- Analytics & Modeling - Real Time Analytics
- Cities & Municipalities
- Quality Assurance
- Inventory Management
- Smart City Operations
- Testing & Certification
To deliver the first environmentally sustainable smart city as the new capital of Chhattisgarh state. To use optimized solutions to meet the needs of citizens and businesses. To enhance quality of life through safe, efficient, sustainable civic amenities and planning systems.
About The Customer
Nava Raipur Smart City is a greenfield smart city project located in Chhattisgarh state, India. It aims to create a world-class smart city with a focus on sustainability, livability, and efficient city management.
Real-time insight and management of critical infrastructure systems across the city. Better management of supply and demand for crucial civic services including water, street-lighting, electrical and sewerage services, in real time.
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