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Smart Cities of India


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In this presentation, we will look at the roadmap for Indian smart cities, along with the anticipated challenge of meeting capex requirements and the dire need for devising innovative business models to make “Smart Cities in India” a success story.
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Smart Cities of India

  1. 1. 2 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” Smart Cities of India Strategic Analysis of Smart City Market Opportunity in India January 2016
  2. 2. 3 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” Now Available On Demand 3 Listen On Demand Or
  3. 3. 4 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” Smart Technology Smart BuildingsSmart MobilitySmart WindowsSmart CloudsLEVEL 3 Sensing Mechanism + Two-way Flow of Data Communication Smart Chip Smart LightingLEVEL 2 Basic Sensing Mechanism + One-way Data Communication Smart Bandages LEVEL 1 Basic Sensing Mechanism Image Source: Dreamstime and Connected Digital World A smart product is characterized by an intelligent sensing technology that is being increasingly integrated with Internet technologies, thereby allowing the product to react to and communicate with the changing environment around it. This leads to optimal operations and improvements in efficiency. What is Smart? Smart is the new green; smart products and technologies can be segmented into 3 levels Source: Frost & Sullivan
  4. 4. 5 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” Instrumented Brick & Steel Infrastructure City-wide Integrated Infrastructure Intelligent Infrastructure Systems Semi- automated Infrastructure Integrated City Smart City • India is in the nascent stage of building basic brick and steel infrastructure, with major gaps in urban interlinkages. • This decade, the country’s focus will be on building well- instrumented brick and steel infrastructure that will be conducive for future retrofitting, integration, and data analytics capabilities. Fitted with sensors, modules, and transponders to gather data about infrastructure quality and operation Interconnects different infrastructure modes and stakeholders across city systems Optimizes the use of the interconnected system by offering more proactive real-time intelligent city services Levels of Smart Infrastructure India’s Road to Smart Cities India will use technology to leapfrog over the western models of building basic brick and steel and push straight to creating automated brick and steel, setting the precedent for future smart cities Source: Siemens, IBM, Frost & Sullivan
  5. 5. 6 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” New Smart Solution Re-development New Infrastructure Retrofits Greenfield Brownfield Smart Hubs Large city-wide systems for single function and service; for example, intelligent transport solutions Reconstruction of already built-up area that is not amenable for smart retrofits Gaps in existing infrastructure will be addressed through smart solutions New gated communities with a wide range of smart living concepts Smart hubs are theme-based projects, such as electronic cities and heritage cities, which will have smart elements to them. These are existing cities that are made “smart” by technological interventions. These are new large cities that are built from scratch; for example, Palava smart city and Wave smart city. Some re- development activities can be regarded as greenfield. Types of Smart Intervention Types of Cities 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Types of Smart City Projects in India India avoids a blanket approach and follows the more appropriate area-based approach wherein special emphasis is placed on the type of area that needs work to minimize disruption from interventions Source: Frost & Sullivan
  6. 6. 7 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” Water Management Urban Mobility Waste Management Social Smart Infrastructure Others Energy Management E-Governance • Electronic service delivery • Video crime monitoring • Citizen engagement • Waste to energy • Waste to compost • Waste water treatment • Smart water meters • Leakage identification • Water quality monitoring • Trade facilitation centres • Business Incubation centers • Smart meters • Renewable sources of energy • Smart buildings • Smart parking • Intelligent traffic management • Integrated multi- modal transport • Tele-medicine • Tele-education • Skill development centers 1 2 3 4 5 67 1 2 3 4 6 7 5 Features Features of an Indian Smart City
  7. 7. 8 XXXX-XX “We Accelerate Growth” Andhra Pradesh Kakinada Tirupati Vizag Bihar Bihar Sharif Muzaffarpur Bhagalpur Maharashtra Mumbai Navi Mumbai Pimpri Chinchwad Nashik Thane Mumbai Amravati Solapur Nagpur Kalyan - Dombivili Aurangabad Madhya Pradesh Bhopal Indore Jabalpur Gwalior Sagar Satna Burhanpur Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Rae Bareilly Agra Ghaziabad Aligarh Saharanpur Moradabad Rampur Varanasi Jhansi Kanpur Allahabad West Bengal New Town Kolkata Bidhan Nagar Durgapur Haldea Rajasthan Jaipur Udaipur Ajmer Kota Punjab Amritsar Ludhiana Jalandhar Odisha Bhubaneshwar Rourkela Chattisgarh Raipur Bilaspur Haryana Faridabad Karnal1 2 1 Delhi – NDMC Area 2 Kerala – Kochi 3 3 Himachal Pradesh – Dharamshala 4 4 Puduchery Telangana Hyderabad Warangal Tamil Nadu Thanjavur Chennai Vellore Dindigul Madurai Coimbatore Tiruchirapalli Salem Tirunelvali Tirupur Erode 5 5 Assam – Guwahati 6 6 Jharkhand – Ranchi Gujrat Bhavnagar Ahmedabad Junagadh Surat Vadodara Rajkot 7 7 Chandigarh Karnataka Hubbali-Dharwad Belagavi Shimoga Tumakuru Davanagere Mangaluru 8 8 Uttaranchal – Dehradun Note: One city from each north-east state will be announced as a smart city NDMC stands for New Delhi Municipal Council Smart Cities Nominated in India Small developing towns account for most of the nominations received by the government, with existing metropolitan areas dominating the numbers Source: Frost & Sullivan
  8. 8. 9NF24-MT The city planner allows any qualified company or business organization to build city infrastructure and provide city services. However, the city planner will impose some regulatory obligations. The smart city planner appoints a trusted partner to develop the city infrastructure and services. The partner operates and manages the smart city services. The city planner plays no further role. Most PPPs are built on this model. The smart city planner appoints a trusted partner to build the city infrastructure and provide smart city services for a particular area within a time period. After completion, the operation is handed over to the smart city planner. The smart city planner independently builds the city infrastructure and delivers smart city services. The operation and the maintenance of the services are fully under the planner’s control. (BOO)(BOO)(BOO)(BOO) BusinessBusinessBusinessBusiness OwnOwnOwnOwn OperateOperateOperateOperate (BOO)(BOO)(BOO)(BOO) BusinessBusinessBusinessBusinessBusinessBusinessBusinessBusiness OperateOperateOperateOperate ManagedManagedManagedManaged (BOM)(BOM)(BOM)(BOM) 1 2 34 Note: City Planner—Governing authorities involved with urban planning and land use planning that design plans for the development and the management of urban and suburban areas based on land use compatibility, economic trends, environmental implications, and social needs. Partner—Private or public stakeholders collaborating with city authorities over urban planning and smart city initiatives. Build Own Operate (BOO) Build Operate Transfer (BOT) Open Business Model (OBM) Build Operate Manage (BOM) Smart City Market: Business Model, India, 2015–2025 Types of Smart City Operating Models Source: Frost & Sullivan
  9. 9. 10NF24-MT For Additional Information Jaylon Brinkley Corporate Communication Director Richard Sear VP, Business Development