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Cleaner Air – The positive side of Coronavirus Lockdown

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Less Travel and Traffic driving lower pollution in Cities The coronavirus outbreak has put India under one of the biggest lockdown. Though, that puts the country under a big economic challenge it is the only way we can win over the virus. During lockdown there is one very positive change we have seen that is the CLEAN AIR we are breathing. With highly restricted travel within as well as across cit...

Growing Population driving more ‘People Travel’ creating challenges for Urban Mobility

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Rising population is a big challenge across the globe, as it continues to put more pressure on natural resources that we have. The global population is projected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050. India is expected to surpass China as the most populous country by 2027. This population expansion will be primarily driven by growth in the urban population. More than two-thirds of the world population is e...

IIoT for the evolution of smart factories and urban mobility platform

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AI and IoT are the bedrock for Industry 4.0. There is a rapid proliferation of digitalization – technologies to improve processes, functions, and operations in a business entity – across all industries such as agriculture, education, infrastructure, healthcare, retail, and consumer. Estimates are that by 2020 about 30 billion smart devices are going to be connected. This article touches upon the n...

Urban Mobility – The way forward

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“MAKING URBAN MOBILITY SUSTAINABLE, SEAMLESS AND SAFE” is NASSCOM’s first ever attempt to understand urban mobility challenges and trends in India, the associated problems and how technology can solve the same. The overall aim of the report is to look for ways to achieve a sustainable, seamless and safe urban mobility for the country, which will require greater collaboration between stakeholders. ...

MAKING URBAN MOBILITY SUSTAINABLE, SEAMLESS AND SAFE

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Executive Summary Growing Population and Urbanization Resulting in Sprawling Urban Cities, … India will be home to over 600 million urban dwellers by 2030, with most of the growth coming not from the core cities, but the peripheries. With growing urbanization, cities are losing green cover as they continue to expand beyond the city borders. The National Capital Region (NCR) is a clear example of t...

Mobycy – Solving the last mile connectivity

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Public transport across urban cities has seen inclusion of a variety of modes of transport over the last decade shifting from just buses and autos, to metros and cabs. Of all these metro is the most green and congestion free mode of public transport. Last Mile Connectivity – A key deterrent for growth of metro ridership However, despite it being the most comfortable and cost effective mode of publ...