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Wednesday , 26 January 2022

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Role of RFID Technology in Nation Building

The global RFID market has grown from around USD 7 billion in 2012 to USD 12 billion in 2020. It is expected to grow to more than USD 16 billion by 2029. We believe that India will be a major contributor to this growth, writes Ashim A Patil, MD & CEO of i-TEK, a leading company providing RFID solutions. For ...

Committed to Innovation

According to Ajay Rao , Head – RFID, Identity Solutions and Government Vertical India & Subcontinent, Zebra Technologies India Pvt Ltd, TrafficInfraTech Expo offers the opportunity to showcase the company’s latest advancements in RFID and mobile computing technology and connect with the right solution seekers and policy makers in India. How do you plan to leverage your presence at TrafficInfraTech ...

Rooted in ‘Make In India’

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Rasmeet Kohli, Managing Director, Envoys Electronics Pvt Ltd, shares with TrafficInfraTech the challenges in providing customised project solutions and how important it is to believe in Make in India Envoys is a five-decade old company pioneering in the vast spectrum of Road Traffic management and safety solutions: Right from concept to commissioning of Traffic Signalling Systems, Variable Message Signs (VMS), ...

Vehicle telematics for Mass Transportation

The adoption of Telematics in the mass transportation sector has opened up a whole range of new possibilities for improving access to transportation-related information, enhancing the safety of transportation, and improving transportation system monitoring and management. Jeetendra Sharma, Business Head, Masstrans Technologiies Private Limited looks at the multiple solutions and systems for of transportation management. A complex transportation network deserves ...

ITS opportunities in Indian Market

The intelligent transportation system is about improving mobility, safety and revenue collection on city road network and highways with the help of information technology, computers, telecommunication and electronics (ICTE). All Smart Cities invariably use Intelligent Traffic Management Systems (ITMS) for improving mobility, enforcing traffic rules, identifying incidents, disseminating information, enhancing pedestrian safety, prioritizing emergency service vehicles at signalized intersections, better ...

Maha Metro: The Digital Twins

Since Metro project operations span for 30 to 35 years, Maha Metro has taken a proactive step well in advance during the construction stage, and defined a comprehensive solution to extend the information gathered during the construction phase A recent survey reported that infrastructure projects in India face nearly 20% cost overrun and 50-60% time overrun. Specifically, projects like Metro ...

Chennai Metro: Being Digital

With BIM-based digital platform, Chennai Metro Rail will achieve enhanced construction quality, reduction in expenditures, provide a comprehensive understanding of the project design and optimised operational efficiencies Project Management has always been a challenge in India which is evident with the visible delay in the completion of numerous mega projects. Quality and safety have also been major issues. These challenges ...

ITMS to Solve Mumbai’s Traffic Woes

The Maharashtra state cabinet recently approved Rs 891Cr to implement Intelligent Traffic Management System project to streamline vehicular movement on the metropolis’ roads. TrafficInfraTech looks at the project, its implementation and, how the system will benefit the maximum city. The Traffic Index 2018 published by Amsterdambased location technology specialist TomTom recently ranked Mumbai as the most traffic-congested city in the ...

Physical Internet

Physical Internet’ by itself is not a technology – it is an innovative concept making use of the emerging technologies like Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), Robotics, Augmented Reality (AR), Artificial intelligence, Advanced Analytics Algorithm, Big Data Analysis, etc. and, the concept of Digital Internet for moving physical objects from one place to another in a faster ...

Simplifying Transportation in India

India has a massive road network and is arguably the nation with the largest road network in the world. At 1.70 km of roads per square kilometer of land, the quantitative density of India’s road network is higher than that of Japan and the United States and far higher than that of China, Brazil or Russia. Rapid vehicular growth partnered ...