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Approaching Infrastructure For Planning Of Cities Digitalization - SMART CITIES

Volume 1 - Issue 2, August 2017 Edition
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Author(s)
Ar. Jyothi Gupta, Dr Rama Subramanium
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Abstract
This study aimed on upcoming infrastructure which are planning for development of cities towards their digitalization. The smart city concept holds an array of opportunities for future of cities and city-making in India. Today more than ever, cities require strategic planning. Only then can they consider pathways to innovation and prioritize what is most important for their future. However, It is critical that urban planners in India acknowledge technology as merely a tool and engage with it in a way that affirms values and addresses the most pressing goals. The increasing economic strength of Asia and growing integration of the global economy present great opportunities for India - Karnataka. Even though digitization and online resources are absolutely commonplace in our daily lives, this is a new world in the industrial space and we are just getting started
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