Thursday , 14 November 2019

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Schneider Electric India and IL&FS for Naya Raipur

Naya Raipur Development Authority has given a contract to Schneider Electric India and IL&FS to develop Naya Raipur’s first greenfield integrated smart city. The project in Chhattisgarh’s capital will be run for five years after being developed by the two companies. Setting up hardware for sensors for data collection, enterprise control for the development authority to monitor and control the ...

Telengana national highways to turn into green corridors

Telengana government will be executing its flagship programme of Haritha Haram to turn national highways into green corridors. The event is set for the first week of July. Forest officials are planning to organize a mega event which will be joined by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao in Karimanagar district. Haritha Haram is a flagship programme to increase the 24 ...

Infrastructure development in Aurangabad

L&T Construction has bagged orders worth Rs 2,552 crore across business segments. The transportation infrastructure and water effluent treatment businesses have jointly bagged an EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) order worth Rs 1,223 crore from Aurangabad Industrial Township Ltd (AITL), Maharashtra. The scope of work includes construction of roads, drains, bridges, potable water network, sewage and common effluent treatment plants, among ...

Access-Control System by Came

Came India Automation Solutions Pvt Ltd, one of the exhibitors of Smart Mobility 2017 -TrafficInfraTech Expo and Parking InfraTech Expo- recently debuted at the international furniture trade show, the Salone del Mobile, in Milan, for controlling the flow of visitors at the Rho-Pero site. The 65 XVia turnstiles is access-control system designed by the group from Treviso, leader in providing ...

MMRDA establishes 24 x 7 Control Room for Monsoon

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has set up a Control Room for monsoon which will take round-the-clock follow up actions on complaints, interact with various Disaster Control Agencies such as State Government, MCGM, Police, etc. and exchange the information and data. The Control Room will be operational up to October 15, 2017. The MMRDA Control Room has been set up ...

On-street and off-street parking solutions in BMW vehicle

Parkmobile announced the availability of its full platform capabilities as an integrated OEM offering in all new BMW vehicles. It currently enables user to find, reserve, and pay for parking through a single app in over 2,000 locations and 250 cities across the US and Canada. In addition to reserving parking directly through the car navigation system or companion ParkNow ...

218 CCTV cameras in SCR

In a bid to provide enhanced safety and security for the rail passengers, a high-level committee of South-Central Railway (SCR) decided to install as many as 218 CCTV cameras in the three main railway stations in Telangana. The committee held its meeting under the chairmanship of Additional Director General of Police (Railways and Road Safety), T Krishna Prasad at Rail Nilayam in ...

ACME launches electric vehicle charging station

Solar power developer ACME Group launched India’s first battery swapping and charging station for electric vehicles. The company said it has provided battery swapping and charging stations ‘EcoCharge’ to taxi aggregator Ola for their pilot project at Nagpur in which 200 vehicles including bus, auto and car— all running on electricity was launched in the first stage on May 26, ...

MoRTH invites bids again for electric cars for its officers

The Ministry for Road Transport and Highways has invited online bids again for hiring electric cars for its officers. As against its tender last year which asked for electric cars that could run at least 150km at a stretch, the latest tender asks for those that can run for 100km at a stretch. If the Ministry decides to give an ...

Safe Mobility by Vodafone India and SaveLIFE Foundation

A report on study on ‘Safety in Mobility’ was recently released in Delhi by SaveLife Foundation and Vodafone India Ltd. The report titled ‘Distracted Driving in India: A Study on Mobile Phone Usage, Pattern and Behavior’, gives some shocking facts. The first-of-its-kind survey shows that though 94% people acknowledge that they use mobile phones while driving is dangerous, 47% admit ...

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