & Urban Transportation System
8.5. Transportation System in Smart Cities
8.6. Electric/ Hybrid Vehicles
8.7. Benefits of Smart Transportation
9. Smart IT & Communication
9.1. Introduction
9.2. India IT Spending
9.3. Cloud Computing
9.4. Cyber Security
9.5. ICT Technologies in Smart Cities
9.6. Smart Devices & Biometric Devices
9.7. Benefits of Smart IT & Communication
10. Smart Health
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Hospital Infrastructure & Education
10.3. Telemedicine
10.4. Medical Devices
10.5. Medical Tourism
10.6. Usage of Technologies in Healthcare
10.7. Government Initiatives
10.8. Benefits of Smart Health
11. Smart Education
11.1. Introduction
11.2. Innovation in Education
11.3. Smart Classes
11.4. Government Initiatives
11.5. Benefits of Smart Education
12. Smart Building
12.1. Introduction
12.2. Smart Building System
12.3. Intelligence Building Management System
12.4. Water Harvesting Solution
12.5. Government Initiatives
12.6. Benefits of Smart Building
13. Smart Governance
13.1. Introduction
13.2. ICT & Smart Governance
13.3. Foreign Direct Investment
13.4. Benefits of Smart Governance
14. Smart Cities In India
14.1. 100 Smart Cities in India Overview
14.2. Initiatives in Active Projects
14.3. Initiatives in Pending Projects
14.4. Other Private Pilot Projects
14.5. 100 Smart City Proposed - State Wise
15. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Development Corporation Limited and Smart City
15.1. DMIDC & Smart City
15.2. DMIDC Phase I & Smart City
15.3. DMIC Smart City Infrastructure Project
16. City Profiling
16.1. Dholera Smart City
16.1.1. Introduction
16.1.2. Major Milestone completed and Planned
16.1.3. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern
16.1.4. ICT in Dholera
16.2. Manesar-Bawal
16.2.1. Introduction
16.2.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern
16.3. Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana
16.3.1. Introduction
16.3.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure
16.4. Pithampur-Dhar-Mhow
16.4.1. Introduction
16.4.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure
16.5. Dadri-Noida-Ghaziabad
16.5.1. Introduction
16.5.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern
16.6. Dighi Port
16.6.1. Introduction
16.6.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure & Land Use Pattern
16.7. Nashik-Sinnar-Igatpuri
16.7.1. Introduction
16.7.2. Cost in Building Infrastructure
16.8. Kochi Smart City
16.9. Cisco Smart City
17. Market Dynamics
17.1. Drivers
17.2. Challenges
18. SWOT Analysis

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