Saturday , 16 February 2019

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Delta’s video walls at Lucknow MRTS

Delta, a leading provider of video wall solutions, has provided its brightest Laser Video wall solution to the Operations Control Centre of Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation. Lucknow Metro is the fastest built high speed rapid transit system project in India. The MRTS is constructed to provide the city of Lucknow, with an environment-friendly atmosphere, having two routes, from North to ...

Multilevel car parking plan for Chennai airport

Airports Authority of India (AAI) is planning to develop a multilevel car parking facility at Chennai airport on design, build, operate and manage basis. Currently, the airport handles 40,000 to 50,000 domestic and international passengers daily. A 4.32-acre plot near the Chennai Metro station in front of the airport will accommodate nearly 2,000 cars. The car park will also have commercial establishments. ...

Bengal Police to prevent accidents

The West Bengal state government has rolled out an intensive campaign to prevent road accidents that includes offering tea, water to drivers at night. Recently, drivers on highways passing through Bengal are having a pleasant experience at night. Bengal police have started stopping vehicles on highways and offer drivers water to splash on their face and hot tea to sip ...

NHAI creates NHIPC

The National Highways Authority of India has created a National Highways Investment Promotion Cell for attracting domestic and foreign investment for highways projects. The cell will focus on engaging with global institution investors, construction companies, developers and fund managers for building investor participation in road infrastructure projects. The government has set an ambitious target of construction of 35,000 km of ...

MMRDA signs agreement with contractors for MTHL Packages 1 & 3

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has signed agreement with contractors for Packages 1 and 3 for the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) project.  The Package-1 – from Sewri up to 10.38-km (10.38km) of the MTHL will be constructed by the consortium of M/s L&T and IHI, Japan (M/s IHI Infrastructure Systems Co Ltd. for an accepted contract cost of ...

Railway stations to be re-developed with airport-like amenities by 2020

The government has set a 2020 deadline to redevelop 10 railway stations into world class smart facilities with airport-like amenities at a cost of Rs 5,000Cr. The redevelopment of stations will be carried out under a self-financing model through land monetisation by state-run NBCC. A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Rail Land Development Authority and NBCC for ...

Power Electronics bag orders for AVLS for Nagpur Smart City

Power Electronics, pioneers in introducing LED Destination Display signs in India with over 18000 buses on their list (incorporating ITS and AVLS), have bagged the contract for supply of Automatic Vehicle Location Solution (AVLS) to L&T. After supplying their first order in July, they are all geared up for the supply of their second order. Power Electronics, well known for ...

Pelican Crossing System at Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited has installed the first pelican crossing system in front of the Rama Devi Women’s University. Pelican is an automatic system, which allows pedestrians to have control over the zebra crossing. While crossing the road, they can turn the signal red by pressing a button. After their exit, the lights will be changed in the usual way. ...

Saint-Gobain’s Glass for the Glass-roofed Vistadome coach on Mumbai-Goa route

One can now enjoy the picturesque landscape of Western Ghats with the glass roofed Vistadome air-conditioned coach on the Jan Shatabdi Express running between Dadar and Madgaon on the Mumbai- Goa route. Saint-Gobain specifically designed and supplied electrically operable and thermal insulation glass panels for the roof that comprises of two different kinds of glass variants. The rooftop panel is ...

ABB India to provide solar inverters to 750 railway stations

ABB India will provide solar inverters to 750 railway stations in North India in a bid to reduce dependence on traditional sources of energy. ABB had recently reached a milestone of installing 5 GW of solar inverters, supplying about 40 percent of India’s solar power at approximately 13 GW. The inverters will be part of the solar installations being set ...

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