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What really are Smart Cities

We were having a discussion about what really are smart cities. Popular understanding was that smart cities are all about sprinkling a lot of sensors across the city to collect a lot of information about various activities that are going on in the City like cars travelling on the roads and people using mobile phones to interact with each other using the telecommunication networks. 695 more words


2016 International Conference on Smart Cities

The International Conference on Smart Cities saw talks / presentations from over 30 experts across 9 countries globally. This was a joint academic effort of Swansea University, Waterford Institute of Technology and IIT Delhi. 559 more words


What are Smart Cities - A Scientific Perspective through Infographics

Smart city innovations are new approaches to holistic management of cities’ physical, socio-economic, environmental, transportation and political assets across all urban domains, typically supported by ICT and open data. 90 more words


5 Technologies to Pay Heed to in 2016

It was in the month of July and Mark Zuckerberg mentioned that in the coming days it could be possible that we humans would be able to talk to with their minds and accessing the internet via orbital lasers beaming power towards planet earth. 634 more words

Tech Trends

Big cities need to be smarter.

The cities we live in are about to be transformed. More than half of us live in urban areas. By 2050, the population of the world’s cities will increase by roughly seven billion – the size of today’s global population. 380 more words

How to make a Smart Campus - Smart Campus Programme in IIT Delhi

Abstract: This is a technical report on how a plan can be made for developing a smart campus by taking inputs from multiple stake-holders, and then prioritizing the suggestions. 104 more words

Web Technology

The Internet of Things and its Future Potential

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the system of physical articles or “things” installed with hardware, programming, sensors, and system availability, which empowers these items to gather and trade information. 1,300 more words