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People counting for increased retail success

Counting people who enter malls or stores can help you improve customer experiences and boost your revenues Counting people who enter your mall or store throughout the day can help you to improve your operations in a number of ways. It becomes possible, for example, to precisely increase the number of staff during busy times to improve service on the ...

PTV Integrating Traffic Management System

Taichung City in Taiwan optimises road network with PTV’s real-time traffic management software With currently around 2.8 million in habitants , Taichung City’s main transport corridors are suffering from heavy congestion. Especially during peak hours and also on holidays, the intersections in the suburban area of the Daya Region, close to the ramps of Freeway 1 and Expressway 74, are ...

EV Battery Sales upheld by rapid adoption of EVs

According to a study, global sales of electric vehicle batteries surpassed a valuation of US$ 90,700 million in 2018 and are anticipated to register a Y-o-Y growth of approximately 14% in 2019. Growing popularity and demand for electric vehicles (EVs), owing to increasing efforts to reduce emissions and ease pollution, continue to impact the sales of electric vehicle batteries. The ...

Hubballi-Dharwad Understanding the BRT standard

Though Indian BRT networks have not fared as well as their international counterparts, the system has a chance at redemption with the Hubballi-Dharwad BRT. Still on a trial run, HDBRTS has been working its way across the twin cities and through people’s travel needs in a phased manner. When the Hubballi-Dharwad bus-rapid transit system (HDBRTS) began its trial run in ...

MG Group Future of Mobility

Cars are turning out to be the biggest gadgets in the world. What are the big changes that are happening in the way we look at cars? Cars were largely considered a functional solution to the problem of getting from point A to point B earlier. The addition of the internet and the integration of cutting-edge technologies such as IoT, ...

Connected Vehicles The Next Big Thing for Digital India…

The automobile industry is on the brink of a crucial transformation that is all set to disrupt the traditional cars. Internet and modern technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are going to makeover the cars. With consumers being able to visualise this next change, they are already impatiently waiting for cars that they always dreamt of. The Indian car ...

Thiruvananthapuram Outer Area Growth Corridor An Infrastructure backbone for Vizhinjam Harbour

The Government of Kerala in 2002- 03 approved a set of projects under Capital Region Development Project (CRDP) for the planned development of the Capital City. These projects are under various stages of implementation. Of this, Thiruvananthapuram City Road Improvement Project, (TCRIP) comprising development, operation and maintenance of approx 42km of important city roads has achieved completion. The Government of ...

Nagpur Smart City Improving the quality of life

You had recently stated that you want Nagpur to be mapped as an eco-friendly and all-inclusive smart city. What are the plans leading to this vision? The Smart City proposal sought to develop Nagpur a truly inclusive city by removing the dichotomous growth and enhance the city’s profile by improving the quality of life in vulnerable areas to bring them ...

IRSDC enters into Tripartite Agreement with France

In a recent development, the Indian Railway Station Development Corporation (IRSDC) has entered into a tripartite agreement with French National Railways SNCF and French Development Agency AFD. As per the agreement, the Corporation will receive funds up to 7 lakh euros to pump the capacity building for the government’s railway station development program. The agreement was signed in the presence ...

Centre plans Metrolite in Tier-II, Tier-III cities

The government is set to bring in a new mass transport system — LRT-Metrolite for Tier-II and Tier-III cities. Metrolite will be dedicated rail corridors in cities and towns with tracks on surface (like railways) instead of elevated or underground stretches as is the case with Metro rail corridors across the country. The urban affairs ministry has prepared the plan ...

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